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The Flash Trajectory Review

Let’s get turnt

 

  Before the review I must acknowledge the elephant in the room. Cisco is a terrible dancer! For someone named Vibe you would think he would have some rhythm! Lol. Now let’s get to the fact that there is another speedster that is faster than the Flash. Also it’s a little weird that after all that the Flash did that people would turn on him that fast.  Namely Iris boss who was getting his J Jonah Jameson on.

      Overall this episode had a after school special feel with Barry wanted to potentially take drugs to get stronger and Wells coming in chastising him with the be better than me shtick . This seemed a little heavy handed but it didn’t take too much away from the episode. As for Trajectory she was okay as a villain. There wasn’t much depth to the character. She seemed to have multiple personality disorder but they didn’t get to much into the character. The ending of her ark didn’t leave a satisflying solution either. But from the looks of it this may not be the last we see of her.

  

 

  The ending of the episode on the other hand worked very well. The big reveal to team Flash that Zoom is a version of Jay Garrick was done very well. The shock on there faces says it all. Add to the fact that this is the second time that team Flash has been burned by someone they trusted just adds to the moment. But there seems to be more to this moment than meets  the eye and that Zoom may not be Jay Garrick at all but another earths Jay and the real Jay is the man in the mask.

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