Dr. Stein sneaks into a lab and finds out that Savage is trying to create Firestorm.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sara Lance
Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl
Gideon (voice) (as Amy Pemberton)
Mikhail Arkadin
Surveillance Nerd #1
Surveillance Nerd #2
Attractive Employee


When Vandal Savage retreats behind the Iron Curtain in the early 1980's, a string of Nuclear scientist's Begin to mysteriously disappear the team follows Vandal's trail straight into the Heart of the Soviet Union in an attempt to find his next target, Ray tries to Bond with a Beautiful soviet scientist Valentina Vostock in the hope's of finding out Vandal's next move when Valentina rejects him its Snart to the rescue, Stein pushes Jax to be Better which frustrates Jax and ultimately threatens the Firestorm Matrix. Rip askes Sara to train Kendra. Written by joseph monaghan

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11 February 2016 (USA)  »

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Ray is called "Boy Scout" by Captain Cold. A nickname for Superman is "the Big Blue Boy Scout." Routh previously played Superman in Superman Returns (2006). See more »


Ray Palmer says, "In point of fact, I completed all 21 merit badges, including Nuclear Science, so I'm an Eagle Scout." However, Nuclear Science isn't one of the 21 required merit badges for an Eagle Scout. Additionally, it wasn't introduced until 2005, and for Ray to have been 18 or under in 2005, he would've been 15 or younger when he was in Professor Stein's class in college, which is not impossible but is unlikely, given that Stein claims not to remember him and someone of that age in an advanced physics class would presumably have been at least somewhat uncommon and therefore memorable. See more »


Ray Palmer: Better go bone up on Vostok's CV.
Leonard Snart: I guess I'll bone up on the ballet. Gideon, bone me.
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References Rocky IV (1985) See more »

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"Legends of Tomorrow" is suffering from not much plot development, and an unclear focus of where it wants to go. In this episode, the "legends" jump ten years into the future with the objective of breaking into the Pentagon and steal some information that will help them stop Savage. Why and how, and all those minor details that make a show have any kind of logic don't matter much.

Nonetheless, the show keeps doing a good job in the way it uses its characters (even if some are underused), and in fleshing them out and making them fun to the viewer, and the pace is fast enough that it doesn't become boring. But those two aspects will wear thin if the show doesn't offer much more in the plot department, as there doesn't seem to be much meaning in these legends' adventures. The show is still on its first steps, though, so it have lots of time to improve.

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