- "All right. We're facing an army of Romans, Vikings, and pirates. But you know what today is? Today is the day that we prove that Rip did not sacrifice his life in vain! And today is the day that we prove that we are not losers! And today is the day that we earn the name 'Legends'!"
- —Sara Lance
The Legends plan to vanquish Mallus by using the totems doesn't go as planned, forcing Rip to improvise. The team finds itself regrouping in the Wild West where they run into their old pal Jonah Hex. Sara leaves Ray in charge of watching Damien Darhk, while she comes up with a new plan. Meanwhile, Amaya is determined to find a way to use the totems to destroy Mallus.
- The title references the 1966 film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, a film which, like the majority of this episode, is set in the Old West.
- The respective emblems when the title card is shown doesn't appear at the beginning, mostly due to Rip's apparent death.
- Rip's flashbacks while going to confront Mallus are from the episodes "", "", and "" respectively.
- It's revealed everyone has been getting the pronunciation of Mallus' name wrong. The correct pronunciation is "Malice".
- While intoxicated, Nate describes what the original Totem bearers did as "They beat him with the Care Bear stare!" and compares the combining of powers into a new being like Voltron.
- If you listen closely while Nate is attacking the jumpship, you can hear him yell "Damn it, Ray!" in the exact same voice as in "".
- Mick and the rest of the Legends relaxing in Aruba is a reference to the first episode of the season, "".
- Zari notes that she nearly gets killed with the Legends each week, making it a slight fourth-wall joke on the fact that airs once a week.
- Zari says Gary's blonde wig is "very presidential," referring to Donald Trump, the president of the United States.
- When the Legends use the totems to create something to fight Mallus, Sara says to think of something pure and thanks to what Nate came up with, they end up forming a giant Beebo doll. This may be a reference to the Stay Puft marshmallow man from the Ghostbusters franchise, where the titular team is told that the destructor would come, taking a form chosen by the group. Three of the four present don't choose anything, but the fourth member of the team tries to think of something harmless and ends up summoning a giant Stay Puft marshmallow man.
- Ray is the only member of the Legends who does not fight Mallus in the final battle. However, he did wield the Water Totem when the team tried using all of the totems against Mallus at once earlier in the episode.
- This episode marks the last appearance of Keiynan Lonsdale (Wally West) in the show as a series regular, as he doesn't return for Season 4.
- This episode marks the last appearance of Jes Macallan (Ava Sharpe) and Courtney Ford (Nora Darhk) in the recurring cast, as they were promoted to series regulars for the next season.
- This episode and the last episode, "" suggest that Donald Trump succeeds Barack Obama as president of the United States in the same way as in reality. However, as of the crossover, Susan Brayden is president in of the United States on Earth-1.
- It is possible that Trump tried and failed to become president.
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