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In which the rest of the X-Men return from space; Maggott is the new cool; Gambit’s past catches up with him; Chris Bachalo takes over as regular artist on Uncanny X-Men; Deathbird flirts singularly aggressively; Eany and Meany eat a truck; dating a telepathic ninja is going to take some getting used to; and Havok predictably remains ABD.
- 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.
NEXT EPISODE: X-Force hits the road!
NOTE: In this episode, Miles theorized Grovel’s voice as sounding halfway between Cable and Kermit the Frog without realizing that he was in fact just describing Sweetums. -Jay
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