THE FLASH episode 606 shoots a scene with Grant Gustin & Hartley Sawyer - Danielle Panabaker directing
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The Flash was on location for the 6th episode of the season Thursday & Friday at the Pacific Central Train Station (aka - the train station we first meet Barry Allen getting out of in Arrow in Starling City). This time, Barry Allen was again there, but like last time, it was not in Central City again. This time, it was in Midway City, and this time, an Art Pavilion.
For the first day & 1/2, the cast & crew were filming in an inaccessible to the public part of a basement in the station. During the time I was there over those two days, I saw Grant Gustin, Hartley Sawyer & Danielle Panabaker from the main cast going in, or coming out of there at some point. Along with a couple guest stars. One was Carlo Rota. Another I saw on the 2nd day showed up looking like a businessman of some type I never caught a name of. There was also 1 woman on the first day, a young attractive Asian woman, in all black leather, with a metal mask that was red. I dont know what her role was, but I did not see her the 2nd day unfortunately, so I never got anymore info than seeing her leave the 1st day.
After the interior filming wrapped on the 2nd day, the crew and cast, along with the episodes director Danielle Panabaker, headed outside to shoot some night scenes. Of course, I had my hopes up that I might finally see The Flash in his season 6 uniform, but much to mine, and likely most of your disappointment, no such luck. Instead Grant & Hartley filmed a scene inside a car as Barry Allen & Ralph Dibny staking out an event at the Midway City Art Pavilion inside an only 1970s style car.
Since the only vantage point to see this scene was the equivalent of about 3/4 of a football field away, shots for it are a bit fuzzy at best. Also should be noted, there was no way I could see what they were saying, or the tone of the scene. I did see the pair exchanging some laughs on occasion, but it was uncertain to me if they were during filming, or between scenes. The only thing I do know about the scene is at the end of it, Ralph gets out of the car and walks around to the back of it.
Later on in the evening there was going to be a stunt shot with some men holding out guns that were going to get flung thru the air. I saw the stunts team practicing the scene in the daytime. But that was going to be filmed much later, so I didnt stick around to see it.
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The Flash is a superhero TV program on The CW network.