Focusing on the healing factor and how they solved some problems, The Flash it brought back two great villains, or rather, a villain from Earth-1 and a retired Earth-2… Plus, it was time to bring Joe back.
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The episode itself did not have great moments, except for one scene or another that was very cool, as they focused on the cure created by Cisco and decided to test it on a metahuman who no longer wanted to be a goal: Rei Tubarão. But not Earth-1, but Earth-2, with the right to even have a romance.
Gorilla Grodd took advantage of the situation to take King Shark’s crown for himself, which boosted his mental waves to be more human than shark. Lyla and ARGUS participate, as Gorilla Grodd flees the ARGUS facility in a loophole that had and kept him focused, but with the cell open, waiting for the right time to act.
Nora and Barry are easily taken down by Grodd, and they need the help of King Shark, who needs to return to his shark form after a time as a human. Grodd is then defeated with the help of the 3 goals.
The episode’s only learning is from Barry, who until then wanted to force healing on all metahuman villains, and Cisco and Caitlin scolds him, but he learns that he must offer and see who will want to return to his normal life. The stupid thing is that he wants to offer Cicada, since the villain wants to kill goals, not fail to be one.
Iris is traumatized and concerned that Cicada knows who she is, her family, where she works, and Joe returns to bring her peace and to show that she is stronger than she imagines.
AND The Flash that was it … The series goes well without salt, with plots that don’t fit, I hope it will have a better rhythm in the next episodes.