"They say by now that I'll be finished, hard to tell ( I can tell). My little fifteen minutes last long as hell."
Oh please don't look at me like that, Alex. That is a perfect headline.
This is a weekly review of all DC Comics shows currently airing on the small screen. The Arrowverse: Arrow, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow and Supergirl; CW's Black Lightning; Fox's Gotham and Syfy's Krypton.
The time team on both shows are immensely committed to preserving history. While Legends have done that using different plotlines each season, our friends on Timeless have been chasing an evil organization, Rittenhouse, that is bent on turning history in its favour. That summarizes the plan of every Legends' big bad.
With time travel shows, having intertwined plotlines shouldn't raise eyebrows. Both shows have meddled with past presidents' younger selves, history shapers and also music legends.
When you hear a big RnB artist has put out a six track – no vocal feature album– one of the first things that comes to your mind is 'they are remnants or leftovers of a previous or an upcoming album' or 'he's releasing this to get hype us up for his new album.'
Oh, I know I used the word 'recap' but I'm only gonna talk about one scene. The only one that matters. Thanks. Arrow delivers it's best episode this season. And yes, it has everything to do with the heated exchange/brawl between John and Oliver.