It comes as no real surprise that Mick jumped ship in last night’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow and stabbed all of the other Legends in the back by siding with the Legion of Doom. Snart’s been wearing Mick down mentally for week’s now and, by nature, Mick is a killer, thief and a general bad guy. But actually watching it happen the way it did in the middle of a battle was still somewhat surprising and surreal.
Mick wasn’t wrong when he accused the other Legends of never really trusting him. Brandon Routh(Ray Palmer) puts it plainly when he commented on Snart’s and Mick’s reasoning, “I think he (Ray) feels betrayed, but I think he feels bad because there’s a conversation that happens in [this] episode where we showed our lack of trust in him (Mick) still after all this journey that he’s made, and I think that pushes him over the edge. I would say, if anything, Ray would probably feel guilty for not having spoken up and been more vocal and saying, ‘Hey, I trust you.’”
But as we see in the extended trailer for next week’s episode, “Doomworld”, Mick may be regretting this decision and scours the globe to bring the team back together in an effort to right this terrible wrong.
Check out the extended trailer, the official synopsis and a few images from “Doomworld” below. Enjoy!
BETRAYALS — After obtaining the Spear of Destiny, the Legion of Doom rewrites reality, leaving the Legends changed, perhaps forever. Frightfully, the Legends’ and the world’s hopes rest with Rory (Dominic Purcell), but being the “hero” is not easy for him. Meanwhile, there is tension within the Legion of Doom and the reason why the Spear of Destiny needs to be destroyed is revealed. Victor Garber, Brandon Routh, Arthur Darvill, Caity Lotz, Franz Drameh, Nick Zano and Maisie Richardson-Sellers also star. Mairzee Almas directed the episode written by Ray Utarnachitt & Sarah Hernandez.
Legends Of Tomorrow returns with an all-new episode March 28.
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