Arrow continues the saga of Oliver in prison and everyone else failing in new ways to catch Ricardo Diaz, who has long worn out his welcome in my book, in “Crossing Lines.”
Supergirl’s writers fooled me pretty well with the title of this episode. Given the world she’s part of, you have certain expectations when you see “Man of Steel.”
Team Flash tries to figure out how to deal with the metahuman serial killer Cicada and end up facing “The Death of Vibe,” which sounds ominous for my favorite character on the show.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow return for the fourth season, and without the voiceover that never really worked for me, in “The Virgin Gary.”
As happens a lot, Arrow gets a new voiceover as the season moves forward. It’s still Oliver, but now he’s talking about the current circumstances of his incarceration, and ends it with “Now, I am Inmate 4587.”
While it could mean a lot of different things when superheroes are involved, “Fallout” deals with the aftermath of President Marsdin being outed as an alien on Supergirl.
Team Flash continues their new season with “Blocked,” introducing a new villain of the week and letting the team try and find their footing with the new addition of XS/Nora.