This episode is Way Haught from beginning to end, though things aren’t all quite what they seem.
After a two-year hiatus, Wynonna Earp is FINALLY BACK! And everyone is fighting like hell to get back to one another, with the help of old and new friends along the way.
The Legends face Fate herself, a slew of Encores, and some teary goodbyes in their final battle of Season Five.
Legends of Tomorrow pays homage to classic TV shows like Star Trek while the Legends try to outsmart the Fates.
The Legends fight a horde of zombies in their race against time to get to the Loom and stop the Fates.
Alex suits up, Lena joins the Superfriends, and everyone works together to stop Lex and Leviathan once and for all.
The Ladies of Legends team up to form a sorority and challenge the Greek god Dionysus to a game of beer pong in this hilarious romp of an episode.
Alex and Kelly run into road blocks at work, Nia confronts Brainy, and Lena and Kara’s feud comes to a head.
Sara wakes up from her coma to find she can only see the future, and it involves a murder mystery.
Melissa Benoist makes her directing debut, Alex eats dumplings, and Lena wears one hell of a suit.
Ava leads the charge to Hell to get answers from Astra while Zari faces off with a dinner party full of Encores.
Sara and Charlie face off against Charlie’s sister and Zari 2.0 meets Original Zari in Legends of Tomorrow’s triumphant return.
Grieving the loss of her father, Alex goes into a VR simulation where she is Supergirl and Kelly had to fight to keep her from getting stuck there forever.
The Legends say goodbye to Ray and Nora with a Shakespearean flourish.
Dreamer and Supergirl team up to fight one of the ugliest villains National City has ever seen: transphobia.
Ava and Sara put on cowboy outfits, have a lovers’ quarrel, and have to decide whether or not to kill their friend’s evil dad.
Alex has her first day of non-DEO work, Lena gives Non Nocere a trial run, and Supergirl plays bodyguard.
I wish I had the words to fully explain the world that Good Trouble invites us into this week; I feel like nothing I say can fully do it justice. It is ethereal… a profound admission of black pain, an honest acknowledgement of the need for black healing and a wholehearted embrace of black joy.
Alice moves on from her heartbreak with a hook-up and some new stand-up material.
Charlie runs from her past while helping Ava and the Legends run after Genghis Khan.