Thorn strolls into the future, the Doomsday Exposition, Dueling Questions, A beach vacation for Bat and Cat, Gail grows up, Fear the power of Repulso, Young In-Justice, More fun on the Orville, and the Doom Patrol is trapped in time.
In a super-sized 500th episode:
Nightwing has a headache, Super-therapy goes off the rails, the Doomsday Clock is running behind, a pointless crossover, you could cut the veggie tray with a Fahren-Knife, Buffy is given the hook, no more life on the farm for Black Hammer, Gerard Way goes back to his roots, Pumpkinhead explains it all, news from NYCC, and clips from 10 years of podcasting--plus WOTCOEW.
Geoff Johns digs into the long boxes for Doomsday Clock, Lex’s time-traveling doorknob, A New God has a birthday party, Royal City is in the homestretch, somebody put a Warning Label on that girl, the Lightning Round, and industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
The Doomsday Clock is running slow, beating the ultimate darkness deserves a party, the Terrifics are stuck together—literally, Bruce talks down Ivy, Bizarro stories am good, a rock star blows up, and some industry news--plus WOTCOEW.
A second chance for The Comedian, a Silent suburban mom, the return of J’onn, prelude to a 3 month delay, a super victim support group, it’s Milkman Man, the Brotherhood of Nada, and more late breaking news--plus WOTCOEW
One click closer to Doomsday, there’s a 10th Metal?, a Double Date 78 years in the making, Scott Free’s final day, a finale for the Bug, Booster and Clark team up, and Heavens to Murgatroyd!--plus WOTCOEW.
The clock strikes Doomsday, The Bat and Cat’s romcom drama, Super-Pets assemble! Jiminy jillickers, Radioactive—Woman? The Brotherhood of Nada, It's holiday time in the DCU,and Klaus v. Krampus--plus WOTCOEW.