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Welcome to the jungle we got fun and games. Well, it’s all fun and games until the gorillas become sentient and want to take over the world. This week’s episdode of The Flash finally takes fans to Gorilla City. Ever since Grodd was sent to Earth-2 audiences knew it was only a matter of time when Grodd would make his way back into the picture. Fingers and toes were especially crossed in hopes that Gorilla City would somehow get thrown into the mix. That time has finally come. Titled, “Attack On Gorilla City,” sends Barry and friends to Earth-2 in search of it’s version of Wells. What else will they find is a whole other mystery. Warning: There will most likely be spoilers inside.

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Can you remember the last time an episode of The Flash made your eyes open wide? It’s definitely been a while. However, this week’s episode may have finally changed that. Titled, “Untouchable,” this week’s episode thought outside of the box. It had a villain worthy of the viewers time, and created a couple of moments that you may not though possible or at least fathomable. As usual, you’ll find plenty of spoilers here. So if you haven’t seen the episode, go watch it first.

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Everyone needs a purpose in life. Without one, some feel incomplete, or empty. For Barry, he’s got things covered in that department. But for Iris and HR, both of them are as close to ordinary as can be on the show. On this week’s episode of The Flash, titled “Dead Or Alive,” Cisco, HR, and Iris struggle with some identity issues regarding their purpose in life. Meanwhile, a mysterious woman shows up looking for HR, but for all the wrong reasons. Hopefully, the trio can figure resolve their problems before time runs out for one of them.

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So yesterday, we posted a tweet from James Wan showing Jason Mamoa, Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson taking part in a table read of the Aquaman script. Aquaman looks to be full steam ahead (nautical pun intentional) for its release date of October 2018, but of course the solo movie about the King of the Seven Seas is only one DC Extended Universe movie planned for next year. The other movie, The Flash, is on decidedly less solid ground, and now we’re hearing that finding a director is the least of the production’s concern. Now The Flash looks like it’s going to get a remodel from the ground up. (more…)

“For science!” Can’t stop, won’t stop. For Barry Allen and friends, their work to save the world and each other never stops. On this week’s episode of The Flash, “Borrowing Problems From The Future,” things picks up right where the show left them at the mid-season finale. Audiences finally get a better look at the sweet loft Barry bought for he and Iris, tension is brewing among the team once again, and HR continues to do HR things. Per usual, these recaps tend to be spoiler-ish. You’ve been warned.

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Rick Cosnett Confirms His Return To ‘The Flash’

Thanks to Flashpoint, anything can happen. No show is safe. No cast member, dead or alive is safe. As some of you may have seen from previews of Arrow, Laurel Lance has resurrected herself. And now it looks like another another deceased member of the CW/DC Universe is coming back from the dead, but in what capacity? Leave it to Rick Cosnett to say anything far from the truth with the answer. In fact, he was quite blunt when he Tweeted that he was coming back to The Flash. Will fans see Eddie Thawne stitched back together again thanks to Flashpoint? Or will this be some other version of Thawne from another Earth? It’s anyone’s guess.

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Looking Back At The Top 10 Nerdy TV Shows of 2016

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It’s a terribly kept secret that there’s too much good TV to watch; for every series you manage to finish watching, there’s two more already queued up and ready to binge. It’s an embarrassment of riches, as in you’re embarrassed when people ask you if you’ve seen the hot new show and you’re forced to answer “no” because, hey, there are only so many hours in a day… That’s what you need semi-professional critics for. In reviewing the last 12 months, and looking at the plethora of sci-fi, superhero, horror, and other genre TV shows, we’ve paired it all down to a Top 10. Here, in our humble estimation, are the Top 10 Nerdy TV Shows of 2016! (more…)

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It’s almost ironic to think that fans had to wait for the two of the fastest superheroes to come back from their winter break. But the wait is almost over, and to celebrate their returns, The CW has debuted trailers for both Supergirl and The Flash. One trailer shows how one hero spent too much time in the sun while she was away, while the other shows that a certain hero hasn’t learned anything from his mistakes.

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It’s the season to be jolly. But of course, on The Flash, Barry finds a way to put everyone in a sad state. With Savitar running around (some pun intended), can you really blame him? Yes and no.  The episode, which is titled, “The Present,” can be interpreted many different ways. It’s a bit of a present to the fans for bringing back some popular characters, especially another version of Mark Hamill‘s The Trickster (who looks very much like another character he’s known for). Another way to look at the title is a meaning of time – as in the past, present, and future. Once again, time is knocking on Barry’s door, but in a direction he’s never gone before.

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This week, the DC CW Universe unleashed their 4 (really 3) night crossover titled Invasion! Each night was a ratings high for each of the shows as each night Supergirl (not really), The Flash, Arrow, and Legends of Tomorrow had to work together to save the world from The Dominators. Each episode was jam-packed. You can see our reviews for The Flash (here) and Supergirl (here) for our thoughts on the individual episodes.

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