The Flash 3.16 Review - "Into The Speed Force"

The Flash 3.16 Review -

The Flash 3.16 Review - "Into The Speed Force"

"He thinks it's what he deserves, to spend the rest of eternity in the Speed Force", he went on to say. Iris has some great dialogue on this, which culminates with her saying she wants to be Barry's wife. With a great use of some of the more favourable past characters (Captain Cold FTW), "Into The Speed Force" offered once more a great continuation of this season's core arc and addressed some of the more vital features within this season. The episode also sees Jesse depart for Earth-3 to defend that world while Jay Garrick remains trapped in the Speed Force while Wally is out of commission dealing with the brutal torture of what he faced when imprisoned. Gustin told the outlet, "The Speed Force takes a little bit more of an aggressive approach with Barry just because of choices that have been made since the end of season 2 leading up to where we're at now".

After reminding Barry of the life the real Eddie could've had if he lived, "Eddie" asks Barry if saving Wally is the only reason he entered the speed force. Now Barry is going looking for him.

The Flash has been putting together some really nice episodes lately, and it's been important to teach Barry such a serious lesson in order for him to develop as a hero.

Then Lenoard Snart shows up for Barry's nightmare despite Barry trying to trade places for Wally's Hell but then his Dad appears. That's right! There will only be one way for Barry and Kara to save themselves - singing and dancing. "So it's a pretty different Speed Force experience than past year". But once Barry is in there, this journey functions as a "This Is Your Life, The Flash".

"So the question in that episode becomes: Is Barry going to sacrifice himself for Wally, and how are they going to get Wally out?" It's yet another reminder of all of the people who have been forced to pay the price for Barry's mistakes. Instead, "Into the Speed Force" had an unlikely and unexpected hero in HR. Clearly outmatched, Jesse and H.R. realize that the metal may be the only thing that can harm Savitar and she uses it to stab the villain which wounds him as he runs off. This would imply that Savitar is one of the major players this season, as no-one but Team Flash knew exactly where Jesse went and how she battled Savitar.

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H.R. (Tom Cavanagh) is shown declaring the speed force to be a "crazy place" and soon we glimpse Barry fighting the ghosts he's previously encountered on The Flash Season 3 and earlier seasons. And it's Jesse who discovers that Savitar has a weakness. Jesse also insists on going but once again Barry tells her to stay behind to keep the city safe in his absence. Will Barry be able to locate Kid Flash and find a way for them both to return to Central City?

The Flash has always been a show that falls back and forth on what it wants to accomplish and quite often feels like it's retreading on a lot of former plots.

Barry will also meet familiar faces from the past.

Yeah, Barry is just the worst. Love conquers all Barry. A rift between the power couple grew as Iris broke off the engagement.

This would be finally hammered home by the surprise return of Jay Garrick (John Wesley Shipp) as he served once more as the wise, fatherly figure that Barry has been missing since his real father was taken from him. I like all the online theories that underneath all that goopy armor-now revealed to be a man, baby, by Jesse Quick-is future Barry himself (or maybe Wally).

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