Why is anyone listening to Rip? Snart strolls around 1916 as do Malcolm, Thawne and Damien. They search for purpose. Rip leaves again. Things catastrophically deteriorate. Nate is sexually inept. The LOT cause exasperation. Stein is a tool. One feels drained rather than energised in their company. Why won’t Sara resurrect Laurel? WW1 looks amazingly like a field in Canada. This was not as good as 2x16. Merlyn has a big bow. There is fighting and no conventional morality.
Damien wears a flat cap and Snart is sulky. There is overacting and Mick has gay panic. This is confusing and non-stirring music plays. Thawne bores and Sara emotes to diminishing effect. This is the least bad experience in the LOT’s lives. Thawne dies and is erased from time, again. Maybe it’ll stick this time. This was mediocre and the LOD face exile and removal. Also the LOT broke time.
“Events are already in motion.”
“A relic from the crusades.”
“You hug me I’ll kill you.”
“I’ll make a hell for you.”
“Ejected out of the temporal zone.”
“Shoes without socks.”
This is not more challenging work. Innocent people are not safe. Fish is vacuously unintentionally hilarious. Bullock is doleful. Things are not entirely probable. Penguin is impolite. There is no sadness and depth. This was rather a bore. Society’s enemies gather. Alfred is overwrought. Gordon has moral obstinacy and solemnity. One has wholly ceased to care about the inescapability of Bruce’s past. This was faintly ludicrous. Ivy is remorseless. Bruce sneers. Strange and Lee resurface to bore. Penguin leads a mob. Yawn.