Legends of Tomorrow: Nora Darhk Pulls Off Her Most Shocking Move Yet

SPOILER WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for "Tagumo Attacks!!!," the latest episode of DC's Legends of Tomorrow.

Nora Darhk is a fugitive no more. In "Tagumo Attacks!!!," the latest episode of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, the former villain turned herself into the Time Bureau and was placed under arrest.

As Constantine lay dying from his decision to save a young boy by sharing his life force, Ray sought out Nora, the only person they knew could help. He found her hiding in plain sight: in 2018 at a Renaissance fair. Despite her initial reluctance, Ray was able to convince her to help -- and help she did. Using a blend of science and magic, Ray and Nora were able to revive Constantine with no lasting repercussions.

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Once they were sure Constantine was safe, Ray gave the Time Stone to Nora in an effort to let her escape again. As they spoke, she realized he truly saw the good in everyone -- even her. In an effort to prove him right and show him she could be redeemed, she used the Time Stone to take them both to the Time Bureau. Once there, she was promptly arrested, much to Ray's dismay.

"She wants to pay. She wants people to know that she paid her penance and worked to be a better person," Nora actor Courtney Ford explained during a set visit. "She knows that people don't trust her and knows why they wouldn't trust her and accepts that and really has committed herself to doing the work to show people that she's different. She has to prove it to herself too."

However, Nora's incarceration won't be the end of her relationship with Ray. "They start writing each other letters," Ford revealed.

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"She gives herself over willingly, knowing that she is going to pay for her crimes and hopefully continue to rehabilitate herself, which is a strong power move of taking responsibility and making amends for what she’s done," added Brandon Routh, who plays Ray "The Atom" Palmer. "Ray is, I think, very proud of her and also sad, because he didn’t necessarily want her to do that. As much as he’s a rule-followers, he would have rather had her free and away so that he could spend time with her and she could be away.

"But there are some fun interactions that happen in the next couple of episodes with her being in the Time Bureau prison," he teased. "Ray finds an interesting way to get to her, to see her and visit her... It does involve shrinking, yes."

Airing Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow stars Caity Lotz, Dominic Purcell, Brandon Routh, Nick Zano, Maisie Richardson-Sellers, Tala Ashe, Matt Ryan, Jes Macallan and Courtney Ford.

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