Legion (2017– )
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Chapter 6 

David goes back to where it all started.

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Rudy
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Ptonomy (5 yrs)
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The Man Who Hides
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The Man in All His Clothes (as Eugene Wong)
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Skeletal Fat Lady
Quinton Boisclair ...
Devil with the Yellow Eyes
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David, his friends from Summerland and The Eye from Division 3, end up at the mental asylum. They are being treated by Lenny. All of them struggle with their own mental issues as strange occurrences take place. Is this reality or a dream or somewhere in between? Written by anshu

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Goofs

In Chapter 6, when Syd enters the common area of the mental hospital, she focuses on Cary and Kerry playing table tennis for a moment. A closer look reveals that the actors are only pantomiming and don't actually have a ball. Table Tennis sound effects were added in post production to cover up the goof and, a few moments later, the two are shown again playing with a real ball. See more »

Quotes

David Haller: People always talk about the depression side. But it is the other side, that invulnerable feeling. It's dangerous.
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References 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) See more »

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Requiem, Op. 48: Libera Me
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Performed by Lisa Beckley, Colm Carey, Nicholas Gedge, Oxford Schola Cantorum, Jeremy Summerly & Oxford Camerata
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Avant-Garde Garbage
21 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

The name of this show is Legion...not Psycho Ward! Their formula sucks. They have 80% mental stuff, and 20% mutant & action stuff. This is a formula for disaster. I started watching this show because wanted to see a show about mutants and superheroes, but instead I got this crap. Whatever the hell this is... If they don't fix this, then this show won't make it to a second season. And I get that this is "The Artistic" mutant show, but they need to seriously reel it in. Too much style, and too little substance.


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