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No consensus yet.
I think the series is beginning to find its stride this season or at the very least I hope they have. Overall, it was a very solid episode and I'm genuinely excited for next week.
The cast is solid and endearing, the jokes can be stupid but some are pretty amusing almost in spite of it.
I'm going to take the liberty of assuming that we don't need to discuss the Nate and Amaya situation, and that we can all agree that regardless of where it goes, it just needs to get there and be done with it.
It's about time the Legends team got another female member, right?
This week does that well by not only expanding the mythology of the show but also exploring a cool new setting in Seattle in 2042.
You start to run into walls that the premise puts up, and those are sometimes insurmountable.
Every episode of Legends needs to find room for lighter storylines like this.
It's frustrating to see Legends of Tomorrow stumble just as the new season veers in a more plot-driven direction.