‘The Flash’ Season 1 Episode 21 Spoilers: Will Gorilla Grodd Defeat Flash? Barry Set To Confess His Feelings For Iris?


‘The Flash’ Season 1 Episode 21 Spoilers: Will Gorilla Grodd Defeat Flash? Barry Set To Confess His Feelings For Iris?
‘The Flash’ Season 1 Episode 21 Spoilers: Will Gorilla Grodd Defeat Flash? Barry Set To Confess His Feelings For Iris?

As “The Flash” season 1 is nearing its conclusion, more enemies are trying to get in the way of The Flash.

In this episode, Gorilla Grodd will be his opponent! Will he be able to save Joe and beat the telepathic Gorilla?

Ibtimes shared not only “The Flash” episode 21 spoilers, but also the synopsis of the “The Flash” episode 24, “Fast Enough.” Here’s the “The Flash” episode 21 spoilers:  “Barry (Grant Gustin) must deal with the Reverse Flash’s (Tom Cavanagh) latest threat to a member of the group.

To make matter worse, Dr.

Wells unleashes Grodd on the city in order to distract Barry and the team.

Joe (Jesse L.

Martin), Barry and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) head down into the sewers to catch Grodd but the gorilla quickly gets the upper hand after he kidnaps Joe.

Iris (Candice Patton) and Barry have a heart to heart talk.” And here’s what fans can expect in the last episode.

“Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) presents Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) with a life-changing choice.

Dr.

Martin Stein (guest star Victor Garber) and Ronnie Raymond (guest star Robbie Amell) return to help the S.T.A.R.

Labs team with this final fight.

Dermott Downs directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Gabrielle Stanton & Andrew Kreisberg,” the source wrote.

The fans loved the series because it remained faithful to the comics.

With that said, producer Andrew Kreisberg shared their methods of adapting a comic book into a TV series.

( Via mstarz.com ) “With the comics, you’re following multiple stories with multiple writers.

People are constantly retconned and revised, backstories are revised and motivations are changed.

In some ways, it’s good for us because it allows us to cherry-pick the best parts that we feel work for us.

There’s definitely a confrontation between the Reverse Flash and Iris coming up, which is fairly exciting.

It’s not necessarily the Iris fixation that was in that run of the comics,” Kreisberg said.

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