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While The Flash Season 5 Episode 20 wasn't exactly captivating in its storytelling, it did provide some interesting and imperative character moments for the members of Team Flash.
"Shecada" is infinitely better than what we've been calling her. Besides, dude's come a long way since we met him last season, and I'll always be here to watch Caitlin Snow get riled up enough to call anyone an idiot.
They're either setting up a redemption arc for Future Thawne, or he's just back to his old tricks and trying to mess with the Allen family in a new and twisted way. Whatever it is, though -- I am so there for it.
The Flash family drama continues in "Gone Rogue." If you thought Nora...was upset before, just wait until you see what she can do when she's really angry
It's a largely enjoyable outing that brings together some B-list...villains who probably couldn't sustain another hour of the show as solo acts.
This week's episode is a pretty solid example of how the show has successfully remixed season 1 ideas to create something new and interesting.
The Flash makes strong use of its ensemble cast of villains, but the momentum isn't there as the season finale nears.
The plot wavers between plain boring and straight up nonsensical. Ostensibly, the idea of Nora embracing her dark side thanks to the Negative Speed Force is intriguing, if only because it gives Jessica Parker Kennedy some new material to work with.
While this season has generally been pretty good, despite the least effective big bad in series history, it's an example of all the little weaknesses catching up to the show.