Alright my readers we had a great episode brought to us tonight. This is the final episode for one of our original characters and for one character that joined in two years ago but we will miss both of them. So let’s get to this review!
So in this episode we had to say goodbye to two characters. This was the final episode of Ray Palmer/The Atom (Brandon Routh) and Nora Darhk (Courtney Ford) I have to admit it was a really good goodbye episode that leaves it open for the two of them maybe returning one day in a future episode. But I’m really glad that we got to see the wedding of Ray and Nora.
I have to admit I’m really satisfied having this as the goodbye rather than having an episode where the two die or something horrible. Making it a happy episode with them saying goodbye and settling down, let’s hope it’s in Star City or if they go back to Ray’s hometown from the comics Ivy town. Either way I hope those two have great lives together.
As for the weekly return from Hell character this time around is, Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) yes Nora’s father returned from Hell so he could reign down on the earth destruction and chaos. But because Damien had to see how well his daughter is doing, he stopped by for a visit. And because Nora was still wearing the Palmer tech watch she was easy to find. But when Damien finds out his daughters life is one big mess, he tries to control it like always. But when he saw how happy Nora was he came to accept it.
Truth be told, Damien has come a long way since his time on Arrow season 4. Even during his time on Legends season 3 he started on a redemption arc and I kind of feel like this was a good way to close up his redemption arc too. Damien has been that character that everyone has hated ever since he killed Laurel on Arrow. But this was the first time he admitted to Sara (Caity Lotz) he’s always been regretting the choice he made. The fandom for Damien has been divided since his arrival but I think we all might come together soon to actually agree; Damien has become a great character in the Arrowverse.
In this episode we also saw Mick/Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) has a hater or troll on the reviews of his books. Only to find out that his now ex-girlfriend Ali (Lisa DiGiacinto) has been keeping a 15 year secret from him. Yup Mick has a daughter, Lita (Mina Sundwall) who has a little bit of Mick’s habits like lighting things on fire (rest in burned pieces Mick’s Heatwave book copy) and she seems to have a little bit of his attitude too. It makes us wonder, if something bad happens to Mick (not saying it will) but if it ever does they could always have Lita be the next Heatwave. Just a thought.
Next Episode: Legends of Tomorrow(S05E08) “Romeo V. Juliet: Dawn of Justness” airs Tuesday March 17, 2020 at 9/8c on The CW