DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 2 Episode 12: "Camelot/3000"

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  1. ArmsHeldOut James K. Delaney

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    Glad I'm not the only one who noticed this.

    Who's next on her conquest list? Mother Teresa?
     
  2. Mike Murdock Registered

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    It was literally a kiss. Is that a conquest these days? In particular, they were making a Lancelot reference who does have an affair with Guinevere.
     
  3. metaphysician Not a Side-Kick

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    I might be more forgiving if not for everything else about the episode. As is, its just part and parcel with the whole "The entirety of Camelot is a fictional creation by Superior Future People."
     
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    Yes, and it is never an issue when it a man sowing his wild oats.

    Why did the writers feel the need for shove Stargirl supposedly to be in love with Arthur into the story? Nothing in the episode before or after her conversation with Vixen showed this to be true - the writers had Vixen simply pulled it out of then air. If they needed a reason for Stargirl to want to stay it could just be that she believed in the ideals of Camelot, as opposed to her reason being a man.

    And Damien Darhk is a match for Sarah AND Green Arrow in combat. There is no way Ray would last longer than a few seconds, let alone knock Darhk of his feet. It would have made more sense for Ray's fight to be with Rip.

    And that confrontation on the bridge to be between Sarah and Mick (and then the others) did not work. It has already been established that Sarah puts the team first. Are we seriously supposed to believe that she suddenly changed her values just because Vixen threw a hissy fit earlier in the episode? Sarah is a stronger personality than that. It is why she is in charge. It would have made more sense for the argument to be between Sarah and Vixen, with Vixen objecting to Sarah wanting to go back for Ray and Sarah putting her in her place about what is important.

    As always, Purcell and Garber were great and Mick's brain saving the day, when Martin's could not, was fun.
     

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