We knew that we were going to see a very different Sara Lance after she is revived using the Lazarus Pit, but for some reason we expected some sort of drastic shift in her personality. Instead, the reality for this character more than anything else is that we are going to see her face almost an exaggerated version of problems she already faced on “Arrow” after splitting up from Oliver Queen during his “five years in Hell.”
Basically, if you thought she was cold and distance before, wait until you see her now after Laurel Lance revives her. “Legends of Tomorrow” showrunner Phil Klemmer is someone very invested in her journey, and will spend a lot of time watching her evolve. Speaking to TV Guide, he explains that after her time on “Arrow” this fall, her story is really going to be for the most part about trying to connect with other human beings again:
“Her story is really a simple one. It’s her trying to regain her humanity, trying to find a human connection … It’s kind of this paradox that she’s selected for the team because she’s this ruthless, cold-blooded assassin and what she really wants is to feel again. And these two things are at odds.”
Based on some of the early scoop we’ve heard, Ray Palmer is one of the characters that could end up making some sort of romantic connection with her. It’s certainly an unlikely pairing, but if there was someone who could bring out some of the lightness that was once within her, Ray could be the guy.
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