An overly dense time travel story answers a lot of questions, but has trouble handling our main hero's arc.
The midseason premiere falls into familiar superhero traps as it fails to do anything new with a secret identity story.
Grodd's return makes for a fun one-off and spotlight for Caitlin and Harry, but a pause in momentum and retread of stories for everyone else.
A relatively light affair carries a sense of foreboding that continues until a shocking wallop of an ending.
The repercussions of Earth-2 and the existence of parallel doubles amps up the story in a strong, busy episode.
Firestorm 2.0 and some huge twists don't save an uncharacteristically predictable and heavy-handed installment.
Summary: Family drama and the nature of evil form the center of the best Rogue episode to date, and a likely highlight of the season. Recap...
The Scarlet Speedster meets the Crimson Comet in a plot-driven, piece-moving episode.
Team Flash confronts grief to move forward in a strong, dense premiere that capably balances darkness and optimism.