The Flash Podcast Season 4 – Episode 17: “Null and Annoyed”

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On this week’s episode of The Flash Podcast, Andy Behbakht, Brittany Rivera, and Andrew Dyce get together to review episode 17 of The Flash Season 4 titled “Null and Annoyed”! In this episode, Barry and Ralph must work through some struggle in order to stop the latest bus-meta while Cisco must help Breacher and Harry begins to act stranger.

In addition to that, they also read feedback from listeners about what they thought of “Null and Annoyed” That and more on the latest episode of The Flash Podcast! In case you missed it: as previously announced on the podcast, DC TV Podcasts has launched its own TeePublic store featuring amazing gear-up with your favorite DC TV heroes. Check out the store here which helps support the whole network!

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DANNY TREJO RETURNS AS BREACHER; KEVIN SMITH DIRECTS — Barry (Grant Gustin) and Ralph (guest star Hartley Sawyer) take different approaches to finding the remaining bus metas before DeVoe gets to them. However, Ralph’s cavalier attitude frustrates Barry and the two clash over what it means to be a hero. Meanwhile, Breacher (guest star Danny Trejo) returns to ask Cisco (Carlos Valdes) for a favor. Kevin Smith directed the episode written by Lauren Certo & Kristen Kim (#417).  Original airdate 4/10/2018.

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