Wally starts to have visions of him being Kid Flash so Barry tells him the truth about his powers in Flashpoint. Meanwhile, the rest of the group find out about Caitlin's Killer Frost powers.

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Wally starts to have visions of him being Kid Flash so Barry tells him the truth about his powers in Flashpoint. Meanwhile, the rest of the group find out about Caitlin's Killer Frost powers.

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Cisco wears a "Here's Kitty" T-Shirt, a spoof of The Shining (1980) even though he says that he doesn't like the film. See more »

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When H.R. suggests to reopen Star Labs as a museum and to be the new face of Star Labs, Caitlin and Cisco promptly reject his idea as on Earth-1, Harrison Wells (aka Eobard Thawne) is connected with the murder of Barry's mother and H.R. would be immediately arrested if he were to show his face outside of the Lab. However, in The Flash: Monster H.R. hands out coffee and breakfast to everyone which he had to have bought somewhere outside of the facility, yet no one seemed to be worried about that then or thought to tell him about the danger of being falsely recognized as a murderer. See more »

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Cisco Ramon: You think everyone on Earth-19 is missing crayons in the box, or just him?
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Features The Flash: Flashpoint (2016) See more »

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Stepping out of the shadows
16 November 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

The Flash is back after a relatively short break and now there are more villains than ever.

There are plenty of good things in this episode and one of them were HR. I thought he was a bit over-the-top silly last episode but in this one he's more realistic, still silly but not too much. Him flirting with Cecile during her date with Joe and seeing Joe's reaction to it was hilarious. I'm sure they will find more uses for the face-disguise device, actually reminds of Human Target over on Arrow.

Caitlin reveals her secret to Cisco who then tells the others and that was good, no secret keeping so this story doesn't take break and I like that. Him vibing her gave us a glimpse of next episode and of their good looking suits. Can't wait for the next episode, mostly because of the cliffhanger but also because it's titled "Killer Frost" so that will be exciting.

Alchemy is fixating on Wally to come to him so he can grant Wally speed powers. Unfortunately everyone thinks this is bad, even Barry who could benefit from having a sidekick. Well either way, their plan eventually fails like most of the time and they have to confront Alchemy. Alchemy who is likely a telepathic somehow doesn't know that they're setting a trap for him but he doesn't give up without a fight. Whatever his stone is firing on Barry it sure works on making Barry weak enough to be fired upon again and again. Joe, like the cop he is, gets in a good shot at Alchemy and it all seems over with the bad guy getting arrested. Then the earth starts to shake and a rapid white light flies around taking out all of the SWAT-team. Even Barry appears surprised with a sense of fear and he tells Joe and Wally to get out while he chases the rapid light. In the midst of all chaos Wally touches the stone and a pillar is created around him, wonder what will come of this. Perhaps he will be trapped inside it for a few episodes? I read about Daniel West and a theory of Wally becoming an evil speedster. While it's a good theory I don't think there is need of another evil speedster when they just introduced one in this very episode. Like I said, Barry gets pushed to the roof and the white light reveals itself to be Savitar, the god of motion. To me he looks great, the fact that he's not visible to non-speedsters is clever. It allows them to save budget for the visual effects which looked awesome and it showcases his immense speed powers, so fast that he can't be seen.

All in all, thoroughly enjoyed the episode and I did not expect a cliffhanger so now I'm even more excited for the next episode.


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