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Paste Pot Pete 
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Subj: Re: Flash Ep "Untouchable"
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 at 08:11:15 pm GMT (Viewed 6 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Flash Ep "Untouchable"
Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 at 06:17:02 pm GMT (Viewed 705 times)

    Haters gonna hate, I guess.

    The difference was the villain was actually the focus of the story and the stakes felt high. Rather than the last couple of eps where everything is about the drama of the week and the villain seems like an afterthought.

    I complain constantly that Caitlyn has nothing to do and has no story arcs. So I'm thrilled that she has a character arc this year and I agree with Cajun that she is so hot. Barry you're an idiot for being hung up on Iris and letting Caitlyn slip by.

They've just never went there with them. I think in season 1 I imagined by season 3 Barry would be in a love triangle with Caitlyn and Iris. I think the writers know if they pair Barry up with Caitlyn they'll never be able to pry them apart and pair him back with Iris.

    I don't think Wells and Jessie should have been gone for more than a couple episodes. And HR should have only lasted that long.

I can't tell if HR is growing on me or not. Sometimes he annoys me but sometimes he gets in a good line. I'm in wait and see mode on his character. I expect there's a twist coming. That said I enjoyed Wells-2 a lot and enjoy his dynamic with Cisco immensely.

I'm kind of hoping we get a plot where HR takes the place of the real Harrison Wells before Reverse Flash kills him and the real one comes to the present. But maybe that's overly convoluted. I'd still like Barry and the gang to meet the real Harrison. We get variations of him and imposters but never the real him.

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