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Random Musings: Déjà vu all over again: fallout from the recent time travel in The Flash.

In last week’s episode of The Flash, “Out of Time”, Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) discovered that his employer and mentor, Dr. Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh), was Eobard Thawne, the Reverse Flash, the man who’d killed Nora Allen 14 years earlier. 926 more words

The Flash: Rogue Time

This episode begins as Barry travels back in time to the day Mardon attacked the morgue. We see Barry speaking at the morgue with his future knowledge, and completing people’s sentences at S.T.A.R. 681 more words

Television

The Flash: "Rogue Time"

It’s quite the leap for The Flash to devote the followup to one of the most jampacked episodes ever with another Rogue installment, the events of the previous episode completely wiped out and replaced by a relatively run of the mill episode. 839 more words

Barry Allen

Patty Spivot's Over/Under Reaction to the Future Flash

Patty Spivot received a new life with DC ComicsNew 52. Part of the gimmickry with the New 52 was to add a bit of “will they or won’t they?” to their titles by separating old romantic couples in the DC universe and replacing them with others. 509 more words

Comics

Series Issues: The Flash 1x16 - But here's what really happened

Spoilers and major deja vu coming your way.

The Flash 1×16: Rogue Time is a bit of a painful, but necessary episode. Yes, we get Cisco back. 1,128 more words

Series Issues

Nanners Reviews - Flash: Rogue Time

Editor’s Note: I just noticed that last week’s review may have been accidentally erased. Not sure how but it is what it is :/ 

In the same vein as the last episode of Arrow I watched, I figured it might be more entertaining to review the last episode of Flash as I watch it, so that’s exactly how I’m going to review the latest episode. 1,266 more words

Television Reviews

The Flash - "Rogue Time" Review

Everything bad that happened last week has been erased. Barry went back in time and can fix things. For Barry it feels like deja vu, but he makes it known in front of the last person who should know. 532 more words

Television