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I just saw this Twitter post, and despite the divisive viewpoints on thIs topic of Hartley's situation, I can't help but share it...
Forgive me for saying, I can't say I'm not touched by this one.
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Out of the blue, rewatching the first few episodes of the Flash season 1, and imagine my surprise, that is if everyone missed it. Taking place in 1x02 "Fastest Man Alive" near the beginning, interestingly enough after the 1x01 Pilot ending with Wells/Thawne looking at the Crisis newspaper.
Wells: Not to sound like a broken record, Mr. Allen...I do caution restraint.
Barry: Dr. Wells...I doubt restraint is how you got to be the man you are today.
Wells: In a wheelchair and a pariah. Lack of restraint is what made me these things. Know your limits.
Could just be a throwaway line And Wells/Thawne just used the word "pariah" in this scene but there is the interesting feel of foreshadowing (albeit unintended), in that we do later see the Crisis comic character Pariah through Harrison "Nash" Wells. And being a Flash fanboy, I'm sure Eobard Thawne knew every history or every multiversal event, including a Crisis with Wells/Pariah...even though it happens now vs then.
Coincidence? I think not! Ok, probably. Anywho, let me know your thoughts on the Wells/Pariah topic. Comment below!
For Arrow it was the series finale, obviously.
For Flash it was ep7, Last Temptation pt. 1. I love a good dream sequence and Ramsey was at his best in this episode. The scene where he fights over Barry with the Speed Force was fantastic.
For Supergirl it was also ep7, Tremors. The one where Kara and Lena fight Rama Khan in the Fortress. This was the point in the season where I was most excited about what was to come, before it lost all its momentum. The scene where Lena reveals her knowledge of Kara’s identity was brilliant.
As for Legends it’s definitely the TV episode. Easily the most ridiculous episode of the season but it also explored the characters’ fears and desires in an interesting way.
Black Lightning, I’d say the finale. This one’s tricky because I find it hard to differentiate between episodes of this show in my memory but I think it was my favourite finale this year besides Arrow.
Lastly, my favourite Batwoman episode was ep16, the one where Kate and Alice try to break Mouse out of Arkham. We got lots of great Kate/Alice scenes and I like the way they subverted the ‘someone gets betrayed and locked up trope’. I was 90% sure Alice would betray Kate.
If you remember Eric Wallace said the Ramsey segment was called Blood and Truth. Did we ever get a name for the post-crisis segment?
Been researching season 6 so I got a second viewing, but I gotta ask. Does everyone truly believe Grodd is redeemed (or reformed?), or is it more likely a temporary truce...maybe a ruse especially with Grodd's "father" hanging around as negative tacyhons? I want to believe it's temporary, but then we've had villain of the week Grodd for 5 of 6 seasons. Maybe they're done with bad Grodd?
Am I thinking too much into this? Comment below!
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No offense but the coronavirus save season 6 of the flash because the writer didn’t know where the story was going they needed to stop and rethink