The party boys guide to dating a geek accommodating special
The episode starts where last season left off - with LA full of anachronisms and the Legends having no idea how to fix them all.
Very quickly, though, time doors start opening, sending the anachronisms back where they belong.
-Rip mentions to Ava Sharpe that the Legends are necessary to beat “Mollus,” presumably the season’s main villain.
Nobody shows up with that name in the comics anywhere I can find, but let me know if I’m wrong in the comments.
It’s not going to light the world on fire, but it was a fun, entertaining introduction to the bigger arc that succeeded at reminding the viewer why this show is so much fun. - There’s a nice touch that I never noticed before: Mick’s arm is covered in burn scars in the one bare-armed scene on the beach, and he’s in a long sleeved undershirt for the rest of the episode. Here he’s being jostled through Time Bureau HQ before he gets his memory zapped by a definitely not TV show - The team’s plan to get Caesar off the beach without making a scene is to create a fake Upswipez profile (the dating app that Ray works for that’s just Tinder but you swipe up and down) looking for hot no strings sex.
Caesar, surrounded by frat boys at a beach toga party in Aruba, has all his newfound followers run off to be desperately catfished while Sara kicks the shit out of JC.
It’s all adequate, but sprinkled with fun moments between the cast that keep the show great.
Yes, it's going to take some time to get to know her.
They met at church, and he had many of the qualities she had dreamed of in a man.
She just mixes all the words up when she speaks because meeting new people is exhausting, OK?!
She might not be the first person to come up to you at a party, but she's daring, adventurous, and an even (gasp!