The Flash Recap: All's Well That Ends Wells...?

The Flash Rogue Air Recap

This week on the penultimate episode of The CW’s The Flash, Barry enlisted a supervillain — and then some superfriends — to help contend with Dr. Wells’ latest ploys. In the end, was The Flash fast enough, or again 1,000 steps behind?

Having discovered that A) Wells has refurbished the particle accelerator, B) plans to use it for, well, something and (C) has been hiding out under their noses the whole time, Barry & Co. realize that if the tunnel is turned back on, it will fry everyone in the Pipeline. Thus, their first order of business is to get everyone to safety — which of course is far easier said than done, when dealing with teleporters, weather wizards, mind controllers and their ilk.

When Joe’s bid to have the city shut barricade a route that they can safely shuttle the baddies to Lian Yu via the Ferris Air strip gets shot down, Barry goes against his better wisdom and calls upon Captain Cold to keep the metahumans on ice during transit. In trade, Snart asks that every trace of him be removed from all criminal data bases. Against Joe’s advice, Barry complies.

But then, even though Cisco has outfitted the truck to suppress the metahumans’ powers, the system shorts out, affording Deathbolt, Rainbow Raider, Weather Wizard, Peek-a-Boo and The Mist opportunity to run amok once at the airship, where Cold has crashed their lift to Lian Yu. Following an intense, fun, super-powered skirmish that you just couldn’t look away from, where arms-waving Barry and pistol-toting Joe labored to fend off the fiends, Cold iced Deathbolt but let the others go free.

Afterward, Barry laments his decision-making and his inability to make tough calls a la Oliver/The Arrow — but Joe counters, “That’s not the kind of hero you are…. So please, no more walks on the dark side.”

On the heels of this bit of insanity, Cisco realizes that the particle accelerator is now fully charged, thanks to the futuristic power source Wells/Eobard had waved around in front of Eddie. Now it’s a matter of preventing it from being used to whatever nefarious end. The Flash thus faces off against Wells, and he’s not alone but accompanied by Ronnie/Firestorm and Oliver/Not Exactly the Arrow But That’s Too Much Exposition for a Crossover Episode Not Synched Up With Arrow’s Timeline. “This will be fun,” Wells gloats before transforming into Reverse-Flash and taking on the trio. Importantly, Oliver came toting special arrows that Palmer Technologies rigged to suppress the Reverse-Flash’s speed. That allows for a few beat-downs, but then Wells shakes it off, waves away Firestorm and gains the upper hand on Oliver. Reverse-Flash goes for the Vibra-Hand kill when Barry tackles his foe, seguing into a chase around the S.T.A.R. Labs roof. Ronnie flies back into action and helps Flash lob the man in yellow off the rooftop and onto a car below. For good measure, Oliver puts another Ray Palmer Special into the dazed speedster.

One quip about Oliver’s new look later, Barry finds solace in the fact that the Reverse-Flash has been caught, and with a whole season finale to spare!


Elsewhere in the episode:
* After they find Eddie in the underground chamber, Iris realizes that her beau was going to propose the night he was grabbed. But when she asks him about it, he says it’s not meant to be, that Eobard showed him the future and Iris West-Allen’s place in it. Iris argues that she loves who she loves and that is enough to write their future, but Eddie notes that there’s the ongoing Barry of it all, that her “best friend” has always been a part of their relationship. “Barry knows it, Joe knows it, and even I knew it,” Eddie says — though he hoped he could change it. “If you really love me, let this die,” he says — and a tearful Iris agrees.

* Lisa Snart played with poor Cisco’s emotions/red-blood male instincts in a charming, sexy way, even coaxing from him her nifty nickname: The Golden Glider.

* Priot to (nearly) killing Oliver, Eobard reveals that Mr. Queen lives to be 86.

* After helping waylay Wells, Oliver told Barry he’d need a favor one day — meaning, on this Wednesday’s Arrow episode.

What did you think of “Rogue Air?

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  1. Me says:

    So we’re not gonna talk about how Oliver lives to be 86???

  2. TVPeong says:

    Amazing fight sequence in the end.
    I see a future for Cisco and Golden glider.
    Can’t wait for the season finale next week. Hope that Joe makes it out alive.

  3. Karen MT says:

    Nice nod to DC lore: Ferris Air has been shut down since they “lost the test pilot.”

