What the fuck
Season 1 only had 23
I don’t even know what that picture is from. Whatever it IS from, though, it is wrong.
Actually, it’s starting over from season 1 EPISODE 1… literally, the opening scene of the first episode. Everything beyond that has been changed now.
Anyway… I blame a writing staff that, apparently, did not know how to handle the awesomeness of the first season, on taking up the reigns of the second season. I noticed that a few of the regular writers from season 1 did not make the jump to the second season (Geoff Johns, Alison Schapker) and a couple that did seemed to fade out around the midway point:
Ben Sokolowski left after episode 4.
Grainne Godfree left after episode 5.
Gabrielle Stanton left after episode 6.
Andrew Kreisberg stopped writing after episode 9.
Brooke Eikmeier stopped writing after episode 6.
Right around episode 10 or so, suddenly, you have an influx of brand new writers coming in.
Oddly enough, Legends of Tomorrow, which was mostly ranging between “ehh…” to “meh” for it’s first 13 episodes, actually ended on a high note with the final 3 episodes being the best the season had to offer. Complete polar opposite. One started great and ended up being not good at all and the other started being not great and ended pretty well.