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THE FLASH: Robbie Amell Teases Ronnie Raymond’s Return [The CW]

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Robbie Amell on Ronnie Raymond’s Return to The Flash

With Ronnie Raymond returning to The Flash this season, we haven’t seen any news since in regards to when Robbie Amell will return to the set to shoot his episode. Fortunately, the actor spoke up about his character’s eventual return later in the season and how it will happen.

We were first introduced to Ronnie Raymond in the first season of The CW series’ first season when he fused with Professor Stein (Victor Garber) to become the first Firestorm. After Ronnie’s heroic sacrifice, we never saw Raymond again. That is until we saw a doppelganger of him from Earth-2 known as Deathstorm but he also perished by the hands of Zoom.

Now it’s been announced that Robbie would return to the show, but how will he return if both his characters are gone? Entertainment Weekly recently spoke with the actor and got some information off him on his upcoming guest spot.

I was there last week. I can tell you that my scenes are with Grant [Gustin] and Danielle [Panabaker]. And I may or may not be alive.  It’s always great to work with all of them. I rarely get to have scenes with Grant. The only time he and I had a scene that was just the two of us I was Stein at the time. I was pretending to be Victor Garber. So it was cool to have a real scene with Grant.

Based on what Amell said, it looks like Ronnie may appear in flashbacks or maybe as a hallucination seen by Caitlin Snow, who is struggling to avoid turning into Killer Frost. What do you guys think?

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