15. Title Unknown (March 17, 2015).
>Barry accidentally has his first time travel experience just as weather-controlling meta-human siblings Mark Mardon (Liam McIntyre) and Clyde Mardon (Chad Rook) returns to wreak havoc in Central City.
16. Rogue Time (March 24, 2015).
>Captain Cold's sister, Lisa Snart (Peyton List), sets to prove her worth and join the Rogues by seducing Cisco in order to retrieve the cold gun from S.T.A.R. Labs, while Cisco is at odds with his more succesful brother Dante Ramon (Nicholas Gonzalez), and the Flash has to protect them.
17. Title Unknown (March 31, 2015).
>Barry and Joe recruit James Jesse (Mark Hamill), an anarchist con man and expert bomber also known as "The Trickster", who's been locked up in Iron Heights for years, to help them capture Axel Walker (Devon Graye), a copycat Trickster who has been terrorizing the city.
18. All-Star Team-Up (April 7, 2015).
>Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) returns to Starling City with Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh), needing S.T.A.R. Labs' assistance to upgrade the A.T.O.M. exosuit, and they join Barry in his efforts to stop Brie Larvan (Emily Kinney), a criminal mastermind and expert hacker also known as the "Bug-Eyed Bandit", who seeks to weaponize bee-sized robots.
I hope the season finale uses an extended version of the credits theme. I really, really want a longer version of that, it cuts off just before it gets great.
>Piped Piper hijacks a satellite launched by his father's company to broadcast a citywide mind-control signal and pull off heists.
>The signal gets jammed with the satellites' radio waves, causing people to randomly burst into song during Piper's programmed frequency bursts.
>The Flash has to race against time to disable the signal before another company uses the satellite, therefore spreading the signal across the country.
>Barry sings "What a Feeling".
>Wells sings "Every Step You Take".
>Cisco sings "Good Vibrations".
>Captain Cold and Heatwave sing a mash-up of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" and "Disco Inferno".
>Barry The Hedgehog
>All that Firestorm
>NOT GOD, GRODD
>Zoom has known all along
>We protect our own
Hype train has broken free of its rails and is currently heading into orbit.
>We didn't get Eiling pulling out one little last dumbfuck gizmo out of his back pocket to use against Wells, only for Wells to dodge/parry/reflect every last single little needle Matrix style
What a shame.
>Scene in which barry is covered in spikes
>He has them removed his face, showing the wounds
>Next scene his face is repaired but his neck still has marks because the spikes came out later
>That attention to detail
How did he get him down there?
>mfw picturing Zoom carrying Grodd at super speed through the city
>Better yet Zoom pulling a cart with Grodd in the back
I mean I guess he just went into the sewers nearby but fuck you.
So did Dr. Stein just not suspect Wells spiked his drink and sold him to the US army?
I missed the episode, I only have one question.
Is Iris still experiencing her BTFO status?
Why? Why does everyone keep assuming they're going to do anything on Flash in a "more realistic" way? What possible reason would you think they won't just go balls-to-the-walls psychic powers, anon?
I was actually amazed. She wasn't completely fucking retarded this episode and I wasn't bored to tears by her subplot.
Her journalist partner basically telling her "Hey, you're a journalist you dumb bitch, you should probably investigate" is definitely a big factor for that though. If not for him she'd still be a clueless moron.
Iris is no longer important. She is now trying to get back into their lives by finding out about what goes on in Star Lab and creepily coming up to them in coffee shops acting friendly, but really being a bitch.
tl;dr typical ex
I don't know why I drew this, but I did.
Oh shit good catch.
I hope it looks less like a condom.
>That army take down
>Take nail bomb
>Bromance of Firestorm
>That Firestorm army take
>Barry finding out about time travel
>Wells carrying his armyfu to see his groddfu
>"We protect our own"
>Grodd speaking directly into a mind, physic powers confirmed
>Barrys suit fucked up, possible new suit next month
THIS EPISODE MANG
Honestly one of my favorite parts was Ronnie and Stein figuring out how to make use of the Firestorm connection to rescue Stein from Eiling. Just a really cool application of their powers, and I love how this series throws things like that in there, like how Barry will just use his speed for mundane things like processing a crime scene super fast.
