Wednesday, March 22, 2023

The Flash Season 9, Episode 6: The Good, The Bad And The Lucky

This week on The Flash, we get a dreaded filler episode, as the series inexplicably focuses on the various side characters nobody cares about, instead of the ostensible star.

For a couple years now I've considered Season 7's execrable Mother as the all-time worst episode of the entire series. Sadly there's a new contender in town, as The Good, The Bad And The Lucky gives that dumpster fire a run for the title.

In addition to being a filler, this is one of the series' dreaded "Flash Lite" episodes, designed to give star Grant Gustin a bit of time off during filming. That's fine for a normal season, but this one's only about half the normal length.

It's incomprehensible that the producers would completely waste an episode this way in the show's final season, when every single minute counts.

This is all the more mystifying when you realize showrunner Eric Wallace originally had epic plans for the show's future. In a recent interview with Nerds Of Color, Wallace said:

"I had originally had a two year plan for the series for Seasons 9 and 10. And it culminated with this incredible 200th episode, a spectacular, wonderful emotional event that was meant to happen. That was before we got the news that this is going to be our last season. That was going to be a Season 9 was only I found myself in position going, 'Wow, I have a whole bunch of story for 40 episodes!' that I’m now going to cram into 13."

What are the absolute most important things to get out in Season 9? What things do we owe story wise? What character things do we have to pay off?

From day one as we see in our season premiere. It’s very, very Barry and Iris centered. That’s a model that we’ll be following for the majority of this year.

My original concept was to have at least one— if not a two parter— that wrapped up Legends of Tomorrow. And you know, there will be a little crossover we get them back, we get them out of time jail, all these good things, Booster Gold, etc, etc. When we found out we only have 13 episodes, that was no longer possible. We barely have enough time to wrap up things with Barry and Iris’ upcoming family let alone who is Danielle Panabaker playing now, so there wasn’t enough time. So unfortunately, we’re not going to be able to wrap up the Legends storyline which I know is very disappointing to the fans. It’s disappointing to me. But we just don’t have the bandwidth."

So Wallace was very obviously aware he had a limited amount of time to wrap up the series— and then he took one of the final ever episodes and flushed it completely down the crapper.

At this point I gotta believe the guy is just trolling the fans now...

I have to admit I was so bored by this episode that I actually went out in the kitchen and started washing dishes, just listening to it in the background. And you KNOW I gotta be bored before I willingly do that chore!

This episode almost feels like a backdoor pilot for a Cecile series that's never, ever gonna happen. Even The CW isn't that desperate.


The "Plot:"
We start with Becky Sharpe, aka Hazard, telling us all about the recent events of her life. Thanks to her good luck powers, she met a man named Dom, fell in love and got engaged. Then suddenly her powers changed, causing her to constantly have bad luck. 

Her misfortune reaches its peak when she comes home and finds Dom unconscious and bleeding on the floor— just as the police storm in. She's arrested for assault and realizes she needs needs to lawyer up. We then see she's been telling this tale of woe to Captain Kramer.

Cut to Cecile, who's on the phone with Joe. Now that he and Jenna have moved out of Central City, Cecile only gets to see them on the weekends (!). She tells Joe she's taking the train to wherever they live that night, in order to cook her special birthday breakfast for Jenna the next morning.

Just then Kramer calls Cecile, tells her about Becky and says she has a feeling she's innocent. She wants Cecile to take her case.

Over at STAR Labs, Barry & Iris are heading to Coast City for some R & R. Yep, it's the annual "Grant Gustin and Candice Patton Need A Week Off Episode." In fact the two of them can't wait to run offstage and out of this week's show. 

Allegra mentions she's having trouble with the hot water in her apartment, and Chester offers to come over and fix it. She thanks him and the two then embrace, making the rest of the characters nauseous. Chillblaine points out that Khione somehow healed his injuries and revived him last week, and wants to find out just what her powers are. Chester agrees to help out with that as well.

Cecile meets with Becky, agrees that she's innocent and takes her case. She's in a hurry to catch her train though, and says she'll start looking into the situation on Monday. Just then Kramer enters and says forensics just found the assault weapon— one of Becky's broken heels. Cecile realizes the case just got more complicated, and she's gonna miss her train.

