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dex14 03-14-17 07:36 PM

DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 
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HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM - When the Legends track Commander Steel (guest star Matthew MacCaull) to NASA Headquarters in 1970, they learn where Nate's (Nick Zano) grandfather hid the last fragment of the Spear of Destiny. The team notices a time aberration during the Apollo 13 mission and believes that the Legion of Doom might be involved. As the Legends journey into space to intercept Apollo 13, the Waverider suffers massive internal damage and Ray's (Brandon Routh) life is left in jeopardy when he is stranded on the moon. Meanwhile, tension grows between Rip (Arthur Darvill) and Sara (Caity Lotz) as to who is the leader of the team. Victor Garber, Franz Drameh, Maisie Richarson-Sellers and Dominic Purcell also star. Kevin Mock directed the episode written by Grainne Godfree (#214). Original airdate 3/14/2017.

Eric F 03-15-17 03:13 AM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 
Wait. Why doesn't super-speed work without gravity?:lol:

At least they finally managed to work The Banana Boat Song in to the show.:banana:

Red Dog 03-15-17 04:16 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 
The song was hilarious.

Deftones 03-15-17 05:58 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 
So Thawne runs off an in-flight ship to where exactly? :lol:

Eric F 03-15-17 06:10 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 

Originally Posted by Deftones (Post 13032668)
So Thawne runs off an in-flight ship to where exactly? :lol:

He hit the ground (water?) running...:lol:

Xiroteus 03-15-17 09:27 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 

Originally Posted by Eric F (Post 13032048)
Wait. Why doesn't super-speed work without gravity?:lol:

At least they finally managed to work The Banana Boat Song in to the show.:banana:

Maybe for running yet I did a "what?" when they said that. His arms, movement, perception can still move at super speed.

will travel 03-16-17 12:55 AM

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I got misty eyed with Thawne mentioned he missed working with Caitlin and Cisco.

DJariya 03-16-17 01:31 AM

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rotfl at Stein singing Day-O

I was crying when he did that. It was so random and hilarious.

PhantomStranger 03-16-17 02:41 PM

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This show is making sure every JSA member ends up prematurely dead.

DJariya 03-16-17 02:43 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 
I did think it was funny that Franz Drameh got to actually speak with his normal English accent in this episode, although briefly.

uberjoe 03-16-17 02:57 PM

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I love how fun this show is and have no problem "suspending disbelief" as long as the craziness is consistent in the world created. That said, if Ray's suit could fly to the orbiter, why didn't he just fly down to the flag first and retrieve the piece of the spear?

robin2099 03-16-17 05:54 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 

Originally Posted by Eric F (Post 13032048)
Wait. Why doesn't super-speed work without gravity?:lol:

At least they finally managed to work The Banana Boat Song in to the show.:banana:

It wasn't that, he couldn't use his super speed otherwise Black Flash would find him and he couldn't go anywhere.

Good episode. I'm undecided if I would like a new cast each season or if I want Nate and Amiah to stay for next season.

blairwitchfan 03-16-17 05:57 PM

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No, they (I think Palmer) specifically stated that Thawne's super-speed wouldn't work in the no-gravity.

Jason 03-16-17 09:16 PM

Re: DC's Legends of Tomorrow (S2E14) -- "Moonshot" -- 3/14/17
 

Originally Posted by blairwitchfan (Post 13033561)
No, they (I think Palmer) specifically stated that Thawne's super-speed wouldn't work in the no-gravity.

At one point they were on the moon. The moon has gravity.

Like I care. I enjoy this show too much to care about them violating the rules of comic book physics.

Eric F 03-16-17 10:07 PM

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Thawne still should have been able to kick Ray's ass, even if he couldn't run. He still thinks and moves at super-speed. Thawne should have been able to figure out how to navigate in Zero-G instantly.

Xiroteus 03-16-17 10:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Eric F (Post 13033736)
Thawne still should have been able to kick Ray's ass, even if he couldn't run. He still thinks and moves at super-speed. Thawne should have been able to figure out how to navigate in Zero-G instantly.

I live to know how gravity stops his perception of time to normal. Somehow it also stops is arms from going fast.....who knows. Sometimes comic logic is fine other times it's lacking.

PhantomStranger 03-17-17 02:22 PM

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Let us never speak of that silly fight between Reverse Flash and Ray inside in a lunar module ever again.

The Arrowverse has never had a good grasp of the Atom's powers. He can literally shrink down to the size of an atom, hence his name. There was no good reason why Reverse Flash should see him.

randian 03-17-17 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by PhantomStranger (Post 13034146)
The Arrowverse has never had a good grasp of the Atom's powers. He can literally shrink down to the size of an atom, hence his name. There was no good reason why Reverse Flash should see him.

Also, there's no reason for an unenhanced human to be able to damage Ray's suit.

TGM 03-17-17 04:53 PM

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this is my favorite superhero show on TV right now. such goofy fun

whotony 03-30-17 10:02 PM

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Wow. This ep could be on How did this get Made podcast.

Human damaged a guy who has an enhanced suit that has the ability to shrink to the size of an ataom.
Atom could have gone straight to the moon to get the piece.

Thawne works at Nasa as a doctor?

I don't buy Thawne can't use speed in zero grav.

It's about time Atom makes a suit that isn't damaged so easliy all the time.


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