The Ending of DC's Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 Explained

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow finally comes with a bang as Season 7 ended with a hint of starting another run while perfectly closing the books of certain characters. It is the right balance between closure and another door opening as Episode 13 brings the finale "Knocked Down, Knocked Up" and here is what happened.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 Ending Explained

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 Ending Explained
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DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 Ending Explained

In DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 Episode 13, Knocked Down, Knocked Up, Gary ended up in 30,000 B.C. and he tried to blend in with some cave people while he creates a door so he could come back to the manor. He revealed about Alun and the team learned that Gwyn went to 1916 Mametz Wood, France where he died at what they call a “fixed point.”

Ava looks into insemination and Gary concludes that Sara is pregnant where her regenerative powers could be carried to the baby. The Legends went to the time before the death of Gwyn happens, however, apathetic Gideon stops them and tells them to abort their mission. Astra and Spooner tried to make Gideon jump on their side and go against Computer Gideon to take away the cloaking of Waverider.

This makes Computer Gideon an anomaly and thus, at the Temporal Zone, she had to self-destruct. Astra uses her powers so no one of them would get hurt while they were in the zone and Waverider is back again.

The others went to meet Mike, a Fixer, and Gwyn used to say that anyone who would change what happens becomes eliminated in the paradox. They froze time, destroyed the machine of Gwyn, and Mike made it out in the Waverider.

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During the battle, Nate made sure to save Alun, however, he got hit by the mustard gas and that resulted in him losing his abilities. The same night, Sara reveals the truth about her pregnancy and Nate goes to retire at the Wind Totem. It turns out, Mike is Booster Gold and he comes back with the Waverider.

When everything seems to be at peace, the Time Police arrived to arrest the Legends and Mike for time-related crimes.

With everything that has happened since the start, another character is set to say goodbye as Nate loses his power and retires. Only White Canary remains from the original cast members from Season 1. While there were doors closed for some of the Legends, the finale perfectly sets up a possibility for Season 8 now that the Legends are facing time-related crimes and apprehended by the Time Police.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 7 finale is now streaming on The CW website and app.

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