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Mojovision - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: When Wolverine is climbing the building, his upper body is shown as being higher than the top story windows. When he calls out to Jean after she gets attacked by the Punisher robot, he is now three floors down. (00:16:03)

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Mojovision - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: After Rogue and Beast have been shuffled out of the cube and into their television program, Jean is shown sitting down and leaning back on her elbows, while Wolverine is on his knees. When the shot changes, both are now standing upright. (00:13:08)

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Mojovision - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: The cube that Mojo has the X-Men captive inside is transparent on all sides, except for when Cyclops is saying "The X-Men don't fight without a reason." In this shot and the following one, the wall behind them, as well as the ceiling, are now paneled. (00:09:36)

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Mojovision - S2-E11

Continuity mistake: When Mojo first starts talking to Cyclops through the television screen, Jean is standing next to Cyclops on his right. She then disappears and reappears for the next several shots, and when Mojo is telling Cyclops that he's offering the X-Men a lifetime television contract, she walks up to Cyclops. (00:04:59 - 00:05:48)

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Out of the Past (1) - S3-E1

Continuity mistake: Wolverine first enters the sewers by ripping away a fence in the subway. When Jubilee and Gambit follow him, the fence is still intact. When they get closer it is torn again. Odd, really, because on the whole this show has few continuity errors, like self-mending clothes in other cartoons.

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Question: Does anyone know why Gambit was featured less and less in episodes as the show went on? He was one of the most popular characters in not just X-Men, but all of Marvel Comics around the time this series first aired, so unless it had something to do with his voice actor's contract, it seems odd they wouldn't have utilized him more.

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Answer: Chris Potter, the original Gambit voice actor, did indeed quit the role in the 4th season. His last episode was The Phalanx Covenant Part 1 so it seems reasonable that Fox would limit the use of the character even though it was recast. It doesn't appear that Potter left the role due to animosity, he stated in an interview that he wished to play Gambit in the first live action X-Men film.

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