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Crisis on Infinite Earths (TV Miniseries) (TV Show)

Biff! 29: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Episodes 4-5

Worlds lived, worlds died. The podcast will never be the same.

We discuss the conclusion of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover: the secret cameo we loved, the significance of catering budgets, and the returns that we’ve all been waiting for. Plus, why dementors have to use doors.

Is this the last time we’ll see Purgatory? Maybe, but you can still buy a T-shirt!

Crisis on Infinite Earths

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


Biff! 26: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Episodes 1-3

The event more than a year in making has arrived. Will the Flash vanish? Will Oliver Queen bite the dust? What conspiracies can we find in this drawer? Our three paragons take on DC’s ultimate crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths, and discuss the best fan service, how sometimes plots make no sense, and what might be the ultimate impact on the world formerly known as the Arrowverse.

Anybody know what Mandarin for “Purgatory” is? T-shirt!

Crisis on Infinite Earths

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


Biff! 25: Arrow S8E7: "Purgatory"

And so it ends back where it begins. On this week’s episode of Arrow we’re going back to an island, but not for five years. We discuss Ollie channeling his whiny younger self, why you should always keep DNA samples of your cast, and what the heck is up with these ghosts? Then in our Superhero Sweep segment we try to figure out what the fallout from Crisis on Infinite Earths might be and discuss the newly released Black Widow trailer. Finally, our Letters Page addresses some lingering Arrow questions.

This Lian Yu shirt sells itself this week.

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English