The pilot was, well, a pilot. Together with the spontaneous decisions rather of Barry destroying things often it has not gone well for those involved. He had one or two lines throughout the entire episode and honestly felt much more like a plot device to have Nora learn from Barry than an actual character. That is exactly how Carmine Infantino drew the character for like, the first decade of his existence. If they're leaning on that Crisis theme this season, well.
While Team Flash was in a celebratory mood, Gridlock was transported to Iron Heights prison. Seeing Barry, Oliver, Kara, Vibe, and Superman teaming up to fight Amazo, and working out some other stuff on the side is a big deal. Mike Cecchini is the Editor in Chief of Den of Geek. That was something fans were waiting, and when it came, it really got them going. While definitely a comedy-light episode, these interactions provide the levity that a show like The Flash needs to keep its tone in the right ballpark and not becoming something along the lines of a lighter season of Arrow.
But the budding metavillain got the drop on Flash when Nora distracted him during the battle. This throw is great and these figures are simple for me to give up to care around. While Nora was inseparable from Barry, Iris noted an emotional distance between herself and her daughter. Considering that it's just over five years to the day that , this was a great way to show just how far both of these characters have come. But Barry takes this news less as a tragedy for himself, but more as to how it affects Nora. Barry Allen played by Grant Austin and Iris West played by Candice Patton finally figured that the Mystery Girl was their daughter from the future. I really don't understand what some of this' purpose was.
Jessica Parker Kennedy is an immediately welcome addition to Team Flash. These shows more or less function in real time week to week. A year finale where matters clarified via exposition and become handwaved does not really help. Cicada Kills Iris was relieved when Barry suggested Nora stay a little longer, so that she could heal the divide between them. Ralph and Barry are a fun set when composed correctly, which was one of these minutes. It's also kind of a statement of intent for how these are going to go.
Together, the three Flashes managed to bring the plane down safely. Bad News From the Future Barry eventually deduced that Nora was holding back some important details about their collective future. Team Flash must work together to send Nora back, while simultaneously fighting off another villainous meta. Comic fans might have figured out that they were looking to how he used his lightning abilities to electrify a dagger while he was not namechecked in that instant. Those were rare this year, but that led DeVoe horrorshow from last week this week together with the start of the Enlightenment were reminders of what a pleasure this series can be as it takes the moment. That is for another time, though.
Gridlock is literally just a villain to have a villain. Let us know in the comment section below! This is a level up moment for both the character and Grant Gustin, and both wear it well. But Ollie got his jabs in, too. I really don't know whether this is something special for me or maybe not, but frequently when I dream of a friend or loved one who's dead, you will find such moments of extreme joy, as nearly impossibly vivid recollections of my own time together return. In reality, were some of you fulfilled with anybody's arc? We know the following year will not be a speedster villain. Moreover, they will also be obstructed by another evilly minded meta.
Sorry for blowing out a big spoiler, but it is going to be Cicada, who will be the main villain and maybe one of the worst. Because of the introduction of Nora, it already feels like the stakes have been raised for Barry this season despite nothing of much real importance regarding a villain happening in this episode. Not to forget, the episodes will be available on Amazon Prime on the very next day of broadcast. It might have been even stronger if the latter phases of his decrease this year weren't played difficult for laughs. The Flash has always been and always will be a superhero show at heart, but when the costumes are off, it feels more heavily sci-fi than ever, and I love it. I mean what a scene was that, Team Flash vs. It told its own story.
The costume was designed by Ryan Choi! Barry will go in the future to stop Nora from making a mistake and thus preventing any chaos. After all, she is quite adept at time travel. It looks that in upcoming season we will Team Flash trying to figure out what really went wrong in the future. It clearly hints that the first episode is going to be focused on Nora and Barry is going to figure out what happened in the future. In the comics, his name is Abner Girdler. Throughout season 4, Team Flash members found this Mystery Girl randomly popping up in Central City. But then, there is this nagging feeling that there is no way this character and his story might have lasted 23 episodes, and I am once again left expecting that somebody sees the light which each one these displays would observe a dramatic rise in consistency and quality if they were not so dedicated to those old school event dictates.