The Flash S3E23 Review: “Finish Line”

Here we are at the end of our marathon. Lisa, Tony and Moze look at how the season finale paid off our predictions. What will season four look like? And the Flashcast team gives its fond goodbyes to you, the listeners, after a marvelous three years.

The Flash S3E22 Review: “Infantino Street”

“Infantino Street” is the episode season three has been building toward, in which Iris’s death at the hands of Savitar isn’t a distant probability but a reality Barry must face. The episode is interspersed with reminders of her impending doom. Twenty-four hours until Iris West dies, count down the episode with us.

The Flash S3E21 Review: “Cause and Effect”

Team Flash works on their Savitar trap, but in the meantime, what if we experimented on Barry’s brain in order to slow down Savitar? What could go wrong? And so amnesia hijinks ensue! With Barry having no memory and Wally’s powers reset, the city has no Flash, which is a problem when discount Heat Wave goes on a rampage. Killer Frost offers to help out Team Flash at the price of Barry’s innocence.

The Flash Review: S3E19-20 “I Know Who You Are”

A special double episode exposing Savitar’s identity that everyone seemed to already know. How did we feel about it? Where do we go from here? Sit back and let us figure that out together as Lisa, Tony and Moze put on their Strange Metal suits and run around this narrative.

The Flash S3E18 Review: “Abra Kadabra”

The magic is back on this week’s episode of “The Flash”. At least Moze tries in earnest to convince Tony and Lisa. The episode presented a nice change of pace. Team Flash faced new challenges this week as Abra Kadabra waged a magical war on Central City.

The Flash S3E17 Review: “Duet”

The long awaited musical crossover episode arrives. Lisa, Tony, and special guest Jess Viator discuss musicals, this episode, and the impact on the season as whole.

The Flash S3E16 Review: “Into the Speed Force”

Away we go to visit “The Speed Force” again with Barry and company. Not pulling any punches, Lisa, Tony and Moze are having a hard time with the trajectory this season. We take a time out to discuss our dreams for the show. We also anticipate the musical episode next week and how Moze will handle it.

The Flash S3E15 Review: “The Wrath of Savitar”

It is time for the big bad Savitar to return to Central City and the team isn’t ready for him. However, it may be a plot problem. And your Flashcast team has a moment of catharsis over what has happened to the Flash team we love so much.


The Flash S3E14 Review: “Attack on Central City”

The gang is back and ready to see how Central City did against an army of Super Gorillas. Was this episode a CG love fest or just an Earth-19 Friendship Day? And join us in the after show as we brainstorm our new business venture.


The Flash S3E13 Review: “Attack on Gorilla City”

Your cryptograph invitation has arrived! It is time to finally explore the deep jungle that is Gorilla City. Join us for the monkey business in this first part of the Grodd saga.


The Flash S3E12 Review: “Untouchable”

The gang is here to discuss the “unnecessary and awesome” things we saw on this week’s “The Flash.” Team Flash is racing against the clock to save Iris from dying via a metahuman’s deadly touch. (Uh, what was that bad guy’s name, anyway?)


The Flash S3E11 Review: “Dead or Alive”

This week Kid Flash finally gets a front-page story thanks to Iris’s “bulletproof” reporting. Cisco goes toe-to-toe with a “collector” from Earth-19 that is returning H.R. Wells to face justice for world-hopping. And even Julian finds a way to lend a hand.



The Flash Review: S3E10 “Borrowing Problems from the Future”

The break is over and it is time to time travel…again. Join Lisa, Tony and Moze for the journey. Barry is tormented by his vision of the future where Iris is murdered by Savitar. When a criminal named Plunder shows up in Central City, Barry recalls the villain’s presence in his vision of the future and fears that if he catches Plunder, it will cement Iris’ fate. Confused about Barry’s hesitation to stop Plunder, Wally decides to step in as Kid Flash. Caitlin offers Julian a job.


The Flash S3E7-9 Reviews

The Flashcast is back at long last with a look at the final three episodes before the holiday break! Crossovers! Draco Malfoy! And much more.


The Flash S3E5 Review: “Shade”

When Wally starts having dreams about being Kid Flash, Barry realizes he has to tell Wally, Iris and Joe about what happened to Wally in Flashpoint in order to keep him safe.

Lisa, Tony and Moze try to make sense on where this season may be going, while wondering, “What’s the Flashpoint?”


The Flash S3E5 Review: “Monster”

Timeline restored! The gang is back and talking “Monster.”


