"Kingdom" is the thirty-ninth televised episode of the series Gargoyles, and the twenty-sixth episode of Season 2. It originally aired on February 5, 1996.
- Supervising Producers: Frank Paur, Greg Weisman
- Written by: Marty Isenberg, Robert Skir
- Story Edited by: Gary Sperling
- Produced & Directed by: Bob Kline
- Animation by: Toon City, Inc.
- Backgrounds by: Toon City, Inc.
- Additional Production Facilities: Moving Images, Inc.
Hudson and the Trio appear for the first time since Goliath, Elisa and Bronx disappeared in "Avalon" Part One. They learn the reasons for their clanmates' absence sometime between now and their next appearance, in "Pendragon".
The Mutates and David Xanatos learn in this episode that Goliath, Elisa and Bronx are missing. Greg Weisman has mentioned that he's since figured out "a good flashback to be had someday in some medium" on how Xanatos would've taken advantage of that knowledge. 
After initial reluctance, Brooklyn finally accepts leadership of the Manhattan Clan in Goliath's absence, having been appointed to second-in-command in "Upgrade". Talon also accepts leadership of the Labyrinth Clan.
Like "The Price", "Kingdom" aired out of order, premiering on February 5, 1996, after "Grief" (which first aired on December 28, 1995), and just before "The Hound of Ulster" (which first aired on February 6, 1996). Disney's YouTube playlist for Season 2 maintained the incorrect order for the episode.
In one of the series' more notorious animation errors, Bronx briefly appears when the gargoyles are preparing to enter stone sleep at the clock tower, and Hudson appears in two places on the clock tower. This error is referred to as the "Two Hudsons and a Bronx Scene".
Toon Disney/Disney XD Edits
The scene of Chaz and Lou getting the guns out of the case is edited out of the Toon Disney broadcast of the episode. Some of the later battle scenes also have cuts (you can tell by the fact that the rifle blasts are slowed down to cover up some of the edits).
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