With Sara (Caity Lotz), Ray (Brandon Routh), and Mick (Dominic Purcell) returned from the Crisis and the Legends new mission underway, the Waverider makes for the Golden Age of Hollywood. It is a time when organized crime extended into Southern California and the myth of Bugsy Siegel was just starting. But as this preview for next week’s Legends of Tomorrow reveals, Bugsy is back from the dead and looking to get get some revenge on the mooks who set him up.
Meanwhile, this week’s season premiere was a confident return to form with the show poking fun at itself, the crossover, and so much more. But even in that, we had some great emotional stuff like Nate (Nick Zano) trying to remember Zari (Tala Ashe), Ava (Jes Macallan) trying to find the right words to comfort Sara and Behrad (Shayan Sobhian) proving to be a vital and indispensable part of the team — even if he only blinked into existence a few months ago. And it seems Crisis has not erased any of the Legends’ actions in the last few years, nor has it stopped Hell from unleashing history’s greatest monsters. If they’re as fun as Rasputin (Michael Eklund), then this will be a grand year for Legends of Tomorrow.
Sadly, it seems we’re saying goodbye to Mona (Ramona Young). Not everyone loved her out in the wide Internet, but letting go of any Legend is something we hate to do. Hopefully, she’ll make a few more appearances as time wears on, just as some of the other former Legends have before her.
Legends of Tomorrow airs Tuesdays on The CW.