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'''[[James Avery]]''' was an American actor who played [[War Machine]], [[Whirlwind]], and [[Blacklash]] on several episodes in the [[Iron Man Season One|first season]] of {{im}}. He reprised the role of War Machine/James Rhodes on the {{sm}} episodes {{eps|Venom Returns}} and {{eps|Carnage}} along with [[Iron Man]] actor [[Robert Hays]].
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'''{{eps|Captive Hearts}}''' is the fifth [[X-Men Season One|episode]] of {{xm}} and originally aired January 30, 1993. The episode is based on ''Uncanny X-Men'' #169 and #170 and was adapted by [[Robert N. Skir]], [[Marty Isenberg]], and [[Eric Lewald]]. The episode is the source of the popular "Wolverine Crush" Internet meme.
   
Avery was born in Pughsville, Virginia on November 27, 1948. He was raised in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He wanted to be a writer living in Paris, but ended up getting into theatre. After graduating high school, he joined the Navy serving in the Vietnam War from 1968 to 1969. Afterwards, Avery attended the University of California, San Diego and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and Literature while becoming a classically trained actor. He began writing for PBS and won an Emmy for ''Ameda Speaks: Poet James Avery''.
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Following their near defeat in {{eps|Deadly Reunions}}, [[Professor X]] ([[Cedric Smith]]) pushes his [[X-Men]] hard in the [[Danger Room]]. [[Storm]] ([[Iona Morris]]) leads the team in training and defeats the simulated threats. However, Xavier increases the danger by having the room close in on them, triggering Storm's claustrophobia causing her to endanger the team. Xavier stops the training and warns that she will need to overcome this problem if she needs to lead. Afterwards, [[Jean Grey]] ([[Catherine Disher]]) visits [[Wolverine|Logan]] ([[Cathal J. Dodd]]), who is still recovering from his battle with [[Sabretooth]], before her date with [[Cyclops|Scott]] ([[Norm Spencer]]). Logan then tells Jean he loves her causing her to flee.
   
He began acting for the San Diego Community College. Because of his large size and deep voice, Avery was frequently cast in professional roles such as professors, judges, and doctors. His first film role was an extra in ''The Blues Brothers'', a cop in ''Fletch'', and appeared on ''The Jeffersons''. He auditioned for the role of Worf on ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' and was a finalist but lost the role to [[Michael Dorn]]. He eventually got to play another Klingon in the prequel series ''Star Trek: Enterprise''. Perhaps his most famous role was as Philip Banks on ''The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'' where he played the uncle to title character Will Smith and father to fellow ''Spider-Man'' guest star [[Alfonso Ribeiro]]. His role was voted number thirty-four in the ''TV Guide'' list of "Fifty Greatest TV Dads of All Time".
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While on their date, Jean tries to get Scott to relax and not think about the team. Just then, a mutant boy named [[Leech]] ([[John Stocker]]) steals some fruit. Scott and Jean follow to stop the angry mob that chases him. They follow into a subway station to find a group of mutants attacking the mob. They fight to protect the angry humans. However, they are knocked out by [[Annalee]] ([[Kay Tremblay]]) and kidnapped by [[Sunder]] ([[Dan Hennessey]]). Meanwhile, Wolverine becomes angry at the thought of the lovebirds spending so much time together.
   
Avery was also a prominent voice actor and has a history of sharing roles with [[Dorian Harewood]], who replaced him as War Machine. For seven seasons he played main bad guy Shredder on the 1987 animated series ''Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles''. He was main character Turbo on ''Rambo: The Force of Freedom'', Hazi Bin on the [[Walt Disney Animation Studios|Disney's]] ''Aladdin'' series, Shaman on ''Gargoyles'', and Chief Keewazi on ''The Legend of Tarzan''.
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Scott wakes up in an underground bunker with Leech having taken his powers. Sunder takes them to their leader, [[Callisto]] ([[Susan Roman]]), who explains that they are [[Morlocks]], mutants too deformed to live among humans. She admits to following Scott and explains she had Leech lure Scott and Jean into their tunnels. She tells him that she wants him as her mate. Scott demands to see Jean, who gets out of her bonds and attacks the Morlocks. She gets a brief message to Xavier before being knocked out.
   