    • Andrew Houde says:

      Arrow just used a Ferris Air plane last week to get the team to Nanda Parbat so this is slightly interesting .. multiple mentions of Ferris Air this season overall. Wondering if they attempting to get permission to go there and we get to find out Diggle’s middle name is Stewart.

    • SteveO says:

      I wonder which test pilot.

      Hal Jordan was never lost.

      But … Nathaniel Adam, on the other hand.

  4. Tom says:

    Did anyone else catch that Green Lantern nod? Barry mentioned that Ferris Air shut down because one of their test pilots went missing.

  5. Rachel says:

    Caitlin had a lot of good facial expressions this week, lol.

  6. James D says:

    great episode. Loved the nod to Hal Jordon, (is it OK if I still hope John Diggle’s real name is John Stewart, cuz David would make an awesome John Stewart) liked the Snards arc as well. and great ending really cool fight scene and it was cool the the cousin Amells got into a scene together.

  7. Ashley says:

    My only disappointment in this episode is that it feels like with the way Ronnie went after Oliver, that they filmed a scene between them but unfortunately had to cut it (which I understand). It just would’ve been a fun little bonus scene to see the cousins together more than we did.

  8. Bwhit says:

    I thought it was really well done in regards to timeline and set up. First Cold double crossed Barry with the Meta humans saying they now owe him a favor ( spin off nugget). He can’t get ahold of Oliver at first but he shows up in the end, the less explanation the better in my opinion because it showed Oliver still is playing bad for Ras, but set up a favor he’s going to need from Barry. We all know this isn’t over with Wells, so next week is going to be good!

    • BBussey says:

      It still doesn’t jive with the Arrow timeline. The only time Oliver was in town as al-Sah-Him was when he returned to bring Nyssa back to Nanda Parbat. Given that Starling and Central are three hours apart by train, he didn’t have a seven-hour window to sneak away — particularly given that he had Maseo and a battalion of League warriors accompanying him.

      • Matthew says:

        seeing as The Flash is in tomorrows episode of Arrow this episode of the Flash clearly took place during the Nyssa thing regardless of how ever long it takes to get from Starling City to Central City that is not a big issue seeing as for a while now people on the Arrow have been traveling back and forth between Starling and Nada Parbat multiple time during episodes so if it is not as much of an issue in that scenerio why here?

      • Bwhit says:

        But my point was less is more. They had Oliver in the Al Sah Him get up and he was very vague with Barry. He was barely there and it set up Barry to help team Arrow. I’m just pointing out that it wasn’t as horrible timeline wise as everyone feared.

  9. Drew says:

    This episode was a waste. The plot was total nonsensical filler that made Barry look stupid. Honestly, why go to Snart? His only weapon and only value was built by Cisco… Give an ice gun to any random dude off the street and it would make more sense than trusting Snart.
    Teleporter chick is only supposed to be able to teleport to someplace that she can see… Yet she rounded a corner and cut Caitlin off. How?
    Oliver (who, what? Told Ra’s that he was going out for coffee creamer and would be right back?)shot Wells with nanites that cut off Wells’ speeding ability. So wells uses that ability to get rid of the nanites? How?
    Why were the metas not chained or sedated in the truck?
    Why did nobody point out that Wells literally could not kill Eddie, to let Iris know that he would be okay?
    The fight with Wells was tagged on and came from nowhere. It seems like that should have been the episode, so why wasn’t it? Instead the season builds to this epic encounter that lasts five minutes?
    It’s like they finished the season and then realized that they forgot an episode, so they threw this one together. I don’t know what they were thinking.
    They should have nixed the meta storyline, played up the hunt for Wells and the battle that followed, and done more with Eddie after his kidnapping.

    • Rachel says:

      I really wanted to know what explanation Oliver gave Ra’s for leaving. But he might not have noticed Oliver was even gone with the secret portal from nanda parbat to starling city that they use several times a day. 😉

      • Drew says:

        So true. They’re this close to making that place a vacation destination for all of the Starling City elite. Imagine the appeal… Fountain of youth, every room has a fire pit… It’s the Nanda Parbat Spa and Resort.

        • Rachel says:

          Ha ha! I also agree that the fight with wells was less than epic. Too much hype for the few minutes it lasted.

        • Lex says:

          I give you two hours before someone writes an Olicity fic set at the Nanda Parbat Spa and Resort. The honeymoon suite would have *personal thematic significance* for the couple.

