But, if it is done, then probably there would be consequences of changing the past once again. But like Iris said, the Speedforce was hell for Jay and Wally. One concluded that the Iris that died was a time remnant. One of the most prevailing fan theories is that finale will eliminate this timeline and revert things as they were before the Flashpoint. Could he be more powerful than the show is letting on at this point? First, they release Jay Garrick from the Speedforce. It could be he forcibly phased him out of the suit.
That final scene… What the Speedforce wants, the Speedforce gets. It may even be bigger than Flashpoint because there is no changing this timeline. Is there even such a thing? At the very least, she should be the reason he finds a way out of the Speedforce. With him, Flash, Wally, Cisco, and Gypsy, the team engages Savitar and Killer Frost in a final battle. Like it did in the comics, it had a huge impact on the show, and this was one of them. What a great beginning and end to a solid season finale from The Flash. The only way for them to do that is to go back to the future.
Iris had just been stabbed and Barry was left to hold the love of his life as she slowly passed away. It was a little off-putting that she was completely un-phased that she had just killed someone. Having felt so much guilt, he ventured out on his own to save Iris. Did anyone else feel the same? Did it ever occur to you that Jay Garrick would be released by the end of the season? The only question was how. So she gets a pass this time. Why would a father let anyone else sacrifice themselves to save their daughter? Not only are there so many meanings behind the phrase, but there are questions that it raises for next season and the future of the series. Admit it, some of you out there forgot that Jay Garrick was even trapped in the Speedforce.
Barry and Team Flash try to figure out a way to change the future to save Iris from her inevitable death. Granted, he did just try to murder her earlier in the day. If it has to be done, then it should be done in an absolutely killer way pun intended because this journey should leave some significance or teachings for Barry. And, boy, the show did not disappoint. . Barry could essentially spend a week inside, but come out 10 years after he went in. There must be some epic cliffhanger to start.
A lovable character is made, you let your audience fully sympathize with said character, and in the final moments, rip that person away. No matter what happens, this is as big as the end of season one when Barry raced up buildings and debris to close a giant wormhole. A key member of team Flash, it all changed when Barry created Flashpoint. Barry spares his life and destroys the suit. Would Iris and Barry even be engaged in that timeline? It means that he will fight with everything he has against his future self. How will Barry come out of this? Cisco and Barry must fight against the bounty hunter in a fight to the death to save Harrison's life.
Savitar creates a contingency plan to trick Barry and Iris intro trying to save him. A cure exists thanks to Julian, but would it have worked? He says his goodbyes and enters the Speedforce. This episode had a wonderful balance of everything you need from a show like this. Unknown to Savitar, though, Cisco rigged the cannon to actually set Jay Garrick free from the Speedforce. However, since the release of Jay Garrick and without Savitar, the Speedforce becomes unstable. Sadly, fans may never get their Caitlin back, but the season finale showed fans of the show and comic will get the best of both worlds.
Second, that epic shot of our team of super heroes getting ready to take on the so-called god of speed and Killer Frost. Savitar defeated and the return of Jay Garrick Everyone knew it was going to happen. He was definitely the most likable one and, thus, had to go. If you were lucky enough to catch it live, then you were a witness to one of the coolest scenes in super hero television in a some time. Hopefully there will be a new version of Wells to watch for next season. But as many of you out there guessed it, Iris actually survived the incident. Still, there are many questions to be answered and mysteries to be solved.
Or his journey will effectively be rendered obsolete? Assuming he some how makes it out, Iris will probably be the one to pull him out again. Remember, the Speedforce exists at all times. This was definitely one of the best displays of all of their powers. He could also spend 10 years inside, but come out seconds after going in. Wally West will be suiting up as Kid Flash as he teams up with Barry.
It also made us think that he already fulfills one of the main things that The Flash wants to achieve next. Stay tuned to for latest and otherupdates. Will these guys be successful in changing the future and stop Savitar or will the future remain unaltered by their actions? Will he even come out of it? What are your thoughts on how wouldwill end? Allowing him to essentially become a god and create chaos among the world. If that happens, it would mean that there would be no Killer Frost but Caitlin Snow, no Julian Albert, probably no Savitar. For now, Killer Frost is here to stay, but Caitlin Snow will continue live on inside of her. So this seems like a promising idea. This question gets asked a lot.
But if the season finale was any indication, it looks like Earth-2 Harrison Wells will be back. All is quiet again in Central City, but Barry Allen and The Flash are no more. But that would take some great control. It will be an epic showdown. When the Speedforce came for Barry though, words were said that made the situation a lot more grim that it may have been. It had been mentioned before that the Speedforce always needs a Speedster. She was the perfect partner for Cisco.