‘The Flash’ Video Recap Show: Fighting Fire with Firestorm

     October 28, 2015

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Welcome back to Collider’s recap show for The Flash Season 2. Join hosts John Campea, David Griffin, Kaori Takee, and John Rocha as they review the exciting fourth episode of Season 2, entitled ‘The Fury of Firestorm.’

It’s no easy task being Firestorm, so Team Flash considers two candidates to replace Ronnie. The first is, at first glance, the best choice in one Dr. Henry Hewitt (Demore Barnes), who on the surface looks perfect, but has a darker personality that’s just waiting to explode. The other choice is a young man by the name of Jefferson “Jax” Jackson (Franz Drameh), a former high school football star who shows great potential if only someone could push him in the right direction.

While Barry and the gang are dealing with the Firestorm situation, the West family is having their own crisis. Iris decides to meet her mother, but their reunion runs into a few bumps. Do you think there will be any hope of redemption for her mother? By the episode’s end, you won’t believe your eyes, so check out our after show and find out what we thought about tonight’s thrilling events.

Series Synopsis: Following a catastrophic incident in his hometown of Central City, Barry Allen wakes up 9 months after being struck by lightning and discovers that the bolt gave him the power of super speed. A gathering of scientists and heroes, both young and old in age, come to assist him as he begins to figure out the extent of his powers, only to discover that other people – nicknamed Meta-Humans – have also acquired similar powers that they use equally for good and evil. With his new team and powers, Barry becomes “The Flash” and fights crime in Central City, while also attempting to keep up a social life and keep close with the family who took him in as a young boy.

Read Collider’s full written recap of “The Fury of Firestorms” here.

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