How does Nora West-Allen find her life in danger? The Flash season 5 episode 11 will address this plot point, which you may have seen already in some promos for the upcoming stretch of episodes (starting on Tuesday).
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The January 21 installment “Seeing Red” will explain all of the finer details when it comes to Nora’s injury, but then also whatever Barry is feeling on the other side of it. This is where things could get interesting for Barry. Back during the Elseworlds crossover event, one of the things that was really emphasized was that Barry should try his best to avoid becoming a mirror image of Oliver Queen, someone fueled by anger in many of his actions. Yet, that may be precisely what happens in the wake of seeing his daughter angered. Understandably, this is something that Barry is going to be upset about, and this could end up leading to him doing a number of other things as a result of it.
For some more information on what could be coming up next, we suggest that you check out the official The Flash season 5 episode 11 synopsis below:
CICADA SEVERLY INJURES NORA — During a battle with Cicada (Chris Klein), Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) is severely injured. Due to Cicada’s dampening powers, Nora’s speed healing isn’t working, leaving Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) scared for their daughter’s future. Upset about his injured child, The Flash is filled with rage and confronts Cicada in a brutal battle. Meanwhile, Killer Frost (Danielle Panabaker) keeps interfering with Caitlin’s work on the cure. Marcus Stokes directed the episode written by Judalina Neira & Thomas Pound (#511). Original airdate 1/21/2019.
Don’t you think it’s fairly easy to predict why Killer Frost would be upset about this? While it doesn’t seem like Caitlin has any interest in eradicating herself from her frosty alter ego, you never want to be in a situation where Caitlin someday changes her mind and tries to rid herself of you somehow. Beyond that, we also do worry about the larger implications of determining who deserves to have their powers stripped from them. It seems like the sort of thing that could prove problematic in the wrong hands.
What do you want to see when it comes to The Flash season 5 episode 11, and do you think the show is running the risk of getting too dark with this storyline? Share now in the comments. (Photo: The CW.)