Finales can be difficult. They wrap up the current storyline, and set up the next. They have to create enough emotional investment that fans anxiously await the next season. Let’s talk about whether or not Flash was able to do that. Spoilers ahoy!
We finally get to see Katie Cassidy’s premiere as Black Siren on last night’s episode of Flash, and she totally stole the show in my opinion. It’s the penultimate episode, and things are really getting heated. Let’s talk about it, spoilers ahoy!
Team Flash was in quite a predicament the last time we saw them. There were a lot of possibilities and even more questions. Let’s talk about what happened, and what will likely happen next, in your Flash Megathread. Spoilers Ahoy!
We get a first look at Barry without his powers (again). We resolve a few loose ends plotwise. Then we see the set-up for the next showdown with Zoom. While mostly a filler episode, there were a few ‘big’ things happening in this episode. Spoilers ahoy.
It’s showdown time between Flash and Zoom this week as we get into the home stretch. There’s only five episodes left this season. We also see the Flash side of the Supergirl tie-in. Spoilers ahoy!
This was a fun episode in the most comic booky, campy, kinda way. I laughed at the absurdness of it all and in general found it amusing. Others might nit-pick, but I think this show emulates exactly what a Flash comic feels like, time travel paradoxes and all.
One month was too long after that stupid cliffhanger, but the Flash is back and the scene is getting set for the finial stretch of this season it looks like. “Trajectory” wasn’t just a solid episode, it was a good pivot point as well. Spoilers ahoy!
When King Shark was just a minor bad guy that was littler more than a running joke it was a disappointment. Last night’s episode totally made up for that right here. There’s also a minor Arrow crossover with a bit of a spoiler, so be aware. Let’s talk about the latest episode of The Flash. Spoilers ahoy!
The second part of the team’s adventures on Earth-2 was last night, and it was pretty intense all around. Not always the good kind of intense, but it had some great moments. Let’s hear your thoughts. Spoilers starting now.
It’s here. It’s finally here! We got to see Earth-2! Enough fangirling, let’s talk about the doppelgangers. Let’s talk about the cool futuristic comic-book like vibe Earth-2 Central City gives off. Let’s talk about all the other cool things from this episode. Spoilers ahoy!
Things are heating up on the Flash, literally and figuratively. First there’s a new meta in town who likes it hot. Then we see the set up for the next couple of episodes to come. Spoilers Ahoy!
And we’re back from the midseason break with a new episode of The Flash. They’re really turning up the heat for the rest of this season it looks like, and they’re starting now.
We see the return of Grodd! What else is there to say? Let’s talk about the awesomeness that was last night’s episode of The Flash! Where we push the titular character aside and let the supporting cast shine. Spoilers ahoy!
So, we finally get to see the big-bad, Zoom, in action in last night’s episode of The Flash. I have to say, it went better than I expected, with this episode being a pretty strong one all around, with only minor knit-picks. Spoilers ahoy!
Wherein I had to actually use a thesaurus (the book, not the website) to look up synonyms for Awkward to polish this recap up a bit. Also, we had some great dialogue throughout the entire episode, and some truly hilarious moments. Spoilers ahoy!
A while ago I posted something about why Jesse Quick should be introduced on The Flash TV show. I still think she’d be a great addition, but now, for some strange reason (maybe it was all the time travel stuff in the final episode of the season), I’ve been thinking about Jenni Ognats, XS, being on the show.
Hi, The Flash. Can I call you The? Listen. I love what I've seen so far of your new series, The Flash. It's great stuff. You have all the makings of a classic hero, you really do. Which is why this is gonna be hard for me to tell you: Ya need to get over Iris West.