Struggling with the demons themselves and changing reality, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow did not participate in the crossover of Arrowverse, but delivered an episode simply delicious and funny, and that joked with the fact of not participating citing that Barry, Kara and Oliver desperately called them.
But let’s get to the episode …
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Charlie is finally realizing that he is part of the group, that they accepted her as she is, even though she is stuck in Amaya’s image, and seeing Zari as a cat was sensational, as it brought her a race against time, as she needs to save Constantine and avoid the worst for the Legends.
On the first attempt, they discover that without Constantine, Sara died against the demon unicorn and Zari was transformed into a cat, while Mick, Garima, Nate and Ray became a group that exterminates and collects demon heads for revenge. So Constantine and Charlie need Mona’s help to change things, and there in the past they kill the unicorn.
Then they have a second attempt, but they discover that Mick, Nate and Ray died at the hands of the infernal Fairy Godmother and Sara and Ava, with an android version of Gideon, assembled a trio that kills demons without questioning or giving chances. Zari, Charlie and Constantine once again have to race against time …
Here comes the 3rd and hilarious attempt, since fighting a demon, the legends become puppets in DC’s Puppets of Tomorrow, with the song and teaching of the day, which was sensational.
In the end Constantine realized that she cannot escape what she did to Des and so she decides to keep the timeline in the same way. And on his return he has an important conversation with Sara, who makes it clear that she will help him solve these problems.
Then we find out that the demon Neron is infiltrating the Time Agency and approaching Hank, which can cause problems for everyone, especially Constantine.
Let the staff of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow from the outside it was an excellent choice, as they dealt with their own reality problems and did not overload the other series, in addition, they needed to deal with the relationship of all the characters in the series.