In which Alan Davis’s Excalibur is a spiritual sibling to The Muppet Show; Captain Britain gets a Captain Britain lesson; Opal Luna Saturnyne has no time for your nonsense; Meggan and Rachel take a brief detour into a Hammer film; Earth-148 is extra heroic; no member of Excalibur will ever use a bathroom in peace; Cerise joins the team; Technet embraces the future; and the end of the world is nigh.
- Pixie’s powers and parentage
- Several eccentricities of Jay’s apartment
- Excalibur #45-47
- Earth-148 (Ee’rath)
- Comics pacing vs. podcast pacing
- Technet (more) (again)
- Amelia Witherspoon and several references related thereto
- The N-Men
- How to Captain Britain
- The multiversal significance of the lighthouse
- A portentous chess game
- A particularly aggressive retcon
- The return of the Neuri
- The real Meggan
- A heroic death
- The true curse of Excalibur
- Some very specific citations
- A reunion
- Kylun (Colin McKay)
- A blessed event
- Whether Rogue can control Cyclops’s powers
- Laura Kinney’s upcoming reversion to X-23
NEXT EPISODE: Bishop joins the X-Men!
ENTIRELY IRRELEVANT UPDATE: The wall on which Jay was attempting to mount a desk turned out to be plaster over sheetrock. Office plans are being revised accordingly.
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