THE FLASH - episode 606 title & some set photos with Grant Gustin, Hartley Sawyer & guest actors
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The Flash was on location for the 6th episode of the season Friday, Monday & today at the Orpheum Theatre in downtown Vancouver. The theatre has been home to many scenes over the years. In fact this season Supergirl & Legends Of Tomorrow have also used the theatre. This time, it was in Midway City, and this time, an Art Pavilion.
Just like this shoot last week where we caught Grant Gustin and Hartley Sawyer sitting in a car outside of the Midway City Art Pavilion, this time, we found the pair on the inside of the Pavilion, still in Midway City.
With a title like License To Elongate, and a lot of well dressed people at the event, I am getting a James Bond inspired episode centred around Ralph Dibny feel. But I cant confirm that. Just how it felt with the title, and the event they were at, and the way they were dressed.
There were other actors on set with the pair. Carlo Rota, Alexa Barajas Plante & Rebecca Roberts were also shooting some of the scenes throughout the 3 day shoot. I know almost nothing about their characters at this time, except that Alexa was wearing the red mask that I saw someone wearing at last weeks set (I am guessing it was a stunt double for her as it was definitely not the same actress I saw then).
UPDATE 6:53 PM, September 10, 2019 - Alexa is playing a character named "Ultraviolet".
Over the 3 days at the theatre, a variety of background, and episode specific actors were seen. But the only main cast on set were Danielle Panabaker, who is directing the episode, Grant & Hartley. All of the filming was inside the threatre, so no other details are currently known about the shoot.
On the second day, we were all greeted by a monsoon type downpour for about half an hour. Vancouver is no stranger to rain. We arent even a stranger to intense rains. But when we get intense rains, they usually wash out of the system in 1-3 minutes, but this just kept going for 15-30 minutes. At one point Grant had gone to his trailer for a break before the storm hit, and when he came back he had to navigate the increasing river of water that was now flowing down the street. Two hours later, the roads barely looked like it had rained, except for a couple small puddles. Good thing the production wasn't shooting exteriors that day, they would have had to stop for probably more than an hour, as they would not have had just to wait out the storm, but to make sure equipment was working. Could have been a costly storm if they had been outside for it. Strange part was, there was no sign in the weather forecast yesterday of any type of massive rainstorm, just a few scattered showers.
During the 3 days, each cast member, including the director, took time to meet with some of the fans. Danielle stopped going into, and coming out of the set on the first day, even at 2 AM after a 14 hour work day to sign & take photos.
One last tidbit I picked up while being there. Michelle Harrison, who plays Nora Allen, will be back. Whether it is for episode 6, or 7, I can not say. But one of those two eps, she is coming back for.
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The Flash returns to TV for the 6th season this October on The CW in the U.S.
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The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.