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Subj: Re: "Attack on Central City"
Posted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 at 03:18:11 pm GMT (Viewed 169 times)
Reply Subj: "Attack on Central City"
Posted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 at 06:40:32 pm GMT (Viewed 256 times)

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Okay, didn't anyone else watch it?

It was definitely UNDERWHELMING!

AV Club reviewer called it "Waiting for Grodd."

It was like 40 minutes of trying to find the Gorilla army. Um...wouldn't people see a Gorrilla army walking down the street and not hiding?

And when we did see him it was fun seeing the two gorillas fight but after such a long wait, I wanted more of an all out battle.

What was actually good?

Seeing Harry again. His speech to Barry that he regrets the times he's killed and that Barry is an example to him. Why oh why have we had HR most of this season instead of Harry?

HR did get a good line in about as the philosopher Al Yankovic said.

Jeese at the end of the episode choosing Big Belly Burgers over sex. Man that's cold! And she didn't like Casablanca. That's two strikes lady!

Cisco flirting with Gypsy. However, I really hope after all the flirting and the kissing that she is NOT an Earth 19 version of Cisco as some have previously speculated.

Next episode we FINALLY get back to Savitar. I hate how these shows lose focus.


PPP: I agree with all of what you said but want to add to your comments.

#1: Three speedsters in Central City is too many. If they all "work" then the police will have nothing to do . . . I'm hoping Wally and Jesse go to Earth 2 to be that Earth's speedster heroes.

#2: IF I'm a speedster and I'm fighting a super huge gorilla the LAST thing I'm gonna do is run straight at him . . . Sometimes Barry just turns off his scientific side.

#3: It was good to see Harry again!

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