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(IMDB)   2 DC series on The CW, 2 diff. ep. title lengths. On S7 E3 of Legends of Tomorrow, human Gideon has "wvrdr_error_100 ‹oest-of-th3-gs.gid30n› not found" at 8 ㏘ EDT. Guess which trophy fell into wrong hands on S3 E3 "Freeze" of Batwoman at 9?   (imdb.com) divider line
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2021-10-27 8:02:38 PM  
Smallville Kent's farm??
 
2021-10-27 8:03:38 PM  
Trying to read that headline makes me smell burning toast
 
2021-10-27 8:21:32 PM  
Ray Palmer / Atom! So, this is gonna be an episode guest-starring characters who left over the seasons? Are we gonna see Rip Hunter?

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Trying to read that headline makes me smell burning toast

Sorry, blame this episode's title writer. The actual episode title is: "wvrdr_error_100<oest_of_th3_gs.gid30​n> not found" but Fark wouldn't let me use <angle brackets> even with the HTML Named Entity workaround, so I had to improvise. Also I had to add a space to get past a Fark maximum-word-length filter.
 
2021-10-27 8:21:54 PM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Trying to read that headline makes me smell burning toast


Wha/te/ve/r d/o y/o/u mean?/
 
2021-10-27 8:22:28 PM  

TheMatt: Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Trying to read that headline makes me smell burning toast

Wha/te/ve/r d/o y/o/u mean?/


Aww man. Fark doesn't allow Zalgo text? Boo! (But I can see why...)
 
2021-10-27 8:38:25 PM  
FINALLY, the return of HAWKMAN!!!

/give the guy credit for juevos, anyway
 
2021-10-27 8:50:15 PM  
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2021-10-27 8:53:13 PM  
Captain singing the Captain &...
 
2021-10-27 9:05:34 PM  
Protecting daughter from Daddy?
 
2021-10-27 9:27:08 PM  
Who you callin' "boy", Alice?
 
2021-10-27 9:34:03 PM  
Assuming hyperthermal Bat-panties are a thing...
 
2021-10-27 9:56:57 PM  
I'm a bit behind. Are they gonna do anything about other citizens who might try to drive on that bridge? At night?
 
2021-10-27 10:00:15 PM  
You're gonna need an oceaaann...
 
2021-10-27 10:04:29 PM  
Okay, that last scene with Mary implies that someone's found Poison Ivy's plant-control formula.
 
2021-10-27 10:19:10 PM  

COMALite J: I'm a bit behind. Are they gonna do anything about other citizens who might try to drive on that bridge? At night?


Salt?
 
2021-10-27 10:55:36 PM  

neeNHA: COMALite J: I'm a bit behind. Are they gonna do anything about other citizens who might try to drive on that bridge? At night?

Salt?

I mean a quick call to Gotham traffic police to close the bridge?
 
2021-10-28 8:33:24 AM  
I just assumed the Batmobile could make a jump like that. Have we seen the Batmobile actually do anything other than use that grappling hook?

And as for Legends, it was fantastic seeing most of the old gang there. Do you think five years from now we're going to reminisce about Spooner, Astra, Gideon and Behrad?

I say it every week, it's still my favorite show on TV, but clearly the original draw of the show was having all of these minor DC villains and heroes working time traveling together.

I am wondering why they have gotten away from that?
 
2021-10-28 10:08:08 AM  

buntz: Do you think five years from now we're going to reminisce about Spooner, Astra, Gideon and Behrad?


I mean, I actually found myself happy to see Hawkdouche, which I didn't think would be actually possible.

One of the things that gets me about Legends is that, as the proudly dumbest show of the lot, it's also the show that's the most "the writers are all going to therapy and taking it seriously" too. Pretty much all of the intra-crew conflict, and some of the external conflicts, are resolved with honest apologies and conversations about how people feel and other people validating those emotions. The flashback episode's climax is Gideon recognizing a primal trauma and then integrating that trauma and accepting it as part of herself.

And it's refreshing! It never feels Very Special Episode™ when it happens, in part because it's rooted in such a goof idea.

buntz: I am wondering why they have gotten away from that?


I still think it's because there have been so many times when Warner has stolen characters or tampered with storylines to keep the show universe distinct from the movie universe. But here's hoping that next season gets us Booster Gold, who would be a perfect Legend.
 
