Xena: Warrior Princess Easter Egg - No Animals Hurt, But...

Most shows and movies that feature animals have a disclaimer at the end stating that no animals were hurt during the filming...
I don't know if this is at the end of every episode, but I happened to catch this one as I was flipping channels.
At the end of the episode, after almost all of the credits have rolled by, you see the following:
"Xena and Gabrielle were killed in the filming of this program".

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Contributed By: Mike on 04-26-2000
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Ashantai writes:
Goto www.whoosh.org and into the episode guide- when you click on the name of the episode you can see read the humorous disclaimer. Almost all Xena episodes have them, except some very early ones.
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Dylan Rush writes:
Once Xena and Gabrielle were tossing round a baby in the air during a battle for some reason, and it said 'No children were harmed'
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Dave_R writes:
You will find that the 'no xxx harmed' comment appears in the ending credits of virtually all episodes of Xena. The fun is that the statement varies depending on the episode.... e.g. no centaurs were hurt..... etc. There is an entry on a Xena web site (sorry I can't remember where) which lists out most of them. Part of the viewing fun of Xena is to look in the credits to see what was or wasn't hurt during the episode.
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Greg writes:
There is a humourous disclaimer at the end of every episode. The first one I saw was after the wooden horse episode (Trojan!) and stated "No wooden horses were injured in the filming of this motion picture."
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BDPerky writes:
Yes these endings have been seen at the end of several episodes of Xena, As well as on Hercules the legendary Journeys. I saw one that said,"No monsters were harmed...."
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Skeeve writes:
Even better, during the same episode, the credits also feature the standard disclaimer 'all people in this show are ficticious; any resemblance to anyone living or dead is purely coincidental'. The climax to the episode was a recreation of Julius Caesar's assassination by the senate.
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pez writes:
If you're a fan the first of the two parts they were killed. Brought back to life in the second part. They each died several times until the last show where Xena really did die and was not brought back to life.
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