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In fairness to Lois, she's got to feel pretty stupid having been fooled for DECADES by a pair of glasses and a slight change in hairstyle. All that bitter anger has to go somewhere.


Te'Shen wrote:
Damon Griffin wrote:
How did I miss that? When did they go back and find anything missing?
After Joe shot Everyman and then Barry jetted back to Well's secret room. All the screens were up, windows into places the team had thought private and the area where the core had lain, now dark and empty.

I just rewatched that scene. I saw a wall of screens and the area where the yellow suit had been stored, now empty. Wasn't the core hidden in another part of the room?


Maybe I'm inferring too much, but before when the group spoke with Gideon and asked where his core is, the wall slid open and there were a few, thin, blue neon lights in the hole, suggesting something there. When Barry returned to the room, that same hole, behind the images still stood open, but dark. The viewer could see it a bit when Barry walked a few steps closer to the images.

Maybe I was over thinking it.


No, I do remember Barry asking about the core, the wall sliding open and Cisco saying something about not going in there. I just didn't notice a dark open space behind the spycam images when Barry went back. I'll look again.

Nope, don't see anything behind the images. It makes sense he'd either take or dismantle Gideon, though. Leaving it behind would give Barry too much information.


Hmm... you're right. I just rewatched it to make sure, and I apparently imagined it.

Well... In the words of The Grand Galactic Inquisitor, "Ignore Me!"


ok...I know it's a tense moment but

anyone else grinning ear to ear at the Ring Suit

(also "missing test pilot" from Ferris air?)


Kthulhu wrote:
In fairness to Lois, she's got to feel pretty stupid having been fooled for DECADES by a pair of glasses and a slight change in hairstyle. All that bitter anger has to go somewhere.

One of my favorite moments in any Superman adaptation.


Last episode was great. Especially loved the last ~5 minutes or so.


Bjørn Røyrvik wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:
In fairness to Lois, she's got to feel pretty stupid having been fooled for DECADES by a pair of glasses and a slight change in hairstyle. All that bitter anger has to go somewhere.
One of my favorite moments in any Superman adaptation.

To be fair to Lois, glasses work differently in the DC multiverse.


LOL! I guess they do. Like trenchcoats and fedoras pulled low over your face being the height of inconspicuousity.

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Greylurker wrote:
.....also "missing test pilot" from Ferris air?)

Gaah! I missed that! When? Who? I've got it DVR'd so I may just have to re-watch it again tonight.

Otherwise.....

Spoiler:

Still not a fan of Peekaboo, never was really. Actress is spot on, though.

Barry - You’re an idiot. And now you’ve got more metahumans running around - again.

I like the chick playing Golden Glider, but I’ve never really been a big fan of that character.

Captain Cold continues to be one of the highlight villains.

Eddie! I think you did the right thing with Iris, even if you had way more chemistry with her than Barry could ever hope to. Just do us all a favor, and don’t go dark. Fight against being just another evil Thawne. That way lies stupidity and cliché. FIGHT IT, EDDIE!!!

Eobard - damn you pull off smug asshat really well. But I was still happy to see you get your ass beat. Of course, I’m pretty certain it’s all part of your master plan. What? Is the accelerator going to active and send you into the timestream? Then Barry has to chase you down using the same speed-battery Cisco found in your chair to reach faster speeds?

At first, I thought the final battle was given too little time. The more I thought about it, however, I realized that was actually kind of appropriate. When your fight involves two dudes who can move at superhuman speeds, the quicker a fight should be over with. And I liked the nanite thing. That was a nice touch. Although it would have been cool if Ray had been there himself to help out.

Can’t wait for next week’s season finale. Should be pretty damned cool.

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Who's the "missing test pilot"?

Green lantern?


Hama wrote:

Who's the "missing test pilot"?

Green lantern?

Seems likely.

BTW, in the 'failed transport' scene

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was it Mist who Cpt Cold killed?

I couldn't tell at first, but that was the only one missing.

EDIT:
BTW, why is everyone buying that by-line? Especially Eddie? I mean, how many times has Wells lied? Does the DCTVerse not have photo-shop?

I mean, we know, from reading the comics, but, seriously...I'd be; yea, right, then I guess I'm going to change YOUR past you (fill in your favorite rude descriptive term).


