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The New Rogues 

Mirror Master joins his old partner, Top, and looks to even the score with Snart; Jesse joins the chase, but her decision to defy one of Barry's orders results in terrible consequences.

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Greg Berlanti (developed by), Andrew Kreisberg (developed by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Grant Gustin ... Barry Allen / The Flash
Candice Patton ... Iris West
Danielle Panabaker ... Caitlin Snow
Carlos Valdes ... Cisco Ramon / Vibe
Keiynan Lonsdale ... Wally West
Tom Cavanagh ... Dr. Harry Wells / H.R. Wells
Jesse L. Martin ... Joe West
Wentworth Miller ... Leonard Snart / Captain Cold
Violett Beane ... Jesse Wells / Jesse Quick
Danielle Nicolet ... Cecile Horton
Grey Damon ... Sam Scudder / Mirror Master
Ashley Rickards ... Rosalind Dillon / Top
Dalias Blake ... Tough #2
Chad Riley ... Foreman
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Storyline

Barry lets Jesse tag along when a new meta human known as Mirror Master shows up and teams with his old partner Top to find Snart and settle a score. Jesse disobeys one of Barry's orders during the pursuit, resulting in disastrous consequences. Written by Anonymous

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TV-PG | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

This episode marks the 50th episode of the Flash since its inception in 2014. See more »

Goofs

While Flash/Barry is trapped in the mirror it seems as if he and his features should appear mirrored, however he is not as is evident by the lightning symbol on his chest. This is because the Barry trapped in the mirror is not a reflection, but the original who has been phased through the mirror by Mirror Master. See more »

Quotes

Caitlin Snow: He's cute. For a criminal.
Barry Allen: Well, he's more than just a criminal now. Apparently, he's a meta who can travel through mirrors.
Cisco Ramon: Oh, oh, I got this one. He's, uh...
Dr. Harry Wells: Mirror Master.
Cisco Ramon: What the...
Dr. Harry Wells: Boom.
Barry Allen: That's good.
Dr. Harry Wells: Thank you, we had a Mirror Master on our Earth, Evan McCulloch. Wasn't a meta, though. He had some kind of mirror gun that he used.
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References Twin Peaks (1990) See more »

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Get It All
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Performed by Decadez
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Mirror Master, Finally!
26 October 2016 | by ArjunTheReviewerSee all my reviews

First off, The Flash continues to be consistent with its quality even in its fourth episode of the season, and this episode delivered like usual. The episode also had a Season 1 vibe. The episode debuted Mirror Master, and I thought he was an interesting villain with the unique ability to travel through mirrors. This villain is one of my favorite Flash villains, and so was excited just from the start to see him make his debut. I hope he is not a throwaway villain, and that he returns again with the Trickster, and all of the other rogues. The other villain this week is the Top, who can cause vertigo upon people. She also worked well for the episode, and I liked the Bonnie and Clyde dynamic between she and Mirror Master. The episode also follows Harrison Wells and Jesse Quick saying their goodbyes to the team because they need to go back to Earth 2. The team wants a new Harrison Wells from the multiverse, and the quest for another Harrison Wells was one of the shows funniest moments. Also, Caitlin's powers are increasing. Could she become Killer Frost? I am really interested in seeing how that plot line will go. Despite all this, there is some bad. The CGI in the training scene between the Flash and Jesse Quick was terrible (it nearly beats last week's Legends of Tomorrow). Also, the Barry and Iris subplot was really dumb with them having relationship troubles. I am a little worried about this being like Arrow Season 4, but do the quality of the episodes, I am not that worried. Overall, another fantastic episode that introduced another rogue. Grade: 8.8/10


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