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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Iris West
Julian Albert
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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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15 November 2016 (USA)  »

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It is revealed that a version of Gorilla Grodd exists on Earth-19. See more »


When Joe gets off the elevator pretending to talk to Wally's voicemail, you can see that the phone is lit up. Cell phones have a sensor that turn the screen black when brought up to the ear. See more »


Caitlin Snow: Barry, we're in the van. Can you hear us?
The Flash: And I just got tossed on my ass like a rag doll.
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References The Shining (1980) See more »


Performed by Shutup Season
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15 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

There were plenty of parallels in this episode to last night's Supergirl episode. Mostly due to the numerous characters going through "changes" (now I'm just thinking of that Eminem song of the same name), but I also saw shades of last years "Enter Zoom" episode. If this wasn't Alchemy's coming out party, it most certainly was Savitar's. AKA Godspeed.

Tonight was the inevitable Wally centric episode as he continued his complaining about not being a speedster. Look, I get that Wally feels like he's not helping, but I'm just getting tired of this angle when it comes to side characters in superhero stories. Is this not the same thing James is going through on Supergirl? I didn't care for Wally all that much before, and I still don't now that he presumably has his powers. I'm not sure if it's Lonsdale's delivery or the writers, but his dialogue never sounds right.

But luckily that was just about the only thing I had an issue with. After last episode's questionable execution with Caitlin's power struggle, the writers did a great job at tackling it this week. She's been a part of the show from the beginning, so it was difficult to watch her feel so helpless and hopeless concerning her future as Killer Frost. Because of that, her scenes with Cisco and Barry really solidified just how much I love that trio, and would hate to see anything change that. With that said, I think that's about to change next week with the episode titled "Killer Frost."

The throwaway villain from this week was 'Shade', another ruse set up by Alchemy. Because he was deliberately made to be throwaway, I wasn't bothered with how little I cared about him. I think we all knew this episode was headed towards an Alchemy showdown. Meanwhile, the crew got to somewhat enjoy a night at the movies, which happened to be a showing of The Shining. Bonus points for HR flirting with Joe's date. Seriously, can Tom Cavanagh do any wrong?

It was one of the better episodes of the season, full of exciting new material and rapid pacing. We've only scene a few episodes with Alchemy, and now one with Savitar, but I simply cannot wait until these story lines progress to the point of big reveals. I've always said Tom Felton is in some capacity playing Alchemy, and this episode seemed to drop a few more subtle hints that his character is up to something secretive. As always, The Flash is killing it.

+Caitlin's arc much improved since last episode

+No more secrets

+Enter Savitar


-Wally needs to stop complaining


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