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Helen Hunt 

The Legends track down an anachronism in 1930s Hollywood, where Helen of Troy has started a war between two film studios.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Martin Stein / Firestorm
Ray Palmer / The Atom
Gideon (voice)
Hedy Lamarr
Arnold Coleson (as Samuel Vincent)


When the Legends track down an anachronism in 1930s Hollywood, they discover it's none other than a time-displaced Helen of Troy and she's just started a war between two film studios. As the Legends try to fix history and return Helen to the Bronze Age, things get complicated when they are blindsided by the appearance of a former enemy. Sara contemplates an offer she is made, which would make the Legends leave the anachronisms be. Meanwhile, Stein and Jax find themselves in an unusual predicament. Written by sarah_l91

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14 November 2017 (USA)  »

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The episode mainly takes place at Warner Bros Pictures Studios. Warner Bros Pictures owns DC Comics. See more »


Damien Darhk: Oh, goody. The cavalry has arrived. Oh, how I missed those whimsical outfits of yours.
Sara Lance: Your beef is with me, Damien. So let's fight. You and me... League style. Two swords... zero magic.
Damien Darhk: A dual. How quaint. But you do realize... I don't need magic to kill you.
Sara Lance: Funny... that's what Oliver Queen said right before he killed you.
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The episode title name is shown in black and white as would have been done in the 1930s. See more »


References The Philadelphia Story (1940) See more »

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One of the Better of Season 3
15 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

Season Three of LoT were pretty inconsistent. They were either great or horrible. The best part was that the over used trope of minds switching bodies was addressed at the way beginning and they didn't make a whole plot over it. It was a slight problem throughout much worse things happening. The men getting obsessed over Helen Hunt was a nice touch and a good plot with Kuasa.

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