Legion (2017–2019)
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Chapter 3 

David searches for answers, while a threat looms.


Michael Uppendahl


Peter Calloway, Noah Hawley (created by) | 3 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Stevens ... David Haller
Rachel Keller ... Syd Barrett
Aubrey Plaza ... Lenny Busker
Bill Irwin ... Cary Loudermilk
Jeremie Harris ... Ptonomy Wallace
Amber Midthunder ... Kerry Loudermilk
Katie Aselton ... Amy Haller
Jean Smart ... Dr. Melanie Bird
Scott Lawrence ... Dr. Poole
David Selby ... Brubaker
Mackenzie Gray ... The Eye
Quinton Boisclair Quinton Boisclair ... Devil with the Yellow Eyes
Ellie Araiza ... Philly
Eddie Jemison ... The Greek
Daniel Kai Lin ... Asian Teenager (as Daniel Kailin)


Melanie, along with others, continues her journey into David's dreams and discovers his additional powers of telekinesis and teleportation. However she encounters resistance. Division 3 interrogates Amy; David and Syd accidentally visit and observe this. Melanie decides on a new method to unlock David's dreams but with terrifying results as she encounters the yellow eyed devil.

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Written by Zachary Micheletti, Mimi Parker and Alan Sparhawk
Performed by Robert Plant
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The Secrets Have Secrets
24 February 2017 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

It isn't a week of superhero television without being overwhelmed and confused by another Legion episode. I usually pride myself in figuring out twists and mysteries before they happen, but I can't seem to get a grip on Legion, and the direction it's heading.

On one hand, the show continues to be entertaining and vastly different than anything else on TV. But I also want to caution that myself proclaiming the series' uniqueness shouldn't give the series a pass. I still need to see an actual direction for these characters and the show overall. Just because it does things differently, doesn't mean it's always good. Everything I've seen so far shows promise and is one-hundred percent intriguing, but that's about it.

So Team Legion (that's what I'll call them for now) is set on figuring out the ways David's mind works. Having to suppress his abilities a bit, David ends up having more trouble than initially thought to reach past memories. His sister is still kidnapped and the people who accompanies him on these memory trips are still in the dark about the lengths at which he can use his powers. How exactly is this different than last week's episode? I'm not sure it is. The entire episode is structured in the Inception-like dream/memory world inside David's mind. And really, that's where we stay until the credits roll. I would just like to see some more developments occur in those memories.

The imagery stays creepy, something the show never fails to do, but the characters (including David) don't make any real progress. Hopefully, by the time the 8th episode rolls around we have a clearer indication as to how everything works. I guess my disappointment lies in the fact that it doesn't feel like any answers are coming soon. The show-runners are having fun building secrecy for every character and every plot line. Sooner or later things are going to have to pick up.


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