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This Legends of Tomorrow review contains spoilers. I stopped being defensive about how much I Meet at legends Legends of Tomorrow sometime towards the end of the second season. A little before the show stopped being defensive about how much fun it was, now that I think about it.
There would be the occasional turd, but it would always rebound quickly. The show thrived on parallel tracks: gleefully throwing the craziest plot shit it could at us, and digging down deep into intensely lovable misfits. Ad — content continues below. Meanwhile, Constantine stays in NYC to track down the real story on the overarching plot of the season. The team is a mess without her running point, so everybody goes off and tries to solve the Rasputin problem three different ways and fails catastrophically, leaving the film crew behind and turning Rasputin into a real housemage or something.
The plot is as simple and straightforward as any other episode of the show, but the execution is magnificent.
The first 25 minutes or so are funnier than any episode to come before it. And the episode is a fun, smart send up of reality TV that only succeeds the way it does if the folks making it understand both the reality and documentary formats, what makes them work and fail, and then sets out to intentionally break the format for fun. Then the show pivoted to some excellent character work.
White Canary gets the development this time. I had mostly moved to just smiling at how good the episode was. Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! Keep up with all our Legends of Tomorrow season 5 news and reviews right here. Jim Dandy has always been a comic geek, but it wasn't until recently that he started gaining a variety of other interests and skills through his….
Legends of Tomorrow Season 5 Episode 2 Well that was incredible. our mailing list Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! Rating: 5 out of 5.
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