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Season 2, Episode 17 – Season 2 of Legends of Tomorrow wraps up this week with an action packed finale that will have you seeing double. The long awaited season finale has finally come, and it did not (in my opinion) disappoint.
Season 2, Episode 16 – The Legends face-off against the Legion of Doom in what is definitely the darkest timeline of the show, setting up an excited third act for the sophomore season.
Season 2, Episode 15 – This week Legends of Tomorrow will have you shook. Not only are the Legends tasked with reclaiming the Spear, but figuring out how to destroy it – a mission of biblical proportions… literally. Don’t look away, because just when you think our team has it together, they’re pulled apart by an old friend.
Season 2, Episode 14 – This week on Legends, we got real personal with all of our characters. The Legends’ mission is literally out of this world, as their hunt for the last piece of the Spear brings them to NASA. Meanwhile, trouble in paradise causes a petty Nate to reveal the unspeakable to Amaya.
Season 2, Episode 13 – This week of Legends of Tomorrow lands our crew in a double whammy. When Rip escapes from his prison and attacks the ship, the Legends are forced to conquer two seemingly impossible missions: find a way to bring back the old Rip Hunter and find a way to escape the Cretaceous period.
Season 2, Episode 12 – This week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow gave us a brief glimpse of the future, and an awesome interpretation of the past. Sara questions her role as a leader and the team is finally able to make one small victory.
Season 2, Episode 11 – This week on Legends of Tomorrow we travel back to Christmas 1776, where Rip Hunter has (literally) lost his damn mind, forcing our Legends to go toe to toe with their old friend.
Season 2, Episode 10 – This week on Legends of Tomorrow we get aquatinted with our friends from the Legion of Doom, who still have Rip Hunter held hostage. While they struggle to get along, they learn a secret about the Speedster, and are able to turn Hunter into the Legends’ worst nightmare. Oh yeah, the Legends do some stuff too this week…. sort of.
Season 2, Episode 9 – Legends of Tomorrow returns this week with a bang, ya’ll. The race to find Rip Hunter is on, and in a surprise twist our team is tasked with their most important mission of all time! I’ll give you a hint, it involves George Lucas.
Season 2, Episode 8 – This week on Legends of Tomorrow Damien Darkh and the Speedster emerge with an old friend. The Legends find themselves in 1927 Chicago, where they learn Darkh and Co are not here to play. On the bright side, Rip Hunter graces our screens again!
Season 2, Episode 7 – You know when parents have to sit through their kid’s school play for an hour, when all they really care about is the five minutes that their kid is on stage? That was me this entire crossover event.
Season 2, Episode 6 – This week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow forces our Legends into the Wild West, where they find an old frenemy and have to save the entirety of the American West from the hands of evil. Big stuff.
Season 2, Episode 5 – This week on Legends of Tomorrow we’re forced to face a hot button issue – the United States Presidency. In this week’s episode, “Compromised”, the Legends respond to a time quake in Ronald Reagan’s White House, where they find that Damien Darhk has gotten ahold to nuclear weapons. Sounds like a great time for all….
Season 2, Episode 4 – On this week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow, “Abominations” featured two of America’s favorite things: zombies and racism. If ya’ll enjoyed this episode then read no further, because I absolutely did not.
Season 2, Episode 3 – In this weeks episode of Legends of Tomorrow, Heywood gets a new power, screws up, and forces the crew to crash land in Feudal Japan. Also in this week’s episode, I’ve officially added Heywood to my “Characters I Can’t Stand” List.
Season 2, Episode 2 – In this week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow , “Justice Society of America” the Legends’ were forced to team up with their worst nightmare: an old school team of supers who were actually good at their job.