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The Beebo doll and the Viking trappings proved to be an endless source of amusement here, while at the same time serving as a clever way to briefly bring Graeme Mc Comb’s younger Martin Stein back into the picture.

There were plenty of great character moments along the way as that conflict grew progressively more chaotic.

This episode proved very reminiscent of “Return of the Mack” in how an initially goofy storyline took a dark turn with the appearance of Damien Darhk.

Best known for her roles on the television shows “Smallville” “Bitten” and “V,” she has built a loyal, international fan base of men and women of all ages.

Laura currently stars as ‘Elena Michaels’, the world’s only female werewolf in the Space original series “Bitten,” produced by No Equal Entertainment, Hoodwink Entertainment, and Entertainment One (e One).

And it helped Jax move past his guilt and embrace the next phase of his own journey.

Seeing Jax bid farewell to his team/family was extremely bittersweet.

Leo’s antics are a hoot, but the revamped Captain Cold/Heat Wave relationship proved very poignant as well.

I’m thrilled that Miller, like Garber, is being given an opportunity to really have fun with his character before saying his final Arrowverse farewell.

Several TV appearances afterwards such as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” led Laura into the hands of The CW network.

Landing the coveted role of “Supergirl” AKA “Kara” on the hit The CW series “Smallville,” Laura became the main focus of the 7th season of the popular sci-fi drama. Following “Smallville,” Laura booked the sequel to the Jessica Alba/Paul Walker feature film “Into The Blue” titled “Into the Blue 2: The Reef.” Following “The Reef,” the in-demand actress went directly into filming “The Jazzman,” “Out of Control,” “Damage” and a miniseries that was the Sy Fy channel’s re-launch of Philip José Farmer’s “Riverworld.” While shooting “Riverworld,” Laura also booked a series regular spot for ABC’s sci-fi series “V” amongst Elizabeth Mitchell (“Lost”) and Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”).

Wentworth Miller’s return really helped speed things along this week.

“Leo” Snart is a real blast – even more entertaining here than he was in “Crisis on Earth-X.” This episode reminded me how much the team dynamic lost when the original Snart was killed off in Season 1.

Laura Vandervoort is a versatile actress who not only crosses over genres, but also changes from character to character flawlessly embracing the essence of every role she plays.

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