“The Flash” Season 7 Episode 1 & 2 Review

Arrowverse is maintaining its speed and popularity by delivering a new episode for all the television series it has under its belt that are up and running in thier normal weekly release fashion. Currently we have Batwoman, Black Lightning and The Flash airing their episodes with Superman & Lois on a hiatus. Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow are awaiting their release dates.







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Arrowverse is maintaining its speed and popularity by delivering a new episode for all the television series it has under its belt that is up and running in their normal weekly release fashion. Currently, we have Batwoman, Black Lightning, and The Flash airing their episodes with Superman & Lois on a hiatus. Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow are awaiting their release dates.

The Flash premiered 2 weeks ago and now we have 2 brand new episodes of season 7 that should have been a part of season 6. Let us take a look at a review of both of the episodes.

 

Episode 1: Team Flash is worried about how to get Barry’s speed back and meanwhile mirror master was out there causing chaos and destruction. Singh, Iris, and Camilla are still trying to figure out a way out of the mirror world but nothing seems to be working no matter how much they kept pressing upon. Team Flash comes up with a way that Wells won’t approve because it may require his death in order to regain the Flash’s speed. The team thinks hard and when it becomes the only option as there was a plane about to crash with a bomb on board the city, Wells steps up to sacrifice himself for the entire city. The energy atoms from Wells get transferred to Barry that allows him to regain his speed up just in time to run back and diffuse the bomb.

Episode 2: The second episode witnesses Barry’s speed giving him a side effect of SuperSpeed thinking that allows him to predict or assume the future possibility of the actions giving him a lead on every single thing. The team shifts its focus back to saving the ones trapped in the mirror world but Barry comes up with a plan of himself that he already anticipated of just saving Iris because the others don’t have the strength to survive the transfer of the field.







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