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For the eponymous character, see Zari Tomaz.
"Really? You saved the world?"
"Twice!"
"Then why does it still suck?
"
Zari Tomaz and Ray Palmer
"Zari" is the third episode of the third season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and the thirty-sixth episode overall. It aired on October 24, 2017.

Synopsis

When Sara receives a distress call from their "befriended" agent at the Time Bureau, she learns that they have been tasked with going to the future to capture a rogue time traveler. Unfortunately, the Legends make things worse by trying to protect an outlaw named Zari, to hopefully lure in the time traveling assassin. Meanwhile, Stein tries to diagnose Amaya's condition, but Nate discovers an unusual treatment that Amaya begrudgingly agrees to.[src]

Videos

Production

Preparation ran from July 19 until July 27, 2017. Shooting ran from July 28 until August 10, 2017.[1]

Trivia

Goofs

  • Meta-humans like the Flash still seem to operate in 2024,[3] despite the Anti-Meta-Human Act of 2021.
    • Due to Oliver Queen becoming a deputized agent of the SCPD after 2018, it stands to reason that he and even several of the other heroes present were working alongside local law enforcement and possibly even A.R.G.U.S., and thus no longer considered "vigilantes" or "illegal meta-humans".
    • Also, Rip Hunter stated that the future is constantly in flux,[4] meaning this scenario could be just one of many potential future timelines.
  • The A.R.G.U.S. drone speaks Nate's full name as "Nathaniel", yet mistakenly transcribes it as "Nathan".
  • Zari states the word "jannah" means "sanctuary" in Arabic. "Jannah" actually translates to "garden" or "paradise" in Arabic. The actual Arabic term for sanctuary would be "malja" or "maladh".
  • Ray, Sara, and Mick are all listed on a meta-human registry, despite not actually being meta-humans.
    • However, they may be part of the registry for abetting and associating with known meta-humans, or for having skills or equipment making them equal to meta-human powers.

References

  1. Marc Guggenheim‏ (@mguggenheim) - Twitter)
  2. Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) - Twitter)
  3. "Pilot"
  4. "Last Refuge"
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