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From season 5 ep 8. Do these dates work?
 

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I remember looking these up. They're airdates, so some of them are directly contradicted by the episodes themselves.

Doesn't mean you couldn't use them, when they don't conflict.
Cisco also put Gotham City in Chicago in his post-Crisis map. I think he's been wrong more than once.

In the in-universe context it's f'ing annoying. Most people never get dates that far off.
 

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Watching Batwoman and Luke tells Tommy/Bruce that it's been 4 years since he's been in Gotham when at the very least it should be 5 if the season is picking back up in 2020.
 

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Watching Batwoman and Luke tells Tommy/Bruce that it's been 4 years since he's been in Gotham when at the very least it should be 5 if the season is picking back up in 2020.
Noticed that too. I think he meant the 4 years in between 2015 and 2020.
 

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So is this like April 2020 or later in the timeline?

Ryan Wilder was out of prison after 18 months, which would be since October 2018
when Alice and her gang first appeared(?) since they killed her mom.
 

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So is this like April 2020 or later in the timeline?

Ryan Wilder was out of prison after 18 months, which would be since October 2018
when Alice and her gang first appeared(?) since they killed her mom.
It seemed to pick up very shortly after the Season 1 finale. I'm thinking either Late March or Early April 2020. One thing I'm noticing though is Kate went and saw Kara in National City, yet Season 5 of Supergirl ends in April and it's weird that Kara never mourns Kate (although it's obvious that COVID and Ruby leaving made it hard for connections to make sense). I'll be curious to see how they catch the show up on the timeline.
 

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Watched the episode in HD. The last scene with Alice looking at the newspaper it mentions that the thing with Titan Teslow getting shot by the Crows happened on a "Tuesday night".
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Watched the episode in HD. The last scene with Alice looking at the newspaper it mentions that the thing with Titan Teslow getting shot by the Crows happened on a "Tuesday night".
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My local CW isn't in HD, so it's hard to pick up on stuff like that until I get HD Copies. I'll leave it up to you if you want to use that to make the episode fit on a Tuesday around where it's currently at.
 

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You might have to wait a while for an update. My browser crashed as SOON as I tried to save a bunch of edits, and I lost it all.
I'm literally pissed right now and in no mood to work on this timeline for a while. Sorry in advance.
 

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You might have to wait a while for an update. My browser crashed as SOON as I tried to save a bunch of edits, and I lost it all.
I'm literally pissed right now and in no mood to work on this timeline for a while. Sorry in advance.
I know the feeling.
 

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Sorry to hear the frustration. Next time you can always start typing an update in the reply box, it saves it for 24 hours....and if it crashes, well it should still be here as it's saved on the server, and not on your browser. Just a thought in the future.
 

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Attempt #2.

Sorry to hear the frustration. Next time you can always start typing an update in the reply box, it saves it for 24 hours....and if it crashes, well it should still be here as it's saved on the server, and not on your browser. Just a thought in the future.
Thanks. Could you please remove those spam threads too that just popped up the past few days?
 

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"Two Months Ago" - Halloween(?!?!?)

I'm guessing.....with that and the "16 years ago" line that we are in the post-Crisis, formerly empty/anti-mattered space that is December 2019 in the timeline for Batwoman....

What does that mean for Supergirl and other Arrowverse shows? Or is Batwoman only in that empty December 2019 space?

EDIT: OR is there a 10-11 month time jump between 1x16 and 1x17...?
 
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"Two Months Ago" - Halloween(?!?!?)

I'm guessing.....with that and the "16 years ago" line that we are in the post-Crisis, formerly empty/anti-mattered space that is December 2019 in the timeline for Batwoman....

What does that mean for Supergirl and other Arrowverse shows? Or is Batwoman only in that empty December 2019 space?

EDIT: OR is there a 10-11 month time jump between 1x16 and 1x17...?
I haven't watched the episode yet, but there has to somehow be a time jump, which I'm sure wasn't intended. Last season featured Kate's birthday which we know is in January and I'm pretty sure there were specific references to it now being 2020. I don't see any way this could be December 2019 as Batwoman S1 picked back up after Crisis Part 5 which happened in January. Kinda ridiculous that Batwoman has now had 2 major time jumps, but I was afraid the COVID delay would cause stuff like this to happen. As these seasons try to pick up shortly after where the previous ones left off while at the same time trying to be as close to the present-day as possible.

I'd have to go back and check, but maybe there's a way to help stretch out the back half of S1.
 

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I haven't watched the episode yet, but there has to somehow be a time jump, which I'm sure wasn't intended. Last season featured Kate's birthday which we know is in January and I'm pretty sure there were specific references to it now being 2020. I don't see any way this could be December 2019 as Batwoman S1 picked back up after Crisis Part 5 which happened in January. Kinda ridiculous that Batwoman has now had 2 major time jumps, but I was afraid the COVID delay would cause stuff like this to happen. As these seasons try to pick up shortly after where the previous ones left off while at the same time trying to be as close to the present-day as possible.

I'd have to go back and check, but maybe there's a way to help stretch out the back half of S1.
I'll go with December 2020 for 1x17-1x20 and Season 2 I guess.
 

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I'll go with December 2020 for 1x17-1x20 and Season 2 I guess.
I think that's the best option with the current circumstances. There's probably something that contradicts that big a jump but it wouldn't be the first time the timeline has contradicted itself. I'll probably be watching the episode tomorrow.
 

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I think that's the best option with the current circumstances. There's probably something that contradicts that big a jump but it wouldn't be the first time the timeline has contradicted itself. I'll probably be watching the episode tomorrow.
There's nothing in "A Narrow Escape" that implies it's close to the previous episode's events other than Kate acknowledging that she killed Cartwright. She could have been carrying that grief for 9 months or so before telling it to Julia.
That's a stretch, but it's the only way it works.
 

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There's nothing in "A Narrow Escape" that implies it's close to the previous episode's events other than Kate acknowledging that she killed Cartwright. She could have been carrying that grief for 9 months or so before telling it to Julia.
That's a stretch, but it's the only way it works.
Sounds good. And like I said, it isn't the first time we've had to stretch the timeline beyond what was probably intended.
 

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