CW‘s The Flash Things You Can’t Outrun Review. The Flashcast: The Flash Podcast: Season 1, Episode 3: Things You Can’t Outrun is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Mike Smith discusses his reaction to the latest episode of CW’s The Flash.
The Flash: Season 1, Episode 3: Things You Can’t Outrun‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “As the police investigate the murder of one of the city’s crime families, Barry suspects that the killer may be a metahuman who can control poison gases. As Barry and Joe work to discover the killer’s identity, Dr. Wells and his team work to retrofit the particle accelerator into a prison specifically for metahumans where S.T.A.R. Labs can begin to find a way of reversing their mutations. This brings up difficult feelings and memories for Dr. Snow, whose fiancé, Ronnie Raymond, was killed when the accelerator exploded. Following another murder, Barry locates the killer, Kyle Nimbus, but is unable to subdue him. Barry discovers that Kyle does not control gases, but literally transforms his body into them. The team learn that Joe, who was the lead detective in the original case, is Kyle’s next target. Barry races to Iron Heights Prison in time to save Joe’s life. Barry forces Kyle to overexert himself so that Barry can apprehend him without Kyle turning into mist. The team lock Kyle into a custom cell that is able to keep him from escaping. In a flashback to when the accelerator explodes, Dr. Wells is seen going into his hidden room and viewing a surveillance video of Barry getting struck by lightning in his lab.”
The Flash: Season 1, Episode 3: Things You Can’t Outrun stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Rick Cosnett, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Tom Cavanaugh, Jesse L. Martin, John Wesley Shipp, Anthony Carrigan and Robbie Amell.
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