And that love is constant.Barry: Across dimensions. Give Eva time and I bet she could rival Thawne (who I swear. 30 essential albums from the last 30 years, she kicked him out in last week’s episode, Oliver Queen tried to teach him way back in season 1. I feel like it’s been a while since we’ve had a particularly TENSE episode, and “Liberation” was certainly it. And if I know you, I know you aren't just fighting to find your way home. I have unfinished business to... Well it's not like the stores have a "Get well soon from dual light-assassin attack" card. All rights reserved.

And I'm gonna find Singh.

Caitlin tells them they need to ask her mother for help. And just when I thought we had seen the last of him. Okay, I mean, she speaks Italian all of a sudden. Mike Cecchini | I forgot to mention this above, but Candice Patton killed in tonight's episode. View All Videos (1) Critic Reviews for Liberation. "Liberation" is just what the Flash needed, pushing the ongoing Mirror Master arc forward in a big way. See exclusive portraits of the Arrowverse stars from EW's cover shoot. Thankfully, Cisco is able to shock her awake. Want more scoop on The Flash, or for any other show? Instead, it’s low key, relying on claustrophobia, inventive uses of the mirrors (and ESPECIALLY their shards), and a great Blake Neely score to ramp it up. After she kicked him out in last week’s episode, Barry realized that something wasn’t right. ATTENTION: SOME OF THE QUOTES BELOW CONTAIN SPOILERS. When Will Supergirl Return With New Episodes? Coincidentally, Iris says something similar on the other side of the mirror, too. Maybe we will get some answers soon, though, when Caitlin visits her mother. After the success of Arrow, Barry Allen (a.k.a. At one point, Eva lets slip that her Mirror-babies feel everything she feels and vice-versa, so Iris decides to cause Eva some emotional distress by accusing her of still loving her husband. I know it in my heart.

Eva is interesting as she is a type of villain that Barry has never really faced before -- one that does not care about him or want anything to do with him. What a sweet and poignant note to end this wild episode on. Presented by Helstrom - All Episodes Now Streaming on Hulu, The Flash: Season 6, Episode 17 - "Liberation" Review, Best Buy 4KTV and Amazon Fire Deals: Save in This 60-Hour Pre-Black Friday Sale, The Best PlayStation Deals for October 2020, Daily Deals: Preorder Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, or PC and Save 17% Off, Uncharted Movie: First Image of Tom Holland as Nathan Drake Released, Xbox Brazil Host Firing Unrelated to Her Getting Death Threats, Microsoft Says, Bethesda Sued for $100 Million After 'Intentional Sabotage' of Rune 2 to Protect The Elder Scrolls, Godfall Devs on Loot, Progression, and Making 'The Tinkerer's Dream', NASA Releases Footage from Their First-Ever Touchdown on as Asteroid, Star Trek: Discovery Review - ‘Far From Home’, Supernatural's Mary Winchester Looks Back at the Iconic Death Scene That Started It All, DC Showcase - Batman: Death in the Family Review, South Park: "The Pandemic Special" Review, Things Ghost of Tsushima Doesn't Tell You. It finally addressed the growing need for Barry to notice something was wrong with his wife, even though the outcome was not what we had hoped. Supernatural Video: Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki Tease Dean and Sam's Ending, Talk 'Bizarre' Last Day on Set B+. And that is probably one of the only reasons why he is still alive. How good is “Liberation?” It’s so good that perhaps the most eye-rollingly saccharine, falsetto piano ballad-fueled final two minutes in the history of The Flash couldn’t even dent it. But to make up for that, Cecile was perhaps the best she’s been all year, finally being useful and not unfortunate comic relief or the worst empath tropes on TV. You are Barry. As Grant Gustin recently previewed for TVLine, “There’s a breaking point where [Barry] looks back at the past few weeks and realizes this isn’t Iris,” based on “the stuff she says” but more so “an emotional connection that’s lacking or not consistent with what they have always had…. His story seemed to be over the previous time we saw him on The Flash Season 6 Episode 8, but if his scene with Eva's clones was any indication, he is just getting started.

But the biggest clue was her throwing me out. © 2020 TV Fanatic Plus, those last couple of heartbreaking scenes between Barry and Iris' clone and Barry and Iris speaking to one another through the mirror were just about perfect.