Cecile, Allegra accompany Becky to her apartment to search it for anything "the police may have missed." How Cecile got Becky released into her custody is anyone's guess. Allegra finds a poker chip, and they ask if Becky's returned to her old casino job. She says no, but admits that Dom's brother-in-law Tony liked to gamble.

The three go to question Tony, who says the chip belonged to Dom. Apparently he had a secret gambling addiction he kept from Becky
, and owed a ton of debt to the mob. Tony says Dom regularly gambled at a secret casino night held once a month at O'Shaughnessy's Pub.

Cecile and the others then check out the Pub. While there, two huge thugs appear and try to abduct Becky. Cecile tries using her telekinesis to knock 'em across the room, but it fizzles out— apparently short circuited by Becky's bad luck powers. Allegra manages to send the thugs running with a UV blast.

Back at STAR, Chillblaine & Chester test Khione to find out what powers she has— if any. For some reason Chillblaine's convinced she has ice powers just like Frost's. She tries firing off an ice blast but nothing happens, causing Chillblaine to get upset and dash out of the Lab like a tween girl.

Back at Cecile's office, she realizes she missed her train, ruining the big birthday breakfast. She tells Allegra she wishes she'd never taken the case, just as Becky walks in and overhears. Becky apologizes, saying her bad luck is not only destroying her life, but the lives of everyone around her.

Just then the two thugs reappear and grab Becky. Allegra tries to blast them, but one of the thugs holds up a technobabble device that reflects her attack. Cecile's telekinesis backfires again as well, and the thugs get away with Becky.

Back at STAR, Chester says he'll examine the device the thugs used against Allegra. Chillblaine apologizes to Khione, but still thinks she has some sort of cold powers. She denies this, but as she does so it starts snowing inside the Lab (?).

Allegra tells Cecile she knows she's been sleeping in her office, and asks why. Cecile says she can't stand being in her empty house now, and regrets agreeing to let Joe & Jenna move away (which serves her right). She says she's afraid Jenna will think of her as a distant relative rather than a mother. Allegra gives her a Patented The CW Pep Talk®, telling her she's a great mother no matter how much distance is between her and her child. Jaysis.

Chester discovers the thug's device uses dark matter to reverse powers, explaining why Allegra's blast backfired on her. Cecile wonders if a similar device is affecting Becky. She 
remembers that Tony helped Dom pick out Becky's engagement ring, and somehow figures out it contains dark matter that's affecting her powers.

Cecile has Chester illegally hack into Tony's bank account, and they see HE'S actually the gambler, and is in serious debt to the mob. They realize he cooked up an elaborate plan to reverse Becky's powers to make him lucky and win a ton of money at the casino night, all so he can pay off his debts. Everybody got all that?

Cut to O'Shaughnessy's Casino Night, where Tony's forcing Becky to be his blackjack dealer, while one of the thugs holds a gun on her to make sure she goes through with it. Thanks to her engagement ring, she consistently loses as the dealer, while Tony wins each game.

He easily wins enough to pay off his debts, but greedily keeps going. He admits to Becky that Dom tried to stop his plan, forcing him to attack his own brother and frame his future sister-in-law.

Cecile and Allegra arrive at the Pub, where they try to head upstairs to stop Tony. They're grabbed by the other thug, who tells them both to sit quietly. Chester overhears this on the comms, and engineers a city wide power outage (another one?) as a distraction. The second the lights go out the Pub erupts into chaos, as gamblers grab as many chips as possible in the darkness and flee.

Allegra kicks the thug in the nuts, and she and Cecile run upstairs. Cecile's powers finally work, as she telekinetically yoinks Becky's ring off her finger. Instantly her powers are reversed, causing the thug's gun to explode in his face when he tries to shoot Cecile. Tony tries to escape, but thanks to Becky's powers he falls down the stairs and knocks himself out.

Cecile calls Kramer & tells her to come down to the Pub and pick up Tony and the others. Becky's presumably cleared of all charges, and finds out Dom's out of his coma and is gonna be OK.

At the West house (or is it the Horton house now?), Cecile tells the others that her powers were glitching earlier not because of Becky, but because she was feeling guilty about letting Joe & Jenna leave. She says her powers returned after Allegra's little pep talk. Oy.

Cecile then asks Allegra to move in with her, saying she has plenty of room and her hot water works. Allegra accepts for some reason.

A week later, Team Flash breaks into Barry & Iris' Loft and decorates it. The happy couple return home, where they're confronted with a surprise baby shower.

