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The results of that investigation, and the episode's ambiguous ending scene, has left The Flash in a state of uncertainty -- one that could end up rocking it to its very core.
More issues with Cicada and everything surrounding her bog down this episode and pull us faster into a finale that feels like just another episode.
Cicada simply isn't a rich or compelling enough character to bring Season 5 to a proper conclusion. The one saving grace of this penultimate chapter is that she may not have to.
After going rogue last week, Nora looks to be fully back in Team Flash and more trusted than ever. It'll be interesting what they do with Nora at season's end.
While the table-setting was rather obvious, the hour contained some entertaining and compelling moments, especially when it came to Joe and Ralph.
You can tell that "The Girl with the Red Lightning" is building up to something big, and it both opens and closes with intrigue. But the rest is a snooze fest.
The episode is better at delivering emotional beats than airtight storytelling, although a certain amount of confusion may have been a desired effect.
In a season that has certainly tried to do too much, "The Girl With the Red Lightning" feels like the most overstuffed hour of the season.