>It's just been announced at the Television Critics Association’s press tour that director Kevin Smith (Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Mallrats The Walrus) will helm a future episode of The CW's The Flash. No other details were given, but his instalment of the incredibly popular small-screen take on DC's Fastest Man Alive is slated to air sometime in May.
>Barry recalls his first test run and tells everyone his bladder j-just couldn't keep up
Don't worry I'll save it
Season 2 has been a slog and largely filler filled season where we're just going through the motions. It's a far cry from how good Season 1 was, exemplified by the fact that everyone is still talking about King Shark's 30 seconds, but not all that much else. The loss of Thawne has greatly ruined momentum of the show and everyone knows it. Jay has been utterly pointless and bringing in E2 Wells as a kind of combination of what Thawne was has been executed terribly.
Also Kevin Smith has never made a good movie in his life and his writing "skill" is abysmal.
FUCK... WHY DOES HE DO IT! WHY WEAR THAT FUCKING SHIT EVERY DAY EVEN DURING INTERVIEWS HE WEARS THAT FUCKING JERSEY! FUCK THIS MOTHERFUCKER HES A FUCKING TROLL SHIT
prob only income he gets is advertising that team
or, and i'm just guessing, to hide his fatness
i'm betting there's going to be something food related in the show (so that a big portion of the budget will go to food). just because he wants to eat.
I hate Chasing Amy personally. It was incredibly ham fisted and overwrought filled with awful, obnoxious characters.
But at least he tried, which is more than what I can say about his recent string of output.
try and deny it.
and don't hide behind, 'studio wants to include a wide variety of people int he show'
i bet you're planning on 'pluggin' that tshirt/team in the episode somehow.
what pastry delights are you planning on ordering on the set of the flash?
Great! Mark Waid writing an episode when?
Kev, look. You were great back in the day but now you're in the same school as Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day. You have made "nerddom" your career, and try to force yourself into it as much as you can, shoehorning yourself into relevance. Try making yourself relevant again instead; we'll all be more likely to appreciate you again.
Also, you liked the prequels and backpedaled on it you fat shit, stop denying it. "Love the one you're with" is not an explanation for that shit. It's fine if you liked them, but don't deny it later to "fit in".
So are we going to see something like pic related?
Hey Kevin if you're still/really here could you do a first person scene with the flash?
>flash goes tumbling like a paper tower roll from an explosion/thrown
>tumbles at human speed then everything slows down and you get to see him brace for each "bounce" off the ground
>arms get suit torn up each time he tumbles and he returns to attack the baddy
>a badguy gets beaten scene
>nothing like the fan pandering scene from the Doom movie pls
It'd be cool. Just sayin'. Fans need to feel the power.
To be honest, Ivy having the hots for Batman isn't something new.
saw it. the build up was cool. and the psychology of the villain trying to cope with his problem was cool.
the end felt rushed/or unresolved. like come on, you're telling me modern science isn't going to at least try to help him. unless his two friends decided, 'fuck. dude was a jerk. lets keep him a walrus and put him in a pen.'
He would've been at the hospital recovering (with cuts/stitches - resembling jigsaw (from punisher) / or frankenstein). girl coming to see him and him using his voice box to talk (cause obviously the villain did something to his original vocal chords). his friend sitting off to the side watching over him (eating as always).
a line about how he's glad to have friends such as them. then she steps out for a coffee and he looks off to the side and sees his friend, then looks down at the pad where he's practicing (finger dexterity) and makes a sketch of his friend with a pig nose and ears. he looks back at his friend eating and slightly smiles.
Music Meister episode FUCKING WHEN? Nearly the entire cast has singing experience
The musical-like scene in Clerks 2 was pretty good, it could work.
so it's Barry and Cisco hang out in front of a Big Belly Burger for 48 minutes talking about Batman while occasionally crime happens off screen where Flash zips off camera and then right back to continue talking
I still love your podcast and your daughter is pretty bangin too.
Hollywood Babble-on is the only one I still listen to. Then again, I'm a pretty big fan of Ralph, and they play well off each other as well. Smodcast just got kind of boring after 200+ episodes of it.