* In "Wolverine vs. the Hulk", Wolverine tries to warn the Hulk that the Wendigo is behind him, but can only blurt out "Hulk...behind". [[ComicallyMissingThePoint This causes the Hulk to assume that Wolverine is insulting him, so he replies with "Hulk not a behind!"]]
* From "Backlash", Kitty is stuck babysitting Tildie when the MRD shows up, and we get this gem as Kitty's trying to keep Tildie calm:

-->"''Trust me'', everything's going to be ''alright'', there's no need to go and ''create a big hundred-foot-tall monster that's gonna step on the mansion''! You stay here with the professor and I'll go get us some chips, a couple of sodas and maybe a board game! '''Everything's going to be fine'''! ''Okay?''"

** The indignant "I told you so" look Tilde gives when Kitty sees MRD agents through the peephole.
** Toad panics as he's surrounded by Sentinels, then assumes that he's somehow caused them to shut down after Wolverine destroys the central computer.
* In "Hunting Grounds" the little face Wanda makes when Nightcrawler rather bluntly tells Mojo "She's not the love of my life." It's more like a child's disappointment than a woman scorned.

* Idie and Quention's interaction in #5:
-->'''Quentin''': Hi there. Idie, is it?
-->'''Idie''': If you want to be my boyfriend, Quentin Quire, just know up front that I am not interested in having very many children. Five ought to be plenty.
-->'''Quentin''': On second thought...
* At the graduation ceremony, this little exchange between Fantomex and Abigail Brand.
-->'''Fantomex''': Apologies, but... your child appears to be a flesh-eating alien.
-->'''Abigail:''' And yours appears to be Apocalypse.
-->'''Fantomex''': ''Touche''. Perhaps you'd like to join me for dinner sometime to... swap parenting advice?
-->'''Abigail''': Perhaps you'd like to get deported to Mars.
* The first TPB features the school's class list as bonus material, with one class being "Ethics 101: Forgetting Everything You Ever Learned From Emma Frost, with Headmistress Pryde". It's even funnier if you remember that in an issue of Astonishing X-Men, back in 2004, Kitty was surprised to hear that Emma taught ethics. Other classes include "World History (1880 - 1950): An Eyewitness Account, with Headmaster Logan" and "Algebra Sucks: I Know, But You Still Have To Learn It, with Professor Bobby Drake."
** [[http://marvel.com/jeangreyschool It's also available online,]] for those who want to read it. Other little gems include acknowledging Gambit's EstrogenBrigade status ([[spoiler: He's the Sex-Ed teacher]]), and having one class taught by ''Lockheed the Dragon''.
* The TerribleIntervieweesMontage from #19, featuring ComicBook/{{Blade}}, Hellstorm, [[ComicBook/AlphaFlight Sasquatch and Puck]], Longshot (who lists his acting resume), Dr. Nemesis (Who asks how liberal the school's policy on shooting children in the face with hypodermic needles is), [[ComicBook/AgentsOfAtlas Gorilla-Man]], ComicBook/GhostRider, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}} ([[RunningGag Who keeps coming back]]), ComicBook/WerewolfByNight, Firestar, a regular human teacher (who asks if any of the faculty is actually qualified to teach children), Fat Cobra, and Franchise/SpiderMan (Who just wanted to see Wolverine's school for himself And ''that'' one becomes HilariousInHindsight, HarsherInHindsight, or both, when after Wolverine's sure-to-be-temporary death, ''guess who takes his place?'' Hint: It's called "''Spider-Man and the X-Men'' now.)