Later at STAR, Chester analyzes the data he collected after running tests on Khione. He's surprised to find out she's not a meta after all. I fact she's 
missing fifty five of fifty six common biometric signatures... meaning she's not a human either.

• Not a nitpick, but an observation: In the "Previously On The Flash" recap, we see Barry and Iris (with her heavy duty blaster) fighting Boomerang 2.0. I naturally assumed that meant he— and the rest of the Bad Rogues— would be returning this week, since they seemingly vanished without a trace in the previous episode.


Not only does Boomerang 2.0 not show up, there's not even a mention of him or any of the other Rogues. So why the hell was he in the recap? Was he originally in the episode and got cut out?

• "Somehow, Becky Returned."

This episode begins with a montage of Becky Sharpe (aka Hazard), narrating what she's been up to the past few years. Which is interesting, since she was killed by The Thinker back in Season 4's True Colors

Becky explains this lucky break by saying she was brought back to life thanks to the Crisis On Infinite Earths, when the universe was destroyed and ultimately rebooted.

As stupid and convenient as that is, it's not the issue here. The problem is that Becky knows about any of this at all. According to the Crisis miniseries, the only people who remember it happening were the seven Paragons (and a few close associates they shared it with).

The Becky who was killed by The Thinker no longer exists, and the version seen here never died in the first place.

Once again, it's starting to look like the writers have never seen the show or don't understand it.

• During her montage, Becky admires her new gown outside of Sonrisa's Bridal Boutique. The internet informs me that Sonrisa means "smile" in Spanish.

• Becky comes home from work and finds her fiancĂ© Dom lying on the floor in a pool of blood, seemingly in a coma.

Forget coma— based on the alarming amount of blood leaking out of the back of his head there, he oughta be dead!

• As I mentioned in the intro, this is one of the show's infamous "Flash-Lite" episodes— one in which the titular character appears for just a few seconds. 

They've been doing this for a few years now, in order to give Grant Gustin a much-needed break. Filming twenty four episodes in a season is understandably a grind, and because he's in virtually every scene it makes sense he'd need a break.

But this isn't a normal season— it's a truncated, thirteen episode one. Is he really so burned out after shooting just five shows that he needs a vacation already?

This is also the FINAL season of the series. As such the producers should be utilizing every episode to its fullest, to wrap up the various storylines and give all the characters a proper and satisfying sendoff. 

Instead they give us a dreary, pointless filler featuring Cecile & Allegra trying to prove the innocence of a character who's been dead for five years. 

It's utterly baffling to me why they'd completely waste one of the last ever episodes on such nonsense. They could have easily used this episode to flesh out the Red Death Saga a bit, giving that story room to breathe and keep it from feeling so rushed and choppy. But no, seeing Cecile & Allegra stand in a room and talk for forty two minutes is good too.

Sometimes I just don't know about this show.

There were numerous better ways they could have handled this situation. It's clear that Gustin and Patton weren't actually present at any point during this week's shoot, as they probably filmed their two brief scenes in the previous episode.

They could have easily taken the time to shoot a few more scenes during that episode and spliced 'em into this one. That way we could have had a storyline in which Barry's captured by an evil meta and held hostage. Then Team Flash could have spent the episode trying to rescue him. That way the characters would be talking about him all through the show, giving the audience the impression he was in it way more than he was.

An even better idea— schedule some time to shoot an extra ten minutes during the previous five episodes. The producers would then end up with an entire sixth episode starring Barry— and we wouldn't have had to endure this week's complete waste of time.

See, guys? It's not that hard! If a schlub like me from Indiana can figure it out, surely professional Hollywood writers oughta be able to!

• So Barry & Iris show up this week just long enough to announce they're leaving town on vacation. In fact they practically flee the set, as if they can't exit this episode fast enough.

I guess that means neither one of them had any interest in going to Jenna's fifth birthday party the next day. You know, Jenna, the child who's literally Iris' half sister and Barry's foster aunt/lil' sis? Way to support your family, guys!

• Becky's charged with the attempted murder of Dom. Cecile says the evidence against her is all circumstantial, and everything should be fine. Kramer says not so fast, as forensics just found the alleged weapon— Becky's blood-soaked stiletto heel.

