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(Reviews) Legends Of Tomorrow 2x17; Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 4x16

Legends Of Tomorrow 2x17; Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 4x16



Legends Of Tomorrow 2x17

The toy Waverider is so cute!!! :)

Pretty wild episode. I guess they took care of the time aberrations pretty quick. Someone's been watching a lot of Somewhere In Time with the heart-plucking thing.

I did enjoy the scene between Sara and Laurel very much.

So Mick doesn't have a partner but a team. He's finally gotten it.

Rip gone? Damn!

I could live with Amaya and Nate going to 1942. I think Nate would do very well living in the past.

What a cliffhanger! Oh, well, at least Ray has experience. :)

Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 4X16

They've really stepped up their game. Very interesting episode!

Double layers: Radcliffe said the virtual world would be each person's desires, and I assumed that meant each person would have a different world. But then we see everyone under the same HYDRA-conquered world (an interesting tie-in to the comics, BTW), facilitated by Aida. It appears that the desires are there, but sublimated.

So we get Ward in Skye's bed, though she gets points for thinking of Lincoln first, and I figured he was the mole. A double agent for the good guys!

Coulson is a history teacher, living a quiet life. Methinks he would be happy to live such a life if not captivated by S.H.I.E.L.D.

May is high up in her chosen profession. Unfortunately, wrong agency.

Fitz is a high-up scientist, manipulated shamelessly by Aida, who as she said, needs his creativity.

What's Mack's place in this Bizarro world? It'll be interesting to find out!





Tags: agents of s.h.i.e.l.d., aida, grant ward/skye, heat wave, holden radcliffe, laurel lance, legends of tomorrow, leo fitz, mack mackenzie, melinda may, mick rory, phil coulson, review, sara lance, tv, white canary
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