Victor Garber

Legends of Tomorrow recap: 'The Justice Society of America'

The Justice Society of America knows what they’re doing.

Just look at the way they take down the Legends in the first five minutes of the episode. When the JSA confronts the team of misfits about being in 1942 and stepping on their turf, they roundly knock out the heroic wannabes, even though Heywood gets excited about Commander Steel (a.k.a. Heywood’s grandfather) and — oh, right! — the Legends try to explain they’ve met Rex (a.k.a. Hourman) before, when he warned them in the season finale to stay away.

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Legends of Tomorrow finale recap: 'Legendary'

So after all those temporal pit stops and misadventures and road blocks, did the “legends” finally become actual…legends

If all you wanted them to do was kill Vandal Savage, then yes, they’re legends. If you, as Stein pointed out in the pilot, require legends to die first, well then, Rip Hunter apologizes for not going through with flying into the sun. 

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Victor Garber on Legends of Tomorrow's season finale: 'We want to finish what we started'

There are no strings on the Legends of Tomorrow anymore. With the Oculus destroyed, the team heads into Thursday’s season finale with its free will restored — but will that be enough to defeat Vandal Savage? The key could lie with Stein, played by Victor Garber. EW caught up with Garber to get the scoop on how Stein features into the group’s big showdown with Vandal and why time travel is having such a moment.

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Legends of Tomorrow recap: 'River of Time'

I take back every good thing I’ve ever said about Ray. 

Okay, fine, that’s a bit harsh, but come on: For one of the team’s smartest people, Ray turned out to be the dimmest when it came to handling Savage one-on-one. How could he have been so easily manipulated into freeing him when they were this close to getting rid of the immortal bastard once and for all?! 

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