DC’s Legends of Tomorrow recently completed its seventh -and hopefully not final- season so Kneel Before Pod continues the grand tradition of talking about it. The discussion covers self examination, building to natural end points and time travel rules.
“Knocked Down, Knocked Up”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow wraps up its seventh season with the tying up of loose ends, farewells and a visit to the First World War.
“Too Legit To Quit”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has the team consider their future as change appears to be radical and imminent for all of them.
“Rage Against The Machines”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow delivers the confrontation between the team and their robot duplicates.
“The Fixed Point”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has the team try to lure their robot duplicates with a plan to prevent the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and the outbreak of the First World War.
“Lowest Common Demoninator”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow traps the team in a Hell produced reality show that heightens their personalities for the sake of drama.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow returns with a shift in perspective to the android duplicates pursuing the original team.
“A Woman’s Place Is in the War Effort!”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow takes the team to 1945 where they combat racism, sexism and a tight manufacturing deadline.
“Deus Ex Latrina”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has the team stuck in another unforgiving time period as Bishop’s plan is made clearer.
“It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Scientist”
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow introduces the scientist that could be the key to returning the team to their own time.