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There is a great scene where Lenny is the Mad Hatter and Kerry Loudermilk comes out with a samurai sword fulfilling the badass reputation she has.
[Dan] Stevens is pulling his weight as usual, as is [Aubrey] Plaza, and the rest of the cast are equally as awesome. Not to mention the visuals are A+++. Bring on more.
"Chapter 21" comes as the great settling of the dust, an episode where the lay of the land and what's to come is more distinguishable.
Clocking in at just 39 minutes before the credits hit, "Chapter 21" is a somewhat slight installment but it's still a full-on visual feast (there's more Alice in Wonderland imagery this week) and features some interesting developments.
Legion is delivering some of the most straightforward plotting since the first half of season one.