Humorous encounter with a mugger. Barry mutters about wanting to throw a lightning bolt up Dibney.....
Thinker and his lieutenant argue, but he assures her he will be the victor.
Wells2 states they need more brain power to find Devoe. Wells2 states they need to call his friends, new friends... he goes to call them.
Cisco cannot vibe the I.D.'s of the others on the bus.
They take Ralph to Barry/Iris counselor to get hypnotized to remember who was on the bus.
A stone statue of an animal kills someone....
Wells2 sets up the multiverse holoprojector to contact the Harrison Wells of other Earths. Nice Lord of the Rings reference for a moment.
So, we have the Council of Wells. A nice display of the actor's talents
Ralph has a tendency to tell women their measurements....ever get the feeling with the current climate in Hollywood now regarding harassment that they are going to change his character a bit?
a humorous scene of Ralph getting his prototype suit from Cisco.
The meta of the week can animate inanimate objects, seems specific to statues only
Wells2 disbands the council
Dibney's stupidity gets a kid injured.
Wells2 hate of the Council is his self hate, Cisco gets him to reform the Council.
A couple of Jurassic Park jokes....
Dibney is reading a comic at the end.....I'm sure its an easter egg but I can't pinpoint it.
The Council Wells believes they have located Devoe, Barry decides to go on the offensive and seeks to bring him in. Devoe and his Lieutenant pose as husband and wife and he greets them in a normal wheelchair like a normal looking person.
Okay well given that as the Thinker he is chair bound albeit in a floating arsenal, I am inclined to think that UNLIKE RF in Season 1, that this wheelchair/attack chair thing is not an act on his part....
....ah who am I kidding......I just can't bring myself to care about this.
Bring in Jason Blood/Etrigan, that might get my interest.
It's becoming more and more of a problem, but Flash is less and less interesting in his own show. ATM, I just might rather be watching a Plastic Man series than a Flash series.