On Tuesday, the CW featured two new episodes of The Flash and Black Lighting. On The Flash Barry and the team track down another metahuman named Izzy Bowin, played by Miranda MacDougall, whose powers could help them defeat DeVoe. Meanwhile, on Black Lightning, Jefferson and Lynn discover Anissa’s powers and we got to look into Gambi’s shady past that even includes a relationship with Lady Eve. Also, Jefferson struggles with the thought of taking vengeance or doing the right thing as the hero of the people of Freeland.
With that said, let’s take a moment to look at next weeks episodes of The Flash and Black Lighting.
The Flash – Enter Flashtime
As we can see by the promo above, The Flash will have his hands full stopping a detonating bomb in Central City. But the problem in that the bomb has already gone off, the only thing slowing it down is The Flash moving at super speed.
Here is the official synopsis:
JESSE QUICK AND JAY GARRICK TEAM UP WITH THE FLASH — When a nuclear bomb detonates in downtown Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin), Jesse Quick (guest star Violett Beane) and Jay Garrick (guest star John Wesley Shipp) slow down time by entering Flashtime. As everyone in the city is frozen, the three speedsters push themselves to the breaking point to save the city and everyone in it.
Gregory Smith directed the episode written by Todd Helbing & Sterling Gates.
Black Lightning – Equinox: The Book of Fate
Jefferson Piece has a lot to deal with. He knows that the man who killed his father is alive and running the 100 as well as discovering that his daughter Anissa has superpowers. By the looks of the promo, both Tobias Whale and Lady Eve are starting to get very uncomfortable with their run-ins with Black Lightning, making them more dangerous than ever.
Here is the official Synopsis:
THE NEW NORMAL — Black Lightning’s (Cress Williams) pursuit for Tobias (Marvin Jones III) continues. Anissa (Nafessa Williams) continues to find herself in the new normal. China Anne McClain, Christine Adams, Damon Gupton and James Remar also star.
The episode was written by Lamont Magee and directed Billy Woodruff (#107).
Next Tuesday night is shaping up to be very intense for both shows. Which are you looking forward to? Let us know in the comment section below!
The CW’s The Flash airs Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. & Black Lighting at 9 p.m. on The CW.
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Source: The CW