COG writes: Despite the uninspired name, the pretty strong debut of Legends of Tomorrow continues as the crew hangs around in 1975, still trying to do Savage in.
That opening set piece was actually amazing. Not just for the show, but just in general
DC is finally making some noise with all this excellent TV. Eat it Marvel!
Really liking this early in but as I've said before, I wish it could be taken a bit more seriously with less of the oddball over acting like a soap opera.
I could do without all the sex scenes. I'm trying to enjoy this stuff with my kids.
That really stinks. I don't have kids, but Arrow was a major turnoff for me because it focused soooo much on the sex and relationships aspect. Way more than I want in my superhero shows. I heard later seasons got better about it, but it made it really hard for me to get into it.
It is a lot better now. It's mostly a lot of action and trying to do the right thing to save his friends and the city.
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