After the defeat of the immortal villain Vandal Savage and the exposure of the corrupt Time Masters, a new threat emerges. Dr. Nate Heywood, an unconventional and charming historian, is thrust into the action. After making a shocking discovery, Nate seeks out Oliver Queen for help in finding the scattered Legends. Once reunited, the Legends continue their new mission to protect the timeline from temporal aberrations - unusual changes to history that spawn potentially catastrophic consequences. Their first stop is 1942, to protect Albert Einstein from being kidnapped before the Nazis destroy New York City with a nuclear bomb. Meanwhile, Ray notices that Sara has a mission of her own, which leads them both to face her nemesis, Damien Darhk.
Did You Know?
This episode's title is an homage to the licence plate ("Outatime") from the Delorean in the Back to the Future movies. Both this series and those movies deal with time travel and the consequence of even the most minor change. See more
When trying to find the Legends who have been thrown out into time, Martin Stein and Jefferson Jackson are said to be in 'Tintangel, England'. This is a typographical error. The correct name is 'Tintagel' which is tied to the King Arthur myths, and is a village one can still visit where the ruins of the castle still sit. It is also known as Trevenna, and in the time that Martin and Jax would have been occupying Tintagel, it was known as Tintagol. It is the place where the Lady Igraine was hidden by her husband before Uther Pendragon (disguised by Merlin as her husband) seduced her. Their child was King Arthur. See more
Dr. Martin Stein
So, how do we find Einstein in a city of seven million people?
Well, we just look for the physicist with the crazy white hair.
[Stein looks at him indignantly
I mean the other one.
According to Gideon, there's a cocktail party at Columbia this evening.
Cocktail party. Means booze. Where is it?
At Columbia. I just... why does no one ever listen to me?
Written by Adam Saunders
and Mark Cousins
Performed by studio musicians
Courtesy of APM Music See more