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Topic # 225765 4-Dec-2017 21:22
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Since I watch Supergirl, and The Flash, I have 2 parts of the crossover but not the third. I am not caught up on arrow, and I am guessing that is the third (or second as the case might be), is someone able to tell me which of the specific episodes (Season and Episode) I need to watch to complete the trinity?

 

 


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  Reply # 1912998 4-Dec-2017 21:39
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DC's Legends of Tomorrow S03E08 and Arrow S06E08 appear to be the other two. Apparently the order is SG -> Flash -> Arrow -> Legends.








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  Reply # 1913000 4-Dec-2017 21:41
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Thanks! Forgot about the Legends. Also not caught up on that!

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1913079 5-Dec-2017 09:16
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Yeah you need all 4 otherwise it wont make sense.

 

 

 

I think the CW app has all four listed almost like a miniseries (so you don't have to hunt out the order and risk spoilers)

 

Edit: I don't actually watch legends, but not watching them doesn't impact this story.





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  Reply # 1913087 5-Dec-2017 09:23
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I find these cross overs a little annoying and enjoyable at the same time. As I don't keep up with all series at the same time, it can mean spoilers or missing out on chunks of stories!


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  Reply # 1913095 5-Dec-2017 09:28
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networkn:

 

I find these cross overs a little annoying and enjoyable at the same time. As I don't keep up with all series at the same time, it can mean spoilers or missing out on chunks of stories!

 

 

I actually quite enjoy them.  I guess introductions to characters are all that I missed from legends...but as a show I got sick of it, and this cross over doesn't actually touch on any of their story lines that I could tell.

 

And given I do watch the other 3 relatively up to date, it's not too bad.





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  Reply # 1913099 5-Dec-2017 09:30
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networkn:

 

I find these cross overs a little annoying and enjoyable at the same time. As I don't keep up with all series at the same time, it can mean spoilers or missing out on chunks of stories!

 

 

I actually quite enjoy them.  I guess introductions to characters are all that I missed from legends...but as a show I got sick of it, and this cross over doesn't actually touch on any of their story lines that I could tell.

 

And given I do watch the other 3 relatively up to date, it's not too bad.

 

 

I really liked the legends for about 6 Episodes, kinda liked it for another 4, couldn't watch more. 

 

 


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  Reply # 1913139 5-Dec-2017 10:10
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You should start legends from s2e1 the tone of the show completely changes (s1 is bad as is meta referenced as such in s2)

Its basically a light-hearted comedy action now, civil war zombies, saving George Lucus, Legion of Doom

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I haven't watched Supergirl this season, so wasn't caught up when I went in to watching the mini series.

 

As a result, they "spoiled" some of the plot threads I didn't know about in Supergirl .. but generally you don't need to really know what has happened in any of the shows to watch the crossover




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  Reply # 1913598 5-Dec-2017 22:21
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Brumfondl:

 

DC's Legends of Tomorrow S03E08 and Arrow S06E08 appear to be the other two. Apparently the order is SG -> Flash -> Arrow -> Legends.

 

 

 

 

Actually seems like it might be SG > Arrow > Flash > Legends.

 

 


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  Reply # 1913601 5-Dec-2017 22:30
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Actually seems like it might be SG > Arrow > Flash > Legends.

 

 

 

 

This was the airing order on The CW, yes. Arrow is normally on Thursday (US) but was brought forward to Monday following Supergirl for the crossover to become 2-night (LoT follows Flash on Tuesday currently anyway).





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