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THE FLASH: Season 3, Episode 22: Infantino Street Trailer [The CW]

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The Flash: Infantino Street Promo

The CW’s The Flash Season 3, Episode 22: Infantino Street’ TV Show trailer stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Carlos Valdes, Danielle Panabaker, and Jesse L. Martin. To stop Savitar, Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) gets some help from his nemesis Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller).

In the promo for next week’s episode, Barry must ask Leonard Snart AKA Captain Cold for help in stealing a key ingredient to fuel a weapon made to stop Savitar once and for all. It seems like we are getting the version of Snart from Legends of Tomorrow after spotting the Waverider in the background, providing viewers with more screen time with the actor after being missing in action. The only problem is that King Shark is heavily guarding the fuel that Barry needs. By using Snart’s criminal skills, the two must work together in order to steal it without pissing off King Shark. It will also be difficult for these two to work with one another after their brief history. Can these two work together without ripping each other apart?

It doesn’t seem like Snart is familiar with King Shark, making it seem like an easy mark for the thief. However, he has no idea that he’s going up against a metahuman who just happens to be a big shark. It will be interesting to see how these two work together after being enemies for so long.

Check out the trailer from the upcoming episode and let us know what you think.

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