| Series Æon Flux|
Season 1, Episode 2
|Air date||September 22nd, 1992|
|Producers||Japhet Asher; Peter Chung; Peter Gaffney; Mark Mars|
|Starring||Denise Poirier; John Rafter Lee (select episodes)|
"Gravity" is the second episode of the MTV animated television series Æon Flux. It first aired on September 22nd, 1992. The episode has been made available both as a single DVD in 1997 and as part of the Æon Flux: The Complete Animated Collection DVD and Blu-ray collections.
Trevor Goodchild is on a bullet train being paced by an airplane carrying Æon Flux. The two reach out from the windows of their respective vehicles and kiss one another, but it is not a kiss of passion. Using his tongue, Trevor inserts a miniature piece of rolled up paper into the hollow of Æon's false tooth. Trevor then disembarks the train and boards a sky-carrier that whisks him away. Back inside her own transportation, Æon unrolls the paper and sees that it is a photograph of a grey-haired man and a suitcase. Æon climbs out of the window of the airplane and begins scaling the wing. She peeks inside one of the other windows and identifies the man from the photo.
A swift gust of wind blows by however, knocking Æon off the plane. Falling to her doom, she considers shooting herself before she lands. Deciding against it, she pulls out a pair of binoculars and scans the canyon below. She sees two men in a yellow truck driving near a cliff. The men throw ropes over the side and begin towing something up the side of the canyon. Aeon redirects her angle towards a bridge between the two canyons and fires her harpoon gun. She swings between the trestle of the bridge, but comes in too fast and she slams into the side.
|Æon Flux||Denise Poirier |
|Trevor Goodchild||John Rafter Lee |
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- ↑ Denise Poirier provides the voice for Æon Flux in select episodes; however, as Æon has no dialogue in this episode, Poirier is not credited for the role.
- ↑ John Rafter Lee provides the voice for Trevor Goodchild in select episodes; however, as Trevor has no dialogue in this episode, Lee is not credited for the role.