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Quote1 No, look, you have a whole other generation of Legends to look after. Quote2
Nate Heywood


Knocked Down, Knocked Up is an episode of season 7 of DC's Legends of Tomorrow. It premiered on March 2, 2022.

Synopsis for "Knocked Down, Knocked Up"


Appearing in "Knocked Down, Knocked Up"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Booster Gold (Michael/"Mike") (First appearance)
  • Evil Gideon (Also as an hologram) (Destroyed)
  • Prussian Army
    • Prussian General (Single appearance) (Unnamed) (Appears only as a corpse)
  • Time Police (Multiverse) (First appearance) (Cameo)
    • Jurgens (First appearance; unnamed) (Cameo)

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Air Totems (Cameo)
  • Gary Green's Glasses
  • The Key to the Manor Dimension
  • Time Courier
  • Time Manipulator

Vehicles:

  • Gwyn Davies' Time Machine (Destroyed)
  • Waverider (Destroyed) (Rebuilt)

Concepts:



Notes

  • Despite the episode ending with a cliffhanger, this is the series finale of DC's Legends of Tomorrow. The cancellation of the series was announced on April 29, 2022.[1]
    • "The (Ex) Legends of Tomorrow" story from Earth-Prime #3 did provide an explanation to what happened after the Legends are captured by the Time Police in the epilogue of this episode.
    • The "Booster's Day Out" story from Earth-Prime #3 takes place during the events of this episode.
  • This episode marks the first appearance of Booster Gold in the Arrowverse continuity.
  • The Legends reform and slightly alter the timeline of Earth-Prime by preventing Alun Thomas from dying into World War I. They also replace him with his robot clone which preserves the Fixed Point of Time Travel.
    • Nate Heywood leaves the team as his powers are erased by mustard gas which corroded his steel skin.
  • Sara Lance's immortality temporary fades away as it is passed to her unborn child during her pregnancy.

Trivia

  • The real identites of those that tricked Booster Gold into being the Fixer of Time Travel have never been revealed.
  • In at least one possible future of Earth-Prime, Nate had his powers restored through unknown means and still suits up as Steel.[2]


See Also

Recommended Media

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Links and References

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Footnotes

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