2021-10-28 10:26:25 AM  
Subby, you're crazy. They canceled Batwoman after Season 1. There's no Batwoman now, just like there's no Highlander 2.
 
2021-10-28 10:26:26 AM  
t3knomanser:

Listen, we have the same conversation every week, I get it, I'm just disappointed because I, too, found myself happy to see Hawkman. And was actually disappointed they couldn't get hawk girl!
I was disappointed fire storm didn't appear in the suit, I was disappointed that Mona, of all people, wasn't at the book club!!
But years from now, I won't reminisce about Mona, Gary, Astra, and Spooner's mom having adventures!

And I say this every week too, but I can't get past the actress playing Astra speaking through clenched teeth when she talks!
The woman never opens her mouth!
 
2021-10-28 11:34:20 AM  
Legends:

I didn't expect the entire episode to be a deep dive into Gideon's mind, but it was an enjoyable trip.  I always liked her, and with Mick gone, her and Sarah have been on the show the longest.  She's got a nice singing voice, too.

Seems we still have a Bishop problem.  Last season, they used a past Bishop to help defeat a future Bishop, then put him back.. but he took a copy of Gideon.  I wonder if he's responsible for the Waverider blowing up the Waverider.  Or last week's Terminator Hoover.
 
2021-10-28 12:49:07 PM  
Batwoman:

Not the first references to Victor Fries on the CW.  He was name dropped as a colleague of Caitlin Snow's father over on The Flash a while back.  Interesting that his wife was eventually defrosted and cured, but aged rapidly.  I guess the mercenaries they fought were just into the freeze tech for the money.

Jada Jet.. yeah, step lightly around her.  Marquis Jet.. I feel like he'll be even bigger trouble.

Ryan and Sophie.. we all know they'll be together eventually.  It's taking a bit longer than I thought.  Luke and Mary.. well, there's tension there.

And Mary got dragged off by vines.. well, we were told that they cast someone to be Poison Ivy.

Glancing at next week's synopsis, I guess Alice isn't faking the skin crawling feeling.
 
2021-10-28 3:56:53 PM  

buntz: I just assumed the Batmobile could make a jump like that. Have we seen the Batmobile actually do anything other than use that grappling hook?


I think when imposter Bruce Wayne first dug it out of its hiding spot and took it, he used some machine guns and other weapons.. about a year ago.
 
2021-10-28 4:05:45 PM  

Alphax: Legends:

I didn't expect the entire episode to be a deep dive into Gideon's mind, but it was an enjoyable trip.  I always liked her, and with Mick gone, her and Sarah have been on the show the longest.  She's got a nice singing voice, too.

Seems we still have a Bishop problem.  Last season, they used a past Bishop to help defeat a future Bishop, then put him back.. but he took a copy of Gideon.  I wonder if he's responsible for the Waverider blowing up the Waverider.  Or last week's Terminator Hoover.

Bishop seems to be a fun pastiche of what I think the original Big Bad of Season 2 was going to be, before they decided to go all light-hearted fun instead of serious, and before Rip Hunter left the series.

There's a scene that I went into detail about back during Season 1 in which Rip has a conversation with then-teenaged Per Degaton in which Rip let slip enough info that would've told Degaton that (A) time travel is real and achievable, and (B) Rip's biggest motivation is preventing the deaths of his family. I figured they were setting him up to be the Big Bad: someone with Lex Luthor-level genius who knows and wields time travel. And, he'd psychologically manipulate Rip by promising to save his wife and son if Rip and the Legends gave only token resistance to Degaton's schemes to take over all of time, with Rip secretly sabotaging the Legends' efforts.

Bishop seems to be a fun version of Per Degaton in this regard: brilliant on a Luthor level, and knows time travel.
 
2021-10-28 4:23:21 PM  

COMALite J: Bishop seems to be a fun version of Per Degaton in this regard: brilliant on a Luthor level, and knows time travel.


And I gotta be honest... I'm kinda loving the portrayal of Bishop. It's a very fine line between being just a goofball and being actually menacing and they're skimming right on that line. And he sorta went out like a chump at the end of last season, so it's nice to see what comes next.
 
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