Same Geek Channel: Weekly Recap for March 20-26, 2016

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Welcome to the Same Geek Channel recap for the week of March 20-26, 2016. We’re trying out a new format for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that there are a lot of geeky shows on television right now (with more popping up all the time) and we wanted to present a quick recap and analysis of as many of them as possible. A lot of the discussion that takes place here at GeekDad regarding what we’re watching on TV week-in and week-out has gotten lost recently and we want to get back to capturing more of that discussion type of format. That is to say, you’re likely to find more contributors popping in and out with their thoughts on particular episodes.

This week, Will takes us through The Walking Dead and Elementary. Corrina leads the discussion on Supergirl and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Joey weighs in on The Flash and Arrow. Sprinkled throughout are comments from various contributors.

Without further ado, here are your recaps for the week:

The Walking Dead (page 2)

Elementary (page 3)

Supergirl (page 4)

The Flash (page 5)

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (page 6)

Arrow (page 7)

Be sure and let us know what you think of the new format and which shows you’d like to see us tackle in the weeks to come by posting your thoughts in the comments below!

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1 thought on “Same Geek Channel: Weekly Recap for March 20-26, 2016

  1. I’ve always thought that Zoom was Zolomon Hunter; after all, Zoom *was* Hunter. But even though I admit I like the idea of a total personality spli between Jay and Zoom, I also think there have been times when both were accounted for (and in separate Earths). I’m not sure the Man in the Iron mask is yet another Jay Garrick… To top it all off, Hunter is Earth-1’s Garrick’s counterpart… And there’s the little detail of Zoom actually killing Garrick in front of the team.

    Damn, this is all too confusing!

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