What happens when you combine a little bit of romance, a 19th-century setting, and also the relationship adventures of Ray and Nora? Well, you’re apparently getting Legends of Tomorrow season 4 episode 11, an installment entitled “Séance and Sensibility” that is coming your way in one week’s time. It’s one that should be fun, albeit kinda creepy at times when you think about the very moment mentioned in the title. Think about it — how many seances do you end up hearing about that have warm, cheery messages? It’s usually something that teeters between being terrifying and awful; you’re conjuring the dead, and a lot of bad stuff can come from doing that sort of thing.
For a few more details all about what’s next, we suggest that you check out the official Legends of Tomorrow season 4 episode 11 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below:
LOVE IS ALL AROUND – When Mona (Ramona Young) discovers that her favorite author, Jane Austen (guest star Jenna Rosenow), might be at the epicenter of a magical alert, Mona, Sara (Caity Lotz), Charlie (Maisie Richardson-Sellers) and Zari (Tala Ashe) find themselves in 1809. With Nate (Nick Zano) still dealing with family issues, Constantine (Matt Ryan) and Rory (Dominic Purcell) perform a séance and receive a message from the other world that rocks Constantine to his core. Meanwhile, Ray (Brandon Routh) and Nora (Courtney Ford) are forced into close quarters. Alexandra La Roche directed the episode written by Grainne Godfree & Jackie Canino (#411). Original airdate 4/15/2019.
This episode’s going to have a lot going for it when it comes to its period setting … especially since seeing the show’s version of Jane Austen is likely going to be totally over-the-top and different from how we’d imagine her. Granted, we actually don’t know too much about Austen as a person, so our preconceived notion is just that she would be almost akin to a character from one of her stories.
Maybe you’re actually going to get the sort of drama and romance you’d expect from a Jane Austen novel via Nora and Ray … which actually would be really fun, given that these two are not the sort of typically-romantic characters you’d expect to see. You’re basically dealing with a super-smart science goofball and then a woman who’s still trying to escape her evil legacy and all of those terrible connections from Mallus last season. If these crazy kids can’t find a way to make it work, is there hope for anyone?
As entertaining as we’re finding the season right now, we do understand the critiques that there may be a tad too much happening — especially with so many characters across the board. Are we getting enough good stuff right now for characters like Zari and Ray amidst all of the new arrivals and expanding narratives? We wonder, especially since Legends of Tomorrow isn’t getting the same episode order as some of the other shows within the Arrowverse in the first place.
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