So... how was she supposed to have used this on Dom? Club him in the head with the shoe and knock him into a coma? Becky doesn't seem anywhere near strong enough for that. Maybe we're meant to think she stabbed him in the back of the head with the heel? That would account for the puddle of blood he was lying in, but... surely that wouldn't put his lights out instantly. I'm confused.

• Cecile & Allegra search Becky's apartment, to "see if there's anything there that forensics might have missed." A couple things here:

First of all, Becky's there in the apartment with them, so I guess Cecile somehow got her released into her custody?

Secondly, while Cecile & Allegra are snooping around, Becky exits her bathroom and sheepishly tells them, "Sorry about the smell."

Wait, what? Was... was that supposed to be a joke that failed epically, or am I missing something here? Such is the impeccable quality of the writing in this episode.

• Allegra uses her UV vision to scan the apartment for clues. I guess she's OK with Becky knowing she's a meta? Becky's one herself, so maybe it doesn't matter?

• Check out the padded shoulders Allegra rocks in this episode. I thought those went out with powdered wigs!

Her entire outfit this week is downright bizarre, as it looks like she raided the closet of a forty-something divorcee out on the prowl for a new husband. 

• Cecile questions Dom's brother Tony, who reveals his sibling was a notorious gambler. Becky doesn't believe her future husband would hide something like that from her. Tony says, "He was THE gambler. Only thing missing was a roasted chicken."

I think that was supposed to be a joke about Kenny Rogers? Maybe? See, decades ago he had a hit song called The Gambler, and starred in a TV movie of the same name. He also owned a chain of chicken restaurants called Kenny Rogers Roasters. Hence the line about gamblers & chickens.

A long way to go for an obscure and unsuccessful joke!

• Tony tells Cecile that Dom regularly gambled at "a bi-monthly high stakes casino night" held at O'Shaughnessy's Pub. 

Why would anyone arrange such a thing at a dingy little neighborhood dive bar like that, instead of an actual casino (which Central City has)? Because budget, that's why. They couldn't afford to build a casino or go on a costly location shoot, and the O'Shaughnessy's set was already there.

• When the gals investigate O'Shaughnessy's, two thugs appear and grab Becky, holding her hostage. Cecile tries going all Jean Grey on them, but her telekinesis glitches and sputters out.

Allegra's so startled by all this that she apparently forgets she has powers of her own, and watches helplessly.

She does eventually blast the thugs across the room, but only after politely waiting for the ad break to end!

A few seconds later the thugs wake up and take the hapless O'Shaughnessy bartender hostage. They warn Cecile and Allegra not to follow them, or they'll kill their captive. They then throw the bartender on the floor and run out the door. Wait, what?

Yeah, that's not how hostages work! Did anyone proofread this script before filming it?

• Back at STAR, Chester tests Khione for any powers she might have:

Chester: "So I have retrofitted our combat dummy to test for over fifty six different power sets. I'm talking pyrokinesis, telekinesis, technopathy..."

Apparently "technopathy is the ability to control machines with one's mind. I did not know that.

• After being relatively restrained the past two seasons, for some reason Chester reverts to the over the top, slang-littered manner he had in his very first appearance back in Season 6's Into The Void. He even dusts off his old "Yo, Party People!" catchphrase from that era.

Why? I have no idea. Maybe actor Brandon McKnight was doing whatever he could to spice up this dull as dishwater episode.

• In the Lab, Chillblaine tests Khione to find out if she has any hidden powers. For some reason he's convinced she has ice powers like Frost. In fact he goes all Vertigo in this episode, desperately trying to will Khione into becoming his old flame Frost.

His obsession here was pretty well done, and the closest this episode got to actually doing something interesting. Too bad they didn't make this the A-plot.

• Khione tries blasting a dummy with ice powers as part of the test. At one point she holds out her hand and shouts, "Ice blast activate," and "Go, ice, go," hoping something will happen.

This was clearly a nod to Peter Parker testing his web slinging powers in 2002's Spider-Man.

• At various points in this episode, Khione says:

Khione: (to Barry & Iris when they announce they're going on vacation) "The drive to Coast City's gonna be beautiful this time of year, especially 'cause we're having an early spring."

Khione: (when she sees Chester & Allegra kiss) "You guys are so cute. I'm so happy for you. I'm gonna get you a congratulatory sapling."

Khione: (when Chillblaine believes she has ice powers) "If you say so. Okay. Let's see what fruits I can bear."

