Damn, Legion is going all out in the surrealism department in its final season. Granted it's a hippie commune on this show, but even still, it was all kinds of freaky. I really enjoyed the structure of this episode, starting with a wonderful introduction to Switch, where we see her normal life before she picked up on David's "advertisement" for a time traveler and fell down the rabbit looking for him. Then Division 3 attacks...and succeeds. Lucky for David he just happened to get a time traveler exactly when he needed one and manages to escape, but not before Farouk discovered Switch and her sudden allegiance to David. In the final part of the episode, we catch up with Division 3 and what they've been up to, leading up to their attack on David's commune from their perspective...only to find the commune physically leaves its physical space (and thus showing just how powerful David has become). I love how the show depicts time travel with Switch walking down curved corridors with alloted time doors and an instruction manual in her Walkman. I'm curious about this so-called demon she has to avoid waking up if she travels too far back. I guess it's some "natural" mechanism to prevent people from mucking up the timeline too much? Or perhaps its something artificially placed by someone? I don't know if anyone else noticed this, but thanks to Shazam, I discovered that the group that performed the song in the Pregnant Virgin...lobby (for the lack of a better word)...is a real band who played one of their own songs: Superorganism and "Something For Your M.I.N.D." Oh, that's cool. I hadn't realized she was previously known character, nor did I know that Tsai had created covers for Marvel in the past. Thanks for the links! Welcome to the madhouse! Enjoy the incredible ride.