Season 4 Episode 13

The Lotus and the Steel

Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Feb 03, 1996 on FOX



  • Notes

    • Once again, here's a list of things as they are in versions aired in Canada & the UK, and how they're different from the version aired in the country of origin, the US:
      - The title is "Lotus and the Steel" instead of "The Lotus and the Steel".
      - Onscreen font is bolder.
      - Wolverine flashes back to his carving his and Silver Fox's names on the cabin door, then facing the costumed Sabretooth inside, instead of being told off by Silver Fox at the end of "Weapon X...".
      - Flashback to Wolverine letting loose in the Danger Room from "Till Death Do Us Part (1)" instead of him and Jean from "Captive Hearts".
      - Wolverine replies by saying, "No. She's happy. I love her enough to want her to stay that way.", instead of no reply
      - The "oriental music" during the montage of Logan's working is different (louder, more "cheery").
      - Wolverine walks to the village mob gathering, carrying the bundle of logs on his shoulder, as Soichi says "Since I was a child, I have watched our people work hard only to have these criminals take what little we earn." The US version cuts right to Logan dropping the logs, and Soichi mentioning thier children, the image flipped to the right side.
      - Wolverine's nightmare is more coherant, showing a clip of the adamantium bonding scene from "Repo Man"; his leaving Yuriko from "Out of the Past (1)", then facing her as Lady Deathstrike later in that episode; various images from "Weapon X, Lies, and Video Tape" with Sabretooth and Logan exchanging remarks about their shared past, ending with Creed's forced abandoning of Maverick & Silver Fox; Nightcrawler urging Logan to open his heart from "Nightcrawler"; ending with new animation of Wolverine walking along the beach, looking into a puddle in a rock, and seeing his reflection turning into Sabretooth's (the rest of which plays out in both versions the same).
      - The children in the tree don't make giggling sounds.
      - The cutting off of Samurai's sash makes no sound effects.
      - The final shot of the episode does a "shrinking circle" fade, letting Jubilee's final remark of "who was that Oku guy, again?" actually be heard.
      - Season 3 style end credits.

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