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Legends of Tomorrow: Nick Zano Says He Was Told Warner Wanted At Least 100 Episodes When He Came On

Last week, DC's Legends of Tomorrow star Nick Zano took center stage for an episode that centered on the Cuban Missile Crisis, and we spoke with him briefly about that. During that conversation, we got to talking a little bit about how the departure of Dominic Purcell means that Nate Heywood (Zano) is now one of the two longest-serving Legends, behind the final original-generation Legend and current captain of the Waverider, Sara Lance (Caity Lotz). It's an interesting place for Zano to be in -- not only becuase it doesn't seem so long since he was the new guy, but because he has never before been the grizzled veteran, hanging out for dozens of episodes and watching turnover.
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‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’ Star Nick Zano Breaks Down That Wild Nuclear Football Game

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has never been a show afraid of really digging into a epically stupid joke, and making it come back around to absolutely brilliant. And thankfully, we got another one of those moments on this week’s episode, “Bay of Squids,” thanks to — and spoilers beyond this point — a battle for the nuclear football, in the oval office, held between JFK’s team and an opposing general.
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Legends of Tomorrow Star Nick Zano Calls the Show "A Really Bizarre Saturday Night Live"

If the mission statements for the Legends is, as Nate Heywood once said, "sometimes, we screw things up for the better," tonight's episode will give them a great opportunity to do just that, with Nate in the lead. Dropped into the events of the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Legends find themselves in the midldle of an incredibly sensitive moment, which has proven to be a key event in recent history. If there's ever a time and place that felt like it called for a scalpel, it's the missile crisis...but in come the Legends with their chainsaws, ready to go.
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