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"The Flash" star Grant Gustin, left, and "Arrow" star Stephen Amell
"The Flash" star Grant Gustin, left, and "Arrow" star Stephen Amell (Chris Frawley / Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. via Getty Images)

The CW's Arrowverse stars have teamed up again — and this time it isn't for a super-crossover. The front-of-the-camera talent from several of producer Andrew Kreisberg's superhero TV shows banded together to support the women and men accusing him of misconduct.

Following "Supergirl" star Melissa Benoist's post about the scandal on Sunday, her costar Chyler Leigh, "Arrow's" Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards, "The Flash's" Grant Gustin and "Legends of Tomorrow" star Caity Lotz took to social media to champion women and condemn those who were complicit in alleged wrongdoing. None of them accused Kreisberg by name.

"To the men who committed harassment, who perpetuated rape culture, who turn a 'blind eye,' and complain about 'reverse sexism': you are weak and complicit," Rickards wrote on Twitter. "To the women who found the strength to speak up. To the women who supported one another and to the women finding their voice: You can. You are Heroines."

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[Modeling] was such a short blip in my life, but it was important because it was sort of a transition from the middle of nowhere in North Dakota to Los Angeles .... But modeling wasn't nearly as glamorous as I thought it was going to be.

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A solemn Jimmy Fallon returned to "The Tonight Show" on Monday night, just nine days after the death of his mother. 

"She was the best audience," Fallon said. "She was the one I was always trying to make laugh."

Fallon then shared a childhood memory of his mother, Gloria, walking hand in hand with him and his sister to the store.