The Hype of The Flash Season Finale
Have you been watching The Flash on CW? If you haven’t viewed it already, we definitely recommend that you do because its highly addicting and marvel inspired. On the other hand, last night the season 3 finale aired and we were disappointed with the final outcome.
Warning: the rest of the article may consist of some spoilers. Refrain from reading ahead if you haven’t seen The Flash yet.
The Flash finale – Finish Line – aired last night and there was an unexpected death. Though many viewers believed that Iris West (Candice Patton) would be killed off, a twist unveiled. Instead, the person who we said a sorrowful goodbye to was H.R. (Tom Cavanagh) and we honestly didn’t see that one coming.
As for the actual death of H.R., he switched faces with Iris through a high tech device after Savitar took her away. Therefore, Iris was safe and H.R. was the one wrongfully stabbed in the back. H.R. then died in the arms of Tracy (Anne Dudek).
Because of this change of plans, Savitar then realized Iris was alive and needed to change his step. Savitar also needed to worry about what to do about the captured Cisco (Carlos Valdes). Not only did Savitar have Tracy’s device to support him, but he also remembered the cure Julian (Tom Felton) developed for Caitlin’s (Danielle Panabaker) frostiness. That being said, he had the perfect development for Cisco.
Later, Barry wanted to join Team Flash, but Savitar disagreed with the idea after deliberation and set the philosophers stone to explode. Luckily, Barry and Wally got everyone out before the Star Labs exploded.
As the finale approached the finish line, fights ensued and everything went completely nuts. A death of Savitar, earthquakes, and Iris and Barry talking about their future wedding, were the recipe for a dramatic and action packed ending to the season. However, there are still a lot of questions that were left unanswered.
Hopefully, season 4 will offer some more action packed episodes and answer the questions raised. We will keep you posted on our findings and fill you in with updates regarding the premiere date. Also, if you don’t have access to cable, you can watch the first two seasons on Netflix. Stay tuned.