None of them are if you found them okay... You need to work on your sense of humor
Schroeswald wrote: Being killed in a giant explosion and said to be dead for five real life years without a single hint to anything otherwise = almost always dead
Yeah, I'm just saying that they could be saving his ressurrection for a series finale of The Flash type of situation; at least with Ronnie
No body= no death.
Yeah. I think they purposely didn’t show Ronnie dying on screen on purpose, and I think there could still be a way that Eddie is alive somehow.
Their appearances were but mere cameos. If anything they might be shown to pop back up when the crossover resumes in January. Also, we all know that with everyone but the paragons being wiped out, that the 7 will find a way to mostly restore everyone. Meaning Lucifer's Earth/ the Titan's Earth will be restored no problem, and likely remain separate. But looking at Supergirl's Earth for example, all the regulars were shown to have made it to Earth-1. So they could restore/ or fuse Earth 1/Earth-38 into one single Earth and bring back everyone lost.
Honestly, I voted for changing Ep to have an Ep-like-template for each episode. It's the best solution imo, even if takes a while to fully implement.
I think right now for is Ruby's acting at times is not the best, but just like I gave Stephen a chance, I will for her too. So far, the castings for their Arrowverse heroes have been surprising, but in the end, the ones cast have been the best person for the job.
^^^^ That could be. I could also see him turning over a new leaf for Nate
Yeah, but at this point I have faith in the Arrowverse writers cause I wasn't too thrilled with Stephen, Grant or Melissa's casting at first and I love them in their roles now. But yeah, I can't say im not bummed it's not someone else. The real world age of John Cryer is definately throwing me off. XD If it hadn't been him, who had u thought about possibly taking on the Lex Luthor mantle? I suppose ur right about that thinking complex James has.
Do you think she will ever find out about Kara being SG? Speaking of Lex... I am excited to see how this version will play out on SG! Yeah, like I could see why Lena was trying to push James a particular way. He could have been more vocal and honest because as Lena pointed out (your meeting a group of domestic terrorists in an an undisclosed location; that's how journalists end up dead). Case in point, he seems to be getting kidnapped at the end of the episode. Sometimes, I get the feeling that James think he is invulnerable, but he's still just a human.
So is Hank going to be the big bad of the series along with whatever is trying to get to John? They've always had secondary villain and then the big bad of the season.
Lol meant Lena. XD Was on my phone and it changed it to Lana. Eh. But, he (James) also causing the same fear to continue by not taking a stand. I say he's to rash and not thinking about his decisions. I do agree that Lena is getting dangerously close to crossing the point of no return. I do hope that this season finally solves the question of wether or not she will succumb to her dark side or be good. If they want to have her be an antihero operating in the gray area... Then they just need to make it a bit more clear.
Anyway this episode was some classical Legends fun, but i feel Charlie isn't really fitting with this whole team. Probably because she has no real superpowers or special equipment. Gotta fix that Legends. Maybe bring back the shapeshifting.
I agree with you there. As much as I love Maise, they clearly made the Charlie character to keep her on the show but write out Amaya.
Okay, so I gotta say... On one hand, I'm glad that after 4 seasons James is relevant to the plot... But part of me still dislikes the character. To me he's always going to be the weakest link in terms of storyline and how the writers handle him. Then there's the whole idea of in theory I get why he wants to not denounce the Children of Liberty... But maybe it's cause i'm POC and woman that I just can't tolerate people who try to play both sides. Lena was right in the sense that things have escalated with them and he shouldn't be trying to cater to them. It's just so aggravating. Personally, I'm enjoying Manchester Black's arc better. I also have to agree that they really should have been slowly weaving the Dreamer bits in the episodes better. It felt shoe horned in this episode in particular. Alll in all though, it's such a strong season. They lost me last season, but I think its safe to say, they got me back as a viewer.
Eh, to be honest. Wally never made much sense to have as main character. He should be more like Jesse. Pops in here and there, but not in every episode.