It’s our 2 year anniversary episode and comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill celebrate with one of our funniest episodes ever, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! This week, we cover production news, casting updates and more behind the scenes info on Justice League, Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, Superman, the Andrew Kreisberg suspension, Black Lightning, Crisis On Earth-X (the CW crossover,) Gambit, Multiple Man, Deadpool, The Gifted, Morbius, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Ant Man & The Wasp, Daredevil, and Luke Cage, plus recaps of Supergirl, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow, Arrow, Gifted, and Gotham.
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So much has happened since the last episode, and comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill are here to get you caught up on all of it! This week, we recap LA Comic-Con, discuss the potential sale of Fox to Disney, recap Supergirl, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow and Arrow, plus get you casting, production and other info for Shazam, Justice League, Black Adam, Titans, Black Lightning, Gotham, New Warriors, Krypton, Venom, Ant-Man & The Wasp, Black Widow, The Avengers as well as wrapping up some post release Thor news, on the Laugh Factory podcast network!
Gotham, which is now in it’s 4th season, has landed it’s 3rd Poison Ivy, bringing Peyton List on board. No, not this Peyton List, THIS Peyton List. Yes, not only are there two professional actors with the, not-everyday-name of Peyton List, but Gotham is adding the one who played the Golden Glider on CW’s The Flash, as the new Poison Ivy.
If you don’t remember, Gotham already had a poison Ivy named Maggie Geha, who joined the cast for season 3. Geha was the second, replacing Clare Foley, the original Poison Ivy. So far, Ivy has been touched by an Indian Hill escapee that made her older, and now has drank some potions from an Asian apothecary which will apparently turn her into an entirely different looking person. If nothing else, you can’t say they don’t have a story-based plan for these things.
Comedians Bobby Hill and Jay Washington are back with a fresh format and loads of information for you in this week’s podcast, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! This week we have trailer reviews of Black Panther, New Mutants, and Justice League; episode recaps of The Gifted, Inhumans, Supergirl, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow, Arrow, and Gotham; as well as production, casting and other news from Deadpool 2, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Thor, Hulk, Ant-Man, Guardians 3, Punisher, Venom, Nightwatch, Silver & Black, Cloak & Dagger, Black Lightning, Project 13, Titans and Gotham City Sirens.
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Two shows have teased us the arrival of the monster (CW’s Arrow season 2 & Fox’s Gotham) and now one has officially delivered.
Gotham has given the fans what we had been hoping to see since the end of Season 3 when Butch Gilzean was shot by Barbara Keen and we found out that his real name was in fact Cyrus Gold. We all wondered were the writers and producers of Gotham going to pull the trigger on bringing in the iconic character and on it’s most recent episode we found out they did.
Season 4 episode 5 begins, with hospital guards transporting a motionless Butch, who was still in a coma, “up state.” According to them, the hospital needed to make room for patients and this was why they were removing Butch from the premises. However, it soon became apparent that “up state” meant a nearby swamp, and they heinously disposed of Butch in the soiled water.
Later, we returned to the swamp and, as we expected, Butch emerged from swamp alive. Well, sort of: He was more alive than he was when he went into the swamp, let’s put it that way. His skin was discolored, his hair was white and he looked creepier then ever. After hearing the Solomon Grundy nursery rhyme playing on a radio, a confused Butch adopted Grundy as his name and headed back to the city.
Grundy is a known adversary of the Dark Knight and with Bruce beginning to now settle into his vigilante ways, who knows if we’ll see the two cross paths in a pre-cursor to the bigger fights once he’s older.
It’s an amazing 69th episode from comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill, with everything live-action Marvel and DC, on the Laugh Factory Network! This week, along with getting you hyped for our appearance at the Chicago Podcast Festival on October 7th, we cover:
Warner Bros/DC Movie News
CW Crossover Info
Supergirl Casting Info
Justice League Updates
Flashpoint Script/Director News
Gotham Episode 1 & 2 Recap
Inhumans Episode 1 & 2 Recap
Black Panther Plot News
Gambit Production/Story Info
This episode is a barnburner! From a preview of Spider-Man: Homecoming to a ton of info from Justice League, comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill have it all, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network! This week we preview Spider-Man, review the Inhumans trailer, plus Marvel news on Infinity War, Deadpool 2, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, Fantastic Four, Venom, Silver & Black, and The Gifted. At DC, we have info on Superman 2, Wonder Woman 2, Justice League, Batman, Aquaman, Superman: Red Son, Gotham, Black Lightning, Legends Of Tomorrow and The Flash!
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