White Canary orders Gideon to set a course for the anachronism. Meanwhile, and set out on a mission that goes awry when they pair with an unlikely person to try and get a Totem. One of the Vikings notices that Stein's escaped, and reports to Freydis. Might someone else align with him as Firestorm? The Darhks show up ever so briefly in this episode, pretty much just so they can punch the time clock and say they were here. The show has completely shaken off the early season doldrums and is back to consistently treating the Legends like heroes.
Citizen Cold, the touchy-feely Earth-X version of Captain Cold, is offering grief counseling to the crew after the untimely death of Professor Stein in. Young Stein refuses to take it, saying he doesn't want to risk altering the timeline. Meanwhile, and run into someone Rory knows which give a glimpse into his past. They see Leif Erikson and his sister Freydis, arguing over whether to leave New Valhalla or stay. Did the Legends accidentally do something to cause the moon to move closer to Earth? Oliver Queen then reached out to his old pal John Constantine to help restore Sara's soul to her body. But before our Legends can jump back into action, and his newly established call their methods into question.
Trying to stop the gang, they realize someone from the Legends must infiltrate them. I guess that's why the writers threw Damien Darhk into the mix, to pretend to be Odin and command them to stay. The writers can send their heroes straight through the ages from feudal Japan to the Wild West, from the 80s to the future. Beebo was completely too far across the line in an attempt to be funny. I wouldn't mind if he never did, but it's more than likely he will be, so when? Meanwhile, Nate and Ava work together to try to keep their Time Bureau funding by proving to them that magic exists.
After the Legends defeated Mallus and wiped the final anachronism from time they find themselves in unfamiliar territory with the Time Bureau. Sara tries to save Ava from a fate worse than death while battling her own demons. But a perfect episode of Legends isn't just jokes. Heck, movie stars and politicians don't even get that much coverage when they die. He gives him an envelope and tells him not to open it until 2017, just like Marty McFly and Doc Brown.
All of the superheroes band together with help from their super friends like , , , Iris West and to take on their most formidable villains yet. Jackson flies back to the Waverider, where he anxiously has Gideon check the timeline to see if Stein survived. Carter November 21, 2017 2017-11-21 T13. Actor Graeme McComb returns to reprise his role as the younger Stein, and once again turns in a perfect performance that perfectly echoes Victor Garber. Well now we know how they're handing it— by getting rid of Jackson as well as Stein.
So how do you follow up a somber, emotionally-wrenching episode featuring the death of a major character? In revisiting a moment in time that they had already participated in, they have essentially fractured the timeline and created — a scattering of people, animals, and objects all across time! With the Time Bureau effectively the new sheriffs in town, the Legends disband — until discovers in the middle of his well-deserved vacation in. Marty McFly did the exact same thing with Doc Brown in Back To The Future. Canary orders them all back to the ship, but Young Stein refuses to go without his Beebo doll. Bringing on Constantine after the departure of Firestorm is interesting, especially considering the villains the Legends are facing and their abilities. I want you to take all of your feelings about Martin and put it in a box, and then I want you to close the box. According to Old Stein in , he was sixty seven when he died, meaning he was born in 1950. On the Waverider, Sharpe asks Canary what she saw in the dark realm.
Meanwhile, Nate and Zari go on a recon mission to find out what Hank might be hiding from everyone. But, this time, Sara realizes that they may need a little bit of extra help. Now imagine the Legends had never intervened. It could go either way, I think. It could explain why the writers chose to bring him back, again, and freshen up the story so Sara isn't the one defeating him.
Having seen the future, Rip Hunter will desperately try to prevent certain events from happening, by time-traveling; Now Rip Hunter is tasked with assembling a desperate group of heroes and villains to confront an unstoppable threat - not only is the planet at stake, but our time line itself. Back in the camp, the Vikings throw Heat Wave into a raging fire. I'm afraid I gotta agree with Cold here. She doesn't seem like a real person. The Vikings capture Heat Wave and decide to burn him at the stake.
The series airs on and is a spin-off from and , existing in the same. In the original timeline, he and his people eventually decided to leave and go back home. I think Mallus might be Krona, the Oan scientist who created a machine that would let him see the dawn of time, and in doing so, created the fracture that caused the Multiverse to emerge. For the first time, Sara Caity Lotz is worried that they might need back up when Damien Darhk Neal McDonough shows up. He appeared in Season 4 of Arrow, in episode Haunted.