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Icarus (Character)
from "Hercules" (1998)

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"Hercules: Hercules and the Prom (#1.40)" (1998)
Orpheus: Who are you?
Icarus: No, the question is, who are you! Huh? Who are you? This young man came to you for a simple wish, and do you listen to him? No! You just grunt and play your stupid glockenspiel!
Hercules: Uh, Icarus, that's a lyre.
Icarus: No sir! That's a liar! A big, fat, forget-the-fans-who-made-him kind of liar! You claim to speak for the youth of today, but what do you really know about them? Don't answer that, because we all know it's bupkus! We're glad you're not playing our prom, and do you know why? Because you are not worhy of it! Good day, sir! I said good day!
Hercules: Icarus, what was that?
Icarus: Reverse psychology.
Orpheus: Wait.
Icarus: See?

Icarus: Thank you, you've been a wonderful audience. And now I will play something from my unplugged set. Could someone unplug me?

Cassandra: The day Orpheus plays our prom is the day I dance with Ignatz over here.
Icarus: Yes! She said yes!
Cassandra: No, I didn't!

Hercules: We have to do something.
Icarus: Easy for you to say. You only have to risk your life and rescue Orpheus from the Underworld. I have to stall the crowd 'till you get back!

"The Storyteller: Greek Myths: Daedalus & Icarus (#1.4)" (1991)
Icarus: [Daedelus is hugging his son] You're squeezing me. We're not saying goodbye, are we?
The Storyteller: Daedelus clung to his son on the hill. Then he kissed Icarus and it seemed as if some great bird was feeding it's chick mouth to mouth, as birds do. Or that if Daedelus was willing his knowledge into his clumsy son.

"Adventures from the Book of Virtues: Responsibility (#1.3)" (1996)
Icarus: Look! King Minos has discovered his caged birds have flown!