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“Legends of Tomorrow” executive producer Phil Klemmer said that the show’s mission of the week aspect will be “exponentially more complicated” in Season 3. The CW

“Legends of Tomorrow” executive producer Phil Klemmer said that the show’s mission of the week aspect is going to be different in Season 3 of the CW series.

“The thing I can tease about next season [is that] it’s not going to be as simple as traveling through to famous eras in history and trying to spot the aberration and then correcting it,” Klemmer told Comicbook.com. “There’s going to be an added dimension. … It becomes exponentially more complicated, what the mission of the week will look like in Season 3.”

“The challenge of Season 3 is going to be coming up with a new mission of the week,” Klemmer said in a separate interview with Screener. “Because it's not as easy as going back in time and keeping George Lucas in film school.”

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In last night’s Season 2 finale, Sara (Caity Lotz) ultimately rewrote reality by de-powering the Spear of Destiny and unleashing the Black Flash on Eobard (Matt Letscher), who ended up being erased from existence. As part of setting everything right in the time stream, Mick (Dominic Purcell) erased Leonard’s (Wentworth Miller) memory and brought him back to Central City 2014 where Eobard scooped him out to be part of the Legion of Doom. Sara also wiped Damien’s (Neal McDonough) memory and returned him to Miami 1984.

The Legends — minus Rip (Arthur Darvill) who decided to leave the team — then took off to Aruba 2017. But their plan for a much needed R&R fell apart when a time storm ripped them from the time stream and deposited them in Los Angeles 2017, which was shockingly overrun by dinosaurs and sprinkled with futuristic buildings.

Apparently, the Legends broke time itself after they interacted with their future selves in the season finale, and that huge consequence is what will make Season 3 poles apart from previous installments of the series.

In a recent interview with IGN, Klemmer’s fellow executive producer Marc Guggenheim said that writers of the show had a “mini camp” where they talked about the broad strokes of Season 3. “I’m really excited. There are some really cool ideas,” he said. “We have a definite plan for who the antagonist or antagonists are for Season 3, but given the fact that I haven’t even pitched it to the studio or network yet, I’m reluctant to say anything in an interview.”

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