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Caitlin Snow takes a conflicted detour down the path of villainy in a moving installment that is given an extra kick of comic book pep by guest director Kevin Smith.
The action is amazing, thanks to the emotional weight that's behind each sequence. Kevin Smith is obviously a director suited for the series.
Overall, this was a strong episode, and the cast definitely nailed the most important and emotional beats.
Team Flash is getting crowded, but as long as the emotional truth of the character relationships is as sound as it was this week, it should be in good shape.
I liked the straightforwardness of Julian's little speech to Barry when he demands Barry's resignation in exchange for protecting Caitlin; from where he's standing, Barry looks like an irresponsible mess.
Cant lie, the call back to the dependent on each other line was kind of adorable.
The other standout scene was the final confrontation between Barry and Caitlin, with Barry daring her to kill him. It was an intensely dramatic moment that really put Caitlin's fragile moral compass to the test.
Caitlin's descent into villainy didn't last of course, but it was certainly fun to watch.
Guest director Kevin Smith does an excellent job of finally giving Caitlin a meaty story to dig into.
Man, I love HR. I love how much everyone else doesn't love him.