Central City is plagued with singularity breaches and the arrival of unwanted guests from Earth 2. However, the breach was put to good use in Season 2 Episode 7, when Grodd was sent to a jungle sanctuary for gorillas in Earth 2.

After the tedious fete, "The Flash" has taken a week-long breather and its Season 2 Episode 8 will not be aired on Tuesday, 24 November. The break comes ahead of the special "Legends of Today" episode, which will be aired on the Tuesday after that, 1 December.

The episode is said to be a cross-over with their sister show "Arrow". Meanwhile "Arrow" is also holding off on an episode this week, waiting to air the cross-over special "Legends of Yesterday" on Wednesday, 2 December.

Both episodes will work as backdoor ones to the upcoming show "DC's Legends of Tomorrow", which is set to premiere in January 2016. The fans already know that the main characters in the upcoming The CW show is going to be a mix of both "Arrow" and "The Flash", and the upcoming episode will show they all come together to fight the immortal villain Vandal Savage (Casper Crump).

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In the promo for Season 2 Episode 8 of "The Flash", we see Team Flash in Star City, visiting Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and while they are all happy to see each other again, dark times are looming ahead of them. The episode focuses on Kendra aka Hawkgirl (CIara Renee), whom Vandal Savage is trying to hunt down.

Barry (Grant Gustin), who realises that it is not an easy job to defeat Savage, takes her to Star City so that she can hide out there. In an unexpected turn of events, a winged man aka Hawkman (Falk Hentschel) flies off with Kendra, shocking everyone.

For more updates on "The Flash" Season 2, "Arrow" Season 4 and the upcoming "Legends of Tomorrow", check back here. To live stream Season 2 Episode 8 of "The Flash", return to IBTimes on Tuesday, 1 December.