Joyeful

Meh - it's an adaptation so canon can be played with. Besides, in the New 52, Barry doesn't marry Iris. And since they're going with the time-travelling Barry here (and probably the Flashpoint series to influence it), that's not an unlikely outcome. Also, Wally West is Iris' nephew and isn't genetically related to Barry.

Joyeful

Awesome, awesome review, Carissa. I loved this episode! I love the development that adult Barry was the one who was in that room. Was older Barry the one that saved younger Barry? (Time travel makes my head hurt). Now that we're getting more into the time travel part of it, I hope we get a few more glimpses into what Harrison Wells is about.
I thought it was interesting that Cisco decided to run the sample based on Wells' apparent decision that the two people in Firestorm needed to be sacrificed to save the city. Harrison, at that moment (from their perspective), was a man out of options, not a cold-blooded killer. I'm not sure if I like that Cisco was that easily swayed. I really like Barry and Linda. As for Iris...I've tried to like her. I've really tried. But I'm officially done with her. Oooh - also..."Flame On?!" Really guys? How "Marvelous". :-D

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HAHAHA - so I did! :-D

Joyeful

Great review. I didn't watch Glee so I had never heard Grant Gustin sing before. I'm pretty sure I'm in love.

Joyeful

It must be in the contract. Sasha Roiz must have at least 2 shirtless scenes each season. Doesn't matter how he gets there, as long as the shirt comes off.

Joyeful

It's been a while so I'm not sure I remember correctly, but wasn't there a little more to it than just ingesting Nick's blood? Didn't they have to concoct some sort of spell or potion for him to drink as well?

Joyeful

Agreed! Also happy we got a little shirtless rage (well, not so much rage, but shirtlessness). Good grief, that man.

Joyeful

I thought she was gonna blow his head up! I was relieved it was only the car!

Joyeful

I agree wholeheartedly with this review. Who would have ever thought that we'd get to the point on Grimm where the Juliette storyline would be more interesting than everything else going on? :)

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What they're doing with Quentin really, really bugs me. It was one thing to keep avoiding telling him the truth, but this just took it to another level that makes me really uncomfortable. What's actually gonna kill him when he finds out is not that she's dead but that everyone's been lying to him about it for months.