It looks very interesting! And, by the looks of it, there's a constant undertone of not taking themselves seriously. So, the humor of it all is what makes this show fresh. It's not all angst. It's bubblegum pink with a healthy dose of horror (albeit cheesy!) But this might just be the medicine for all the teen angst(TVD, PLL) or adult angst (Game of thrones, Outlander) happening on TV right now. I heard a whole lot of good things about Ryan Murphy. Haven't watched Glee(too musical-y for me) or American Horror story(too gruesome!). This might be just the show to get me introduced to these makers. Plus, the cast here. Phenomenal! Can't wait for the show!
The cast looks good. will tune in
if Bethenny thinks everyone is so stupid and beneath her; why is she back on the show? So over Bethenny. Used to be a fan, not so much anymore.
She needs the attention. Not a good image for her "brand", I wouldn't buy anything she's selling.
I thoroughly enjoyed this finale. It was a satisfying destination for its season 1 journey, yet left enough suspense for its more than anticipated second season, which is a huge credit to the writers. Just a big rollercoaster filled with fun, tons of emotion and suspense. Best parts of this show for me have always been the moments with Barry/Joe and Barry/his Father because it really has brought out the heart in the show. Grant Gustin has worked his tail off and has delivered on so many levels with this character. I really like your point about Thawne being erased from history and how it pretty much means his victims get to come back, including Barry's mom. I hadn't even though about that until you brought it up but it's is an excellent point. I hope the writers touch on that, in some way at least. Cavanaugh has been nothing short of fantastic the entire season and I'm looking forward to him returning. Admittedly, I wasn't a fan of Eddie throughout most of the season but he kind of grew on me towards the end. I think his death may bring Iris and Barry closer and somewhat apart at the same time in terms of Iris feeling some sort of guilt perhaps. Of course I could be wrong but it's just a guess. Either way season 2 is going to be a thrill and I can't wait.
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The beauty of this show is that they didn't cave into the Iris/Barry shippers. Who knows where they will go? This was a very great finale since we have no idea where they will go on this. And Grant Gustin has really made this show!
I think you give the shippers more attention by not shutting up about them even when you notice there are none in the comments. You hate the shippers but you too have to get attention by mentioning them. Its like the people who say they hate the Kardashians but they can't seem to stop talking about them.
Its always gonna be Barry/Iris though
Yeah that's pretty much a given. No matter how many guys get between them. Bart Allen has to exist at some point. :)
So can some one tell me what really happened at the end.
I think what the writers are going w/ is: when Eddie killed himself & wiped Eobard Thawne out of the space-time continuum, it created a "Temporal Paradox" that manifested in the form of that black hole that popped up over Central City.
Thanx mike....but I dont like the way it ended .....will they just begging season two with Barry saving the day, or another flash coming to help?(in respect to Jay Garricks helmet) u saw that right?
Yeah, that kinda blew my mind. It was an easter egg in the new "Legends Of Tomorrow" trailer, also.
Whatever explanation is given you can be assured that it will be every bit as stupid as the original screenplay..............
I wasn't expecting Eddie to shoot himself but that was a smart move. I'm curious as to what the implications of that will be plus the wormhole deal. As for Ronnie being in season 2 i think it will be only as an occasional guest star since Firestorm is supposed to be in the Legends of Tomorrow (and yes the Flash will make an appearance based on the show's preview). Speaking of Legends of Tomorrow, I like that they showed Hawkgirl at the end of this episode.
Robbie Amell isn't a regular on Legends of Tomorrow, just Victor Garber's character. So he'll probably be recurring on it.
That's been icking my mind for a while now. How can one half of Firestorm be a ruglar in LOT and the other not?
Oliver gave Malcolm Merlyn the Ra's ring because that was part of their deal -- Malcolm would help him defeat Ra's in exchange for ruling the League. It was there in their last scene in the loft. "Carissa: Starling City would have been destroyed after all citizens were evacuated to Coast City " Evacuating the million or so people from Starling City is less realistic than anything the show actually did, including Barry's moment. They couldn't get people to leave New Orleans during Katrina, they wouldn't been able to evacuate Starling City in less than a week, maybe not at all. I can buy magical Lazarus Pits and time travel but I can't accept something that is against human nature. Also, I watch for Oliver/Diggle/Felicity so Oliver spending season 4 with Nyssa would have lost this viewer. There was a lot wrong with this season, from Sara having to die so Laurel could become the Black Canary, to the idiocy of Oliver protecting Malcolm Merlyn from the League who wanted him for his crimes in the Undertaking, to doing an origin story for Ray so that they could get their new spin-off. Hopefully the new show will take over setting up new costumes and masks and Arrow can get back to doing what it does best, being about Oliver and the Oliver/Diggle/Felicity team. I like that Thea has become part of the team but I hate that the path to it was about taking away her agency, first by Malcolm, then Oliver who decided to sacrifice himself for her without telling her about Malcolm and then told her about MM and forced Thea to take him in when he was wounded, and finally by Roy who made the decision for her that he wasn't going to take her with him. Hopefully Diggle will treat her better. I still think losing Sara so Laurel can become the Black Canary was a huge mistake. Laurel will always be better as a lawyer than a second rate vigilante. Maybe Felicity can finally stop telling Laurel how wonderful she is now. I think Ray and Felicity have a much better relationship now that Felicity is not having to prop I don't understand the love for Ray/Felicity. He lied to her from the first time he sought her out, he kept lying to her about his acquisition of QC and of the mine, about when his suit and told her he didn't care what her opinions were after previously pulling her in by telling her he did. Finally he signed over the company to her without telling her or asking her if she wanted it. In terms of disregarding her feelings and opinions, he's worse than Oliver. It feels like every time I read one of the round tables, you're saying that you like Felicity but you hate what she had to do in this episode. How can you like Felicity if you never like what she does?
Brennan has always love herself and no one else we have seen it for how many years now the woman clearly doesn't know how to be a wife or a mother. At this point if I was Booth I would be wondering if it even worth being with her.
Kate didn't fit
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