NOC Recaps The Flash: Sibling Roguery

My recap of this week’s episode of The Flash “Out of Time” a.k.a. EDIT > UNDO.

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Barry runs so fast that he literally runs through time and back “a day and some change,” specifically into the beginning of last week’s episode. To recap, he’s ran into a time before [SPOILER ALERT] Weather Wizard 2.0 kidnapped Joe in revenge, before Captain Singh was hospitalized/paralyzed, before the WestAllen kiss, before a tsunami threatened Central City, and before Wells vibrated his fist through Cisco’s chest.

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NOC Recaps The Flash: Sibling Roguery

NOC Recaps The Flash: The Wizard Returns

Too many things happened on Tuesday night’s episode of The Flash, so this recap is basically group therapy. If I could go BACK IN TIME, I’d remember to mention all of the beautiful interracial couples of the episode.
But please read/comment/sharet my recap for The Nerds of Color!

Thanks!

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This recap of The Flash is going to be a little different because 1.) too many things happened that I’m not sure actually happened because I may have been buzzed from green St. Patrick’s Day beer and 2.) I’m much more interested in the events that reference the established history within the show and how those things might be undone in the future. You know, because — SPOILER ALERT — Barry Allen freaking ran into the past. He ran right through time, y’all.

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NOC Recaps The Flash: The Wizard Returns

NOC Recaps The Flash: Great Scott! It’s FlashStorm

Here’s my recap of this week’s The Flash aka The adventures of Marty McFlash and Doc Stein. And Firestorm.

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The “Fallout” episode of The Flash speeds on where we left off last week: Snowbarry zooming away from the mushroom cloud that is Ronnie Raymond and Martin Stein. Yes, it’s a mushroom cloud and, yes, it looks, really bad, but there’s no radiation according to Cisco and Wells via the comms. It’s all good! The last-minute Quantum Splicer worked.

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NOC Recaps The Flash: Great Scott! It’s FlashStorm

NOC Recaps The Flash: Too Hot (Hot Damn)

My hot recap of this week’s The Flash/Firestorm episode. Call the police and the fireman.

I snuck in some Snowbarry gifs. I couldn’t help myself.

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This week’s episode of The Flash, “The Nuclear Man,” heats up with both the Firestorm storyline and Barry Allen’s love life. This show is too hot, hot damn. We take a break from our usual villain wreaking havoc on Central City and delve into some of the overarching mysteries set up during the first half of the season: F.I.R.E.S.T.O.R.M, Nora Allen’s murder, and what happens when The Flash get sexually excited?

Don’t believe me? Just watch1.

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NOC Recaps The Flash: Too Hot (Hot Damn)

NOC Recaps The Flash: Peek-A-Boo(b)

This week’s NOC recap of The Flash​ in which I describe superhero Barry Allen as “too sexy beautiful. Everyone wants a taste.”

Believe me, I toned down both my love for SnowBarry and my hate for the Pied Piper. It may not show, but I did.

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“Crazy For You” opens in an upside-down car with two “ohmygod”-ing teenagers strapped down (up?) and trapped while electrical wires zap around, signaling to us that they are in trouble. It’s very Smallville/CSI/Teen Horror Movie, but I accept it; The Flash has always had a trope-ier tone anyways. Our hero zips in just as a powerline ignites the car’s leaked gas and creates a LITERAL RING OF FIRE around the inverted vehicle. Shit goes down real fast, but our man in red is even faster. The car bursts into flames like Ronnie Raymond, but Barry has already rescued the remaining victim. And the Central City Fire Department is all, “Okay we can take it from here, I think.”

But the two car crash victims embrace and turn to Barry. “Thank you… Flash.”

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NOC Recaps The Flash: Peek-A-Boo(b)

NOC Recaps The Flash: Nerds Rule, Bullies (of Steel) Drool

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I’m going to start by straight up saying that The Flash might end up being my favorite hour-long show on television. Not right now, but some day. This series has so many strengths only six episodes in: a solid feel for its characters (I was a little bit worried about Iris at the beginning, but now she’s getting her spine), a consistently-propelled character arc for the title hero, and continuously impressive (Gorgeous! Beautiful! Mindblowing!) CGI’ed action-sequences perfectly worthy of the art of the comics.

Also, I would like to note that this episode was directed by Millicent Shelton. YAY WOC + SUPERHEROES!

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NOC Recaps The Flash: Nerds Rule, Bullies (of Steel) Drool