At the end of this past episode of “The Flash,” we saw what was (finally!) our first real and substantial evidence that Caitlin Snow was well on her way to becoming Killer Frost, and the only question that comes after that is rather simple: What comes next, and where in the world do we go from there?
It’s not entirely confirmed where the story for Danielle Panabaker’s character is going over the next two episodes, but we do know this: By the time we make it to November 1 and the episode entitled “Monster,” her powers will be a little bit more at the forefront. She will be visiting her mother Dr. Tannhauser (Susan Walters) in hopes of better understanding what is going on. Dr. Tannhauser is an expert in the biomedical field, and the hope is that she can at least get a better grapple on how to control her powers. Let’s just say that things don’t go well. Ironically, Caitlin’s mom has a history of being cold, and an epic fight is going to break out that causes little progress to be made.
Beyond the Caitlin story (let’s hope “monster” isn’t a name that Caitlin’s mom calls her), the other important thing worth noting about this story is that Barry Allen is going to try and convince Julian to allow him to work with him on a case involving a “mysterious” metahuman. Could he help? Absolutely, but he’s not really giving Tom Felton’s character much of a reason to trust him to date. As a matter of fact, he’s mostly given him reasons to be annoyed at him.
We’ll close with one last bit of Caitlin scoop: Remember that there is an episode airing later this season entitled “Killer Frost.” That should be the ultimate reminder of where her story is going.
For now, we’ll close with a reminder that if you head over here, you can see some preview photos for Tuesday night’s “Magenta.” (Photo: The CW.)