The episode most excels when it turns its camera on the public and how they decipher the White Bronco chase.
The show poses though questions about the case (the most important being: Did O.J. really do it?) — and doesn't give many answers.
If J.R.R. Tolkien had somehow written “The Hobbit” as a Broadway musical directed by Mel Gibson, then this 20-minute episode would hit the target dead-center.
In the U.S. versus Japan competition, no tiebreaker was necessary: the U.S. won easily, earning six points to Japan’s zero.
It returns to familiar rhetoric about terrorism and 9/11, news clips about the Paris attacks and an ominous warning about the future looking grim.
I forgot about all my nitpicks and bought into the energy of the show.
Full of hysterical one-liners, this episode is no exception to the show's continued ability to elicit endless laughs.
Plots based around time traveling can be irresistible when they're mapped out logically, but sometimes the plot of "Legends" requires you to ignore glaring inconsistencies.
If you're looking to catch a Quidditch match, then you're in the wrong place.
In the telenovela world of drug lords and baby kidnappers, the badassery that exudes from Gina Rodriguez is the only constant.