No, Cold shot

Spoiler:
Deathbolt in the face as he was about to blast someone.


Kalshane wrote:

No, Cold shot

** spoiler omitted **

Ah, OK.

Edit: I did like the 'He owed me money' bit.

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Well, they have to raise Cold's stature some since he's supposed to be one of the heroes in Crisis on Infinite Shows Legends of Tomorrow.

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Krensky wrote:
Well, they have to raise Cold's stature some since he's supposed to be one of the heroes in Crisis on Infinite Shows Legends of Tomorrow.

He's going to be one of the characters, and even a protagonist, in Legends of Tomorrow, but not necessarily a hero. If I remember the show synopsis that was released, it said something like "Rip Torn must assemble a team of heroes and villains".

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Considering its Rip Hunter he might be the Renegades Captain Cold or Citizen Cold.

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In other news, the Supergirl series trailer just dropped...

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As much as I enjoy a good superhero team up I wish Flash was allowed to shine in his own show.

On the plus side Wells' speed force is just as defective as Barry's in combat.


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THIS is how the speed force should alow the Flash to move.


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Just watched the Legends of Tomorrow trailer, Rip Hunter is being played by Arthur Darvill. I am 100% on board with this show.


Tinkergoth wrote:
Just watched the Legends of Tomorrow trailer, Rip Hunter is being played by Arthur Darvill. I am 100% on board with this show.

O.o

Whoa... I did NOT recognize him there!!! So much awesome!

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Tinkergoth wrote:
Just watched the Legends of Tomorrow trailer, Rip Hunter is being played by Arthur Darvill. I am 100% on board with this show.

Ten bucks says someone asks him:

"What did you say you were? A Time... Lord?"

"No, Time Master! Why does everyone keep mixing that up?"

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So I'm kind of confused on the timeline of the last episode and the Arrow finale. At the beginning of "Rogue Air," Barry didn't know where Oliver was, but by the end, Oliver was apparently finished with his business and came to help out. But in Arrow, Barry saved the day while they were still at the League HQ, before Oliver was done. When exactly did that happen?

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
Tinkergoth wrote:
Just watched the Legends of Tomorrow trailer, Rip Hunter is being played by Arthur Darvill. I am 100% on board with this show.

Ten bucks says someone asks him:

"What did you say you were? A Time... Lord?"

"No, Time Master! Why does everyone keep mixing that up?"

Not being a Dr. Who fan, I had to look this dude up. It's nice to see a more international cast.

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
So I'm kind of confused on the timeline of the last episode and the Arrow finale. At the beginning of "Rogue Air," Barry didn't know where Oliver was, but by the end, Oliver was apparently finished with his business and came to help out. But in Arrow, Barry saved the day while they were still at the League HQ, before Oliver was done. When exactly did that happen?

Flash's finale happens before Arrow's. Ollie was still undercover at Nanda Parbat, he just came to Central City to help Barry out briefly before going back. The "favor" Oliver mentioned right before leaving was Barry's intervention at the start of Arrow.


Shisumo wrote:
RainyDayNinja wrote:
So I'm kind of confused on the timeline of the last episode and the Arrow finale. At the beginning of "Rogue Air," Barry didn't know where Oliver was, but by the end, Oliver was apparently finished with his business and came to help out. But in Arrow, Barry saved the day while they were still at the League HQ, before Oliver was done. When exactly did that happen?
Flash's finale happens before Arrow's. Ollie was still undercover at Nanda Parbat, he just came to Central City to help Barry out briefly before going back. The "favor" Oliver mentioned right before leaving was Barry's intervention at the start of Arrow.

Got the timing right, but that wasn't the finale of Flash. One more episode, hence Barry's comment about

Spoiler:
being long overdue for a pointed conversation with Dr Wells

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Hunh. You're right, but I'd read several news articles in the last week calling it the finale... odd. But good, because I was left feeling really short on closure just then.


Shisumo wrote:
Hunh. You're right, but I'd read several news articles in the last week calling it the finale... odd. But good, because I was left feeling really short on closure just then.

Yeah, that would been a pretty rubbish season finale.


I'm amused by how little time they had Hawkgirl on screen. No idea who she is in the comics, but hopefully she gets at least some screentime.


