The Legends of Tomorrow: Zari – Review

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The Legends were at it again in last night’s episode, “Zari”. Disaster is never far in The Legends of Tomorrow. Which, of course, is one of the best thing about this show. While Nathan was trying to figure out what was going on with Amaya, the rest of the team is out trying to stop another anachronism. Thanks to the distress call from one of the Time Bureau’s very own, Gray, the team is racing to 2042 to help put things back to their rightful place.

Zari is quite the woman and can obviously take care of herself. It was interesting to get to know her and to hear her history. 2042 does not sound like a pleasant place, considering that metahumans are locked away and tested on. Plus, religion is banned as well. It makes so much sense why Zari would be fighting against the oppressors and has no desire for the Legends to save her.

It was hilarious how taken Mick was with Zari. Her, ” I don’t give a damn” attitude was appealing to him and we can all see why. Plus, being a rebel and an attractive woman makes things a little easier. I have to say, Mick has become one of my favorite characters. That is one of the appeals of this show. All the characters add something and you can’t help but fall in love with all of them. It is something I really appreciate about The Legends of Tomorrow.

OK, what did the water witch mean when she said, ” I’d just be killing myself”? Does this mean Amaya is related to her somehow? Which, is very possible, considering all the time jumping that everyone is able to do. Yet, Amaya is not evil at all, but that witch is totally evil. I am looking forward to knowing more and to see how it all plays out. There is so much more to this story and I can’t wait to explore it! Plus, I kinda hope for another show down between the two of them. Amaya was just starting to give into her totem, but it was just the tip of the iceberg. I have a feeling when she goes all out, it will be a quite the show.

Anyone else getting annoyed with the Time Bureau and Sharpe? Why do they have to stick their noses into everything? I do enjoy the tension and conflict it causes between her and Sara. They truly hate each other! Although, I have to admit, the game of space chicken was quite exciting. I don’t think Sharpe realizes just how serious Sara is. You don’t want to mess with her, Sharpe! She is out for blood and yours will do very nicely! I also wonder when we will see Rip again. Is he just sitting back and letting the two women try to kill each other? If he is in charge, why doesn’t he call of his hound dog? Stupid Time Bureau, you’re all very irritating! Well, except Gary, he’s fun and dweeby. I  have a soft spot for dweeby people.

Sara, with a dangerous twinkle in her eye. Photo Credit: The CW

Sara, with a dangerous twinkle in her eye. Photo Credit: The CW

The Legends of Tomorrow is a ton of fun to watch. I love that there is a ton of action, but it isn’t the normal super hero saves the day kind of stuff. The Legends are constantly messing things up and creating bigger time anomalies. It’s funny but is also serious with a side of mystery. I think the show is really doing a great job and I look forward to the rest of the season. I have no doubt that it will be keeping us on our toes as well as keeping some mystery about things. I love it all!


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J’Dean Meisner