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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Lagamorph » Thu Oct 30, 2014 10:23 am

Watching this on Sky so only seen the first episode so far, but really enjoyed it.
I'm hoping that this is going to be a little bit more light hearted and 'fun' than Arrow. Don't get me wrong, Arrow is great, but I'd like Flash to avoid being dark and broody all the time, otherwise it's just going to be a carbon copy.

Also loved the [is]newspaper at the end of the episode. Not sure if the 'Missing in Crisis' line is a reference to some kind of Infinite Crisis type event, or just a general crisis that was going on at the time. Also loved the reference to Wayne-Tech as well.[/is]

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by TV Dinner » Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:04 pm

[iup=3602874]Lagamorph[/iup] wrote:Watching this on Sky so only seen the first episode so far, but really enjoyed it.
I'm hoping that this is going to be a little bit more light hearted and 'fun' than Arrow. Don't get me wrong, Arrow is great, but I'd like Flash to avoid being dark and broody all the time, otherwise it's just going to be a carbon copy.

Also loved the [is]newspaper at the end of the episode. Not sure if the 'Missing in Crisis' line is a reference to some kind of Infinite Crisis type event, or just a general crisis that was going on at the time. Also loved the reference to Wayne-Tech as well.[/is]


The red skies hint to Crisis on Infinite Earths where Barry Allen died.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Dblock » Thu Oct 30, 2014 4:15 pm

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Dblock » Thu Oct 30, 2014 4:16 pm

[iup=3602961]Memento Mori[/iup] wrote:
[iup=3602874]Lagamorph[/iup] wrote:Watching this on Sky so only seen the first episode so far, but really enjoyed it.
I'm hoping that this is going to be a little bit more light hearted and 'fun' than Arrow. Don't get me wrong, Arrow is great, but I'd like Flash to avoid being dark and broody all the time, otherwise it's just going to be a carbon copy.

Also loved the [is]newspaper at the end of the episode. Not sure if the 'Missing in Crisis' line is a reference to some kind of Infinite Crisis type event, or just a general crisis that was going on at the time. Also loved the reference to Wayne-Tech as well.[/is]


The red skies hint to Crisis on Infinite Earths where Barry Allen died.


What the strawberry float dude. That is a massive spoiler

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Lagamorph » Thu Oct 30, 2014 8:53 pm

[iup=3603254]Dblock[/iup] wrote:
[iup=3602961]Memento Mori[/iup] wrote:
[iup=3602874]Lagamorph[/iup] wrote:Watching this on Sky so only seen the first episode so far, but really enjoyed it.
I'm hoping that this is going to be a little bit more light hearted and 'fun' than Arrow. Don't get me wrong, Arrow is great, but I'd like Flash to avoid being dark and broody all the time, otherwise it's just going to be a carbon copy.

Also loved the [is]newspaper at the end of the episode. Not sure if the 'Missing in Crisis' line is a reference to some kind of Infinite Crisis type event, or just a general crisis that was going on at the time. Also loved the reference to Wayne-Tech as well.[/is]


The red skies hint to Crisis on Infinite Earths where Barry Allen died.


What the strawberry float dude. That is a massive spoiler

Only if you've never read the comics.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by TV Dinner » Thu Oct 30, 2014 9:20 pm

[iup=3603254]Dblock[/iup] wrote:
[iup=3602961]Memento Mori[/iup] wrote:
[iup=3602874]Lagamorph[/iup] wrote:Watching this on Sky so only seen the first episode so far, but really enjoyed it.
I'm hoping that this is going to be a little bit more light hearted and 'fun' than Arrow. Don't get me wrong, Arrow is great, but I'd like Flash to avoid being dark and broody all the time, otherwise it's just going to be a carbon copy.

Also loved the [is]newspaper at the end of the episode. Not sure if the 'Missing in Crisis' line is a reference to some kind of Infinite Crisis type event, or just a general crisis that was going on at the time. Also loved the reference to Wayne-Tech as well.[/is]


The red skies hint to Crisis on Infinite Earths where Barry Allen died.


