The Loop (TV)
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- "When Rip first recruited the Legends, he picked the people that were insignificant to history. The original losers. You don't have to be cool to be a Legend."
- —Sara Lance to Gary Green
|With things getting out of control, Sara and Ava concoct a bold plan to take back the Time Bureau. But when things go awry, Zari and Charlie must work together to discover what Neron is planning. Elsewhere, Constantine, is given a tough choice on who to save from Hell.|
Preparation ran from December 10 until December 18, 2018. Shooting ran from December 12 until December 22, 2018, and then again from January 4 until January 14, 2019.
- The episode's title is a reference to the Terms and Conditions, Terms of Agreement, and/or Terms of Services used by many application companies to present any disclaimers with the app.
- Neron's use of this in the episode may be a reference to a real-life incident where GameStation.com added a clause that stated their customers will be surrendering their immortal soul.
- Constantine's request for parley being turned down because "I'm not a pirate" is a reference to Matt Ryan's role of Edward Kenway in the video game Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.
- Nate says that he wants to punch Neron even though the latter is wearing his best friend's face. Ironically, Nate actually punched Ray by accident thanks to Neron in "".
- The ending of the episode is similar to that of the season 3 episode "", in which a younger version of a Legend encounters and befriends a baby creature (Ray: Gumball; Zari: Wickstable) which is unseen until the next episode.
- The scene of Astra being dragged to Hell is taken directly from the pilot episode of , "".
- Constantine is able to weasel his way out of being killed because if he's killed, his soul will go to Neron, which would severely anger Hell's Triumvirate, who all want their hands on him. This is a nod to one of John's most famous stories in the comics, where, dying of cancer, he offered his soul to each member of the Triumvirate and they were forced to let him go, lest war breakout among them.
- Constantine saving Astra is taken directly from the comics, especially Hellblazer Issue 96.
- Constantine says he would sacrifice the Legends if he could save Astra, possibly referencing "".
- This may also be a reference to ""; when Mallus tricked Sara into using the Death Totem and ended up possessing her; Mallus said he'd free Astra from Hell, but Constantine would have to let him have Sara in exchange. John knew Mallus would never really get Astra back, and thus, rejected the offer. However, when Sara asked John if he'd have traded her for Astra if Mallus really would free the latter, John said he'd have done it in a heartbeat.
- Mick recalls the Legends transforming into a giant Beebo, referring to the Season 3 finale episode, "", when they used the Totems of Zambesi to create a giant Beebo doll in order to kill Mallus.
- This episode marks the second time that Charlie has impersonated Marilyn Monroe, the first time being in "". Jocelyn Panton, who played Marilyn in her first appearance, returns to reprise the role.
- In this episode, young Astra is portrayed by Melody Nosipho Niemann, while in the NBC show she was portrayed by Bailey Tippen.
- When Gary uses Tabitha's powers to become captain of the Waverider, and Gideon asks him where they are going, he says : "To Infinity and Beyond". It is a reference to Buzz Lightyear's tv series.
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