Post by AntiArbitrator on May 12, 2019 10:23:38 GMT -5
That was the first time I saw Joe be fully overwhelmed. He had recently gone through a traumatic event and went away to learn to cope with it. Then he had to deal with that mob scene before he was ready. Prior to that, I think he would have handled it well.
Nora's red lighting was described as a manifestation of anger/rage. They eventually realized that it was Cicada II's rage seeping through Nora.
I would like to have spent five minutes seeing the effect on the people left in the station.
Cicada's dagger was keeping Thawne under control. He sent Nora back in time to destroy the dagger; therefore, it would disappear in his timeline. Nice to know.
Post by AntiArbitrator on May 15, 2019 14:16:10 GMT -5
I enjoyed the episode and they closed some story lines. Nora tried very hard to do everything she could to prevent her father from vanishing in 2024. I know she was manipulated by Thawne but I never felt any emotional attachment to her character.
They eliminated Cicada, but it might not be the result they wanted. In the final scene, the clock counted backwards to 2019, but the newspaper headline still showed Flash vanishing.
Farewell to French Wells, but hello to Reverse Flash.
Without the burden of being Vibe, I hope Cisco will be humorous again.
I am glad Dibney returned to normal.
Congratulations to Captain West. I laughed at Barry's reaction when Singh called him Flash.
I didn't understand why Nora disappeared. All this timeline changing is confusing. I know Michael J. Fox faded in the movie where he went back in time to when his parents met. But Thawne was erased from existence and yet here he is.
I watched what happened at the end but it didn't make sense to me. I was hoping the headline would disappear.
I'll take your word for it that Cicada is gone.
Joe isn't ready to be captain. The captain didn't see how he reacted last week.
I was worried about Dibney but everything got fixed.