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Family feuds were the theme this week on The Flash, as the West-Allens argued over an abandonment issue and things got ever chillier between the Snows.
Kicking off the episode, Iris rightly railed at Barry for whisking Nora back to the future and then leaving her there, forbidden to return. “You always see one way through a problem, damn what I think,” she roared. Despite therapy and what not over the years, “You’re still making decisions based on emotions.” When Barry attempts to respond, Iris reminds him of Flashpoint and how he voluntary entered the Speed Force, as but two examples. She then drives home the point, “I didn’t even get to say good-bye!”
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Barry was walloped with an epiphany when he suggested that Nora aligning with his arch enemy, Eobard Thawne, doesn’t bother Iris. “No, it doesn’t,” she cooly confirmed. Barry suggests that Iris, too, is acting based on emotions, as a mother whose daughter now doesn’t hate her for difficult decisions to come. “Look in the mirror,” he says, before Iris slips away to take a big swing of her own.
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Iris confers with Gideon on how to use the time sphere to track and find Nora in the future, but Ralph catches her — not to stop her, though, but to help. And Ralph’s assistance proved handy, as he shapeshifts into the surly prison guard minding Thawne, so that Iris can pay her daughter’s sketchy mentor a visit. Nora is there at the same time, though, puzzling over why she wasn’t able to access a “negative” Speed Force of her own, as Thawne did over the years to sneak up on Barry undetected. Seeing Iris, Nora is filled with enough rage to acquire the speed she needs and...
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