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{{Quote|And I was right to believe that [[Nate Heywood|my boy]] and all [[Legends|his freaky buddies]] would see this thing through. But you know the only thing missing from that big show of yours? Music|[[Hank Heywood]]}}
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Revision as of 20:42, June 2, 2019

"And I was right to believe that my boy and all his freaky buddies would see this thing through. But you know the only thing missing from that big show of yours? Music"
Hank Heywood
"Hey, World!" is the sixteenth and final episode of the fourth season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and the sixty-seventh episode overall. It aired on May 20, 2019.


While on a mission to find Ray, Constantine and Nora discover Neron’s evil plan. Nate convinces the Legends to think outside the box and suggests a dangerous plan to unite magical creatures and people to save the world.[1]


Preparation ran from December 20, 2018 until January 11, 2019, with a winter break from December 22, 2018 until January 4, 2019. Shooting ran from January 14 until January 24, 2019.[2]


  • The title references the name of the theme park that Hank wanted to create for Nate. It may also reference the Legends introducing themselves to the world in this episode.
  • This is the first appearance of Vandal Savage since "Legendary".
  • After Ava and Zari comment that they should have reached out to the real Trinity (Supergirl, Green Arrow, and The Flash), Sara says that she did ask, but they said no. Nate responds that they (the Legends) "should have done the crossover", a meta-reference to the fact that the Legends were not in the Elseworlds crossover with Supergirl, Green Arrow, and Flash, despite confirmation in "Legends of To-Meow-Meow" from Gideon and Ray that they were invited but chose not to attend.
  • Astra takes sixteen soul coins of history's greatest monsters, including Joseph Stalin, the leader of the Soviet Union, and Caligula, who in history is known as one of the worst Roman emperors of all time as well as Mary Tudor, Genghis Khan, Lizzie Borden, John Wayne Gacy, Charles Manson and Grigori Rasputin and eight others.
  • When the Legends are discussing finishing Heyworld to teach the public that magical creatures are nothing to be afraid of, Sara says "If we build it..." Ava then finishes Sara's sentence by saying "They will come." This is a famous quote from the 1989 film Field of Dreams.
  • Nora slapping Ray's chest repeatedly is a parallel to similar scenes in "No Country for Old Dads" and "Tagumo Attacks!!!".
  • Behrad wears the same shirt under his jacket as worn by Zari in "Here I Go Again".
  • Constantine states that it will take more than a musical number to fix everything. This is a reference to "Séance & Sensibility", as well as an irony foreshadowing the Legends singing Nate back from the dead.
    • "Sweet Baby James", the song that Hank and the Legends use to resurrect Nate, was also sung by Hank to soothe the Minotaur in "Tender is the Nate".
      • The way that they start singing the song, with Hank's spirit being channeled through Mick to get everyone to join in, is similar to "Séance & Sensibility", in which Hank's spirit is channeled through Mick, but for another reason.
      • Phil Klemmer has revealed that the singing in this scene was recorded live on set, and Dominic Purcell (who portrays Mick) sang his line without rehearsal.[3]
    • Ironically, in The Flash season 3 episode "Duet", Barry mentioned that "[his] mom used to say that musicals have the power to make everything better", which is what ends up happening in this situation.


  • Gideon mentions the Anti-Meta-human Act of 2029, but it was previously mentioned in "Zari" that that law came into effect in 2021.
    • However, it's possible that ripples due to time travel caused the law to come into effect later than it had in the previous timeline, or that two Acts of the same name, passed in different years, exist, as often occurs in the real world.
  • Ray and Zari can be heard singing at various points in "Sweet Baby James", though neither of their mouths are moving except in Zari's solo at the beginning.




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