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"Monster" may be light on action, but Tom Cavanagh provides a refreshing comedic punch.
I like this. I like this as much as I like the idea that Gladiator is called Sweaty Men on Earth-19, and as much as I like Iris on the ground during a monster attack, trying to help in a very practical way.
The Flash went from luke warm shower last week to a straight up tundra ice bath episode this week.
This week's Flash didn't offer much in terms of action, spectacle or a compelling villain. But it did deliver plenty of great character interaction.
The plot works rather well, giving Caitlin some interesting motivation for what could grow into a something of a villainous turn.
As long as Cavanagh is there, the show is better. No matter who he's playing.
Felt very much like Season 1.
I can't deny that Cavanagh's turn as H.R. provided most of tonight's best moments.
I would totally be fine with the show killing off Julian or transferring him to some other city.
The Julian-Barry stuff was a highlight of the episode and I hope the show continues building this dynamic.
The new Harry, or "H.R." for short, is Tom Cavanagh's fourth iteration of the character... and he's a ridiculous joy.
With a timely reprieve from multiple speedsters and Dr. Alchemy scheming, Monster was a refreshingly simple episode of The Flash.