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- Motormouth (Harley Davis)
- Motormouth and Killpower
- Uncanny X-Men #347-349
- Grovel and Spat
- A horse guy who is actually a cat-frog-lizard guy
- An extraordinarily half-assed action figure
- Load-bearing backstory
- The other Nanny
- Elegant foreshadowing
- Beast’s appearance as a mutant power
- Gambit’s chest hair
- The end of playtime
- CCA-compliant foliage
- Deathbird and Bishop
- A vanity plate
- Eany and Meany
- One-off psychometry
- Psylocke vs. Maggott
- Havok’s enduring lack of a Ph.D.
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In which Nicole Miller is fashion designer to Earth-1218 and Earth-616, Jay rejects the word “bestest”, we kind of want to just read every word of X-Men #30 aloud, One is a perfect wedding song for Scott and Jean, and you save the last dance for who brought you.
- The perils of animated weddings
- X-Men: The Wedding Album
- Nonstandard trim sizes
- Misattributed Oscar Wilde quotes
- Shatterstar’s favorite Olympic event
- Jean Grey’s short-lived modeling career
- Computo, Commander of the Robot Hive
- A most excellent wedding dress
- Cursive fonts in comics
- Jean Grey and Jubilation Lee, ambiguously excellent chosen family
- X-Men #30
- An event decades in the making
- Wolverine, Master of Penmanship
- Charles Xavier, reader stand-in
- The largely forgotten Madelyne Pryor
- The understandably tentative Rachel Summers
- The bow-tie scene
- A phenomenal two-page spread
- A set of perfect vows
- A bittersweet song for a bittersweet couple
- Victor Creed, vengeful kitty-cat
- Rogue and Gambit, best worst wedding guests
- Video albums vs. Instagram
- Beast and Banshee, jazz combo
- Scott and Jean as a couple vs. individuals
- The necessity of Scott and Jean’s relationship context
NEXT EPISODE: Goodbye, Phoenix. Hello, Britanic.
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