ARROW Episode 2 & THE FLASH Episode 3 Titles Confirmed
The episode titles for the second episode from the third season of Arrow and the third episode from the freshman season of The Flash have been confirmed. It looks like both shows are going to reveal some important backstory early on in the season. Come check it out!
Following the reveal that Caity Lotz's Sara Lance will appear in the premiere, Craig Byrne over at Green Arrow TV has confirmed that the title of the second episode from the upcoming third season will be titled "Sara." What this means is anyone's guess, could we be getting some Sara-centric flashbacks? Or could something more tragic be happening to Sara?
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Manu Bennett (Deathstroke) and Katrina Law (Nyssa al-Ghul). Katrina shared with me that she would be shooting for an episode of Arrow in a few weeks, so this could theoretically be the episode she was referring to. It would definitely be cool to see what happened to Sara once she was separated from Oliver and how she eventually met Nyssa al-Ghul and the League of Assassins.
Byrne also confirmed over at Flash TV News that the title of the third episode from the freshman season of The Flash will be titled "Things You Can't Outrun." The episode is rumored to be focused on Danielle Panabaker's Caitlin Snow and her fiancee Ronnie Raymond, played by Robbie Amell.
Both shows just resumed work, so these episode titles may change before they air, but they're interesting nonetheless. Sound off with your thoughts below!
The Flash premieres October 7, 2014.
Arrow returns October 8, 2014.
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