The Flash Podcast Season 2 – Episode 8: Legends of Today/Legends of Yesterday
On this week’s The Flash Podcast, Andy, Scott, Amy and Lauren get together to review the big crossover event between The Flash and Arrow as well as the upcoming spin-off series, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, with the 2-parter “Legends of Today” and “Legends of Yesterday” as the heroes of CW’s DC TV Universe has to fight a great new evil: Vandal Savage! The gang also read listener feedback and e-mails about the crossover event before getting into the preview session for the winter finale of The Flashnext week titled “Running to Stand Still” – The Rogues are back and Wally West makes his debut! That and more on the latest episode of The Flash Podcast! Also, make sure to tune in to the big epic podcast crossover between The Flash Podcast, Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast and the Legends of Tomorrow Podcast this weekend on Mixlr.com/DCTVPodcasts!
“The Flash 2.08: Legends of Today: its second major crossover event with Arrow, Vandal Savage arrives in Central City and sets his sights on Kendra Saunders. After Vandal attacks Kendra and Cisco, they turn to Barry for help. Realizing how dangerous Vandal is, Barry takes Kendra to Star City and asks Oliver and team to hide her until he can figure out how to stop Vandal. However, things quickly go from bad to worse when a man with wings AKA Hawkman shows up and flies off with Kendra. Meanwhile, Harrison develops a serum to make Barry run faster and asks Jay to test it out. Ralph Hemecker directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Aaron Helbing & Todd Helbing.
Arrow 4.08: Legends of Yesterday: Oliver and Barry Allen take Kendra Saunders and Carter Hall to a remote location to keep them hidden from Vandal Savage while they figure out how to defeat him. Malcolm arranges a meeting between Vandal, Green Arrow and The Flash that doesn’t go as planned. Meanwhile, Felicity, Thea, Diggle and Laurel work with Team Flash to come up with a weapon powerful enough to destroy Vandal Savage. Thor Freudenthal directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Marc Guggenheim and teleplay by Brian Ford Sullivan & Marc Guggenheim.”