CW‘s The Flash The Man Who Save Central City Review. The Flashcast: The Flash Podcast: Season 2, Episode 1:The Man Who Saved Central City is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Steven Bueno and Kristian Cabrera analyze and discuss their predictions and reactions to the latest episode of CW’s The Flash.
The Flash: Season 2 Episode 1: The Man Who Saved Central City’s plot synopsis (spoilers):”Ronnie and Professor Stein turn into Firestorm and destroy the singularity, but at the cost of Ronnie’s life. Six months later, Barry is now working on his own to avoid hurting any more of his friends and family; Cisco works in the police department alongside Joe and his metahuman task force, and Caitlin works at Mercury Labs. The city holds a ceremony honoring the Flash for his work in saving the city. At the ceremony, Barry is attacked by Al Rothstein whose strength and size manipulation prove too much for Barry to handle on his own. He is convinced by Joe and the others that he needs help in taking down certain metahumans and Barry defeats Al by allowing him to absorb too much radiation. In his dying breath, Al tells Barry that he was sent to kill him by someone named Zoom. Barry also receives a hard drive from Dr. Wells containing his confession to killing Nora that finally proves Barry’s father’s innocence. They throw a party where Henry tells Barry that he is not staying in Central City, so that Barry can focus on being the Flash. A mysterious man shows up at S.T.A.R. Labs, introduces himself as Jay Garrick, and declares the world is in danger.”
The Flash: Season 2 Episode 1: The Man Who Saved Central City starred Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Carlos Valdes, Jesse L. Martin,and Victor Garber
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