It's alright, I'll watch whatever version the library has for the DVD.
Neither sound like my type of book, but they might just interest my brother. I'll tell him about them.
As for why Jax wants to break up Firestorm (spoilers depending on how much of season two you watched), in one episode of season one/early season two (don't remember which), Stein talked with his younger self. That resulted in an aberration: him and his wife having a daughter. Anyway, once he found out about Lily's (that's her name) existence, he did what he could to keep it quiet so she wouldn't have to be erased (you know, since she's an aberration). The team found out and agreed to let her be after Sara had a talk with Stein.
In the season three premiere of Legends, we find out that Lily has a boyfriend and is pregnant. In this week's episode, Jax, Stein, and Rory used the WaveRider to go 2017 so Stein could be their for the birth of his first grandchild, Ronnie. This makes Jax realize that Stein may have friends on the ship, but his home (and his family) was with his wife, Lily, whoever Lily's boyfriend is, and baby Ronnie in 2017. However, he still wants to be Firestorm, so at the end of the episode this week, Jax asks Ray if he can help him break up Firestorm.
Sara and Alex definitely aren't getting together, but I wouldn't be surprised if they kissed.
I know! It's so weird seeing Hector from Electric Company, who always smiles, be Prometheus, the guy who gives a lot of evil smiles. He plays the part great though.
Why do you not watch Arrow? Is it lack of interest or did you try watching it and didn't like it? I can get if you didn't like it, I mostly watched it only because Flash, Legends, and Supergirl were in the same universe (well, not Supergirl, but they all had the same writers) and I felt the need to watch it all.
To be honest, I only liked season five. Season one of Arrow had some really bad acting from Stephen Amell (he got a lot better, but his acting is still the worst of all the DC leads to me). With season two, I didn't care much about Slade Wilson or his plot. Maybe it's because I didn't care much for the flashbacks. Season three made things too convoluted and let's not talk about season four. And so far, I'm not caring for season six (though I haven't seen this week's episode and it apparently has Michael Emerson, so the season could get better).
You're watching season two of Legends? Nice! It's so much better than season one. No immortal demigods who want to destroy the world and no Kendra saying yet again that just this many weeks/months ago, she had a normal life (I really did not like her character. At all). It does sadly lack Captain Cold. What episode are you at?