The party boys guide to dating a geek
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.
We find out that Rip has created a “Time Bureau” to monitor spacetime like the Time Masters did, but with less evil and more paperwork so not “Back on their way” is almost universally terrible.
Sara works in a Bed, Bath & Beyond knockoff, throwing kitchen knives into cutting boards and fantasizing about giving her boss a wedgie.
Jax and Stein, and Sara and Mick both have emotional moments, and Nate and Ray spend pretty much the whole episode broing down. - Ava Sharpe is Rip’s second in command at the Time Bureau.
“Aruba-con” was a good way to reset the playing field for this season. I can’t find an analogue in the DC Comics universe, but judging by how grumpy she was to Sara (and how badass they were fighting together), they are gonna do it before the end of the season.
And this episode still had the strong core of great relationships and solid acting that they spun the jokes around.
But they pushed pretty hard on the “loveable screw ups” angle, almost a little hard, which keeps the episode from being perfect.
Many of her friends are the ~life of the party~ and she loves them for it. Making solid eye contact is a legitimately difficult thing to do when you're shy! 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.She isn't going to waste time in a relationship with someone who isn't as independent as she is. She actually that's super important to her, it's because she trusts you. How to gracefully accept a compliment is probably a thing she has yet to master.