    • data1001 says:

      Thank you! I agree with you on every single point. I’m getting really frustrated with the lazy writing, and characters doing stupid things or things which don’t fit the established canon. Plus, Captain Cold is the lamest villain ever, when going up against meta-humans — just steal his gun and he’s completely incapacitated — for that reason alone, it was a genuinely dumb idea that he was somehow “needed” to keep things cool (so to speak) on the prisoner transfer. Again, dumb, lazy writing.

      And yes, the ending fight felt tacked-on, and to me wrapped things up in an extremely anti-climactic way.

      I’ll withhold final judgment until I see the season finale, because maybe there will be an insane, great payoff. But even if that happens, it wouldn’t make up for how this show has fallen off the rails repeatedly this season.

    • Meena says:

      Completely agree! This episode really did feel like a waste. I hated the whole Captain Cold storyline, you were right, it made no sense. I also find Captain Cold to be a very boring villain in general, so I’m not a huge fan of the episodes he’s in lol. The fight did feel very tacked on. They should’ve made it the focus of this whole episode instead of wasting it on the stupid meta storyline. The fight ended way too quickly, now part of me thinks that Thawne wanted to be caught. They hyped up this team-up with the Arrow and Firestorm for a long time, and it only lasted a few minutes. Lame.

    • Ashley says:

      Teleport girl (forget her name) could have made multiple jumps. The camera was focused on Caitlin.

  10. Alichat says:

    I’m not sure I understand how this episode isn’t synced up with Arrow’s timeline. And what I mean is I don’t know how it couldn’t be synced. Why add the lines about Oliver being in Nanda Parbat or that last exchange between Oliver and Barry? (“I might need a favor from you.” “Wherever, whenever”) Why not just write the show as it would be if it had aired after tomorrow’s Arrow? Own that the episodes are out of order. Why try to shoehorn some dialogue into this episode to try to get it to sync up with tomorrow’s Arrow? It only allowed for more questions and confusion.

    • kath says:

      It seems to fit in the middle of This Is Your Sword during the missing three weeks, after Ra’s brainwashed Oliver and provided him with the LoA outfit, and before he told Malcolm that they needed help and go get Team Arrow.

      They probably didn’t write it as being after the Arrow finale because 1. Oliver needed to get in touch wit Barry to set up the favor to save the Team and 2. Oliver may be hanging up the hood after the next episode for a while.

      • Alichat says:

        Hmmm….I don’t know if it would really fit within last week’s ep, except for that last mention of needing a favor. If this episode had aired after the Arrow finale (as it was initially supposed to), there would have been no need for the ‘I may need a favor exchange.’ Nor the Nanda Parbat mention. Why not keep the episode that way? It’s been said enough times that the episodes are out of order now for whatever reason. Now that he mentions Nanda Parbat, we then are given the questions…..How did Barry get in touch with Oliver? What’d he do, call Malcolm?? If Oliver is still fooling Ra’s, how’d Oliver get away from him, his new bride, and the impending virus for Starling City to help Barry? He could barely go pee in Nanda Parbat without someone having to come with him. How could he have nanites from Ray? Why would Ray give him nanites? I just think it would have been better had they left those two mentions out, and used the ep as is. Treat it more like a stand alone ep, instead of trying to shoehorn lines in that would tie to the plotline of Arrow.

        • starship says:

          This episode was never ever meant to air after the Arrow finale, it’s actually Arrow’s scheduling that god messed up, as it is now a week ahead of where it should have been. This episode of The Flash was supposed to air after Arrow’s 21st and before Arrow’s 22nd episode initially, which would have lined up the timelines perfectly. Right now, they’re still mostly aligned, but we have to keep in mind that Oliver’s appearance on The Flash last night was supposed to happen before everything that happened on last week’s Arrow, as Arrow’s finale tomorrow picks up right where last episode ended and it starts with Barry returning that favor.

          • Leah says:

            But that doesn’t make sense, either. If Arrow is a week ahead of schedule, then that means they meant to reveal Oliver’s act on Flash before they did on Arrow? And when would Oliver have gotten friendly enough with Ray Palmer to acquire nanites? This whole thing is just off. Arcs on both shows are falling short of their intended impact in order to service this crossover.

