Because I definitely still am, and it’s all because of Nick and Ray’s tearful goodbye scene on the Waverider in tonight's Legends of Tomorrow. Ray and Nora tell the Legends their plan. The coin maker shows her a way to spy on Constantine. 10 funny mockumentaries to remind us about the absurdity of life, Family-friendly Halloween films for boos big and small. Instead of supporting her, the Coin Maker manipulates her into second-guessing Constantine’s plan and has her snoop on him to find out exactly what it is, which is how Astra learns about the Loom of Fate. The fifth season of the American television series Legends of Tomorrow, which is based on … Are you still crying? Gideon tells them that Shakespeare never puts on Romeo and Juliet. He’s my child. So, he pushes Ray away and tells him to just leave rather than deal with his feelings. We call that Dawn of Justice-ing. It’s an interesting and emotional moment because you can feel the writers working through their conflicted feelings about having to write Ray and Nora off. However, this meta-joke gives way to some pathos as Ray realizes that Shakespeare is doing all of this so he can avoid writing the ending he knows he needs to because he’s not ready to say goodbye to his characters. The series had 15 numbers of episodes in the season 5 th.. Sure, this is goodbye, but Ray will always be with Nate because he’s helped make him a better person. Nate runs back to the ship to apologize and say goodbye to Ray. Ray and Nate both apologize to each other and share one final bro hug while the Legends' deranged Romeo & Juliet performance continues apace with Zari as Juliet and Constantine as Romeo. Nate throws Ray a bachelor party in 1594 London. With that, Ray and Nora step into a portal back into the real world. Shakespeare tells Nate and Zari that Henslowe shut down the play because he thought he stole his ring. All in all, I thought this was a wonderful and sweet goodbye to Ray and Routh. The Legends travel to London in 1594 to find a piece of the Loom of Fate, disguised as a ring, that Charlie left with Shakespeare. Legends of Tomorrow Season 5 Episode 3 recap: A Serial Killer’s Fairy... “I volunteer as tribute.” Green, Gary. The producers of the fifth season … So Ray lies to Nate as they embark on his final mission with the team, which sees them travel to London 1594 to recover a piece of the Loom that Charlie left with William Shakespeare. 7 things to know about DC's Legends of Tomorrow season 4 By Chancellor Agard Check out new Legends of Tomorrow season 4 photos Ray and Nora tell the Legends their plan. Nate and Ray come up with a very cute, intricate, and funny plan, but Charlie goes ahead and nicks it without causing much a fuss. The fifth season of the series legends of tomorrow was released on January 21, 2020. They will do one final mission, and then they are leaving. The Legends toast to Ray with his green juice. All images are used with permission or licensed. Soon after that, he tells the team about their decision as they all wait in line for the bathroom, which is occupied by Zari, and avoid any McGuffin talk before Sara has finished her morning coffee. Zari resists the overture and instead suggests they throw Nora her own bachelorette party, which involves a stripper, a pony, scooters, and tons of alcohol. DC’s Legends of Tomorrow boss finally reveals how Zari has changed in season 5 DC’s Legends of Tomorrow season 5 premiere recap: ‘Meet the Legends’ Episode Recaps WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Season 5 of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, which airs Tuesdays on The CW.. DC's Legends of Tomorrow returns this week after an unexpected hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and as fans prepare to continue this season with tonight's episode, "Zari, Not Zari," it might help to have a brief refresher of the season so far. I love him so much. Unfortunately, Nate overhears Ray’s conversation with Shakespeare and becomes pissed about being the last to know Ray's leaving. (It’s classic Legends to avoid Romeo’s go-to monologue from this scene and focus on another aspect). Ray tells Nora that he thinks they should move on from the Waverider to start their life together. Sure, they love them, but the show needs to grow and that requires some endings. Unfortunately, he no longer has the piece of the Loom (a ring) because he gave it to his producer in exchange for a deadline extension on finishing his new play, Romeo & Juliet. “Do it for book club.” and “Are you seriously invoking book club right now?” were absolutely golden. He gave the ring to his producer, Phillip Henslowe, to buy him more time to finish Romeo and Juliet. Dean Buscher/The CW. I definitely wasn’t ready to see them go, but it hurts in the best way possible because the episode pays tribute to everything we love about the Atom. Unfortunately, the party is interrupted when Nora notices that the cover of Romeo & Juliet has changed to Romeo v. Juliet: Dawn of Justness, a nod to a certain terrible DC movie that gets even funnier as the episode goes on. Sadly, the Coin Maker isn’t happy when Astra tells her about Constantine’s promise because she’s worried about losing Astra.