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Looking back on series 1 it is the time-travel element that has made it, if it wasn't for that I doubt the show would have caught the interest of the viewers as much as it did.
You reminded me of 'Barry' creating Gideon, an interesting reveal as it suggests Barry might be more capable than just chemistry and police investigative work, if he creates Gideon why not a Ring for storing his costume. I do hope they explore Barry's intelligence, Characters like Cisco in these shows are fine and all but do run a risk in detracting from the capability of the star of the show - Barry cannot show his own ability for genius when it is Cisco who is there to do it all for him.

Barry has been focused in Season 1 on learning his powers, training, stopping Metas, and of course his father and the Reverse Flash.

To say he was a bit distracted would be an understatement.

Also Barry may not have the knowledge to start building Gideon or the Flash ring, however given how fast he can read books and absorb knowledge I suspect he will learn fast.

OR here is another paradox for you, Barry doesn't create Gideon as much as get his hands on the Gideon that RF brought back with him and thus after studying Gideon he creates the prototype that will one day become Gideon and also Gideon would likely have the secrets of how to make the Flash ring in her memory banks, hence paradox. Barry uses Gideon to create both Gideon and the Flash ring. \:\)

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