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Chapter 14 

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David's mind explores possible lives where he made different choices.

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John Cameron

Writers:

Noah Hawley, Noah Hawley (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Stevens ... David Haller
Rachel Keller ... Syd Barrett
Aubrey Plaza ... Lenny Busker
Bill Irwin ... Cary Loudermilk
Navid Negahban ... Amahl Farouk
Jemaine Clement ... Oliver Bird
Jeremie Harris ... Ptonomy Wallace
Amber Midthunder ... Kerry Loudermilk
Hamish Linklater ... Clark (credit only)
Jean Smart ... Dr. Melanie Bird
Katie Aselton ... Amy Haller
Molly Hagan ... Laura Mercer
Seamus Dever ... Don Eichman
Alexander Leeb Alexander Leeb ... Whispering Lawyer
Lawrence Novikoff Lawrence Novikoff ... Thinking Man #1
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David's mind explores possible lives where he made different choices.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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This episode contains a cover of the 1969 song "Superman" by by Mitchell Bottler and Gary Zekley, originally recorded by The Clique and made famous in the mid-1980s by REM when they recorded it for their album Lifes Rich Pageant. The episode's cover was recorded by the series's showrunner, Noah Hawley, and its composer, Jeff Russo. Legion is a show based on Marvel Comics characters, while Superman is a superhero from the pages of Marvel's main rival company, DC Comics. See more »

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References A Clockwork Orange (1971) See more »

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Slave to Love
Written and Performed by Bryan Ferry
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Another disatisfying digression

This one, like the Syd-heavy, episode was another stand-alone episode that takes away from the main plot. And like the Syd-one it feels like its trying too hard to be clever and artsy. Don't get me wrong, the other realities were interesting and Haller did a great job acting-wise, but I didn't feel any of what occurred was of enough substance to justify the episode. As for this episode being about David dealing with the events of the last episode, I just felt this was a frivolous way to deal with it.


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