Arrow & The Flash #66: Arrow #33: Blast Radius / Legends Of Tomorrow #12: Last Refugee

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Last Refugee, the 12th episode of Legends Of Tomorrow, was first broadcasted on April 21, 2016 with a script by Chris Fedak & Matthew Maala and directed by Rachel Talalay.

Gideon uses the Pilgrim’s temporal distortions to predict her next move. After they successfully rescue Mick and Sara’s younger selves, Gideon loses track of the Pilgrim’s movements, allowing her to take out any of the team members without them knowing. The Pilgrim goes after Ray in 2014, but the team arrives just in time to save his former self and prevent Ray’s death. Rip decides to abduct the rest of the team’s infant selves to prevent the Pilgrim from killing any selves of them. They are successful, bringing the infants to Rip’s adoptive mother for her to look after until they can stop the Pilgrim. The Pilgrim kidnaps the team members’ loved ones, threatening to kill them unless the members give themselves up. Rip agrees to give up his younger self from before he became a Time Master, thus preventing the team’s formation, in exchange for everyone’s safety. The Pilgrim agrees, but the team sets a trap for her, managing to kill her. Afterward, Ray and Kendra become engaged. Rip says that the only time to stop Savage is in 2166, at the peak of the latter’s power.

Wow, that one went all over the place didn’t they, I’ve never seen a more sloppier episode of a TV show than this one, just so many subplots in this episode that don’t mesh together well at all, sloppy writing, sloppy editing, just a poorly made episode, it does have some good action to it but everything else was just bad.


Blast Radius is the 33rd episode of Arrow and the 10th episode of season two, first broadcasted on January 15, 2014 with a script by Jake Coburn & Keto Shimizu and directed by Rob Hardy.

Oliver continues his search for the man in the skull mask while Felicity has been traveling to Central City to visit Barry, who is in a coma due to being hit by the lightning. Serial bomber Mark Scheffer, who goes by the name “Shrapnel”, begins setting off bombs across Starling City as an anti-government movement. Blood begins his campaign for mayor and decides to organize a Unity Rally for the city. Scheffer targets the rally, but Oliver is able to stop Scheffer, who is arrested; and the bombs are disarmed. During the commotion, Thea witnesses Roy using his new strength and confronts him. As the vigilante, Oliver makes an alliance with Blood. Meanwhile, Quentin starts looking for the inside man in the police department associated with Cyrus. Investigating Blood, Laurel visits a mental institution, where she finds Blood’s mother, who reveals that he killed his father and put her in the institution to cover it up. In a flashback, Slade experiences adverse effects to his mind and personality due to the Mirakuru, with which he secretly separates from Oliver and Sara.

Decent episode, good story, good action, good character development, a enjoyable episode.

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