This week on The Flash Barry & Co. learned some disturbing truths about their new adversary, Cicada, against whom they almost felt almost deadly, powerless.
Following an ice-cold easter egg with a young Nora rummaging through the Flash Museum of the Future (Screeners do not take a break, so hew me with your finds!), Barry and Iris & # 39; s daughter confirmed to the team, that she knows cicada – in that nobody ever found out who he was or where he came from. Oh, and he's the only enemy The Flash (or any superfriends) has ever defeated!
The team decides they need extra intelligence to reinforce this villain, Cisco says in Mr. Wells. After making fun of Barry and complimenting Iris, the German Sherlock recommends Wells, who apparently does not come cheap. (Who knew that S.T.A.R. Labs stocks had any value!) The best detective in the multiverse looks at the evidence and shows Flash and XS on David Hersh, an Unabomber guy making bombs in his remote cabin. Hersh easily intercepts Flash and XS, but it turns out that he is not cicada (due to shoe size, the presence of zero dark matter, etc;). It is then that Sherloque admits that he lowered her to Hersh mainly because on every other earth that Cicada's alter ego. But because of Nora's arrival on this timeline, another Cicada with a different killing list is in the game
Cicada turns up at Joe after discovering that the detective is packing with the Metahuman, known as Vibe. Cicada tortures Joe to call his super friend, but Joe refuses. Then, after she has "heard" Joe's thoughts, Cecile discreetly enters the room. Her finger hovers over the flash signal's alarm signal button, but Joe uses his thoughts to warn her not to bring Vibe into the situation. But when Cicada starts getting really rough with Joe, Jenna shouts distraction and stops him; Then Cecile Team warns Flash. Just as Cisco appears on the scene, Cicada attacks him again, his destination is unknown.
As Cisco, while being chased through some forests, contacts Team Flash, Sherlock uses information about the specific trees and cricket sounds. Barry nails the specific forest. Unfortunately, Barry's powers are being sued, just like last week, the moment he faces Cicada. Fortunately, Nora overcomes the recent impatience to put things to the test with a deadly gizmo from the pipeline. Cisco throws him on Cicada just to have him hit back by the villain's dagger. As a result, Cisco seems to be on the receiving side of the exploding explosion!
After Cicada flies (!), A troubled Barry discovers that Nora and Cisco are only pretending Vibe's death, one of the portable breakers. And Vibe should remain "dead" for the time being and thus stop Cicada's radar.
After the big fight of the week, Barry and Iris invite a reluctant Nora to collide with them in the attic, as Sherloque will benefit even from the long-hidden "lounge" (which apparently comes with a full bar!). Later, the deductive Sherloque privately asks the prospective forwarder what she has finally made to act by hitting the satellite, after spending months shadowing only her parents. Did she come to this momentous decision about her own …? Sherloque pretends to fend off his investigation, but Nora seems to be disturbed / cleared up.
Elsewhere in the episode: Ralph – after becoming a humiliating Internet meme – helps Caitlin with her father's fake death certificate and her mother's potential role in it. Dr. Tannhauser, cold as ever, laughs at her daughter's theory and insists that Thomas is very dead. Searching through some old things, Caitlin finds a farewell letter her father left for her. But after combing through some of his papers, she realizes that his seemingly nonsensical data is actually encrypted with a code she used as a child. She deciphers it and comes up: "CAITLIN COME FIND ME"
What do you think of "The Death of Vibe"?