Their first attempt to save Xavier failed, so the four are now making a re-attempt, but when they travel back to the future, they find that their future has changed as well. They meet resistance in Nimrod, along with the supped up sentinels called enforcers. Fitzroy luckily changed his mind, and decided to turn his allegiance to the other side, giving Bishop a video as proof to his assassinator self that Mastermold will just turn on him.
They meet Xavier, but Nimrod isn't far behind. Fitzroy makes an attempt to kill them all, but the video worked at least. The present once again chances back to normal, but Storm and Wolverine seem to remain as lovers.
I'm not really fond of the action sequences in X-Men. It's simply an outdated cartoon. However, the action scenes involving machines are the ones that have grabbed my attention so far, especially the ones not involving those touch sensitive sentinels. I'm a big fan of machinery involved battles; just the clashes of metal and the lasers being scraped off of the metal armours of the enforcers. The action scenes here were really entertaining.
Not much can really be said for the rest of the episode, as it was simply a rerun of the previous episode, except they didn't fail this time. However, the execution of the episode overall was simply brilliant. The pacing was great, and how it concluded with the relationship between Wolverine and Storm was also magnificent itself. This is another reason why Mastermold needs to have more episodes of himself.