The Flash brought in these two episodes a temporary farewell to Rosso, but it did put Barry in a state of self-knowledge and a certain farewell Crisis in the Infinite Lands, but it was kind of unsalted.
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Rosso had everything to be a more interesting villain, but it was just a crazy doctor who thought he was a hero and wanted to spread parts of himself as a cure for everyone. They could have gone the other way at that time, but they were superficial because they were focusing on the mega event.
At least they drew a parallel in the end to the fact that they both lost their mothers and show how choices can affect decisions.
Barry and Iris had their farewell, but first he showed that he will always be by her side, and she also made it clear that she will be strong for them, in addition to knowing every thought of her husband.
I liked Cisco getting stronger and thinking faster, even in the face of some loss. While Nevasca and Caitlin finally got along, but I still miss a more villainous tone for her, even though it has great good times.
Cecile walks her own path, and I like the way they are using Allegra and even Kamille, who are more active and not just figuratively in the scenes.
Who always grows up is Joe and his fatherly side, always wanting to protect everyone.
The Flash now it is ahead of the antimatter cloud and we can only wait for the Crisis to kill this anxiety. And in the end they repeated the scene of Nash Wells entering the Monitor’s secret chamber to become an Outcast.