TV Episode | TV-14 | | Action, Adventure, Drama
After being taken hostage by the Dahrks, Ray teams with Nora to fix the Fire totem in 1960's East Germany and come face-to-face with a younger and deadlier version of Damien.
The title is a reference to the 2005 Cormac McCarthy novel "No Country for Old Men" and its 2007 film adaptation.
Wally, there you are. Ready to leave?
Wally West: Um... I'm actually gonna stay.
Rip Hunter: I was hoping you would.
Ava Sharpe: Well, I wish we could stay longer, but my boss was just murdered by a gorilla, not to mention the mess in Berlin that needs fixing.
Sara Lance: Well, call me.
Rip Hunter: Until next ...
Sara Lance: ...
When Nora is falling, Dahrk pulls her up, but doesn't simply set her down on the roof, he keeps her hanging. In a similarly stupid move, his younger self does not shoot him while they are fighting hand to hand with Nora hanging. Although older Dahrk stopped the initial bullets he was then shown as being vulnerable when they were fighting.
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