Gargoyles

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Season 2, Ep 18, Aired 11/9/95
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  • Episode Description
  • After the Pack is beaten by the gargoyles for the umpteenth time, Xanatos offers them new and improved cybernetic / gene-spliced bodies.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Salli Richardson-Whitfield

    Elisa Maza

  • Frank Welker

    Bronx

  • Edward Asner

    Hudson

  • Bill Fagerbakke

    Broadway

  • Jonathan Frakes

    David Xanatos

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • We get some character developement with the trio, which are more of a focus point in this ep, as well as the pack.

    By Blue_Demon62, May 11, 2008

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (11)

    • Lexington: If I was leader, I'd make sure that my clan knew where I was at all times. Broadway: If you were leader, I'd be somewhere else at all times.

    • Lexington: Not a bad night. Two muggings broken up. Brooklyn: One mugging, and one burglar who's considering new career options. Broadway: Three muggings and an armed robbery. Just have to know where to look.

    • Dingo: You're not our leader, Wolf. You're barely our species!

    • Morgan: What I wanna know is where do we take them? A hospital? A machine shop? Or a vet!?

    • Fox: You're not mad? I know you don't like to lose. Xanatos: But I've won, my dear. For in you, I've found my true equal.

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    Trivia (3)

    • Note that as Hudson and Wolf fight, Wolf's face is suddenly portrayed as far more similar to a typical werewolf when it previously was far more similar to his human. Afterward, he is back to his more human-like appearance.

    • During the battle at the trainyard, Wolf tears a steel girder off its support. As he swings it forward, he knocks a track switch over from behind. However, rather than bending over in front of Wolf, it snaps behind Wolf instead, which, from the "camera" angle, is a physical impossibility.

    • In Act 1 when Dingo is talking to Wolf about taking out Goliath his mustache is missing.

    Allusions (1)

    • Dingo: I knew it was a bad idea to stick with this crew, not after they went Frankenstein on me. Frankenstein is a novel in which the title character created a monster from the parts of several people and brought him to life.

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