September 13th, 2013 Grant Gustin was cast for the lead role in, what would become one of the most successful CW shows, The Flash. Not too long after, he would make his debut appearance on the show Arrow, in the second season episode "The Scientist". Not even a year later, The Flash would debut on the CW. Early on critics were not too positive about the show, thinking it wouldn't be as successful as its dark predecessor which was home to a certain emerald archer. As time would prove, the exact opposite would transpire. The Flash became a hit, and with each episode of its first season, the show got better and better. By time the finale for the first season would arrive, the show had a fan base as strong as the speed force. A second season would follow, and the show kept on with its strong storytelling and dazzling effects, along with a few good laughs.
In less than 3 weeks, the show will premier for its third season. So, in prepping for another phenomenal season, this week Paul sits down and boasts off five of his top Flash episodes. Bound to hit you with some laughs, and maybe a few tear-jerks, this weeks entry recaps many of the wondrous moments from what could be one of the best shows on network television to this day.
As well as another visit with Blake Neely's masterpiece scores in "Tune Time", and a story with a beagle for "What's in the Long Box?", as well as some up to date news and moments, and some shenanigans as well with some off-the-wall soundbites...get ready to (hopefully) enjoy another hour and change of "The Bats, Bows n' Books Podcast". Now, RUN BARRY, RUN!!
*Recorded and finalized using Audacity v. 2.0.2, Opening and closing themes digitally recorded using FL Studios 12, Mixed using Ocenaudio v. 2.9.0.