DC's Legends of Tomorrow

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Season 7 episodes (13)

1 The Bullet Blondes
After defeating the aliens and saving Earth, the Legends find themselves stranded in 1925 Odessa, Texas with a destroyed Waverider in the season premiere. Wanting to help fix things, Astra tries using her powers, which creates unwanted attention from the town and that of the new Director of the Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover, and a surprise no one expected. Realizing they need to escape, Sara and Ava create a distraction by going on a crime spree with Hoover hot on their tails. Meanwhile, Zari is finding it hard to get over Constantine, so Behrad suggests the only thing he knows that can help.
2 The Need for Speed
While the Legends contemplate how to get to New York City, Behrad discovers Hoover has train tickets to DC and Sara and Ava come up with a plan. With the help of Gary, Nate will have to impersonate Hoover, but he soon learns it is harder being Hoover than he expected. Since Zari is stuck without the internet, she is forced to take a digital detox and becomes obsessed with figuring out who blew up the Waverider. Meanwhile, Astra and Spooner have stayed behind in Texas and are dealing with the aftermath of Astra’s special spell.
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Legends past and present collide in the 100th episode directed by series star Caity Lotz. With Astra, Spooner and a now-human Gideon trying to save the Legends, Gideon becomes overwhelmed by her new human choices sending her into a catatonic state. Astra and Spooner combine their powers to enter Gideon’s mindscape and discover that a virus is trying to erase all of Gideon’s memories. Acting fast, they devise a plan to defeat the virus before it’s too late. Meanwhile, the Legends are about to go up against a powerful new foe.
4 Speakeasy Does It
When the Legends arrive in Chicago, they come across a speakeasy that caters to a diverse crowd, however their presence results in upsetting a mob who in turn burn down the club. Wanting to make things right, Zari demands they help to fix the club by throwing a party, with a special performance by The Bullet Blondes, to help raise money to rebuild it. Coincidentally, Astra, Spooner and Gideon are also in Chicago and feel compelled to help a female musician sever ties to the mob, while also trying to reach the Legends. Meanwhile, Gary points out something that Nate never realized about his relationship track record.
5 It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist
After Sara, Ava, Behrad and Gary arrive in New York City, they track down Dr. Gwyn Davies, who isn’t the scientist they expected. Astra, Spooner, and Gideon are still trying to stop the Legends from using the time machine, but they run into some more setbacks along the way. Meanwhile, in the pocket dimension Nate and Zari work together on the Hoover situation as well how to make their future together work.
6 Deus Ex Latrina
When the Legends and Gwyn finally time travel, the time machine goes haywire leaving them stranded in a lush forest with no idea when or where they are. Seeing that Sara and Ava are noticeable stressed, Nate takes over and gives everyone tasks to set up camp to keep everyone occupied. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to the Legends, someone keeps trying to destroy the anomalies that keep popping up which could create bigger ripples throughout history.
7 A Woman’s Place is in the War Effort!
When the Legends crash land in 1940s Seattle, they find themselves right in the middle of WWII with a surprise guest. Needing replacement parts to fix the time machine, Sara, Ava, Astra, Spooner and Gideon find themselves working in different sections of an airplane factory alongside “Rosies.” With Astra frustrated with inequality in the workforce, she takes matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, Behrad offers to play host and help teach Nate about Persian culture and etiquette.
8 Paranoid Android
Sara starts to realize her team is making questionable choices when it comes to the timeline. Trying to figure out who is behind everything, Sara discovers some harsh truths.
9 Lowest Common Demoninator
When Gideon jumps the team back into the Pocket Dimension, she actually lands the Legends in literal Hell with no way out. Astra realizes that a damned ’90s reality show crew is now causing havoc in the manor. Unbeknownst to the Legends, the reality TV crew is causing emotions to spike, as Sara and Ava share their true feelings about their roles as Co-Captains. Meanwhile, Behrad seeks advice about Astra from Nate and Zari, but finds that his past has been put on display instead. Lastly, when Gideon’s opinions are ignored and her relationship with Gary is dismissed, no one could have anticipated what happens.
10 The Fixed Point
Tired of being chased by an evil A.I. and her robo-soliders, Sara decides to create an aberration that will allow the Legends to take back the Evil Waverider. However, the Legends find themselves in a Bar for time-travelers, and quickly learn that this “fixed point” is popular with time-travelers, leaving Sara questioning her odds at winning. With Behrad and Astra growing closer, Zari and Spooner are forced to awkwardly interact with each other as the rest of the Legends are paired up on the mission. Meanwhile, Ava hears Gwyn’s plan to save his boyfriend, and Ava is forced to remind him of the consequences if he succeeds.
11 Rage Against the Machines
With the help of an unexpected source, the Legends break a fixed point, creating an aberration that will attract the Evil Waverider. The Legends are soon shocked at who has been hunting them, and Sara tries to negotiate which doesn’t go as planned. Seemingly out of options, Gwyn rises to the occasion by using his military experience and hatches a stealth plan. Meanwhile, Gary helps Astra realize why she is sidelining Gideon from the mission. Series star Jes Macallan directs.
12 Too Legit to Quit
With Gideon hurt, the Legends only have one way to save her. Once Evil Gideon is active, she continues to try to destroy the Legends, until Gideon reminds her of a certain protocol she must follow. Trying to help, Gideon negotiates a deal to save the Legends but to get them to agree, she breaks a major rule. Meanwhile, the Legends come up with another plan that could potentially solve all their problems.
13 Knocked Down, Knocked Up
In the season seven finale, the Legends are all disappointed and hurt by Gideon’s actions, but Gideon is horrified when AI Gideon tells her about Gary. Itching to get back to doing what they love best, they realize that Gwyn has broken the treaty and must find him. Meanwhile, Sara keeps an important secret from Ava because she doesn’t know how she will react.