Hawkgirl has had a number of different origins/backstories in the comics. DC never seemed to be able to decide what they wanted to do with her and Hawkman. I believe one of the two Kendra Saunders versions is the basis for the one in Legends, but I couldn't guess how much of that will change.

Most versions of Hawkman/Hawkgirl have multiple reincarnations as part of their shared history. Since this series will involve time travel, it could be interesting to have Hawkgirl interact with one or more of her past selves.

Most versions of Hawkman/Hawkgirl make use of artificial wings, but I believe the Legends character sprouts her own. The closest thing I know of in the comics is the "New 52" version of Kendra Saunders on Earth-2 (parallel world to the mainstream DC comics universe) where she was a professional treasure hunter, and was hired by the World Army before an unrevealed event occurred in Egypt that resulted in the grafting of wings to her back.

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Caineach wrote:
I'm amused by how little time they had Hawkgirl on screen. No idea who she is in the comics, but hopefully she gets at least some screentime.

She was in the episode before the finale?


No, Hama, she was in the teaser for the Legends of Tomorrow Spinoff. She hasn't appeared in Flash.

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Dal Selpher wrote:
No, Hama, she was in the teaser for the Legends of Tomorrow Spinoff. She hasn't appeared in Flash.

Although I have seen a report suggesting she shows up in the finale.

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She does. That's why I ask.

I hope she ditches the ridiculous mask she wore in JLU.


I had both threads open at the same time and it looks like I put my comment in the wrong one :)


Hama wrote:

She does. That's why I ask.

I hope she ditches the ridiculous mask she wore in JLU.

I personally loved the helmet


Superhero Fight Club!!!

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WOOT!!!! Season finale tonight!!!!


Yes!!! It can't get here fast enough. Perhaps if we sped things up?

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Well, that was......intriguing.

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I was enjoying some of the heart to hearts between Barry and sundry, but am thinking they maybe dragged that on a bit much. The parts with Joe and Barry were awesome. The part with Barry and his dad was beyond awesome.

Still, with all that, I was disappointed in the distinct lack of Flashpoint. The scene with his mom was still cool, and his future self telling him not to do it.

And, hey! Some folks called it about Eddie sacrificing himself to defeat Eobard. Although I don't think it's going to stick. My guess is, his body gets sucked into the future and fixed, then he gets imprisoned and forced to procreate. Or, time will somehow correct itself and Eobard ends up descended from someone else.

WRT the speed force visions: nice shot of the Flash Museum. Looked like Caitlin pulling a Killer Frost. Barry in jail? The famous trial of the Flash? I thought I also noticed some scenes from the Legends of Tomorrow trailer. I'll have to go back and watch again to pick up more.

Cisco - meta human! We all knew it was probably coming, but I liked the reveal. Can't wait to see him in action.

Lastly, not sure I liked the cliffhanger ending. I was hoping to see a bit of Rip Hunter.


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Wow. Just...wow.

I loved the episode but I HATE

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cliffhangers.

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Almost forgot....

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I loved it when Jay Garrick's helmet came flying out of the wormhole. That was cool. And from Eobard's reaction, it seemed like he knew who it belonged to....and was maybe a bit afraid?

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Overall, the sheer embracing of the comic book universe by this show is what really made me enjoy it. They never shied away from the super hero-ness of it all. Even if it doesn't last beyond season 2, I'll have enjoyed the run.


Aberzombie wrote:

Almost forgot....

** spoiler omitted **

Yep. That was close to being my favorite part.

Though, in the end, I guess Barry took everyone's advice and listened to

Spoiler:
himself...even if it was a future version.

I also enjoyed Thawne's comment about who made

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the first time machine.


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Love that look on Eobard's face.

just this kind of "Oh Crap, Need to go"

gaaah. Why can DC knock it out of the park when it comes to TV and make such a mess when it comes to the movies


I also think that Thawne's reaction to Barry

Spoiler:
not saving his mom
and Barry's response to him, said all there was to say about both of them.

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I was genuinely surprised by that final battle. Well done CW. I almost forgive you for all the horrible interpersonal drama you force on us.


WHAT THE HELL? SERIOUSLY? SERIOUSLY?

That cliffhanger man.

I did love the Garrick helmet though, and Thawne's reaction to it.

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