With Barry and Iris’ marriage ceremony drawing nearer, The Flash continues its comedy plug when their chums and household want for the bachelor and bachelorette parties all over Tuesday’s episode.
Hijinks and hilarity ensue all over the hour, but likely not in the intention viewers are attempting forward to. In a little little bit of a assignment reversal, the fellows possess what somewhat amounts to a aloof night, while Iris’ (Candice Patton) social gathering gets out of hand when Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) crashes the festivities.
“It’s an episode that’s very girl-centric,” Patton tells EW. “The boys are looking out to possess an even time, and the girls conclude up being those which would be saving the day in the episode, so it’s an all-well-known particular person female group up, and it’s a terribly girl-centered episode that followers were awaiting.”
As previously teased, Killer Frost labored for Amunet Shadowy (Katee Sackhoff), who runs an underground black marketplace for supervillains. With Caitlin encourage on high of things, and reunited with Group Flash, Amunet just is just not soft, thus the girls ought to group as a lot as present protection to Caitlin and town. “Caitlin, as every person knows, has been struggling with Killer Frost and looking out to have that subdued and feeling esteem she will’t be a a part of Group Flash because she’s got these powers she’s looking out to have under regulate,” Patton says. “Someday of the episode, you see Iris in actuality be there for her and encourage her care for her struggles of looking out to have Killer Frost down, essentially telling her, ‘You don’t wish to want one or the quite diverse, that you just may even be both. You’re calm a correct particular person.’ It’s in actuality exciting to mediate about Caitlin and Killer Frost system to phrases with the duality of their particular person, and Iris in all fairness essential to that occurring.”
The episode also marks a mini-crossover as Arrow‘s Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) comes to town to celebrate Iris but finds the emergence of Killer Frost to be rather more intelligent. “She’s stoked to gaze Killer Frost because she’s never considered her forward of,” Rickards says. “Obviously she didn’t know Killer Frost used to be as dire as she is. Felicity’s a monumental nerd and loves that stuff.” Panabaker provides: “Felicity brings quite rather a lot of levity to any scene she’s in, and it’s effective to possess her enthusiasm on the advise.”
Over with the boys, Cisco (Carlos Valdes) sets out to form this a night they’ll never omit, but as an different it’s one they’ll more likely possess difficulty remembering. “We let out,” Gustin says. “Cisco makes Barry a little little bit of potion to receive him drunk that works rather a lot better than the last time in season 1. It lasts all through your complete night and Barry is in rare build. He is drunker than I in actuality possess ever even approach finish to being, and we had quite rather a lot of fun with that. It used to be the first episode in the history of The Flash that I didn’t establish the plug well with on, not one time.”
Alas, Cisco’s plans for the night plug awry due to Ralph Dibny (Hartley Sawyer). “His plans receive hijacked by Mr. Dibny,” Valdes teases. “It’s a horrible idea that begins horrible and ends terribly, in fact.” At the starting build, Gustin says, the boys were planning for a aloof night with a steak dinner, but Dibny as an different takes them “to a strip club the build Barry lets free,” Gustin says.
Suffice it to impart, it’s surely not the night Joe (Jesse L. Martin) used to be attempting forward to for his son. “It’s likely one of many first times Joe has ever considered Barry drunk,” Martin says. “As a kid, forward of he became Flash, he didn’t drink, he used to be a straight-up nerd, so Joe’s a little little bit of concerned, but more upright excessive about the truth that that’s what he’s esteem when he’s drunk. Barry’s a extraordinarily humorous drunk, let’s upright pronounce that. Nonetheless the speculation of going to a strip club, it’s rank all around. Joe doesn’t esteem it, he doesn’t esteem what he sees there, doesn’t esteem what happens after we receive there. It’s a monumental number and it’s all thanks to that rattling Dibny.”
The Flash airs Tuesdays at Eight p.m. ET on The CW.