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Weird sibling romance aside, "The New Rogues" provides a welcome return to camp and the comeback of fan favorite Wentworth Miller.
It's emotional without being dour, fun without sacrificing character development, all while pushing the story in bold new directions.
I can't say it enough: It felt so good to have Wentworth Miller on The Flash again. I hope the show finds another clever way to bring him back.
It's the most giddily entertaining hour of the series in ages: light on its feet and overflowing with humor, adventure, and Silver Age goofiness.
Sure, the season is still young, but I'm willing to bet "The New Rogues" stays a highlight for this year.
The extremely awkward love triangle adventures that include a father, his daughter, and adopted son. Yup. S*** gets weird in New Rogues.
The costume designs were a nice touch, even if I wanted to reach into the TV and scream at Scudder to put some damned socks on.
It will always be a little odd that The Flash chose to introduce Barry to the woman he was destined to fall in love with, by having her be his "adoptive" sister.
This is a fun little direction to go, but c'mon, would they really just welcome a stranger from another world onto the team in the span of a few hours?
That said, do we really need Earth-19 Wells? It's a bit much.
Season 3 has returned to us a likable hero in Barry Allen, and that's made all the difference only four episodes into the season.