They can just make more.
>mfw that scene
God how do they make the flying look SO FUCKING COOL
>Eiling shows up to base the next day with no explanation of what happened
>under Grodd's mind-control
I can see it happening, if only because having Grodd in so many of the scenes is expensive.
Anyone got a higher quality pic of this?
>Grodd still raping men in the sewers
run, Barry, run
>James Jesse (Mark Hamill), an anarchist con man and expert bomber also known as "The Trickster"
This is Awesome!
As a consequence of Flash fucking around with time travel, wormholes start popping up in Central City and fucking with the localized flow of time.
Then one happens and spits out Max Mercury, thrown 200 years into the future by the Speed Force.
I still half-seriously have a head canon that the 90's Flash series was the original timeline, but Zoom changed it so that Barry in that one never became Flash.
But the Speed Force has to have an avatar, and so his son is the one that becomes the Scarlet Speedster instead.
>Geoff Johns just favorited a tweet I posted about Firestorm in tonight's episode
I love how involved the production team and cast is on social media.
A lot of people talking about Barry resetting the timeline after Wells gets revealed, and I'm really hoping that doesn't happen. I love Wells as the mentor figure in the STAR Labs group, but pulling that shit would just be a rip off. The only way I could see a reset like that working to make the show better would be if Wells remembers something from the old timeline and makes an accidental slip about something that only happened in that one, and that's how Barry figures out he's the Reverse Flash.
Eiling isn't dead though. Grodd didn't kill those two workers either. He was using them to test and master his psychic abilities. He is going to mind-control Eiling and use him to get whatever he needs. Grodd will most likely have him chasing firestorm down too because Wells really wants firestorm to stay the fuck away from Barry and they are in cahoots.
Yeah, it works really well.
"It's both of us."
Does Cisco cosplay at comic/anime conventions?
seems like he's a guy that would know how to cosplay very well.
Who would he cosplay as?
I have bed bugs in my bed and every 2-3 nights I wake up with bites on my wrists.
>Who would he cosplay as?
Kamen rider kabuto
>I have bed bugs in my bed and every 2-3 nights I wake up with bites on my wrists.
I want kamen rider drive vs the flash: race to the finish, (or some other fast sounding subtitle) to be a thing but it never will
Got you covered, man.
For the record, Flash + the speed equation that the Quicks use canonically makes him fast enough to go toe-to-toe with Zolomon, who exists OUTSIDE of the flow of time.
That's fucking fast.
>You twisted little pink rat-hole of a hominid, I'm not done with you! I'll get out of this, and when I do...!!!
You have got to love that fucking smile. It's not even really evil, it's more of a "Yeah, surprise bitch, it was me all along. You really should have seen it coming though." type of smile.
I am still kind of unclear how he pulled this off? Is he so fast that he was able to beat himself up while at the same time taking off and putting on his costume WHILE reacting to the punches?
Speedsters are that fast. According to the show, Wells is siphoning off speed force from Barry, and in the comics Barry has no known upper speed limit. Things seem to be coming together as though Wells is just showing multiple copies of himself.
What I want to know is why Wells has red speed force lightning while wearing the yellow suit and yellow speed force lighting when he's not wearing the suit. Oversight by the show's creators?
Good god that clip of him moving so fast it shows two of himself is sending shivers down my spine. Cisco's apparent disbelief makes it all the better.
I imagine it's like "Look at this Cisco. Can you even comprehend how fucking fast I'm going?"
That kind of stuff's been done before in the comics. Could be he time traveled and the RF beating the shit out of him is a past/future version of himself, but honestly I really want it to just be SPEED
If you don't let a show sit and stew, then it's harder to figure out a show's good and bad sides. If you just run through five seasons of some show then you hardly register that maybe season 3 had a writer who was really good but only worked on that season.
>What I want to know is why Wells has red speed force lightning while wearing the yellow suit and yellow speed force lighting when he's not wearing the suit.
He has bright red lightning at all times. Go rewatch episode 11.
Because it's honestly not a big budget TV show and the sets they have are the sets they have. It's not like it's a horrible set, but shows usually design new sets for long term use when new seasons start.