Khione: "Did you know that in Utah, there are these rock formations where gorgeous wildflowers grow inside certain canyon walls?"
Chillblaine: "What does that have to do with Frost?"
Khione: "These canyons were eroded over centuries of time by a river that's no longer there. And it left behind this beautiful life so we could all enjoy these beautiful blossoms. Mark, there is more of Frost left behind in you than there ever was in me. I know she's gone, but those memories, they're still there, and they are a beautiful part of what's inside of you. And if you let them, they'll just keep blossoming. Just like those wildflowers."

Get it? DO YOU GET IT? Khione is in tune with nature, and has something to do with plants and plant life! Get it? Eh? EH?

• Khione has a heartfelt chat with Chillblaine, and somehow inadvertently makes it snow inside the Lounge. 

It's supposed to be a beautiful and poetic moment, but it just made me want to change the channel and watch Edward Scissorhands again. Note to producers— don't remind the audience of better things they could be watching instead of your show.

• Grab a snack, because I'm about to go into "Flashrant" here.

Cecile gets so caught up in trying to prove Becky's innocence that she misses her train, and realizes she won't make it to Jenna's big birthday bash by morning. She calls Jenna and tries to apologize, but her daughters heartbroken.

Cecile then regrets her decision to let Joe take Jenna and move out of Central City, as she tells Allegra, "
My daughter is gonna stop thinking of me as her mom and just think of me as some relative who visits on the weekends!"

Why, it's like she finally learned the bitter truth that actions have consequences! 

We're meant to sympathize with Cecile here, but I don't feel the least bit sorry for her. As I said last week, only a monster would have agreed to let her (common law) husband and daughter move away while she stayed behind to play superhero in the big city. 

It's a given that this arrangement will inevitably lead to her and Joe drifting apart, and she'll miss out on dozens of important milestones in Jenna's life. Yet she seems totally blindsided by this revelation. What the f*ck did she think was gonna happen?

This entire scenario was completely preventable, and highlights a problem this show's had for years now. When virtually every single character is some sort of meta, it's tough to come up with a situation that can't be easily resolved with their powers.

For example, Cecile's sad that she stupidly agreed to a long term relationship with her own family. Not a problem! Barry's a speedster, and could zoom her to Joe's new house every evening in two seconds (and back the next morning). Surely he'd be happy to do so for the woman who's technically both his foster mom and mother-in-law?

If he wasn't available, then there's her gal pal Allegra. Back when Nash Wells appeared, he regularly used teleportation smoke bombs of his own invention to instantly pop from place to place. He gifted his supply of them to Allegra before he sacrificed himself, and she's been using 'em for years now. 

These smoke bombs would be an even better solution, as Cecile could just throw one on the floor and be at Joe's place in a second. Same when she needed to return to Central City the next morning. She could even use one to meet Joe for lunch every day if she wanted!

Also, back when Cisco lost his organic vibing powers, he created hi-tech gauntlets that could open up dimensional doorways. Surely he could loan Cecile a pair of his old Vibe gloves so she could be with her family?

There's probably some more tech I'm forgetting about that she could use to quickly traverse the distance. 

Heck, thanks to the pandemic, three years ago we all learned about a little thing called "Work From Home." I would bet a good deal of Cecile's job involves tasks that could easily be done remotely. She'd need to occasionally travel to Central City for court cases, but they wouldn't be an everyday occurrence.

It's abundantly clear there was no reason for her to let her family move away, because there are so many ways around the situation. Of course the characters conveniently forget about all these potential solutions, because the writers need to generate conflict for the sake of drama. Surely there was a better way to go about it though. 

• At STAR Labs, Cecile asks Chester to do something "a little shady" and look up Tony's confidential bank records. A couple things here:

When Chester first sees the records, he utters another of his Black History Month oaths, saying, "Holy Casper Holstein!"

As usual, I'd never heard of the subject of his exclamation. Turns out Holstein was a famous black philanthropist and mobster during the Prohibition Era.

OK, I'm calling bullsh*t on that one. It's one thing when Chester's familiar with famous black scientists and such, as he's one himself and knowledgable about that world. But why the hell would he know about a mobster? Is he really THAT obsessed with any famous figure of color? Even criminals?

Secondly, a few minutes earlier we saw Cecile was going through Dom's bank records. Did she get those through shady means as well? If not, then why was it OK to look at Dom's but not Tony's?