What the strawberry float dude. That is a massive spoiler


They're never going to get to that point in the show. It's an easter egg.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by HM » Thu Oct 30, 2014 9:40 pm

Just finished ep 3. The fire and ice nod wink was a bit on the nose :lol: :lol:

ep 4 - 7 mins in jesus strawberry floating christ felicity :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

the black dress omfg hhnnngggghhh

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Dblock » Thu Nov 06, 2014 4:11 pm

Is there no Flash episode this week?

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Monkey Man » Thu Nov 06, 2014 7:17 pm

[iup=3608630]Dblock[/iup] wrote:Is there no Flash episode this week?

No due to mid-term elections on Tuesday.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Hexx » Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:43 pm

Trailer for next few episodes


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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by TV Dinner » Tue Nov 11, 2014 10:46 pm

Clancy Brown :wub:
Flash learning to fight.
Clock King! :wub:


Great trailer.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by TV Dinner » Wed Nov 12, 2014 6:21 pm

1x05-


-Being a soldier doesn't mean you're a murderer.
*Plastique is murdered by a soldier*
-Sorry!



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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Dblock » Wed Nov 12, 2014 8:44 pm

Is Grodd a well known villain or something ?

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by TV Dinner » Wed Nov 12, 2014 8:50 pm

[iup=3613078]Dblock[/iup] wrote:Is Grodd a well known villain or something ?

He's one of the most famous Flash villians because he's a talking super-intelligent gorilla. Also he's telepathic.


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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by HM » Wed Nov 12, 2014 10:02 pm

STOP TAKING YOUR MASK OFF BARRY FOR FFS

Also putting this out there to cash in later - Harrison Wells is Barry Allen

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Irene Demova » Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:35 pm

I'm half expecting it to go all Animal Man with Wells since he seems to be intentionally creating the flash and all of his villains

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Dblock » Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:10 pm

[iup=3613206]HM[/iup] wrote:STOP TAKING YOUR MASK OFF BARRY FOR FFS

Also putting this out there to cash in later - Harrison Wells is Barry Allen

:?: :?:

Are you saying he is from the future?+

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Irene Demova » Thu Nov 20, 2014 5:54 am

Every single week I forget to turn down my volume for the MY NAME IS BARRY ALLEN at the start of the episode. My poor ears
"A man of steel" :lol: strawberry float off cisco

I love the 2 minute teasers they do at the end, this week's was especially good. It was so bad when Agents of Shield did the same thing in it's early episodes because it had nothing to tease.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by TV Dinner » Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:26 pm

1x06- Yes that epilogue was great. I've arrived at the belief that Thawne and Wells are working together, with Wells the brains of the operation. Thawne really doesn't do enough at the minute to justify his existence so he's probably the actual guy in the Reverse Flash suit.


[iup=3618403]Irene Demova[/iup] wrote:Every single week I forget to turn down my volume for the MY NAME IS BARRY ALLEN at the start of the episode. My poor ears
"A man of steel" :lol: strawberry float off cisco



I liked the Man of Steel reference because Wells was clearly intentionally making a Superman joke that only he would get. To get all meta for a second, Wells is the comic book reader who knows all the characters' futures. He's basically Superboy Prime.

[iup=3618073]Dblock[/iup] wrote:
[iup=3613206]HM[/iup] wrote:STOP TAKING YOUR MASK OFF BARRY FOR FFS

Also putting this out there to cash in later - Harrison Wells is Barry Allen

:?: :?:

Are you saying he is from the future?+

He definitely has access to future knowledge as seen with his 2024 newspaper in the first episode.


That epilogue aside, the cafe interrogation was the best scene by far.

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PostRe: The Flash -Tuesdays in the US/UK
by Pedz » Thu Nov 20, 2014 4:14 pm

Isn't Super Boy Prime evil as strawberry float and extremely powerful, like kick the gooseberry fool outta everyone powerful?

I know you're not saying Wells is him, just a general question really.

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