Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Christopher, Oct 9, 2019.
In the first five minutes.
Are you kidding? I was talking about after that of course
Still injured probably.
Dude.... Literally that.....
The Thinker took what he thought was an indestructible body last year.
Chill. I’m not sure I buy Ralph being home on the couch watching Oprah.
I was kinda expecting a Bloodworkized Ralph showing up in the end...
They made it pretty clear that Ralph was not simply injured. He got messed up pretty bad. We didn't even see him wake up yet. For him to suddenly just show up suited up would just be silly. And it also show that Bloodwork isn't a simple to overcome villian. Have to add though.... not a big fan of Bloodwork as a villian. Flash topped pretty fast with Thawne and Zoom. Beating those is pretty tough.
Wasn’t that guy Ramsey controlled already dead? I’d have thought Ralph being unconscious wouldn’t matter to Ramsay.
Iris tells Barry that they'd contacted A.R.G.U.S. to have him moved to a secure location to recover.
Mmm. I forgot that line. “He” must be giving them hell over there.
What does that even mean?
that after his run in with Bloodwork, Ralph might not be his usual self?
Have we seen any evidence that Bloodwork can control living people, other than Barry? It seems he's only controlled the dead so far, and the reason he could take over Barry was either because of his speed-healing or because Barry succumbed by choice.
I think Ralph's absence is nothing more than giving Hartley Sawyer room for his shooting schedule in the crossover.
That was a great episode with an outstanding performance from Grant Gustin. Some really creepy stuff in there too, especially that dinner scene.
I was reading about Pariah's role in the comic Crisis and that got me wondering about how things might play out in the TV version. In comics Pariah is experimenting, and his experiments end up being what leads to The Anti-Monitor being able to destroy the different Earths. So I'm wonder if the wall that Nash is trying to break through is holding the Anti-Monitor, and he's going to accidentally end up releasing him and setting off the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Well, the Earths are already in the process of being destroyed (see Arrow, and I think that's what implicitly happened to Earth-90 last year in Elseworlds), so whatever set the Anti-Monitor off probably happened quite some time ago.
I suspect that Nash is actually Pariah and he's searching for Mar Novu because of their past connection.
Right, I forgot about Earth 2.
I mean, it's a stretch (no pun intended) to think like that. Occam's Razor really, like Christopher said.
The choice here is very important. I think Barry chose to become part of Bloodwork. Which kinda sucks..... Because that's Old Oliver way of thinking, not Barry. Pretending to become dark lord of the whatever instead of just talking to his closest allies. Barry would never do something like this.
And before some says 'He had to because he couldn't communicate with anyone'..... Barry would rather NOT and then talk to his team, instead of do and then explain.
Mm...i dunno... there's Flashpoint, to compare with (which i also think was an experiment to see if Crisis could work)
I really don't buy the idea Ralph is recovering and being peachy. He should be having it worse than Barry.
Point taken. I guess we'll find out in a few days.
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