[Review] Legends Of Tomorrow Episode 4×16: “Hey, World!”

written by Kate Danvers

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Neron created a very specialized app that uses the viral spread of information to track down monster sightings, even though social media apps already exist and can make news go viral much faster. Yet he’s upset that only a few thousand people have downloaded it so far, even though in reality he would already be flooded with “sightings” that amount to “LOL my mother-in-law”, “I swear to God I just saw Bigfoot”, and dick pics.

Sorry, I forgot to rant about that last time so I front-loaded it this time. You’re welcome.
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[Review] Legends Of Tomorrow Episode 4×12: “The Eggplant, the Witch & the Wardrobe”

written by Kate Spencer

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Trapped in a neverending loop of obnoxious retail employees, pushy customers, awful claustrophobic environments… Surrounded by an oppressive sense of dread that won’t end until doom claims us all…

But enough about my experiences working retail, let’s talk about Episode 4×12 of Legends.
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[Review] Legends Of Tomorrow Episode 4×08: “Legends of To-meow-meow”

written by Kate Spencer

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Time to enjoy an hour of ZariCat knocking things off of tables with the wind totem.

Usually to get into the mood to write these things, I listen to a song. Sometimes it’s a song from the era in which the episode takes place or, failing that, the Chamber Brothers’ “Time Has Come Today,” which was heard in the Season Two finale. Other times I pick a song that’s just thematically appropriate or something that gets me in the frame of mind.

I just wanted you all to know what I’m listening to as I type this intro.
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[Review] Legends Of Tomorrow Episode 4×07: “Hell No, Dolly!”

written by Kate Spencer

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AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!

[NOTE: The following review is brought to you by a mild case of automatonophobia.]

Okay. I can get through this. It’s just creepy dolls. Creepy dolls with knives and dead-eyed stares. I’m fine. Let me just turn on every light in my house first.
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