The Flash Podcast Season 2.5 – Episode 3: Jesse Quick & Wally West In Season 2

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On the third episode of Season 2.5 of The Flash Podcast’s summer season, Andy Behbakht is joined by fellow DC TV Podcasts members, Carly Lane (host of Supergirl Radio and weekend editor at The Mary Sue) and Kat Calamia (host of Legends of Tomorrow Podcast and comic editor at The Marvel Report) for the second character review for Season 2.

However, it’s not just about one character this time: it’s a double character review as the trio discusses the new players, Jesse Quick and Wally West who debuted this season, played by the talented Violett Beane and Keiynan Lonsdale, respectively. Throughout the discussion, the trio talks about the two characters portrayal in live-action as this was the first time either one of them had been used in live-action, with Jesse being the daughter of Harry Well and Wally being Iris West’s little brother rather than nephew.

They bring up favorite moments as well as what they hope to see for the two [future] speedsters in Season 3 both during and after the Flashpoint saga. Also, in the news session, they discuss Kevin Smith’s upcoming Flash episode, Season 3 officially starting production and the big casting announcement that came out last week for The Flash that Harry Potter’s very own Draco Malfoy, Tom Felton, has joined the series as a full time cast member! Who is Julian Dorn, why does he have suspicions about Barry Allen and could he possibly be the new big bad for Season 3, but in disguise? That and more on the summer season of The Flash Podcast!

Don’t forget to check out DC TV Podcasts’ newest podcast: iZombie Radio, the network’s 1st Vertigo TV Podcast which will start soon, dedicated to CW’s iZombie!

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