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As an audience, we've come to understand how an episode of The Flash works, and the result is that we can see and appreciate the variation on the show's typical Freak of the Week A-plot; here, it was employed to pay off one of the show's serialized elements. Caitlin's is the the most obvious since she was engaged to Ronnie, but Cisco had the guilt of locking Ronnie in the accelerator tunnel and Harrison carried the weight of letting down one of his favored employees (not to mention getting another employee seemingly killed).
There was no other bad guy distracting us or the characters from solving the riddle of Martin and Ronnie. So finding Ronnie became not only a mission of love for Caitlin, but a way to assuage feelings of guilt in Harrison and Cisco. M., I suspect that the quantum splicer did its job, and we'll see to see that emotional pay off I was expecting.
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Certainly the episode found a nice level once it was clear that Martin was going to go nuclear if he wasn't killed, and Caitlin not being at all keen on the idea of essentially losing Ronnie twice, not when she was so close to maybe getting him back. Since this was really the first part of a two-parter, though, and Eiling is on his way to claim F. On the other hand, the backbending needed to give this plot some conflict kind of undermined a lot of the fun.Two unpopular teenagers, Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly, fail at all attempts to be accepted by their peers.Their desperation to be liked leads them to "create" a woman via their computer.– Barry vibrating while making out with Linda was amusing, and perhaps gave weight to Cisco and Caitlin's fears. – "I know you don’t want to hurt anyone else so if you could just not... – Joe hand-waved it away, but I'm still flummoxed that the Central City PD didn't test that blood back when Nora was killed.– "Perhaps I'm now a light beer man." "There are worse things to be." "You mean like a living nuclear bomb?