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The introduction of a terrifying new villain spells trouble for Central City -- and hopefully a worthy big bad to sustain the season.
Coming down from the high point of the premiere and a really innocuous villain plot for episode 2 and even Nora seems to have lost a lot of her dialogue and enthusiasm since week 1.
Despite a minor storyline issue, the episode itself was a strong follow up that didn't veer too far off course in its attempts to be fun.
Season 5 of The Flash continues to run with the momentum that last week's premiere kick-started, balancing the laughs with some serious drama in the form of new Big Bad, Cicada.
After "rewinding" a bit to show us exactly what Cicada did to Gridlock at the close of the premiere...this week's episode spent much of its time exploring the Barry/Nora dynamic.
As always, the season is starting off strong with some compelling story arcs for individual characters and for the team as a whole.
If Season 5 can make Cicada more interesting than villains of the recent past, and fast, the series might be onto something. In the meantime, more XS would help.
The episode hits some familiar beats along the way, but it goes down easily enough thanks to cast chemistry and some laughs along the way.
The combination in tone really works.
Boy, was that one scary face. Chris Klein is going to kill this role.
The Flash wasted no time introducing it's new big bad, after a fleeting tease at the end of the season premiere. The team is now fully aware of Cicada -- and he certainly looks like a formidable new villain.