• Check out the big high stakes casino night at O'Shaughnessy's. In particular, note Becky dealing a blackjack game there in the upper right corner in the mezzanine.

Then in this reverse angle we see there's a row of upper windows opposite the mezzanine, located some fifteen or twenty feet above floor level.

Just to refresh your memory, this is the exterior of O'Shaughnessy's. So just where is that upper level located? Whoops!

• So let me see if I understand Tony's plan in this episode, just for my own edification:

— He somehow finds out Becky's a meta with the power to make good luck for herself, but bad luck for everyone around her. How'd he learn this bombshell? Unknown.

— He then gets his hands on a dark matter crystal that reverses meta powers. Where'd he get such a rare and ridiculously specific item? Good question!

— He finds someone to cut the crystal into a gem and mount it onto an engagement ring.

— He then goes ring shopping with his brother Dom, and somehow manipulates him into buying the special dark matter ring for Becky.

— He attacks Dom to get him out of the picture, beating him just enough to put him into a coma but not kill him. He then frames Becky to deflect suspicion away from himself.

— He has Becky abducted, and somehow gets her a job at O'Shaughnessy's casino night.

— Lastly, he somehow makes sure Becky's his blackjack dealer during the casino night. Since the dark matter crystal in her ring reverses her power, she loses every hand while he wins, and he racks up hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Is that it? Did I get it?

Man, talk about convoluted. I wrote it all out and I'm STILL not sure I completely understand it. 

None of this makes any sense, even for a comic book show. For example, why'd he frame Becky for Dom's assault? She almost went to prison for attempted murder, which would have made it kind of hard for her to be his blackjack dealer.

How'd he get Becky a job at the casino night, when she's currently a criminal suspect? I guarantee the casino management would do a background check on potential dealers, and reject any with a police record.

And most importantly, what was his plan after winning all the money? Pay off his mob debts and then take the remainder of his winnings and live out the rest of life in a tropical paradise somewhere?

Plus, if Tony's such a genius that he could rig up an engagement ring that reverses superpowers, surely to Thor he's smart enough to figure out an easier way to earn money.

• Cecile & Allegra arrive at O'Shaughnessy's to look for Becky. They're immediately stopped by one of the thugs, who threatens to kill them. Just then Chester causes a city-wide power outage as a distraction. Several things here:

First off, the instant the power goes out, every gambler in the place grabs an armload of chips and runs out the door. The Pit Boss helplessly throws up his hands, realizing he's just lost hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars.

But why? As in all casinos, there's no actual money changing hands here— just chips. What good's it gonna do for anyone to steal those? Can't pay your rent with casino chips!

Secondly, did it really never occur to the Pit Boss to place guards at the door, to prevent this exact scenario from happening?

• When Becky's forced to be a dealer by Tony, she's dressed in her old casino uniform.

Note that it looks EXACTLY like the one Hazard wore in the Infinity Inc. comic. In fact this may be the most comic-accurate costume on the show to date!

• During all the chaos, Cecile finally gets her groove back and uses her telekinesis to pull Becky's dark matter engagement ring off her finger. With the ring destroyed, Becky's powers now work normally, causing her to have good luck while everyone around her has bad.

Somehow Becky instantly understands this, and dares the thug to shoot her. 

How the hell did she figure out her ring was scrambling her power? Especially since she wasn't around when Cecile & Allegra realized the truth? Because the script says so, that's how.

The thug shoots at Becky, but her power causes his gun to explode in his face. Did... did she just inadvertently kill a guy? At the very least his face was likely erased by flying shrapnel from his gun.

• With Tony and the thugs defeated, we then get the cringiest line in this cringey episode, as the gals toast themselves and Becky quips, "I would say that we are three badass bitches!" Oy.

• This is some more Heavy Duty Nitpicking, but whatever. The next morning at the West home (or is that the Horton home now?), Cecile eats breakfast with Allegra & Chester. 

Jesus Christ, look at that spread! A giant basket of bagels, a tray of fresh fruits, a plate full of croissants and more. There's enough there for ten people. Did she use her TK powers to swipe all that stuff from a local breakfast buffet?

• Barry & Iris deign to make a special cameo appearance in the final seconds of the episode. In all they had a whopping sixty three seconds of screen time this week. In one of the final ever episodes of the entire series.

Yep, that's some bullshit there.

And yes, I measured their screen time with the stopwatch app on my phone.

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