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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Legends premiere...
Posted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 at 02:58:26 pm EDT (Viewed 58 times)
Reply Subj: Legends premiere...
Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2017 at 09:54:36 pm EDT (Viewed 72 times)




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    Legends is still bad, but at least the premiere sort of acknowledged how bad the show is. The time bureau knows the Legends are a bunch of morons with too much power. A chainsaw as Rip says.


It almost re-contextualizes the whole series. They've earned their reputation as screw ups. That really was the plan all along. We were never supposed to respect these characters.



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    All of the characters are all over the place.



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    Sara is boring ever since becoming the captain.


I liked her at the store with her manager


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    Rory is he a psychotic pyromaniac killer or a gruff teddybear.



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    Dr Stein is he a brillant theoretical physicist or an nutty old professor with the beginnings of dementia.


He's leaving the show from what I've read. The actor deserves better so I wish him well.


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    And is Ray a genius mechanical engineer or a geek that found a supersuit at a comic convention.


They've kinda devolved Ray into a bro. But I guess he can't have a bromance with Steel otherwise.


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    Steel is the best written character because he has an excuse for being goofy half the time that he was so sickly all his life that he just studied books his whole life instead of doing things.



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    And Jax is fine except that he is portrayed as the bravest and most capable when he should be the dumbest and most useless.


I firmly believe Jax is the reincarnation of Scrappy Doo




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