Apocalypse has finally revealed his plan; to destroy time itself to attain complete and total victory. Magneto opposes the plan, and challenges the almighty mutant, but he has his horsemen and Sinister on his side. Magneto though was able to free Wolverine, and Cable decided to drop in as well. However, Apocalypse's plan was set into motion. That's when Bishop decides to interfere, freeing the physics on the exterior and setting back time in its original coordinates. With the physics free, with their combined power, they were able to bring everyone back to the present time line, as well as Apocalypse, who is without his Lazarus Chamber.
Well, the concluding episode didn't make the story seem anymore deeper than it already is, which really isn't saying much, but this was still a pretty excellent episode. I've always wanted to see a clash between the major villains in this cartoon. A clash between titans is one of the most exciting match ups in any form of competition. Mastermold is missing though. The story was average, but how it was structured was pretty good, like how destroying time will give Apocalypse true victory rather than attaining victory a thousand times like he has his entire life. What's ironic is that his plan ended up backfiring as his Lazarus Chamber is destroyed. Gotta love irony.