Well, last week, I was watching it and the storyline seemed to be moving. As I watched the story progress, I was thinking to myself 'wow, it's finally getting traction'.
Only, it didn't.
At the end of the episode it was revealed that everything that happened was a figment of Barry Allen's imagination (I think that's what it was) brought on my running too fast.
Either that or it's a sign of things to come.
What they really should have done is have The Flash run fast enough that he could jump over a shark because that's how it felt.
It was one step forward, two back.
Haven't watched this week's episode and I don't even know if I will just yet.
The only reason why I am holding on is because I am anticipating more Flash/Arrow crossovers and I think I'll be better off following the storylines on both shows in order to appreciate the context a lot more.
There's a Supergirl series starting in the autumn. I think it's going to be produced by the same company, so I wonder if there will be crossovers there as well.
That'll mean having to watch three programmes!
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