Desperate to understand what is happening to her, Caitlin visits her mother, Dr. Tannhauser, a renowned biomedical researcher, in the hopes that her mother can provide some answers about Caitlin’s growing meta-human powers. However, when Dr. Tannhauser treats her daughter like a test subject, Caitlin grows cold and brings up past wounds causing the two to have a major blowout. Meanwhile, after a mysterious new meta-human attacks Central City, Barry tries to convince Julian to let him assist on the case.


The Flash: S3E2-4 Reviews

As your favorite team deals with the wormholes of scheduling, Tony and Moze take on the three most recent episodes of The Flash.



The Flash S3E1 Review: “Flashpoint”

Lisa, Tony and Jason are back like they always have been. Nothing has changed right?


Barry is living his dream life - his parents are alive, he’s asked Iris West on a date and he can finally be a normal guy as Central City has another speedster, Kid Flash, running around saving the city. When Barry starts forgetting parts of his old life, the Reverse Flash taunts his nemesis and tells him that there will be serious repercussions for Barry and the ones he loves if he continues to live in this alternate universe. In addition to losing his memories, his powers will also start to fade. When disaster strikes, Barry must decide if he wants to continue to live in this world as Barry Allen or return to his universe as The Flash.


Flashcast Summer Session: Justice League: “A Better World”

In an alternate reality, a version of the Justice League known as the Justice Lords discovers the League’s world and plot to take it over.

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Flashcast Summer Session: Justice League: The Brave and the Bold

Central City is under the rule of Grodd, who plans on attacking Gorilla City with missiles. As Flash confronts the maniacal ape the team races to stop the destruction.


Next Summer Session will be “Justice League” Season 2, Episodes 11-12: “A Better World.”


Flashcast Summer Session: “Flashpoint Paradox”

As promised, the Flash team brings you the first of our summer sessions.


Summer Homework 2: Justice League 14&15 “The Brave and the Bold”

Summer Homework 3: Justice League 37-38 “A Better World”

Summer Homework 4: Justice League Unlimited 31 “Flash and Substance” and 34 “The Great Brain Robbery”


The Flash S2E23 Review: “The Race Of His Life”

The finale is here and Barry vows to stop Zoom after learning Zoom’s true plans. Join us as we reveal our thoughts on this packed episode and the season as a whole. Plus, we offer our crystal-ball predictions.

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The Flash S2E22 Review: “Invincible”

After Zoom unleashes an army of Earth-2 meta-humans on Central City, Barry is shaken when he sees their leader is the Black Canary’s Earth-2 doppelganger, the Black Siren. Meanwhile, Wally takes to the streets to help The Flash stop the meta-humans, which worries Joe. Iris and Henry are concerned about Barry taking on Zoom.


The Flash S2E21 Review: “The Runaway Dinosaur”

Surprise! We’re back early with our review of this special episode. With Barry gone, the team must figure out a way to handle the return of an old enemy: Girder. Realizing the zombified Girder is retracing his steps from his last attack, Iris volunteers to act as bait to trap him in S.T.A.R. Labs. Meanwhile, Barry takes a vision quest with the Speed Force and fights to return to his old life.


The Flash S2E19-20 Review: “Back to Normal” and “Rupture”


Barry still has no speed and feels incomplete. Zoom arrives back on Earth 1 intent on taking over Central City. Barry and Wells come up with a plan to stop Zoom once and for all, but it’s extremely dangerous. Unsure if he should take the risk, Barry reaches out to both fathers for advice. Henry is adamantly opposed to Barry risking his life again but Joe thinks he can handle it which puts the two men at odds with each other.


The Flash S2E17-18 Review: “Flash Back” and “Versus Zoom”

Two Flashcasts in one! After the shocking revelation that Zoom is Jay Garrick, Barry is more determined than ever to get back to Earth-2 to stop Zoom forever. Then in “Versus Zoom,” Barry believes he is fast enough to stop Zoom and wants to open the breaches to catch him. Harry strongly advises against that plan, but after Barry convinces him, Harry reveals that Cisco has the power to re-open the breach. Meanwhile, Hunter Zoloman’s painful story on Earth-2 is revealed.


The Flash S2E16 review: “Trajectory”

The gang is back from hiatus! Having arrived in town intent on creating maximum chaos, Trajectory’s antics are misinterpreted as having been perpetrated by The Flash himself. Barry must quickly uncover the mystery of the girl under the mask—as well as what is driving her mad desire for speed and destruction.


The Flash S2E15 review: “King Shark”

Who’s the big fish with the shredded pants that make the fans crazy? King Shark! And in another slightly interesting development, Zoom takes off his mask—which presents more questions than answers. Special Guest David J. Loehr joins the breakdown of this fantastic episode.