    • Carla Krae says:

      Shows film out of order. Multiple writers are working on scripts at the same time (each has 2 weeks to write a draft). And then the network sometimes puts a hiatus where there shouldn’t be so two linked shows no longer line up.

  11. kath says:

    It was an okay episode but it felt kind of pointless to me. I much preferred it when Wells was quietly menacing in his wheelchair. Both The Flash and Arrow suffer when the point of an episode is to set up the new spin-off.
    Sorry show, I still ship Iris/Eddie because it’s an adult relationship. iris/Barry just reminds me of a couple of pre-teens on a date.
    The fight scene of Arrow vs slowed down Reverse Flash shure was pretty.

    • starship says:

      This didn’t have much to do with the spin-off, if anything it was laying the groundwork for The Rogues finally coming together and working against The Flash in season 2.

  12. abz says:

    That battle at the end was pretty awesome, however, aside from that I wasn’t crazy about the episode. Why must they insist in bring back Snart all the time? I’m not that familiar with Wentworth Miller’s previous work (I think I’ve only seen him once when he guest starred on House), but I can’t stand him in this role. I don’t know if the character is supposed to be like that and talk like that in the comics, but I hate his acting. It’s just not good at all. Maybe I’d like the character more if they had chosen a different actor. The episode would have been way better without him…Also, the whole meta-human transfer was just really poorly done. They gassed them but didn’t think to give them a sedative that would last more than just the 45 minutes or however long it took them to get to the plane? Why was Cisco so concerned about having a licensed driver for that truck? (Barry was already going to make sure they had a clear path). They actually thought it was a good idea to have one of the bad guys in charge of the truck carrying the meta-humans? Just too many poor decisions. Barry deleting all of Snart’s files and history before Snart actually did anything? (If he was so insistent on using Snart, delete half the files at the start and then half when the job was finished). After the huge betrayal by Wells, how can he still be so trusting?

    • Meena says:

      Agreed. The writing was just dumb and lazy in this episode. Nothing made sense. I also agree with you about Wentworth Miller. I loved him in Prison Break but I’m just not enjoying him here. I’m not familiar with the comics, so I don’t know either if that’s how Captain Cold is supposed to act, but I really don’t like it. He’s such a boring villain, please stop bringing him back.

  13. bradyn hertel says:

    What about saying that Ferris airlines test pilot ( most likely one hal jordon) dissapeared

  14. Lynn says:

    The episode before the season finale is not the time to have a back door pilot which was basically what this episode was, just a set up for the new series. I found the episode boring until Wells shows up at the end and Barry just looked stupid trusting Snard. That on top of the episode where he let him go in the first place, come on writers you’re usually better then this. I hope they don’t kill off Wells or he goes back home. He really is a good villain, certainly better then Snard. What is up with the way Wenthworth Miller talks when he plays this character. It’s kind of slow or something and it’s annoying. I don’t think I’ll be watching the new show. All those characters are unlikeable and who wants to watch that.

  15. ScottJ says:

    I don’t care how the episode fits in with the Arrow timeline. Comic book crossovers never paid much attention to series continuity, so why should the TV shows. We already know that Flash and Arrow are out of sync, so its enough that Oliver was there. There’s zero point trying to analyze it beyond that.

    • brenna says:

      I agree. It’s just fun to see the crossovers. The last fight scene was great and I really love the friendship with Barry and Oliver. It adds something to both shows to me.

    • Leah says:

      THIS! Thank you! The only thing that bothered me was that a slowed down Wells held his own fighting against Oliver – the Heir to the Demon can’t deliver a knockout punch to this dude? :)

  16. m3rcnate says:

    Yet again Barry runs (chasing Wells) in regular clothes and shoes and we dont see them light on fire from the friction and the shoes melt. Jeez The Flash writers…please stick to the laws of your universe that you yourselves establish please.
    Yet again someone (both Iris and Snart) walks right into STAR labs without an alarm going off or a screen popping up a motion sensor camera displaying live footage or anything…STUPID.
    The constant Ferris Air easter eggs (especially “one of their test pilots went missing” is really cool, but i think ultimately empty and therefore not as cool. The odds that DC allows Hal Jordan/Green Lantern on any of this shows or even his own are extremely low. It would be a VERY expensive show to shoot with all the flying and CGI for the rings constructs, and the movie universe hasn’t even cast and correctly put a Green Lantern in a movie yet.
    Overall, a really fun episode.

