Stein and Iris?
Snart and Iris?
@Chamath Jayashanka Because New Zari is much more than just her social media persona, and John sees that. Having "chemistry" means that the actors playing the characters create believable sexual/romantic tension between the characters through the way they interact. Zari and Nate's interactions during Season 4 often felt wooden and dull.
It is understandable, given the trauma Barry went through, but it is definitively a selfish action, no matter what way you swing it.
William is the best future character.
He mentions it in Episode 2 of Season 7, he flirts with Keven Dale during Star City 2040, He comes out to Oliver in Present Tense.
I really hope Hartley becomes a member of Team Flash (replace Hartley with Hartley). Also, I thought William was great representation, he was incredibly relatable, I just think the only problem is that we haven't gotten more of him.
While Barry is great individually, he's not a tactical leader. He's great at accounting for himself, but not as much for other people. Sara's been running a chaotic gay disaster team for years, she knows what she's doing.
Yes, chaotic gay villains are amazing (Snart, Pied Piper).
Here's the thing about LBGT men. The demographic of the CW Arrowverse is generally teenage boys, and that demographic tends to be more accepting of lesbians than any other form of LGBT character (for obvious teenage boy reasons). However, this is also a terrible way of thinking, and more male LGBT representation is sorely needed.
Mick, because he doesn't really get plots anymore.
@Arrowverse lover331 You not wanting Zari and John to be together doesn't mean they're not together. They have repeatedly made out at this point (and maybe more, we don't know). They have better chemistry than Nate and Zari ever had.
Sara should lead. That was her arc during Crisis, and Barry deferred to her through much of Part 5.
She is a seperate personality from Caitlin co-existing in their body.
She hasn't been conscious for most of Caitlin's life. Her immature state indicates she either experiences time slower, matures slower or has just existed for a very short amount of time.
Barry caused the death of Cisco's brother. While he didn't intend it, it happened as a direct result of his actions, and he was aware of the possibility of something like that happening before he made the decision. We in the legal community like to call that Manslaughter.
Well she hasn't lived much life yet, personality-wise she's still incredibly young.
So Cisco has the right to be mad at Barry for curing King Shark, but not for killing his brother? Aight.