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"Aruba" manages to tie up the loose ends of Legend's absurd storylines, officially redeeming the series from a mediocre debut season.
"Aruba," minus some issues that have already been built into the show and the nature of time travel that raises questions, was a delightful way to end Legends of Tomorrow's second season.
All in all, a pretty solid finale that topped off a generally entertaining season, which I would have to go on and say was a vast improvement over the initial season.
All in all, I think "Out of Time" is a strong set up for the season.
Legends of Tomorrow wrapped up an excellent season with a satisfying, eventful finale episode.
'Aruba' very neatly wraps up all of Legends of Tomorrow season 2's story threads.
Legends of Tomorrow's finale may not have packed the type of emotional punch or excitement level that a finale should, but it still left me ready to see more.
Wow, what a finale! "Aruba" is pretty much the culmination of all of the great work Legends of Tomorrow has done this season.
They managed to integrate the complex, absurd plots into the characterization they were already doing well, and the amplification effect between the two made it the best comic book show on TV.
The episode does a good job capturing the chaos of the situation, and it gives this finale strong forward momentum all the way to its delightful cliffhanger, which has me very excited for the third season.
Had all the makings of a memorable season finale and to an extent, it was truly epic. But the writers' knack for ridiculous logic proved Aruba's undoing.