Legacies

  • Title: Legacies – Life Was So Much Easier When I Only Cared About Myself
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There’s an awful lot happening in “Life Was So Much Easier When I Only Cared About Myself” as Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) banishes Alaric (Matthew Davis) and Kaleb (Chris Lee) into the simulated fictional reality to keep them both out of the way as the evil Josie (Kaylee Bryant) returns to the school on her birthday threatening to force the Merge early meaning either she or Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) will die. Part of Josie’s party includes the Necromancer (Ben Geurens) announcing his return to the entire student body and setting up a duel between sisters which the Tribrid hopes to find a way to stop (or at least prevent one of the sisters from dying).

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  • Title: Legacies – There’s a Place Where the Lost Things Go
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Legacies - There's a Place Where the Lost Things Go TV review

Having obviously never watched a Holodeck episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Emma (Karen David) gathers a group of students together to deal with their issues in a combined simulated fictional reality. Each waking up in a black-and-white film noir world as a characters of that world, the idea is that the storyline will allow them to confront their issues before being sent back to the real world. Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) becomes a bar owner, MG (Quincy Fouse) a private detective, Lizzie (Jenny Boyd) a fading starlet with Josie (Kaylee Bryant) as her manager, Rafael (Peyton ‘Alex’ Smith) a photographer, and Jade (Giorgia Whigham) a reporter. Things start going wrong when a someone begins killing off the other characters one by one, jumping them back into the real world.

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Legacies – You Can’t Save Them All

by Alan Rapp on February 17, 2020

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  • Title: Legacies – You Can’t Save Them All
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Legacies - You Can't Save Them All television review

“You Can’t Save Them All” wraps up the Kai Parker (Chris Wood) storyline far quicker than expected, while also returning the characters trapped in the prison world back to reality (well, most of them anyway). While Dark Josie (Kaylee Bryant) works on a way to get them out of the prison world, Kai shows up at the school under the pretense of being an old friend of Alaric‘s (Matthew Davis here to help. By the time Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) sees the villain for who he is, Kai has managed to put both those in the prison world in jeopardy as well as leading Landon (Aria Shahghasemi) into a trap, forcing Hope to choose who to save.

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  • Title: Legacies – What Cupid Problem? / Kai Parker Screwed Us
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Legacies - What Cupid Problem? / Kai Parker Screwed Us television review

“What Cupid Problem” and “Kai Parker Screwed Us” take place simultaneously. “Kai Parker” focuses on events inside the prison world where Alyssa Chang (Olivia Liang) banished Josie (Kaylee Bryant), Alaric (Matthew Davis) and Lizzie (Jenny Boyd). Sebastian (Thomas Doherty) isn’t the only familiar face the family comes across as the episode explores how Alaric dealt with problem students in the past as well as offering the first appearance on the show of the girls’ uncle Kai Parker (Chris Wood) who apparently will be sticking around to cause more trouble throughout the season. Several mind games later, one character manages to escape the prison, although it will be up to a suped-up evil Josie to get the rest of the characters home.

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  • Title: Legacies – This is Why We Don’t Entrust Plans to Muppet Babies
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It’s a pair of minor characters who take center stage in “This is Why We Don’t Entrust Plans to Muppet Babies” when an invisible Qareen is set loose on the grounds slowly stoking the insecurities of the students and feeding on their growing discord. The only one who can see the creature is the often-overlooked Wade (Elijah B. Moore) who, to the surprise of everyone in the school, is actually a faerie. The rising bitchiness between all concerned makes fighting the beast difficult but when Landon (Aria Shahghasemi) and the rest of the student body put their faith in Wade everything turns out sunshine and rainbows. Well… not everything.

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