The Flash S2E14 review: “Escape from Earth-2”

Lisa returns from Earth-2 to join Moze and Tony! Now the team races to find Zoom’s lair and asks for help from the most unexpected source. Meanwhile, back on Earth-1, Caitlin rushes to perfect Velocity 9 so that Jay can stop the Geomancer. Predictions and research continue as Tony and Moze delight in the conspiracy.



The Flash S2E12-E13 review: “Fast Lane” and “Welcome to Earth 2”

Here comes another double dose of double episodes like a Doppelgänger do. Tony and Moze explore the Tarpit of Central City briefly, then make a jump on the speed cannon to welcome Earth 2 with open arms with an armful of easter eggs.



The Flash S2E11 review: “Reverse Flash Returns”

The man in the yellow suit makes his return to Central City, but how is Eobard Thawne even alive after being wiped from history?! Tony and Moze try to unravel a thick yellow thread.


The Flash S2E10 review: “Potential Energy”

Break time is over, and it’s time to get back to work! Now that they’ve grown closer, Barry considers telling Patty that he is The Flash. Meanwhile, Joe and Iris try to get to know Wally, and the team hunts down a meta-human who can slow time itself. Get your CSI University application together and then join us.


The Flash S2E9 review: “Running to Stand Still”

When the Weather Wizard returns to break Leonard Snart and The Trickster out of Iron Heights, Barry must stop these rogues from taking over Central City during Christmas. Meanwhile, Joe and Iris meet Wally West at last!



The Flash S2E8 review: “Legends of Today”

It’s crossover time! We welcome special guest Dan Moren from the Speedy Arrowcast as we cover the first part of this week’s Flash-Arrow crossover. Vandal Savage arrives in Central City and sets his sights on Kendra! Team Arrow comes to the rescue! And Jay and Harry reach some sort of understanding.


The Flash S2E7 review: “Gorilla Warfare”

Grodd returns to Central City and kidnaps Caitlin. Barry and team race to find her before it’s too late. Meanwhile, Cisco plans his first date with the new barista at Jitters, Kendra Saunders, and Patty begins to suspect Barry is hiding something from her.



The Flash S2E6 review: “Enter Zoom”

After recent events, Barry decides it’s time to confront Zoom and comes up with a dangerous plan. Caitlin sides with Jay, and deems it too dangerous for Barry to engage with the speed demon. However, Iris shows her support and brings forth a surprising ally. We also see what Earth-2 Harrison Wells’ life was like before coming through the breach.



The Flash S2E5 review: “The Darkness and the Light”

Barry learns a new breacher, Dr. Light, has come through the portal and sets off to capture her. Jay tells Barry that Dr. Light was not a threat on Earth-2 and that Barry can reason with her. However, during a fight with The Flash, she blinds him and drops some shocking news about Zoom. Meanwhile, Barry and Patty go out on a date.


The Flash S2E4 review: “The Fury of Firestorm”

Barry and the team look for another Firestorm match for Dr. Stein. When the team meets Jefferson “Jax” Jackson, Caitlin has her reservations about whether Jax is the right match for Dr. Stein. Iris surprises Joe, while Barry and Patty grow closer.



The Flash S2E3 review: “A Family of Rogues”

Now that Barry’s resolved his own family issues, it’s time for him to play super therapist to the super criminal family, the Snarts.



The Flash S2E2 review: “Flash of Two Worlds”

Trust is the theme of this week’s episode of “The Flash.” Barry must learn to trust his team at S.T.A.R. Labs, including the Earth-2 hero Jay Garrick. Trust us—your Flash Flashcast team has this episode covered.


The Flash S2E1 review: “The Man Who Saved Central City”

Season two is here and the gang is back together! (On the show and on the Flash Flashcast!) Join us as we celebrate Flash Day and look at where this season may be headed.


The Flash S1E7-9 review: “Power Outage” / “Flash vs. Arrow” / “The Man in the Yellow Suit”

At long last your Flashcast team finishes its first-season review and is ready for season two. Join us for this power-packed three episode recap! (These shows originally led to the mid-season finale.)

Thank you to all those who have been running after the speed force this year with us! See you in October!


The Flash S1E5-6 review: “Plastique” and “The Flash is Born”

Continuing our first-season flashbacks! After a bomb goes off downtown, the army, led by General Eiling, rolls in and takes over the case. Suspicious arises at S.T.A.R. Labs. Barry Allen is eager to make a name for himself and wants everyone to know who the “Red Streak” really is.


