Legends of Yesterday

Oliver and Barry hide Kendra and Carter in a remote location while they try to figure out how to defeat Vandal Savage; Felicity, Thea, Diggle and Laurel work to come up with a weapon to destroy Vandal.

 

Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell Stephen Amell Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
Katie Cassidy Katie Cassidy Laurel Lance / Black Canary
David Ramsey David Ramsey John Diggle / Spartan
Willa Holland Willa Holland Thea Queen / Speedy
Emily Bett Rickards Emily Bett Rickards Felicity Smoak
John Barrowman John Barrowman Malcolm Merlyn
Paul Blackthorne Paul Blackthorne Quentin Lance (credit only)
Grant Gustin Grant Gustin Barry Allen / The Flash
Danielle Panabaker Danielle Panabaker Caitlin Snow
Carlos Valdes Carlos Valdes Cisco Ramon
Ciara Renée Ciara Renée Kendra Saunders / Hawkgirl
Casper Crump Casper Crump Hath-Set / Vandal Savage
Falk Hentschel Falk Hentschel Carter Hall / Hawkman
Anna Hopkins Anna Hopkins Samantha Clayton
Peter Francis James Peter Francis James Dr. Aldus Boardman

Storyline

In this cross-over from “The Flash”, Oliver and Barry Allen hide Kendra and Carter in a remote location while they try to figure out how to defeat Vandal Savage, while Felicity, Thea, Diggle and Laurel work to come up with a weapon to destroy Vandal. Meanwhile, Oliver tries to re-connect with his old girlfriend Samantha and her son.Written by Larry B.

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Did You Know?

Trivia

In the first Flash/Arrow crossover, the Flash episode had the Arrow team visiting Central City, and the Arrow episode had the Flash team visiting Star City. In this crossover, the Flash episode takes place in Star City, and the Arrow episode takes place in Central City. See more »


Goofs

When Carter and Kendra have a short exchange, it’s in Greek but the translation doesn’t make proper sense. He asks “Katalavaineis?”=”do you understand?” and she answers “Dechomai”=”I accept”, not “I do”. The only context in which that would translate as “I do” is as a response to a marriage proposal, so it’s clear it was translated automatically and not by a person. In Greek there’s no such response as “I do” in that context, only “yes”. See more »

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