Episode: “Pilot, Part I” [Season 1 Episode 1]
Air Date: Thursday, January 21st, 2016
Director: Glen Winter 5 titles dating back to 2006
5xArrow | 4xFlash | 2xLegends Of Tomorrow | 3xSupergirl | 12xSmallville |
ACCOMPLISHED CINEMATOGRAPHERr: Flash, Arrow, Falling Skies, Smallville, etc
PRODUCER: Arrow, Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow
Writers: Greg Berlanti 21 Titles dating to 1999
17XArrow | 8xFlash | 4xLegends Of Tomorrow | 3xSupergirl | 3xThe tomorrow People | Green Lantern film | 1x No Ordinary Family
“DEVELOPED BY” Too numerous for me to count
PRODUCER:(27 Titles) Arrow; Legends Of Tomorrow; The Flash; Blindspot; Supergirl; The Tomorrow People; No Ordinary Family;
Marc Guggenheim 25 Titles dating to 2001
31xArrow | 9xLegends Of Tomorrow | 1xVixen | 3xNo Ordinary Family | 8xLaw & Order | 2xThe Practice
PRODUCER: Legends Of Tomorrow; Arrow; Vixen; No Ordinary Family; Flashforward; Law & Order
Andrew Kreisberg 22 Titles dating to 1998
2xArrow (116 Developed by) | 3xFlash (46 Episodes Developed by) | 2xLegends Of Tomorrow (16 Episodes Developed By | 4x Supergirl (20 Episodes Developed by) | 4xWarehouse 13 | 2xFringe | 1xStar Wars The Clone Wars | 1x Vampire Diaries | 7xEli Stone | 4xBostone Legal | 2x Justice League | 2x Simpsons
PRODUCER: Arrow; Flash; Legends OF Tomorrow; Supergirl; Warehouse 13; Fringe; etc
Phil Klemmer 8 Titles dating to 2004
5xLegends Of Tomorrow | 3xForever | 3x The Tomorrow People | 12xChuck
PRODUCER: Legends Of Tomorrow; Forever; The Tomorrow People; Chuck; etc
– The reporters discuss the meaning of the episode title: Pilot Part I and if anyone really discusses the name of television series episodes anymore
– The episode was exposition heavy
– What did the reporters really think of the cross-overs with Team Arrow?
– Star Trek The Next Generation “A Matter Of Time” references
– We all love Dominic Purcell’s lines
– Sara is in all the bar fights!
– The one control for the WaveRider
– Is the Portal video game AI is like Gideon or the TARDIS control console?
– How is Vandal Savage as a bad guy given his Arrow origins?
– Did The reporters know who Chronos was behind the mask at this point in the series during their original watch?
– How this series hurt Flash and Arrow last year
– How slapping water is necessary for any successful DC Superhero to survive
– Should Legends Of Tomorrow had had a shorter season 1?
EPISODE DC EASTER EGGS:
Season 1 Episode 1 “Pilot, Part I”
- Boba Fett mention by Captain Cold
- Is that a Jonas Quantum reference?
- Rip Hunter: Time Master first appeared in Showcase in 1959
- The Waverider — Rip Hunter’s timeship — is in fact named after Waverider, a time-traveling superhero and former member of the Linear Men.
- Darth Vader and Boba Fett both get name-dropped here as looking like Chronos.
- Rip Hunter’s study/time lab
- Peter Francis James plays the role of Dr. Aldus Boardman on DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. The character, unique to the TV show, first appeared during the Arrow/The Flash crossover.
- Roch is a city that was for a time the home of Hawkman and Hawkgirl.
- On tonight’s series premiere of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The CW introduced Chronos.
- This feels a lot like Booster Gold Vol. 2.
- Arrow and The Flash:
2016 Fall TV Scoop (Date: 2 June 2016)
TVLine: Season 5 will introduce the recurring role of a cocksure/reckless ex-Marine turned vigilante. Showrunner Wendy Mericle states that the season 5 flashbacks will likely reveal how Ollie got the Bratva tattoo and learned to speak Russian.
Supergirl, arrow, and The Flash Crossover planned (Date: 19 May 2016)
There are plans for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl to cross over with The Flash and Arrow next season, CW chief Mark Pedowitz told reporters during a conference call this morning ahead of The CW’s upfront presentation in New York.
Saying that he has faith The CW’s annual superhero crossover event will be “the biggest one ever,” Pedowitz declined to provide any specific details.
It seems likely, based on past history, that the planned crossover will take place in December, prior to the shows’ midseason finales.
Willa Holland Calls Out WB for shutting down Arrow’s Suicide Squad plans (Date: 30 May 2016)
“Arrow” star Willa Holland believes the DC Cinematic Universe could learn a lesson from Marvel. During an interview with The Mirror, she expressed her frustration with the disconnect between DC’s films and television series, why the Suicide Squad was axed from the show and more.
“We were about season two when they started telling us we had to start basically killing off the Suicide Squad that we were starting to build on our own,” Holland recalled. “We were actually trying to build that on our own on the show, and I guess once DC found out they were going to be doing their own movie of it, we had to ax all of the characters before we even got to show them, which was a little annoying at first.”
GENERAL DC TV NEWS
‘DC’s Legends of Tomorrow’: Ciara Renee to Depart (Date: 19 May 2016)
From Deadline: According to Marc Guggenheim, when they were going through the list of characters they could bring back for season 2, bringing back Hawkman and Hawkgirl felt forced; after all, the idea behind Legends was to have a rotating team of characters.
The Flash: Season 2 Finale: The Man in the Iron Mask Speaks (Date: 24 May 2016)
From IGN: At the end of the interview with IGN, John Wesley Shipp, who plays Henry Allen/Jay Garrick, discusses how it is possible for him to be on Legends season 2 because the Justice Society was introduced at the end of Legends season 1.
‘The Flash’ Lands ‘Dope’ Helmer Rick Famuyiwa; He Will Direct Ezra Miller as Fastest Man Alive (Date: 2 June 2016)
Warner Bros announced that Rick Famuyiwa, director of the independent film Dope and of the HBO film Confirmation, will direct The Flash feature film starring Ezra Miller and written by Seth Grahame-Smith. The film is set to be released March 16, 2018
Promo for Next Week: Legends Of Tomorrow – “Pilot, Part 2” (Date: 28 Jan 2016)
Episode: “Pilot, Part 2” [Season 1 Episode 1]
Air Date: Thursday, January 28rd, 2016
Summary: Tipped off to Vandal Savage’s (guest star Casper Crump) whereabouts, the team infiltrates a munitions deal with Professor Stein (Victor Garber) as their leader. Surrounded by some of the toughest criminals in the world, things quickly go from bad to worse when Savage realizes they don’t belong there.
Director: Glen Winter
Writers: Phil Klemmer & Marc Guggenheim and Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg
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This podcast was recorded Thursday June 2nd, 2016.
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