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This is the list of episodes for the animated television series X-Men: Evolution. The series premiered on November 4, 2000 and has aired through its third season, which ended on October 25, 2003. The series aired for nearly three years, ending a mere week and a half before the third anniversary of its pilot "Strategy X".

The first and third seasons were both thirteen episodes. The second season has the highest amount of episodes, a total of seventeen. The last season was the shortest, with only nine episodes.

The release dates listed are from the U.S.A. airings.

Episodes Edit

Season one Edit

Main article: Season one
Title Original air date Number # Overall #
"Strategy X" November 4, 2000 101 1
As Kurt Wagner adapts to his new home at the Xavier Institute, Mystique attempts to spy on the facility with a young boy who has toad-like powers.
"The X-Impulse" November 11, 2000 102 2
Kitty Pryde discovers her mutant abilities of phasing through solid matter. Xavier sends Jean Grey on a mission to recruit her as one of the X-Men, only to find out that she has already been won over by Lance Alvers, otherwise known as the mutant Avalanche with the ability to cause earthquakes and tremors.
"Rogue Recruit" November 18, 2000 103 3
When Rogue accidentally triggers her mutant ability by absorbing a local boy's memories, strengths, and abilities via mere skin contact, the X-Men head off to Caldecott County, Mississippi to recruit her. However, Mystique isn't willing to let her out of her sights because she wants her daughter to become one of them, so Destiny and Mystique get to Rogue first to convince her that X-Men are hunting her down.
"Mutant Crush" November 25, 2000 104 4
Kitty Pryde discovers her mutant abilities of phasing through solid matter. Xavier sends Jean Grey on a mission to recruit her as one of the X-Men, only to find out that she has already been won over by Lance Alvers, otherwise known as the mutant Avalanche with the ability to cause earthquakes and tremors.
"Speed and Spyke" December 9, 2000 105 5
Evan Daniels, Storm's nephew, is exihibiting his mutant ability of projecting a multiple of boned spikes and projectiles. Despite knowing his mutant abilities, Evan's initially refuses to join the X-Men. However, when former basketball teammate Pietro Maximoff continually steals money from him (along with getting him in trouble), Evan accepts the offer in an attempt to take his former friend down.
"Middleverse" January 27, 2001 106 6
Kurt's childish behavior clashes with Scott's dead seriousness once too often. Later, Kurt (in his true form) accidentally activates a device which transfers him to a parallel dimension. There, he meets Forge, who had been trapped there since the late seventies, and together, they devise a plan to break out and return to their normal dimension. Things get complicated when the other X-Men discover the device and the Brotherhood then tries to steal it from them.
"Turn of the Rogue" February 3, 2001 107 7
Scott Summers and Jean Grey prepare for their geology club excursion, but Mystique has different plans in mind, replacing Jean with Rogue in an attempt to put further distance between her and the X-Men. In the end, Rogue finds out about Mystique's plans and finally joins the X-Men.
"Spykecam" February 10, 2001 108 8
For extra credit, Spyke films the current events in his life. However, his project takes a turn for the worse when Sabretooth uses the video camera to find out where the Xavier Institute is in order to hunt down his rival, Wolverine.
"Survival of the Fittest" March 3, 2001 109 9
The X-Men and the Brotherhood battle each other in a summer camp, but must cooperate when a large and unstoppable mutant named Juggernaut threatens both Charles Xavier and Mystique.
"Shadowed Past" March 31, 2001 110 10
Rogue has nightmares about a baby, which she identifies as Nightcrawler. He has his doubts, though the two soon find out that the dream has to do with his past. Mystique sends him a letter to meet with her to learn about his past and he goes, leaving without the X-Men's knowledge.
"Grim Reminder" April 14, 2001 111 11
Wolverine's tortured origin comes back to haunt him as he finds out that a wild monster ravaged Mount Mckinley. He goes into the Canadian wilderness to find the beastly creature. He runs into not only his archrival Sabertooth, but the doctor who gave him his adamantium skeleton and adamantium claws. It turns out that the scientist still plans to use Wolverine to carry out his Weapon X animal program by brainwashing him with a microchip that was implanted into Logan's brain a long time ago. It's up to Shadowcat and Nightcrawler to save the day before the mind-controlled Wolverine and Sabertooth destroy them both.
"The Cauldron, Part 1" May 5, 2001 112 12
Scott is reunited with his younger brother Alex, who is recruited by Magneto to join him. As the X-Men are forced to fight the Brotherhood for a place in Magneto's sanctuary.
"The Cauldron, Part 2" May 12, 2001 113 13
Magneto holds multiple battles to find out which mutants are "worthy" of joining him on Asteroid M. The "winners" are abducted by force and offered a place in the Cauldron, where Magneto offers to greatly strengthen and increase their mutant abilities to their full and maximum potential despite Professor X telling them that it will alter their mind and body.

Season two Edit

Main article: Season two

Season three Edit

Main article: Season three

Season four Edit

Main article: Season four
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