About this show

Having spent last season trying to track down the Loom of Fate, the Legends must now save history from a foe like none they’ve encountered in the past or future. Waverider co-captains Sara Lance and Ava Sharpe have dealt with monsters, time anomalies, and most recently, villains from Hell, but this season they will face something even more challenging and bizarre ... space aliens! After one of their own is abducted by a ruthless alien, this new mission becomes personal. It will take more than the combined powers of John Constantine, Mick Rory, Nate Heywood, and brother-sister duo, Zari and Behrad Tarazi, to save the world for a sixth time. They must recruit a new Legend, a woman who was abducted by aliens when she was a child and supposedly imbued with powers that will help the team defeat their intergalactic foes. Either that or she’s just crazy...
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Aura Honeydew
February 6, 2018
Definitely should have stopped after season one, season one is focused and entertaining solid as show can be! Season two is A CHEAP KNOCKOFF OF INFINITY GAUNTLET, the Spear of Destiny arc is bland and unimpressive even makes the Legion of Doom lame using characters that have already been overused in the CW shows and frankly feeling way underpowered as a legitimate threat that needs to be stopped with a team of superheroes and time travel consisting of a Malcolm, a ninja, Damien, a ninja with telekinesis that makes Malcolm seem inessential, Reverse Flash, and CPT cold. The ending also is anticlimactic as it's too self contained and ends with one of those obnoxious cliffhanger which makes the characters seem incompetent. Season Three is just episodic time travel stories basically [historical figure] is out of their time... [forced reason while that results with the world dying] not even exaggerating. There's an episode where a beautiful woman from Rome is in the 1920s WB movie lot and everyone immediately goes into "The Purge" mode because she started starring in movies and the studios employees fought to the death to have her.
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Court Z (taterCourt)
May 15, 2019
The first season was great, though I can see how the plot for season 2 was nothing new. But I LOVE THIS SHOW for the campy jokes and snazzy one-liners. I love the blend of characters and how they actually have story lines that force the characters out of the norm. There is actual growth to many of the characters. I love Ray's hopeful heart and kindness; I adore Sara's strength and her development to reveal that she is vulnerable. I always have hope that Nyssara will be endgame, but AvaLance has capture my heart in so many ways. Like all the Arrowverse shows and their extreme drama moments, Legends has those too but always keeps a lightheartedness to it that makes it fun to watch.
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Michael Van Houten
June 7, 2020
This show is dope af. Its got an absolutely adorable and whacky cast that are hilarious to watch and truly feel like legends and not some cut and paste superhero personalities. Personally i think it hits it stride around season 3 where the show seems to truly embrace its whackier side more than the serious, but i would be lying if i said i didn't cry multiple times anyway. I've seen this show get a bit of a bad rep and people think more highly of shows like arrow and the flash but i think this show truly encapsulates what DC is, not just darker comics than Marvel but a brand that is willing to take risks and delve deep into the dark and light-hearted alike. Watching this show made me giddy with excitement and amusement, if you like rag tag groups of losers just absolutely bumbling through plans then you gotta check this show out.
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