  17. Lex says:

    I really don’t like the *destined to be together* trope – I’d rather actively choose to be with someone I love than passively let fate make it happen. Team Eddie now, maybe?

    • herman1959 says:

      Iris said the exact same thing, but Eddie said no. Sorry, Iris and Eddie is over, let it go.

      • kath says:

        That’s the problem with sticking to comic canon. Iris will end up with Barry but it will always be inferior to the relationship she had with Eddie or me.

  18. Briggs says:

    There was so much awesome about this episode, but I’ll save my lengthy post for Arrow, as I’m sure I’ll have a lot to talk about. :) I have one over-riding thought, and it should be no surprise to regular Flash commentors:
    *folds arms* Lisa Snart, you stay away from my Cisco! *stamps foot* You leave my baby alone! You hear me!?! Leave him alone!
    Can’t wait for next week. :)

    • tyranthraxus says:

      You do know they only flirt with Cisco so that Cisco makes them stuff right?

      • Briggs says:

        Why do you think I said it? :)

        • tyranthraxus says:

          hah… youd think he would have worked it out by now.

          ‘I need you to make a new Super Collider. This one is too small!’

          ‘What do you need it for?’

          (Shows a bit of leg/cleavage)

          ‘Sure, I can do it. And it will operate 4X better than the old one!’

          (Mission accomplished!)

          • Briggs says:

            Oh, don’t sell Cisco short. He already had a thing for both Black Canary and Golden Glider before they asked him for things. He’s yet to make something based on simply seeing cleavage.

      • brenna says:

        Oh no… I think she really likes Cisco! Who wouldn’t love someone who’s so smart and funny? What’s not to love?

  19. rk535 says:

    Great episode. Good set up for finale next week.

    Hope to see Liam McIntyre back in future episodes. he rocks! Would have freaked out if weather wizard had ended up on Lian Yu with Slade (Manu Bennett) #spartacusreunion

  20. msemmyjones says:

    For me this episode was only okay. I definitely liked parts of it, but I felt we spent way too much time with the metas and Captain Cold, and then took down Wells – the big bad of the season – as a quick little after thought. I mean really, that was it? That was the big showdown? I felt like it would have been much better if the episode was all about the attempt to take Wells down. As it stands, it just didn’t have much impact for me since there was really no lead up and it was over in minutes. Hopefully next weeks finale will make up for it.

    Not to mention, can someone please explain how Ra’s just let Oliver take a trip down to Central City? I can’t really see him like “Oh, no big deal, brah. Feel free to leave your new wife, who I’m trying to force you to impregnate, as soon as you marry her. And nope, I totally won’t check in on those friends of yours to make sure they’re really dead. Nope.” And I know some people are trying to explain this away by saying it took place a few episodes earlier in the Arrow timeline, like when Oliver returned to Star City to take down Nyssa, but that’s just as stupid. Because then he was still early in trying to earn Ra’s’ trust in his transformation to Al sah Him. He’s not going to blow his cover and risk his whole city for Barry Allen’s revenge. Not to mention, that’s a crappy and confusing thing to put your viewers through – switching up timelines now when in the earlier crossovers they matched up.

  21. Hal Jordan ferris Air pilot missing also the Green lantern that was awesome and the reverse flash Ring

  22. Sara says:

    I’m glad they captured him but I’m kinda afraid what’s coming next on the last episode.

  23. Marc says:

    No mention of the Green Lantern Easter egg?

  24. mike says:

    What’s the timeline here? Did Ollie zip back from Nanda to help? or is it before he left? I already figured out that Barry saves everyone from the gas.

  25. GhostWolf says:

    It was just okay for me. They promoted the heck out of it being this big confrontation between Wells and the trio which was only the last few minutes of the show and could have easily been cut out. The whole sequence just didn’t mesh with the overall episode and seemed to be just added in as an afterthought.

    As for Eddie, not sure where they are going to take him next season. Iris grates at times continuing to refuse to accept the fact she belongs with Barry and Eddie is just a placeholder (even Eddie knows this).

    Don’t get me started with Snart. Less ham would be appreciated along with his counterpoint Heat (he wasn’t in the episode but it still applies). Tone it down already.

    It seems we alternate between a WOW episode then an okay episode. This has been the case for several weeks now.

    Anyhoo, looking forward to next week’s finale and Flashpoint going into play for season two.

