Episode 101, “Twas The Night Before Christmas…”

X-Men #119, March 1979
“Twas The Night Before Christmas…”
Written by Chris Claremont, Pencils by John Byrne, Inks by Terry Austin, Lettered by Costanza, Edited by Roger Stern, Editor-In-Chief Jim Shooter

Hatfield and McCoys Got Nothing On Us!

In Which We Find That One Should Fear Nightcrawler And His Arsenal Of Swirlies, Indian Burns, and Red Bellies, That Colleen Wing Is Desperately Trying To Get On The Right Email Lists, or Phone Trees, or Maybe Just Set Her RSS Fields Correctly, And That Jean Does Not Understand Why Misty Knight Insists On Telling Her How Japan Is Super Boring And No One’s Boyfriends Ever Double Die There!

Yikes! An Uncomfortably Large Quantity Of Porn Talk!

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Storm plays Skeeball for keeps.

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Time for a “Choose your own hilarious attack on other people’s musical taste!”

Uh oh, someone accidentally piped [Singer/Band You Don’t Like] over the PA system!

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Anybody back there want to help out? Maybe somebody named after an actual burrowing animal! No? How about just a really strong guy made of the same stuff as shovels?

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In Russia, the Wedgie is known as the Dzerzhinsky!

[Ed. Note: Felix Dzerzhinsky founded the Soviet Cheka or secret police, forerunner of the KGB.]

[Further Ed. Note: As you might have guessed, no one in Russia finds underpants pulling funny.]

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Moses Magnum dances like no one’s watching.

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The Japanese Kuril Islands: Meth Lab capital of the Sea of Okhotsk.

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Misty, why don’t you ever put your boob in my ear?!

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Spring Break ’79 was just another sad reminder about the dangers of alcohol poisoning.

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This time, Young Wolvie would get his backpack back!

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Before the X-Men, it was the cast of Gilligan’s Island that crossed Angus. No one “skips” out on a hat debt to a MacWirther,  not even THE Skipper!

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