The conclusion of the Firestorm two-parter is a tightly-plotted ride, though often lacking the emotional resonance of previous weeks.
Firestorm stands out as a tragic tale in a highly emotional set-up episode with huge, revelatory concepts.
A scattered episode doesn't work as a whole, but has a slew of entertaining individual stories and developments.
A great villain and significant development on the Dr. Wells mystery furthers this season's surprising success.
The Flash returns with an impressively well-structured and unendingly fun episode, dialing back the drama for an old-fashioned comic book villain team-up.
The midseason finale adeptly ties in all the story threads into one thrilling, emotional hour that poses more questions than it answers.
The first part in the crossover event strikes a smart balance between fanservice and storytelling, in a fun, even if unambitious hour that lives up to...
An incredibly fast-paced installment uses a common superhero trope to amp up the stakes and tension to great effect.
A paper thin plot shows off how well this show still works even without the more in-depth workings of other serialized dramas.
An episode that's light on plot does some subtle characterwork and expands the scope of the show in useful ways.