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Nora's time-traveling secrets have been many on The Flash, but none has been as foreboding as the fact that her partner in this mission to the past has been none other than the Reverse Flash (Tom Cavanagh). Now, that secret has finally come crashing down.
Each week, Sherloque (Tom Cavanagh) has inched closer and closer to discovering what exactly Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedey) has been keeping from her parents by analyzing her Speed Force journal (and the two handwriting samples inside it), digging into her half-truths, and deciphering her coded messages to the future. After digging into Eobard Thawne and his time as Harrison Wells back in Season 1, Sherloque managed to discover some video files from Thawne's investigation into the "malleable" timeline, slotting the final piece of the puzzle into place for him.
Meta - Storyline - Week - Nora - Truth
Meanwhile, the meta storyline of the week forced Nora to deal with the harsh truth that keeping massive secrets from the people you love, even if it's only to protect them, can have volatile results. This forced her to wonder whether or not she should be honest with her parents. Just as she was about to give in to her better angels and fess up though, Sherloque beat her to the punch.
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In a monologue worthy of the actual Sherlock, Sherloque detailed how he'd investigated all of her methodically planned trips to the past, picking out the one instance that felt off from all the others: the moment she chose to help Barry (Grant Gustin) destroy the satellite in the Season 4 finale, irreversibly altering the timeline. That decision, he theorized, was not part of her own plan,...
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