Beginning their strange timesharing arrangement in Supergirl’s slot, the Legends of Tomorrow make their return from their long winter break. We got a hint when last we saw them about a special fan favorite guest star, and that gets follows up on this episode.
The Flash is in for a bad night as we get to see several characters’ “True Colors.” Last episode ended with Barry being captured after Wolfe learned his secret. Now, he’s up for sale, along with several other familiar faces, to Amunet the Blacksmith, played delightfully insanely by the returning Katie Sackhoff.
Supergirl gets to her last episode before another long break in “Both Sides Now.” It starts with a major show of force as the Girl of Steel, the DEO, and Mon-El go to the suburbs to find Purity, the next of the world-killers.
“Past Life” is the last episode before the Agents of SHIELD take a roughly month-long break. With everything they’ve been through, they need it
Arrow’s “All For Nothing” starts with Quentin and Oliver trying something new to get some help in the seemingly futile struggle against Cayden James. James continues to be one step ahead and virtually omniscient. Let’s just say that while Quentin and Oliver don’t get what they want, some ARGUS agents have a much worse
After the sad events of last episode, Black Lightning moves on to “Lawanda: The Book of Burial.”
It’s become a given on most of the CW shows that a scene showing a normal domestic event is going to go strange at best, bad at worst. When “Honey, I Shrunk Team Flash,” opens with Joe trying to figure out how to build a crib, you just know something’s going to happen.
Do you have any idea what my deductible is?
The Supergirl versus Reign story continues in “For Good,” which seems like an apt title for Supergirl in general. Kara is having strange visions of Reign and her fellow world-killers (such a cheery title) and goes in to the DEO to find no one has really made any progress.