Tipped off to Vandal Savage's whereabouts, the team infiltrates a munitions deal with Professor Stein as their leader. Surrounded by some of the toughest criminals in the world, things quickly go from bad to worse when Savage realizes they don't belong there. A massive fight ensues and a piece of the Atom's suit falls off and into the wrong hands, which could potentially cause disastrous consequences in the future. Stein realizes the best way to retrieve the missing piece is to contact a brilliant man - his younger self. He, Sara and Jax head off in search of young Martin Stein, much to Rip's consternation. Meanwhile, Snart and Rory plan to steal a key element in defeating Savage but still unsure of his new teammates, Ray demands to come along on the mission.
Did You Know?
Brandon Routh revealed his favorite scene filmed was the mansion sequence, stating "I remember in the first episode, the whole sequence of filming with Dom [Purcell] and Wentworth [Miller], both outside and inside the mansion. That was a lot of fun as we're trying to sneak into the house and hiding behind a bush. Some of the comedic elements started to percolate there and the relationship between those characters. Then inside when we're trapped in the cage once the alarm goes off, the one-on-one conversation that Ray and Leonard have about stealing and doing the right thing. It was the first touch for Ray of him questioning his good guy status, or understanding that other people have a different path that they travel, a different life experience, and just because people make bad decisions every once in awhile doesn't mean they're necessarily bad people; there's a grey area. And that's kind of the over-arching theme for Ray throughout all of his seasons him learning to have a balance between light and dark, between good and bad, and breaking the rules and following the rules. Captain Cold and Heat Wave have been crucial in helping him on that journey. I don't think that was Ray's takeaway in the moment, but it was my takeaway as an actor seeing what the journey could be and kind of understanding where there was potential for growth for him and how he could bond with these characters and they could be an unlikely team. [That] was in this odd pairing that seemed to not make sense but could make sense." See more
When Vandal Savage meets Hawkgirl and Hawkman in the mansion he adresses Hawkgirl in a modern slang of Arabic language not in an ancient Egyptian language. See more
Jefferson 'Jax' Jackson
People actually wore this crap?
Dr. Martin Stein
People smoked a lot of pot in the '70s. It clearly had a deleterious effect on the fashion of the era.
Written by Leroy Green
and Ron Kersey
Performed by The Trammps See more