The Flash Podcast Season 5 – Episode 16: “Failure Is An Orphan”

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On this week’s episode of The Flash Podcast, Andy Behbakht, Tatiana Hullenderand Swara Salih get together to discuss the 16th episode of The Flash Season 5 titled “Failure Is An Orphan”! As the clock is ticking, the team seek out Cicada to offer him the metahuman cure. But the outcome has an even more dangerous result that sets the rest of the season in a major twist.

Throughout the discussion, they also read listener feedback and emails about “Failure Is An Orphan.” In addition to that, in the news session, they talk about the announcement that Todd Helbing stepping down as showrunner, with Eric Wallace taking over in Season 6. That and more on this week’s episode of The Flash Podcast!

“THE FLASH
“Failure is an Orphan” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV)

THE META-CURE IS READY TO USE ON CICADA — With the meta-human cure ready to use, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Team Flash must figure out a way to subdue Cicada (Chris Klein) long enough to take it. Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) steps in to help with the plan. Meanwhile, Joe (Jesse L. Martin) eases back into work, and Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) isn’t happy about the way her dad plans to stop Cicada. Viet Nguyen directed the episode written by Zack Stentz (#516). Original airdate 3/12/2019.”

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