- "Cynthia wasn't the person I ended up with, but I think she taught me how to be the person I needed to be for when the right person came along, and for that, I will never forget her."
- —Cisco Ramon on Cynthia's death.
"Kiss Kiss Breach Breach" is the fifth episode of the sixth season of , and the one-hundred-nineteenth episode overall. It aired on November 5, 2019. This episode is also the fifth in a subset of the sixth season episodes the writers dubbed as "Blood and Truth."
|Cisco's faith in his ability to fill Barry's shoes as Team Leader is upended when he learns of a shocking murder. Meanwhile, Killer Frost trusts no one except herself to hunt down the dangerous Ramsey Rosso.|
The scene opens with Cisco being captured by specialists at STAR Labs. Twelve hours sooner, Barry and Iris leave on a pre-Crisis get-away, and trust Cisco to look out for the lab. Cisco uncovers that he repeated Barry's mentality and dynamic into man-made brainpower, which he's named "BARI".
Cisco attempts to rest, yet unexpectedly awakens and nearly removes his hair. Kamilla reveals to him that he's been sleepwalking, undoubtedly from being exhausted. He nearly discloses to Kamilla he adores her, however clumsily bungles out of it. They attempt to rest, however unexpectedly Breacher shows up, and discloses to Cisco that Gypsy has passed on. He clarifies that Gypsy was chasing down a subtle programmer named Echo before her demise, and requests Cisco to support him. He discovers that Cisco is not, at this point a metahuman and inquires as to whether he's experiencing "break psychosis", which could clarify the dreams he's been getting. Cisco and Kamilla choose to go to the wrongdoing scene, where Earth-19's Collector operators are exploring. An operator drives Cisco over to where Gypsy's body was - directly before it was disintegrated.
Cisco and Kamilla are advised to return home however decline to surrender. Cisco designs a bit of innovation that can give the area of the homicide weapon by activating recollections of her. Cisco sits in the machine, and he and Breacher clasp hands as they have a dream of Gypsy's passing. They at that point make sense of the killer - Cisco. Breacher goes up against Cisco, who proposes that he unintentionally dedicated the homicide under break psychosis. Breacher comprehends that Cisco wasn't in his correct brain when he submitted the homicide yet at the same time allows him an hour to get his issues all together and turn himself in.
Kamilla contends that Cisco is reluctant to settle on any choices for himself and that he needs to confide in his own instinct. Cisco at that point understands that somebody inadvertently coded his innovation to trigger break psychosis in him.
Cisco gets captured by the Collectors, however abandons a holocube that will come clean with Breacher. An operator endeavors to put binds on Cisco, however understands that he's only a projection of himself. The genuine Cisco appears, locking Breacher and the specialists inside as he goes to find Echo. He does - and finds that it's a doppelganger of himself. Cisco blames Echo for planting the firearm at STAR Labs, and hacking his innovation so as to trigger the break psychosis. Reverberation admits to it, and uncovers that he has practical experience in manufacturing and hacking characters across various universes. He at that point confesses to slaughtering Gypsy, and both of them start to battle. Reverberation gets the high ground and endeavors to slaughter Cisco, however Cisco hacked the weapon to trigger a power field around him. The Collectors at that point show up and capture Echo.
Breacher apologizes for questioning Cisco, and welcomes him and Kamilla to Gypsy's commemoration. He at that point breaks home, and Cisco at long last discloses to Kamilla that he adores her.
Barry and Iris get back, and Cisco uncovers that he disposed of the BARI. Barry and Iris apologize to Cisco for what befell Gypsy, and he contends that Gypsy trained him to be the individual he should have been.
Ralph and Frost endeavor to find Ramsey's whereabouts, yet have various thoughts of how to do as such. Caitlin at last tracks Ramsey down to his mother's lab. Ramsey contends that he's controlled his forces and outfit the capacity of eternality, yet Caitlin turns him down. She contends that Ramsey simply needs to have confidence in himself, however he grasps Caitlin by her neck and lifts her off her feet. Refusing to listen to her, Ramsey drops her and leaves.
Joe finds Nash to the passages underground. Nash makes the passage collapse on itself, causing them both to be trapped. Nash attempts to impact the rubble away, however his laser unintentionally sucks practically the entirety of the oxygen out of the air. Joe blames Nash for being excessively obstinate and not putting stock in anything. Joe at last discloses to Nash that he saw The Monitor. Ralph out of nowhere shows up and protects them both. Group Flash approaches Nash what he was searching for in the passages, and reveals to them that he has figured out how to spare Barry from "Emergency". And the episode ends once again as a cliffhanger.
- Grant Gustin as Barry Allen
- Candice Patton as Iris West-Allen
- Danielle Panabaker as Dr. Caitlin Snow/Frost
- Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon and Cisco Ramon/Echo
- Hartley Sawyer as Ralph Dibny/Elongated Man
- Danielle Nicolet (credit only)
- Tom Cavanagh as Dr. Nash Wells
- Jesse L. Martin as Captain Joe West
- Sendhil Ramamurthy as Dr. Ramsey Rosso
- Victoria Park as Kamilla Hwang
- Matt Ellis as Zak Zeal
- Danny Trejo as Josh/Breacher
- The episode's title is a reference to the 2005 film Kiss Kiss Bang Bang which in-turn was partially adapted from the novel Bodies Are Where You Find Them.
- This is the third episode in the series in which Grant Gustin (Barry Allen) doesn't have a lead role, the first two being "" and "", who focused on Nora West-Allen.
- Cisco's middle name is revealed to be Baracus, a reference to the character B.A. Baracus from the television series The A-Team.
- Ralph also says "I love it when a plan comes together", John "Hannibal" Smith's catchphrase from the series.
- This episode introduces Cisco's Earth-19 doppelgänger.
- According to Josh, Breach Psychosis' symptoms are quite similar to being drunk.
- Cisco mentions Wreck-It Ralph.
- Despite being credited, Danielle Nicolet does not appear in this episode.
- Josh admits to seeing Cisco as a son, which is similar to what Thawne said before killing him in a now erased timeline in "".
- Cisco mentions how it's the second time that Josh has appeared in his bedroom, the first time being in the season 4 episode, "".
- According to Josh, all of Cisco's other living doppelgängers are meek "pencil pushers" without Earth-1 Cisco's courage. Either he doesn't know about Reverb, or ignores that version of Cisco due to Reverb being dead.
- All the Ciscos so far have sound-related aliases.
- Echo's monologue with Cisco mirrors the one Reverb gave in "".
- Just like Reverb, Echo looks down Cisco for not using his abilities selfishly.
- Unlike either of them, Echo is not a meta. He mentions needing to "boot up" his ride out of Earth-1.
- Early in the episode, Ralph uses the word, "fathwoom", making this the first episode to do so. "Fathwoom" is a term used on set to describe the moment Barry runs in or out of a room. This is similar to the term "zoop", which was later used in the show for the first time in "".
- When Cisco tells Breacher "If we want this to work, we have to make physical contact." Breacher holds Cisco's hand with a glove. Though this may not be a goof, but rather simple contact between vibers is all that's necessary
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