Apr 26, 2019
As Sarah travels to purgatory to rescue Ava, the rest of the Legends take on Neron. In the end, it’s hard to tell who actually succeeded.
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Sarah goes to Ava’s apartment, hoping to work out their differences, and discovers that Ava has been kidnapped. Meanwhile, Constantine realizes Nora is on the Waverider and she tells him about Neron. Constantine is telling Nora her connection to Neron is a liability when Sarah walks in and explains Ava is missing. She returns to Ava’s apartment with Nora and Constantine, hoping for a lead.
As it turns out, Nora can tune into Neron’s “frequency” and informs Sarah that Ava has been taken to the Sleepaway Inn. Although the name is on the nose, Ava is still alive, but barely. They bring Ava back to the Waverider and Sarah commands Constantine to send her to purgatory after Ava.
As it turns out, Ava’s version of purgatory is essentially IKEA, a giant warehouse megastore with endless choices to make regarding mass produced home decor. Just as Ava is about to check out (literally), Sarah finds her and tells her what is happening. Together the two attempt to retrace her steps and return to the entrance, but the only “helpful” thing they find is Gary. He directs to the couple to a wardrobe.
Puzzled, Sara deduces they have to put together the wardrobe in order to leave, much like Narnia, and immediately bulldozes ahead to put it together. Instead of working with Ava, she just does it all herself. Not surprisingly, the wardrobe falls apart and the couple has a real conversation, the first of many. They put the wardrobe together, enter it, and find they are in the mattress section of the store.
So, time to pick a mattress, gotta watch out for those warranties though! As they continue to confront Ava’s anxieties, Sarah admits that she wants to spend the rest of her life with Ava, but is scared. They decide on the 50 year mattress and fall into an apartment full of mundane tasks. Unable to deal, Sarah snaps and Ava retreats into her corner, scared. Sarah finds herself in a warehouse full of Ava’s, any Ava she could possibly ever want, but she only wants her Ava. She is directed to a door marked “as is” and enters to find Ava crying. She explains she only wants Ava, they reconcile, and return to the land of the living.
Meanwhile, Ray and Nate are trying to discover what Hank was really up to and track down Neron. They discover the site where Hank is building his theme park and decide to pay a visit. What Hank has started to put together is truly awesome and completely based on several drawings Nate drew as a child. Touched and confused, Nate orders to builder to tear down the whole thing.
With everyone else occupied,
Constantine enlists Charlie and Nora to help him catch Neron since
he has not yet discovered Ava is missing. Using Charlie’s
abilities, they are able to get the upper hand and lock Neron away
in a magical containment unit. Constantine and Nora form a plan to
lure Neron out into the open so he will expire on the mortal plane.
Unfortunately, ray misinterprets the situation and rushes to save
Nora from herself. (He should know by now she can take care of
herself!) Neron gets the upper hand and Nora attempts to destroy
him with an energy blast. Unfortunately, it is too late. Neron has
taken up residence in Ray and Nora is in a coma.