'Doom Patrol' Season 3 Episode 6: Fans love Laura and Rita, call them 'best duo'

Fans loved the interactions between characters Laura DeMille and Rita Farr, and found them cute as a pair


                            'Doom Patrol' Season 3 Episode 6: Fans love Laura and Rita, call them 'best duo'
The characters Laura and Rita in a still from 'Doom Patrol' (HBO MAX)

'1917 Patrol' was quite an interesting and pleasant episode to watch. Rita was transported back in time, coming across the Sisterhood of Dada and is immediately pulled into a swirl of surprises and impromptu parties as the rest of the gang grapple with personal problems in the present. 

As one of DC's most loved shows, 'Doom Patrol' continues to impress with no dull moments. Full of fun and out-of-this-world storylines and situations makes the show a pleasure to watch. 'Doom Patrol' fans are happy fans for a reason. With another brilliant episode added to the season, we saw fans rejoice. Here's what they thought of today's episode.

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Episode 6 of 'Doom Patrol' saw a lot of interesting developments. We see Rita (April Bowlby) land up in the year 1917 with her memory gone as she's escorted to the Bureau of Normalcy. Laura DeMille (Michelle Gomez), who works as an agent there, reveals the Sisterhood of Dada which she's part of and we are given a glimpse into their origins. Jane (Diane Guerrero) helps Kay (Skye Roberts) go above which helps her grow as a person. As she mingles with the Sisterhood, Rita loves it there and decides to stay back as she's happy. Cliff (Brendan Fraser) meanwhile is caught up in an online scam and decides to sell his body blueprints along with Vic's (Joivan Wade ) stuff for money.

Rita and the rest create a ruckus after being segregated like vermin from the agents as Laura rescues them in disguise. Vic is seen looking into a skin transplant while Larry (Matt Bomer) justifies his actions to his son. As Rita settles in, we see romance on the cards for her. The episode ends on an exciting note with a mocking threat from the Sisterhood to Laura in the present. Fans loved the interactions between characters Laura DeMille and Rita Farr, and found them cute as a pair. 

One show viewer tweeted, "Rita and Laura need to have a sleepover". Another fan said, "best new duo I think. #DoomPatrol". Another fan said, "what is it with losing memory that makes laura and rita so cute and needs to be protected at all cost ?? #DoomPatrol". Another compained about a behind the scenes picture of one of their scenes together, saying: "So Rita had her hands on Laura's knees the whole time and they didn't let me see?" Yet another fan said, "“It’s alright, honey” if laura keeps giving rita pet names i will combust #DoomPatrol".

 



 



 



 

 



 



 

 

'Doom Patrol' airs every Thursday on HBO MAX

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