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Despite some lackluster writing and predictable twists, The Flash delivers an overall enjoyable episode that reveals chilling new details about the Snow family in "The Icicle Cometh."
I can't grade this too highly as there wasn't much I liked, I'm sorry Caitlin, you deserve better.
Much needed development for Caitlin/Killer Frost. But it would have served the story if the side plots for the episode were placed elsewhere throughout the season.
A rough episode for The Flash. It was basically a snoozer paying off one of the season's most underwhelming subplots.
It set up a new villain rather effectively, it brought back an old alley and it was all presented in a greatly frosty way.
All the build-up was a letdown, especially as a Killer Frost fanatic.
"The Icicle Cometh" is a solid C+ level episode for The Flash. There's not a lot to write home about, but there's plenty to smile about with just enough progression to not make it all a waste.
Although The Flash Season 5 Episode 6 was a little slower paced than the previous few, it had no shortages of twists and turns. All of which paid off in full.
Caitlin gets some necessary backstory in "The Icicle Cometh," but clunky writing and predictable twists leave us cold.
After being at odds most of the season, it really is great to see Iris and Nora bonding.
I really liked the Barry-Cisco-Caitlin team up. They are the OG heroes and we don't get to see them team up much anymore.