DC Television Week 15 Discussion

The Daft Characters of our shows continue their separate story lines.  Lucifer gives the scientific method a try.  Legends visits a 60’s era crime drama, Flash has a stopped time episode, Black Lightning develops its new hero, and while I haven’t seen it at the time of its airing, I have to wonder if the title of this episode of Arrow spoils the episode.

[All synopses (and titles) from Trakt.tv below the cut.  (If a show’s synopsis is a spoiler to you, do not click More…)]

Lucifer – S03E16 – Infernal Guinea Pig – When a murder investigation reveals the dark side of Hollywood, Chloe puts her life on the line to protect an innocent victim. Then, Lucifer comes up with a hell-raising scheme to help Cain, but when Amenadiel and Maze get involved, things don’t quite go as planned.

Supergirl – S03E14 – Schott Through the Heart – Returning on April 16, 2018.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – S03E13 – No Country for Old Dads – When Damien and Nora Darhrk take Ray hostage they force him to try and fix the Fire Totem, but Ray tries to use the power struggle between them to his advantage. Ray and Nora find themselves working together in 1960’s East Germany in order to fix the totem, but soon come face to face with a younger and deadlier version of Damien Dahrk. Meanwhile, Sara seems to be taking positive steps in her personal life.

The Flash – S04E15 – Enter Flashtime – When a nuclear bomb detonates in downtown Central City, Barry, Jesse Quick and Jay Garrick slow down time by entering Flashtime. As everyone in the city is frozen, the three speedsters push themselves to the breaking point to save the city and everyone in it.

Black Lightning – S01E07 – Equinox: The Book of Fate – Black Lightning’s pursuit for Tobias continues. Anissa continues to find herself in the new normal.
(Editor’s Note: The Spring Equinox isn’t for another two weeks.)

Arrow – S06E15 – Doppelganger – Oliver and Thea are shocked to hear that Roy Harper is back in Star City. However, when they discover the circumstances of Roy’s return, Oliver and Thea realize that Roy is in trouble and jump in to save him. Black Siren makes a shocking decision.


2 replies on “DC Television Week 15 Discussion”

  1. Ray Palmer is incredibly out of character, idiotic, and it is getting far too annoying. He helps the bad guys, ignores escape opportunities, and doesn’t react to meaningful murders in front of him. The shows hasn’t been stellar drama to begin with, but this has been suspension breakingly bad.

  2. And Flash…. uh… how? That means they aren’t just running fast, they’re creating pocket dimensions? That they can then run super fast inside of? Just…. no.

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