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Discussion in 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow' started by herolee10, Feb 10, 2017.
So, any bets on how they'll mishandle the JSA this time?
So Ray is King Arthur? That's kind of cool.
How can Stargirl be in the past in Camelot? Did Rip somehow task her with protecting the spear? And how would he have brought her there?
Also, I wonder if this would be the chance for Maisie Richardson-Sellers to use her natural English accent for a change. I wish she just used that from the start instead of having to be American.
Wonder who will do the opening monologue ?
I'm actually surprised Legends hasn't made any sort of Monty Python reference yet.
So what are the chances that the Legion will succeed and get this piece of the spear from Camelot?
Okay, I did love Mick not answering to Sara's leadership right there. He's not gonna bend over backwards for her, no matter how intense she gets.
Why can't they get the Waverider creating a false duplicate of their spear piece that they could present as a decoy?
That would be clever.
Hopefully they still keep the piece at the end of the episode.
Cool fight and all, and I know it's not a fair comparison, but it feels like this episode wants to be Battle of the Bastards from Game of Thrones.
Worst Camelot ever. Star-girl is Merlin and created it ... how exactly? Arthur easily beaten by DD, Vixen pulls the sword from the stone, ugh and more ugh. If not for Mick and Ray this would have been unwatchable.
Is Guinevere, Smallvilles Black Canary?
Edit: Nope. She's from TO.
nope that last time I think saw that actress was stargate atlantis and an interview with her and her kids who were toddler age back then and her family bi racial half black. I haven't really seen the actress since then on any show. I'm sure she's still rocking her natural blond look too.
It was an enjoyable episode, I liked how everyone stood up to Sara.
But it is annoying how the Legends never have to answer for them changing the timeline.
we as the audience shouldn't bother with that part any more the writing team for this show don't care. And they are pushing that part as satire now. to show case it( in how they don't care).
Why is it that every time they introduce a female character from the past that she becomes yet another one off for Sara? It's just becoming so cliche as of late. Not to mention that she pretty goes after married women as of late.
It's like every female figure that Sara meets in the past just happens to be secretly into other women.
Couldn't they just once reserve them as potential love interests for either Ray, Mick, or Jefferson? Neither of them have gotten any love in this season.lol
The whole bisexual thing with Sara does feel tacked on just to be "edgy." And nothing ever comes of it. It is there just to be random. In fairness, Sara is easily the blandest of all the characters so her being a kick ass bisexual is all they have for her. Even Kick, the second most one dimensional one, has some character development going on.
Overall I liked the episode. It sucks that there will be a two week hiatus though.
Sir Ray of Palms.
Vixen summoned her inner gorilla.
I think by now it has become a running joke.
It's clear the writing team are not suited to do time travel stories.
Well it's definitely a irritating/distasteful joke imho.
it also means they aren't suit to do relationships or team stories or certain plots for each character that up to 8 or smaller as we've seen arrow at times .
unless they get someone like Bryan fuller as show runner or to leave his formula on how to better organize these wrtiers or the animated dc team of writers to do that..... it is what it is . this is also why I said the show runners should only have one show . Why Guggenheim hhas this show while he arrow? I don't know why.
Any ways the actors are fine so we know that ok. any way it was an ok episode
Also, not very smart from Damien's end to abandon the one guy that knows the location of all of the Shards from the Spear of Destiny.
Don't get me wrong, I like Stargirl and Vixen a lot (on and off the show)... but they both completely ruined Excalibur. Like bastardize type ruined.
Everything else was coolish.
Yeah, I though it was weird he would just leave Rip like that.
Anyway, I liked the episode. Ray felt kinda dumb.
They really just gonna have Sara hook up with all these married ladies, huh?