Well, this happened in the Avengers at a terrible time. The team had been zapped away to an alternate world where they were going to confront the Squadron
So, by Avengers #147, they resumed the storyline that began in #144 and it was implied that we were to forget #145 and #146 ever happened. As Marvel rightly assumed, we were children. And since we were reading comic books, it's not like we had other things in our lives to turn to and everything was forgiven.
So, while Avengers #147-149 were awesome, they didn't have a lot of moments to make fun of. But, because I'm Adam, I noticed a few things that you may have missed:
I, like many fanboys, assumed that the idea of the "living costume" came from Spider-Man's foe, Venom, but it appears that the Hellcat had an outfit with a mind of its own back in the 1970's. For some reason, I had totally forgotten this and I think everyone else did as well. It was an idea whose time had not yet come.
If this was how they got rid of contestants on American Idol, I might actually watch it.
Hey, kids! It's time for Fun with Out of Context Dialogue!(tm!):
That's why I usually have to pay her extra.
Thank you! Thank you! I'll be here all week!
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See you tomorrow!