Legion (2017–2019)
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Chapter 6 

David goes back to where it all started.


Hiro Murai


Nathaniel Halpern, Noah Hawley (created by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Stevens ... David Haller
Rachel Keller ... Syd Barrett
Aubrey Plaza ... Lenny Busker
Bill Irwin ... Cary Loudermilk
Jeremie Harris ... Ptonomy Wallace
Amber Midthunder ... Kerry Loudermilk
Katie Aselton ... Amy Haller
Jean Smart ... Dr. Melanie Bird
Mackenzie Gray ... The Eye
Brad Mann ... Rudy
Gabriel Jacob-Cross ... Ptonomy (5 yrs)
Paul Belsito ... The Man Who Hides
Eugene T.S. Wong Eugene T.S. Wong ... The Man in All His Clothes (as Eugene Wong)
Stephanie Van Dyck ... Skeletal Fat Lady
Quinton Boisclair Quinton Boisclair ... Devil with the Yellow Eyes


David, his friends from Summerland and The Eye from Division 3, end up at the mental asylum. They are being treated by Lenny. All of them struggle with their own mental issues as strange occurrences take place. Is this reality or a dream or somewhere in between? Written by anshu

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15 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


When Ptonomy is playing back the memory of when his mother died, it shows him as an adult under the table in the clothes he was wearing as a child at the time. This could be a reference to Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, a movie where characters can go back through their memories and interact with them, which is what Ptonomy's power is See more »


In Chapter 6, when Syd enters the common area of the mental hospital, she focuses on Cary and Kerry playing table tennis for a moment. A closer look reveals that the actors are only pantomiming and don't actually have a ball. Table Tennis sound effects were added in post production to cover up the goof and, a few moments later, the two are shown again playing with a real ball. See more »


David Haller: People always talk about the depression side. But it is the other side, that invulnerable feeling. It's dangerous.
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References 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) See more »


Oh! You Pretty Things
Written by David Bowie
Performed by Lisa Hannigan
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Vague story line
16 March 2017 | by residenteviklSee all my reviews

Vague episode, poor story line, they are unclear what they want to show to the people.You just keep finding instances which are relevant to the story.story is very sluggish and passive.Directing and writing at its worst.Total waste of 50 min.I could have a nap rather than watching this piece of crap.

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