David Mazouz
A “Gotham” crossover with “The Flash” is possible, as far as David Mazouz is concerned. FOX

“Gotham” star David Mazouz is always brimming with ideas on how superheroes from different TV shows can crossover and interact with one another. This time, Mazouz came up with the perfect idea for a “Gotham” and “The Flash” crossover.

“First of all, if there’s going to be a Crossover, they come to Gotham,” Mazouz told Comic Book. “That’s kind of a must have because nobody in Gotham can time travel yet.”

By having a crossover, Mazouz said both shows will be rife with storyline ideas. But one thing’s for certain - Barry Allen will have his hands full when he visits Gotham City.

“The Flash kind of had their run-in with Flashpoint a couple of seasons ago. Maybe there could be another kind of Flashpoint where Flash runs back in time and goes to Gotham and maybe tries to stop Bruce Wayne’s parents’ murder from happening. Maybe not the traditional ‘Bruce Wayne gets murdered instead and Thomas becomes Batman thing,’ but something along those lines where the whole world gets whack and it’s up to Flash to fix things in Gotham,” he said.

While the actor’s crossover idea is great, it seems like what Mazouz really wants is to have the young Bruce and Clark Kent form a friendship in the Fox show.

“I’ve said this from the beginning, it’s probably never going to happen, but it would be so cool for some kind of Clark Kent Easter egg come on the show,” Mazouz earlier said. “Even if it was just like a scene in the GCPD with Bullock [Donal Logue] reading a newspaper with a headline that says, ‘Teenage Boy in Metropolis Saves Busload of Kids.’ No one has to talk about it, just leave it there on the newspaper.”

“Or, if the writers wanted to get creative,” Mazouz continued, “Clark Kent could take a boat ride over across the bay to Gotham and create a young friendship with Bruce Wayne I think that would be even more cool.”

Having Clark around would definitely help Bruce at this point, since he’s undergoing a rebellious streak. He has even fired Alfred Pennyworth (Sean Pertwee), and it seems like he is far from redemption.

Talking to Screen Rant about Bruce’s downward spiral, Mazouz said: “He becomes somebody that nobody should be proud of, and that Alfred definitely isn’t proud of, and it gets really dark but it’s been so much fun to play.”

“Gotham” Season 4 airs every Thursday at 8 p.m. EST on Fox.