    • msemmyjones says:

      Here’s the thing though. Iris may have feelings for Barry, but they don’t negate the love she has for Eddie, nor does it negate the life she’s been building with him. She’s chosen to try to set those feelings aside to concentrate on Eddie. But Eddie’s breaking up with her because some crazy person from the future says that she ends up marrying Barry. We’ve seen on the show that one small thing can change the future (I can’t remember which one, but something happened and Wells freaked out that the newspaper had changed), so Iris isn’t wrong in trying to convince Eddie that she gets to decide her own future, not Wells. If I were Iris, I’d be pissed as hell at this situation. And let’s be real, she doesn’t “belong” to anyone.

  26. NarcolepticNinja says:

    Uh..much as the idea of Diggle secretly being Stewart might excite people, think about it for a sec: “Ferris Air shut down after the loss of one of it’s test pilots.” Diggle is neither a pilot (lots of his background has been detailed about his being a grunt), or is he lost. Retconning all of the history established in the first three seasons for Diggle would be a bad move on CW’s part, and I really can’t see it happening just to get people’s pants to twist a little tighter.

    I’m definitely hoping to see GL pop up at some stage, and I’d be equally happy with Jordan or Stewart, but I’m sure if they do manage it, they’ll find someone who doesn’t need to be shoehorned in.

    • Drew says:

      Diggle being John Stewart wouldn’t require a retcon… Hal Jordan is the test pilot. They would need to introduce Jordan and then eventually move into John Stewart. If they chose to do that.

      • NarcolepticNinja says:

        Yes, you’re right, my bad. Got my GL’s mixed up.

        Still, I personally don’t like the idea of Diggle being Stewart, as I think it would detract from him being the moral compass of Team Arrow.

  27. herman1959 says:

    I really enjoyed this episode, although I have to admit that Barry’s reasoning for asking Snart for help (and giving him what he asked for before the job was done) was a little “iffy”. I also liked the three heroes against The Reverse Flash, and I don’t think the fight sequence was too short. People are complaining about it only being 5 minutes long, but 5 minutes is a lot of screen time. Anyway, there will be more opportunities for The Flash to deal with his reverse – Wells is not dead!

  28. The Kaibosh says:

    Timeline sync issues between the two shows is as close as these shows get to resembling real comics.

  29. Sarah T says:

    Tonight’s episode was just okay. It did feel a little over stuffed and I thought it was kind of dumb on Barry’s part to ask Snart for help (seriously, that just seemed stupid. He’s a CRIMINAL.). Though I did like the fact that when Barry went to talk to Snart at the bar, Foreigner’s “Cold as Ice” was playing in the background. ;) I thought the fight scene between wells, Arrow, Firestorm and the Flash seemed rushed and could’ve been better.

  30. Luis says:

    One good goal for next season – synching up the show’s timelines so you aren’t scratching your head thinking, “How can Oliver be in Central City when . . .?” Given that the CW will have a third D.C. show next year and the potential for a crossover with “Supergirl,” the potential for head-dizzying timeline questions boggles the mind

    • Briggs says:

      Aside from CBS quashing any idea for a crossover, the CW *is* what screwed up the syncing this year. Hopefully, they learn from the mistake.

      • Luis says:

        The idea of a cross-network crossover always seemed to be somewhat wishful thinking.

        • Briggs says:

          Yeah, but the success of the other two shows made it more of an option. Which would have been awesome, but it’s not happening.

  31. Datya says:

    Matt, didn’t Weather Wizard bring down the plane? We don’t see that Cold double-crossed them until the end of the fight…

  32. jj says:

    That was just stupid. Why didn’t cisco just build another cold gun. Why do they have to ask Snart for help? It’s not like he got super power. He is the most annoying character on the show. Hopefully with the spinoff he won’t appear on Flash anymore.

  33. Tom says:

    Can we get a petition to get Robbie Amell on the new spinoff? Like why wasn’t he announced already to be a part of the team? #FreeFirestorm

  34. Datya says:

    One more timeline issue (I know its getting old): If we are saying that Oliver popped over to Central City to help Barry while he was in Starling for Nyssa, shouldn’t Lyla have been a little busy being kidnapped and unable to arrange the plane from ARGUS?

  35. Laurie Emerson says:

    I liked Cold as Ice by Journey playing in the background when Barry and Snart were talking.