Cicada (Sarah Carter) has Cisco’s (Carlos Valdes) failed cure prototypes. And with the atomizer she stole from Icicle (Kyle Secor), she can disperse the bad cures across Central City; killing every meta in town. So now it’s up to Team Flash to find her before she can unleash her plan. Will they stop her — and a seemingly returned Orlin Dwyer (Chris Klein) — or will it be doomsday?
Considering we’re down to two episodes, we’re inclined to say Cicada will be stopped and Thawne’s (Tom Cavanagh) real plan will go into motion during the finale. But whether that means his escape or just a stay of his execution remains to be seen. It also remains to be seen if his affection for Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) will outweigh his hatred of Barry (Grant Gustin).
Also, Nora’s desire to stay in 2019 implies she will have to give up living with her parents to save the day. Then again, Nora is one of the great additions to the show, so it would be sad to see her go. Meanwhile, it seems we might be meeting Sue Dearbon in the not-too-distant future. Ralph’s (Hartley Sawyer) declaration that he is not built for love suggests that very thing is on the horizon. And as comic book readers know, Ralph without Sue is a sad situation indeed.
The Flash airs Tuesdays on The CW.