They confront Norvok over the trade and he retaliates with his meta-snake. Seems the whole looking into his heart idea worked for Harry. Far too long have they been distanced because of the chemistry they share, be that as friends or more. Citizens wanting a chance at saving their city. On Tuesday night, The Flash returns for season 4, episode 21, one of its final airings of the 2017-18 show season. Amunet tells Caitlin she hates to see her so down and comes clean, admitting the splicer never really worked. After the briefing, Joe finds Caitlin in her lab and they wind up talking about Killer Frost.
This will be one of the final episodes to tell the story between Barry and DeVoe. Well—paced, choreographed and above average special effects made this action scene one of the best of this season. All rights reserved In the bout with Norvok, Amunet recovers her stolen metal and uses it to subdue him. You'll give me the splicer as soon as we recover it? But Amunet has gone missing, snake-eyed Norvock reveals. Barry phases through the venom to stop Amunet from killing her underling, though she insists on lopping off his eye snake.
Caitlin admits to them her deal with Amunet to do a job for her if she got the splicer and got Killer Frost back. Will Iris' article produce more harm than good? Time is running out, and the team is getting desperate. They are reluctant, but accept the idea. Amunet then leaves in a metal tornado of her creation. Her soul to return to her.
Something that shakes Caitlin to her core. It could provide some refreshing dynamics or it could fizzle out as just another wasted plot point. Labs, Caitlin apologizes to the team for getting so intense about Amunet. Not to mention, the frenemy-ship between Caitlin and Amunet had been feeling some type of way. Amunet: Besides, you know what they say.
Danielle Panabaker and Sackhoff have solid chemistry in their scenes together. Amunet agrees to give it to her if Caitlin and Frost will do one more job for her. Barry now has a renewed purpose - using his gift of speed to protect the innocent, while never giving up on his quest to solve his mother's murder and clear his father's name. We start the episode with an allude to Iris' past work as a journalist. So she decides to help them and form the organic weapon -- a small ball of her metal shards. DeVoe and the public trying to help look for him, it seems as though the odds are improving for our heroes to stop DeVoe once and for all. He asks her if she has any new ideas about getting Killer Frost back and she tells him that now she knows the key to finding Frost is in her own mind.
But keep this hush hush; Barry and team Flash can never know! The Scarlet Speedster races in and grabs the shards before they get near Joe or Caitlin. While the debate between Barry and Iris seemed like nothing special at the beginning, it picked up some momentum by the end of the episode. Barry complies and with a little more encouragement from Caitlin, Amunet agrees to help but she needs Team Flash to help her find her large stash of special metal shards that were stolen from their hiding place. Amunet agrees to assist the team but mentions that she needs her stash of Meta-Metal. Wishful thinking can go along way, Cait! Caitlin brings up the idea of working with Amunet Black to stop DeVoe to the group.
He then pulls Iris aside and tells her to publish her article and that he believes informing the public is the right thing to do. The last scene has Barry asleep in bed. Everyone loves female power and raw tension. However, a minor hiccup prevents them from accomplishing their goal again. While you ponder that rhetorical question, consider also that Barry and his friends are going to call upon Amunet Black for aid against DeVoe. Caitlin and Joe head to Jitters for some coffee, and conversation about Killer Frost. So for a slightly bland set of conflicts, there was important development in the conflict against DeVoe and progress was made for Harry which I enjoyed and felt important to me.
Amunet: Besides, you know what they say. All rights reserved At Star Labs, the team gives Amunet all the details of their plan. Returning with Barry and Caitlin to S. She heads off to finish her article. Oh yeah, and there was something about Iris writing a DeVoe article so that social media can help catch the guy who can change shape and bodies at will. But one can't deny the need they have to protect each other and go off on little adventures together. Iris tells Barry he needs to phase through the poison before it reaches his heart.
Amunet leaves, but not before giving Team Flash a parting gift. Iris suggests they brainstorm and try to find a way to do it without using tech. To do that, they recruited Amunet Katie Sackhoff for her powers of metal manipulation. Cisco: Is he not one of your own? An exercise in wheel-spinning, not audacious enough to do something truly foolish or anger the audience, not eye-rollingly obvious in its use of some ridiculous c-list villain to fill time, but nevertheless an hour that could have been better spent on, well, virtually anything. After finding her real name, the team splits up. Legends of Tomorrow seems positively conservative with its 16, 17, and 18 episode orders.
Cisco: Is he not one of your own? Prepare yourselves for one heck of a ride, or should I say one heck of a metal tornado? The stand-out performance goes to guest star Katee Sackhoff, reprising her role as Amunet the once queen of the underworld who is now in hiding just trying to survive. After defusing the situation, the Flash tells Amunet that they need her help. This should get viewers to one of the final plot points between Team Flash and Clifford DeVoe, also known as The Thinker. Harry is vulnerable and apologizes to Cisco for wasting time on his intelligence, when Cisco could have been working toward defeating DeVoe. A weapon so small yet can pack a punch into DeVoe's satellites. But that Council of Harrys stuff felt truly endless and tired. Amunet suddenly realizes during their talk where Norvock is.