Percy Jackson and the Olympians has truly been the gift that keeps on giving. With a much-more accurate portrayal of the books and Rick Riordan's stamp of approval, this has been the long-awaited adaptation that fans have been waiting for. But that doesn't mean that there isn't any space for some additional fun, including moments that came as a surprise. And just like many things in the Disney universe (looking at you, Marvel) you may not want to stop watching right as the credits start, if you know what we mean. So what exactly happened?
Here’s everything you need to know about the end-credit scenes in Percy Jackson and the Olympians season one finale.
Are there any post-credit scenes in Percy Jackson and the Olympians season 1 finale?
While there weren't any throughout the season, the gods have given us an extra special gift with the season finale thanks to an end-credits scene that you definitely don't want to miss. It takes place right after the main end-credits and right before the traditional black and white credits.
What happened in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians season one finale post-credit scene?
There was one moment that fans were hoping to see in the new series and that was Gabe's surprise ending. It's also seen in the movie adaptation where Gabe gets tricked into seeing Medusa's face while opening the fridge door. In the books, it's all implied what happens. Meanwhile, in the TV series version, we see it all play out.
Gabe, who is walking back into the apartment, is yelling at his divorce lawyer complaining about what is going on between him and Sally Jackson. He attempts to get into the apartment, but he realises that she had changed the locks.
Since he's clueless about everything that went down on Olympus, he thinks that the package that Percy received "from the Gods" is sort of a joke and proceeds to open it. One little peek in and all of a sudden he's turned to stone!
And there you have it! You now officially know everything that went down in Percy Jackson and the Olympians season one. Hopefully there are more surprises in store soon, but for now, we'll take this pretty happy ending.
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