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"Paradox" proves to be an effective continuation of course correction from last season's woes as the rules of Barry's world are locked in.
Can we have less narratives of heroes desiring normalcy and more heroes enjoying their powers?
I thought "Paradox" was a far stronger episode that was filled with character beats that really hit home the gravity of Barry's situation.
"I made a big mistake." At least Barry admits it right off the bat, although he might well be speaking for a creative team attempting to course-correct.
Captain Singh is back. *Shrugs*
In general, this episode offered up a solid dose of drama. Cisco's arc in particular was moving, as we've rarely seen him in such a depressed, morose state.
Wonderful and full of emotion.
Did a solid job of addressing many of the lingering questions from the season premiere.
While "Flashpoint" only lasted one episode, the divided Team Flash thankfully only lasted one episode as well.
It's a brave move, to establish to both hero and audience that this altered new world is permanent, that Barry can't whoosh his way out of this mess of his own making.
Paradox was an important step for The Flash as he finally learned that life as a superhero can't include do-overs.