A generally enjoyable episode, marred by some facile script-writing choices. For example, people not listening to each other or cutting short a conversation as the other person is trying to convey vital information, about a conspiracy in this specific instance. Plus some illogical character behaviour: why would Sara or Ava spontaneously dismiss the possibility of a conspiracy at the Time Bureau, considering all the double-dealings and underhanded actions they have witnessed over the previous seasons? At least Sara quickly allowed Zari to investigate it, just in case. And once confronted with the reality of the deception, why would Ava find it okay that she was lied to by Hank and was manipulated by him?
I have enjoyed Constantine from the start and previously on his own short-lived series, and he is becoming more and more of a delight. The actor is obviously having a ball. No mention of his boyfriend, although we did spot him during the gala, sporting the patented Evil Smile all villains, possessed or not, eventually display. Was it just me or does he not look a lot like Jussie Smollett, which had not struck me before since I do not watch Empire?