The Flash Podcast Season 3 – Episode 12: Untouchable

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On this week’s episode of The Flash Podcast, Andy Behbakht, Brittany Rivera and Andrew Dyce get together to review the twelfth episode of The Flash Season 3 titled “Untouchable”. In this episode, Barry continues to help Wally get faster as Kid Flash. When a dangerous meta-human, Clive Yorkin, almost gets Iris killed, the team must figure out together how to save her. The hosts also discuss the big news about the upcoming DC Comics TV show, Black Lightning, moving to The CW as the network recently gave it a pilot order and its potential place in the Flarrow Verse. The gang also read listener feedback about “Untouchable” before going on to the preview session for the next episode titled “Gorilla City” which airs on Tuesday, February 21. That and more on the latest episode of The Flash Podcast!

Official CW Episode Description for The Flash 3.12: “Untouchable” | THE TOUCH OF DEATH – Barry (Grant Gustin) and the team at S.T.A.R. Labs work together to bring down Clive Yorkin (guest star Matthew Kevin Anderson), a criminal meta-human who is methodically killing people by causing them to decompose at an accelerated rate. Joe (Jesse L. Martin) becomes his next target but it’s Iris (Candice Patton) who is caught in the crossfire. The Flash mentors Kid Flash (Keiynan Lonsdale) and begins to elevate the newer speedster’s training to another level. Rob Hardy directed the episode written by Brooke Roberts & Judalina Neira (312). Original airdate 2/7/2017.”

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