Well nothing to do with there deaths except forgetting to read the mission dossier which would have identified the target and most likely saved 3 lives and a mountain climb.
Which, for our younger viewers, is likely another nice tongue-in-cheek reference to David McCallum's time doing this: http://assets.nydailynews.com/...
Bringing Frozen to this was interesting. I wonder though if they actually "let it go" again?
that was fun
This is a show that would be vastly improved if Backstrom was abruptly murdered in the next episode. They can even spend the rest of the season trying to track down his killer. Then they'll go out to have a drink and reminisce about what an asshole he was.
The rogues are supposed to be over the top. Wells is from the future, and yes he's evil but he also needs Barry b/c without the flash, there could be no reverse flash. The only thing that doesn't make sense is if Dr. Wells created the lightning that gave Barry his powers, why not just use it on himself. No need for the flash at all.
I'm a huge fan of Prison Break and especially Wentworth Miller. I actually, and I believe this was purposeful, saw like shades of their Prison Break characters turned up to 11. Like in Prison Break there is this underlying theme that Sara brings up to Michael once and there are just glimmers of his smile here and there when he is doing something clever, that if Michael wasn't at core a hero, he would really enjoy the rush. Linc was a big galoot but had the sense of responsibility of his little brother (even if he sort of sucked at it). I imagine when they return, Cold will be a bit more like he was the first time around because his sister will present a different dynamic to the trio (and I have to think her introduction means Cold becomes like one of those bad guys who sometimes helps the hero out). I am not sure we should believe him, but I think Wells actually thinks he is doing good with Barry and challenging him to be better both as Wells and as the Reverse Flash and that he probably has a rationalization for killing Nora. Like, what if Barry takes a super dark path and tries to go back and removing himself from the equation and Wells is trying to stop him and Nora just got caught.
A rather weak episode with some chuckles still for the first 3 episodes of the new season a good start
Although I don't disagree that Gabe should have won for his whole body of work, the fact remains, we never saw who the judges voted for on the last challenge. A bit fishy to me.
The only understanding Rhonda & Andre have is to get power & influence any way possible. Power turns them on & excites them as much as love. Defining it as an "open marriage" feels small somehow. Their marriage is a union made for ruthless ambition, & they love each other for it. Having sex with other people is just a tool to them. It's not based on attraction or pleasure. It's how they get things done. It's work. The reviewer asked if Lucious has enough power to get away with murder. I was under the impression that Bunkie wasn't the first person Lucious gunned down. After all, he was a drug dealer & had a territory. That doesn't happen unless you're willing to do some brutal things.
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