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Flash Episode 11 Review

Episode Eleven of the Flash aired on the CW on January 27th, 2015, and it was titled the Sound and the Fury. There will be spoilers, so be mindful for that.

With the warning for spoilers out of the way, it's time to review this episode of the Flash.

Flash Episode Eleven "Sound and the Fury" Review.

We've long passed the mid season point and we're getting into some really juicy stuff. We've got a brand new villain, Hartley Rathaway, who was known in the comics as Pied Piper. He was one of the few gay supervillians in comic books, which does add some diversity. It is given a brief mention here, that he came out to his parents and was disowned. That's kind of harsh.

That's not his motivation though, his motivation is a mad on he has for Harrison Wells. Which seems to be a recurring theme here.

Pied Piper was pretty good in this episode. It's nice to see someone who can match Barry on an intellectual level. This was one of my favorite episodes of the season and this show is really knocking it out of the park.

So, what's going on with Harrison Wells continues to be interesting with this series.

And what's going on with Ronnie Raymond is interesting as well, but comic book nerds like me are seeing the direction where this is going.

Overall, I'll give Flash Episode Eleven "The Sound and the Fury" a highly recommended score. Most certainly check it out on On Demand, or in any other way you can. This might be the best super hero series currently on television, although there are going to be some new contenders with their hat in the ring. Overall, can't say enough good things about this Flash episode, other than it was pretty good.

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richnonai wrote on January 28, 2015, 8:48 AM

Unfortunately I can not find that here in Thailand. Perhaps it is linked somewhere on YouTube so I can also enjoy it.

Anja wrote on January 28, 2015, 1:12 PM

I am a few episodes behind on Flash, I guess I will need to catch up. I watch it on the Roku through Hulu.

valmnz wrote on February 4, 2015, 1:51 PM

I don't think I've ever heard of this programme here in New Zealand, I wonder if it will ever reach our screens.