The Flash S1E3-4 review: “Things You Can’t Outrun” and “Going Rogue”

In our retro-review of the early episodes of season 1, we continue to follow the mysterious “streak” as he learns what a hero needs to know and meets archvillain Captain Cold, who makes his presence felt in Central City. Join us as we take a look back in time as we anticipate the run-up to season 2!


The Flash S1E1-2 review: “Pilot” and “The Fastest Man Alive”

Hey, the Flashcast band is back! It is time for the summer backfill, starting with the first two episodes. Join us as we take a look back in time in a run up to season 2! tv87.jpg


The Flash S1E23 review: “Fast Enough”

It’s time for the first season finale! Your humble Flashcast hosts navigate wormholes of emotion and are left with many questions that only a scientician could answer. Our last run though Central City until the fall—faster than we’ve ever gone before!—begins now.


The Flash S1E22 recap: “Rogue Air”

What is the outcome when you flip morals to enlist a Prison Breaker? How do you turn off a particle accelerator filled with Metahumans? It may seem impossible, but it’s pretty much usual on our weekly jog. This is the final stretch to the finale. Let’s go!


The Flash S1E21 review: “Grodd Lives”

This is Tony’s dream episode… featuring the one and only Gorilla Grodd. We also see a new balance in characters as Iris is brought into the fold, exerting herself as a woman to be noticed. Join us for our weekly run through Central City.


The Flash S1E20 review: “The Trap”

Join the gang as we pick up where we left off, in the no-longer-secret Time Vault at the heart of S.T.A.R. Labs. We end with all secrets—okay, most secrets—revealed in Eobard’s master plan. Lisa, Tony and Moze try to make sense of the potential for time paradoxes, so strap on your running shoes.



The Flash S1E19 review: “Who is Harrison Wells?”

Lisa, Tony and Moze find Cisco and Joe traveling to Starling City to find proof of Wells’ mischief. Meanwhile Barry, Eddie, and Caitlin fight off a shape-shifting metahuman, the Everyman.

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The Flash S1E18 review: “All-Star Team Up”

Lisa, Tony and Moze recap and question what happens in this week’s episode of “The Flash,” as Ray Palmer Felicity Smoak “get buzzy” up in Central City to deliver a stinger of a CW team-up.


The Flash S1E17 Review: “Tricksters” 

Join Lisa, Tony and Moze as they vibrate into the air and pass through solid plots. A new trickster by the name of Axel Walker comes to town. Add in a Flashback to drop yet another twist into the story of Eobard Thawne and Harrison Wells. All this and more Superfriends!


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The Flash S1E16 Review: “Rogue Time”

Mirrors and mirages show just how fragile time can be in this episode. Barry decides to make a few tweaks to his timeline against the better wishes of his Doctor. Alternate futures also mean alternate guests, as Moze is mysteriously missing, while Arrowcast host Dan finds himself in the truly Speedy show.


The Flash S1E15 Review: “Out of Time”

Barry now holds the future under his feet. Join us as we recap this finale-like episode. Lisa, Tony and Moze discuss the details and speculate on how time travel will change everything we know.

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The Flash S1E14 Review: “Fallout”

“Fallout” picks up where we left off, with The Flash and Dr. Snow trying to outrun a nuclear blast spitting out the Firestorm. After homecomings, Iris begins digging up the dirt on S.T.A.R. Labs. Join us on this exciting episode.



The Flash S1E13 Review: “The Nuclear Man”

Barry struggled to vibrate things in a not-too-fast way with Linda, the Lab rats get hot an bothered with Firestorm’s composition and Joe & Sisco use the power of a mirror to sleuth out the Perp(s) at Barry’s Mom’s murder. Seems like a lot but Lisa, Tony and Moze see it differently.

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The Flash S1E12 Review: “Crazy for You”

Peek-a-Boo! Lisa, Tony and Moze see you. Love stories, karaoke and conspiracies abound in this episode… or do they? We also discuss the eleph—er, gorilla in the room and ask the hard question, “Is this really the Flash’s Nemesis?”


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The Flash S1E11 review: “The Sound and the Fury”

Oh Barry Boy, the pipes—and the Piper—are calling! The Pied Piper’s sound gauntlets are thumping bass in the Flash’s face. Join the Lisa “The Vocabulator,” Moze “The Matter Eater,” and Tony “The Re-Educator” in this sound of fury review of “The Flash.”


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The Flash S1E10 review: “Revenge of the Rogues”


Put on your red tights and lace up for a run with the Flash! Lisa, Tony and Moze run hot and cold and figure out where Barry Allen and Team Flash may be speeding to this season.

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