Legends of Tomorrow Season 3 Episode 2



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Back to basics as the legends head off to 1890 to the Circus of P.T. Barnum to fix time and take a sabortooth tiger back to it’s time period. When Barnum finds out that that Nate, Ray and Jackson have abilities he captures them and forces them to take part in his Freakshow. One of his so called freaks seems to be the superhero B’wana Beast.

Amaya rejoins the team to help capture the sabortooth tiger and tells the team her powers are beginning to take her over when she uses them, she also tells Nate that she is sorry for leaving him without a single word or even a note.

Ava and Gary of the Time Bureau arrive to sort things out and end getting on the punchy side of Sara. Letting slip that Rip thinks the team can take on a huge threat that will soon be here, the Legends don’t take it too seriously.

In the finale scene we see a cloaked figure approach a lake and read an incantation which summons a watery figure form from the lake that we learn is called Kuasa. Is this the treat that Rip knows is coming? Who is the mysterious cloaked woman? Time will tell.

The Legends are so inept it’s hard to believe they’ve survived this long. Not a single member of the team can do the most simple of tasks without messing up. 3 seasons in and I think it’s time the writers stopped doing slapstick and going for jokes and just make the team a capable unit able to complete their missions without first making them worse.


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