Beebo Joins The Legends Of Tomorrow On New Poster


I don’t know about you, but I seriously need to start asking Arrowverse fans whom I meet at conventions if indeed Beebo is the phenomenon producers believe him to be. Then again, vocal minorities on social media can be credited with things such as Felicity Smoak being virtually as bulletproof as Superman, so this hypothetical survey could go either way.

For those unfamiliar, Beebo was a talking stuffed animal introduced midway through Legends of Tomorrow‘s third season. Strangely enough, a giant version of him was conjured Stay Puft Marshmallow Man-style in the finale in order to combat that year’s big bad, Mallus.

In the time since, the little blue fella has made cameo appearances on both Arrow and Supergirl and, more recently, been featured on some new promo artwork that can be viewed below. Seen cradled by Heat Wave, he and the rest of the Waverider crew encourage us to stream season 4’s first five episodes on The CW App.

Though it’s recommended you obey the machine, know that you’ll have to act quickly. You see, the network affords us only five episodes at a time on their app and website, so chapters 2-6 will be the only ones available by this time tomorrow. In other words, you’ll have to wait until they re-run “Gary The Virgin” in prime time before it streams again.

For more on this series, be sure to check out the official synopsis for tonight’s episode, “Tender is the Nate“:

SHOCKED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN — When Hank Heywood (guest star Tom Wilson) confronts Ava (Jes Macallan) about the spending habits of the Legends, Nate (Nick Zano) steps in to try and smooth things over by inviting Hank on to the Waverider. The Legends then show Hank what they do by visiting 1920s Paris, trying to capture the newest Fugitive. Meanwhile, Mona (Ramona Young) is trying to make a good impression with Ava, but her over eagerness gets her and Ava stuck in a cell instead. Caity Lotz, Matt Ryan, Brandon Routh, Dominic Purcell, Tala Ashe and Maisie Richardson-Sellers also star. Dean Choe directed the episode written by Phil Klemmer & Matthew Maala wrote the episode (#406). Original airdate 11/26/2018.

Legends of Tomorrow airs on Monday nights on The CW.