It's Flashtime Time!

Welcome back everyone, to the 102nd annual (not at all annual) episode of the podcast that helps you justify your unhealthy binge watching habits.  This week Mike and John cover one of the best episodes of The Flash this season, debate one of the weaker episodes of Legends, and downright groan at the first real misstep for Lethal Weapon since it began (I know, crazy, right?)  In additions, the guys laugh at some LA to Vegas and Superstore, and hold off on discussing anything to do with Jessica Jones second season until they are both caught up and feeling good about it.  Come take a gander at our gabbing!

“What Did You Watch This Week?” is a weekly podcast were your hosts talk about the televisions shows, movies, and trailers that they watched this week. This encompasses not only new shows or movies but past favorites and re-runs they may have watched or even short runs series you can only find on Netflix, HULU or DVD.

What Did You Watch This Week is hosted by Michael Labbe and John Spier and produced by John Spier.

Feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter, @whatdidyouwatch, by sending us an e-mail, or by visiting us on Facebook.

This week the boys are in rare form as they manage to take a list of only about 7 or 8 shows, and still fill over an hour with banter (including half of a random tangent about revealing the fabrication that is the Easter Bunny to a child and crushing their spirit.)  The big ones this week are the sub-par finale of Flash (and what the twist ending could mean for the future of the CW shows) and the finale of Arrow that has at least one of our hosts seeing red, not green!  All this plus Ash vs Evil Dead finally makes it to the show (on a fittingly named episode no less!)

Better late than never!  Your favorite armchair cinema viewers are back to rant and rave about everything they watched for the past week, including the season finale of Legends of Tomorrow, the series finale of Castle, and what happened in the penultimate episodes of Arrow and Flash!  (Hint:  Not much good!)  We also dive into a slew of new shows and trailers for the fall season and speculations on where things can go now for SHIELD!  All this and much more on a stuffed to the gills episode of What Did You Watch this Week!

Your friendly neighborhood watchers are back in action this week for their milestone 10th episode!  Come listen to the guys wax intellectual about the mysteries of time travel done wrong in Legends of Tomorrow, and explode over this week's episode of Arrow (pun most definitely intended!)  The shows may be winding down, but your hosts are still wound up about cancellations, twists, turns, and those who rise from the dead!  All this plus some trailer reviews and a new show we're quite excited for this fall, on this week's episode of What Did You Watch This Week!

This week was a thinner week for shows as John was busy and Mike had the hammer dropped on his late night on-duty binge sessions, but never fear loyal listener:  We just decided to go deeper into the shows we did watch! Come listen to us groan through Legends of Tomorrow, bemoan the apparent transformation of Damien Darhk from Mystical Manipulator to Bond Villain, and laugh out loud as a Giant on Game of Thrones helps to paint Castle Black a lighter shade.  All this and more, including another hard push from John await in the 9th episode of What Did you Watch this Week!

This week the guys from your favorite podcast about watching stuff tackle some of the highs and lows from the return of Game of Thrones, give another hard push for you to be watching Limitless (seriously people... it's one of the best shows out there, period), and engage is a pretty divisive debate about why Zoom is blue (feel free to tweet us your comments and views on this one to help us out!)

All this plus we answer one listener's request about Supergirl, and cover about a dozen other shows we enjoyed/disliked!  Stay a while, and listen!

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Mike:         @SuperstarML

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