On November 11th, 2013, Avery underwent open heart surgery afterwards spending much of his time at the hospital. Avery died at the age of sixty-eight on December 31st, 2013 due to complications from surgery. Avery was survived by his wife of twenty-six years, Barbara, and his mother, Florence Avery. While he had no children of his own, he has a stepson named Kevin Waters. His ashes were spread off the coast of the Pacific Ocean.
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Xavier finds the general location of Scott and Jean and sends the X-Men under Storm's command. [[Gambit]] ([[Chris Potter]]) worries about Storm's claustrophobia but Storm pushes through it. They are eventually attacked by the Morlocks and fend them off. They chase the Morlocks deeper into the tunnels and find that Annalee has hypnotized Jean. Wolverine attacks Annalee and frees Jean. Callisto confronts them and shows the dead body of Scott. Wolverine attacks the corpse revealing him to be [[Ape]] ([[Ross Petty]]) in disguise. The X-Men and Morlocks start fighting, Wolverine chases Callisto through the tunnels, [[Rogue]] ([[Lenore Zann]]) and Sunder start a rivalry, and [[Pestilence|Plague]] ([[Judy Marshak]]) infects Gambit.
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Wolverine eventually finds the real Scott and, after a brief moment to consider ending their rivalry, takes him to back to the others. Callisto realizes that Wolverine loves Jean as well and has Annalee force the X-Man into attacking the others. After Jean is forced to knock Wolverine out, all seems lost until Storm challenges Callisto for leadership of the Morlocks. The two engage in hand-to-hand combat and eventually Storm wins. She offers to let the Morlocks return to the surface but they prefer to stay underground. She gives temporary leadership back to Callisto and the X-Men leave. Back at the [[Xavier Mansion|mansion]], they check on Gambit to find he will make a recovery. Scott and Jean head to Logan's room to thank him but find him gone with a picture of them tore up.
   
   
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"Captive Hearts" is the fifth episode of X-Men and originally aired January 30, 1993. The episode is based on Uncanny X-Men #169 and #170 and was adapted by Robert N. Skir, Marty Isenberg, and Eric Lewald. The episode is the source of the popular "Wolverine Crush" Internet meme.

Following their near defeat in "Deadly Reunions", Professor X (Cedric Smith) pushes his X-Men hard in the Danger Room. Storm (Iona Morris) leads the team in training and defeats the simulated threats. However, Xavier increases the danger by having the room close in on them, triggering Storm's claustrophobia causing her to endanger the team. Xavier stops the training and warns that she will need to overcome this problem if she needs to lead. Afterwards, Jean Grey (Catherine Disher) visits Logan (Cathal J. Dodd), who is still recovering from his battle with Sabretooth, before her date with Scott (Norm Spencer). Logan then tells Jean he loves her causing her to flee.

While on their date, Jean tries to get Scott to relax and not think about the team. Just then, a mutant boy named Leech (John Stocker) steals some fruit. Scott and Jean follow to stop the angry mob that chases him. They follow into a subway station to find a group of mutants attacking the mob. They fight to protect the angry humans. However, they are knocked out by Annalee (Kay Tremblay) and kidnapped by Sunder (Dan Hennessey). Meanwhile, Wolverine becomes angry at the thought of the lovebirds spending so much time together.

Scott wakes up in an underground bunker with Leech having taken his powers. Sunder takes them to their leader, Callisto (Susan Roman), who explains that they are Morlocks, mutants too deformed to live among humans. She admits to following Scott and explains she had Leech lure Scott and Jean into their tunnels. She tells him that she wants him as her mate. Scott demands to see Jean, who gets out of her bonds and attacks the Morlocks. She gets a brief message to Xavier before being knocked out.

Xavier finds the general location of Scott and Jean and sends the X-Men under Storm's command. Gambit (Chris Potter) worries about Storm's claustrophobia but Storm pushes through it. They are eventually attacked by the Morlocks and fend them off. They chase the Morlocks deeper into the tunnels and find that Annalee has hypnotized Jean. Wolverine attacks Annalee and frees Jean. Callisto confronts them and shows the dead body of Scott. Wolverine attacks the corpse revealing him to be Ape (Ross Petty) in disguise. The X-Men and Morlocks start fighting, Wolverine chases Callisto through the tunnels, Rogue (Lenore Zann) and Sunder start a rivalry, and Plague (Judy Marshak) infects Gambit.

Wolverine eventually finds the real Scott and, after a brief moment to consider ending their rivalry, takes him to back to the others. Callisto realizes that Wolverine loves Jean as well and has Annalee force the X-Man into attacking the others. After Jean is forced to knock Wolverine out, all seems lost until Storm challenges Callisto for leadership of the Morlocks. The two engage in hand-to-hand combat and eventually Storm wins. She offers to let the Morlocks return to the surface but they prefer to stay underground. She gives temporary leadership back to Callisto and the X-Men leave. Back at the mansion, they check on Gambit to find he will make a recovery. Scott and Jean head to Logan's room to thank him but find him gone with a picture of them tore up.


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