It finally comes time to fight the dragon, (hopefully) survive the return journey home, and have the showdown with Pelias. This is a big episode. If you've made it this far in the series, though, it probably doesn't matter what I write here, because you are either into the Argonaut story or not. Really, though, it is a cool episode and there are about three twist murders, a wedding, and a king with a great name.
The creature is the sea-trow, shockingly dumb and frightfully ugly, you might be offended by his pranks...if they made any sense...
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-Stabbing, throat cutting, and dismemberment. In that order. Nothing is particularly graphic, though the dismemberment is described in necessary detail, in order to get the point across.
-Some talk of sex, though it's in moderately-veiled terms (e.g. "consummation" and "virginity" instead of other ways). I don't even know if this point is necessary, but I'd rather be more detailed than less.