Coffee Shops and restaurants in general are super easy to build and break down or even use an existing location to shoot. Also a great place to have extras sit around and do nothing in while also giving the illusion that the characters do something in their free time.
There's a reason why almost every TV show no matter the genre has a set piece like that be it a bar or a coffee shop or a diner.
Film Class 101 homie
Because it's a nice set that let's them get social scenes done in a way that lets them have a reason to reuse the set. Same reason why half of How I Met Your Mother took place in the bar. Besides, Jitters looks nice and the money they save lets do a better job on the SFX. It's a CW show, they don't have infinity money.
You know, if theres ever a time Wells says "IT WAS ME BARRY" it's gonna be this episode
Like what? Where else are you gonna find a bunch of young 20-somethings hanging out in a city like that? C'mon
You see how cool Firestorm looks? How cool Grod is looking? That's because they are saving money by using that coffee shop as a set. Deal with it.
the gag runs for like three seasons, the same set as shown up in every episode looking exactly the same but serves as something completely different every time, when finally one of the characters snaps when someone mentions going out
>"Let me take you guys out to this fantastic new Mexican restaurant nearby."
>"I'm sorry do you mean the FUCKING DINER ON THIRD STREET WE'VE GONE INTO EVERY FUCKING WEEK FOR THREE YEARS THAT SOMEHOW MANAGES TO HAVE A DIFFERENT NAME EVERY TIME I GO TO WIPE MY ASSHOLE?"
Ok but coffee shop scenes make up a much larger portion of the show than 5 seconds of Grodd. You realize that right? If you want to ignore all those dull scenes go ahead but watching a large portion of the show on a boring set done almost entirely in shot reverse shot is a legitimate complaint.
who is a rich Flash super-villain who could have a monopoly on the prefab commercial building industry and is quickly transforming the entire city into a Jitters hellscape
Not really, given that those scenes are not action scenes (well, actually, this episode it was) and the set is being used correctly in shot, reverse-shot during conversations where that is just plain what is going to happen no matter what. Putting it in a normal situation when people are trying to have dialog is how it should be run.
Sorry you're paying attention to the walls when Cait is talking to Jason about important plot elements that don't have any legitimate reason to take place anywhere less pedestrian.
I remember the cartoon Weekenders doing this. The gang's favorite pizza place changes theme every episode.
>comic book store
standing around talking about suspicious shit not reading comics or playing Magic in a comic book store
tickets are fucking expensive and one visit to their canteen/cafes could equal a weeks worth of Jitters budget
Your boyfriend is an idiot.
They wont become killer frost and Vibe until next season. What will cause it will be The Rogues. Sick of getting their asses handed to them by the Flash the Rogues break into Star Labs to mimic the partical excellerator explosion and turn themselves into Mets. Caitlin and Cisco interfer and the result is Caitlin and Cisco getting the poweres intended for Cold and Piper.
Piper leaves the Rogues to go straight while Cold struggles to remain the leader of his team of Mets as he's just some asshole with a gun
>his suits range wildly like cheap Batman action figures
>tunda Vibe suit
>scuba Vibe suit
>Wild Animal Attack Vibe suit
>Space Adventure Vibe suit
>tuxedo Vibe suit
>Next episode deals with time travel
>It's also the episode where Wells tells everyone his secret identity
Flash toy series when
I want captain cold and heatwave guns
I have good news for you.
>tfw this show is so fucking based
If Geoff Johns only having 1 comic a month means he can focus on shit like this, I'd say it's worth it.
We're also getting Wells' ring, and a Reverse Flash Funko Pop.
I know he writes the captain cold episodes which by & far are my favorite but how much control does he have on the show?
Those things are literally cancer. Fucking piss poor designs, and an obvious cashgrab attempt.
Why does anyone even like those, let alone collect them?
I'd rather get official merch that I can wear or display without looking like a total faggot. The Prof. Zoom ring is a step in the right direction. Replica heat/cold guns would be nice. I'd buy a wallet based on Barry's suit as well.
>live action in prime time
>reruns of all their animated properties
A good idea, this is.