Dec 6, 2018
When a killer doll frames voodoo priestess Marie Laveau, the Legends travel to New Orleans to set history right. The trip triggers some emotional memories for John-o who goes rogue and triggers a cataclysmic time event.
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Constantine is plagued by memories of an ex-boyfriend turned demon, flashes of the same person we saw in the premiere episode. Charlie jolts him awake and shows him his spell is “wearing off” with an attempt at shape shifting. John tells her it’s impossible and she responds saying one day he’ll need a favor, and then he will help her.
Ava sleeps over and discovers Mick is still using Brigid’s book, so she confiscates it and Mick loses Garima. Ray interrupts their bickering with a fun quiz about serial killers. Right away, Ava realizes something is amiss with the quiz as it lists a female serial killer she has never heard of: Marie Laveau. Gideon confirms there is a magical fugitive somewhere in New Orleans and the team travels there to investigate.
Marie Laveau kidnaps John and interrogates him, discovering John was involved with her great-great-grandson which lead to his demise. She compels John to save her kin just as Charlie and Zari come to rescue him. When asked if she has sensed another spirit in New Orleans, she informs them she has sensed a dybbuk.
Meanwhile at the party, Ray investigates a creeper at the party and discovers a girl crying in room filled with dolls. She tells him the doll is going to kill her mother and Ray tells Sara the fugitive is a doll, just before he’s knocked out. Sara finds Ray and he wakes-up in time to warn her about the doll. Rory and Ava arrive in time to burn the doll and prevent more attacks. They chain it up on the Waverider and consider the mission a success.
John cashes in his favor with Charlie and convinces her to pose as Amaya so that he never meets Desmond or joins the Legends. In theory, this should give Charlie her powers back. Mission complete, they get back on the jump ship and Zari has Gideon take command of the jump ship once she find out what they’ve done. It doesn’t matter though. Despite the intervention, John still meets Des and falls in love. It would seem this is an event that cannot be changed.
When Zari presses him for more information, he explains that Neron, a demon who owns his soul, came calling. When John refused the help him, he bonded with Desmond (Des’s attempt to save Johnny) and John had to send them both down to hell. While Zari is busy looking for a loop hole, John and Charlie leave on a new mission: to break it off with Des before Neron interferes and bonds with Desmond.
Meanwhile at the Time Bureau, Nate plays matchmaker (Hello, Dolly) and misinterprets Mona’s feelings for Konane as feelings for Gary. He urges her to follow her heart. She returns for an unscheduled visit and bonds with Konane. They are interrupted by (we assume) men working for Nate’s father. They abduct the kaupe and take him somewhere, presumably to be tortured. But Mona won’t stand for it any longer. She stands up to the men, who lash out at her, causing Konane to lash out at them. She’s wounded severely in the fight when the magical creature can no longer tell the difference between friend and foe. She urges him to flee when a time wave approaches.
John has succeeded in his mission. Breaking Desmond’s heart has set off a cataclysmic time event, freezing Mona and the team aboard the Waverider who were both involved in battles with magical creatures. In the closing scenes, we see Charlie able to shapeshift after the time wave hits her and Zari, well, Zari has turned into a cat.