The Flash: License to Elongate Synopsis Released

has launched the official synopsis for “License to Elongate,” the November 19 episode of The Flash. In the episode, Ralph Dibny takes his flip being prepped for all times with out The Flash following the upcoming Crisis, whereas Chester P. Runk comes again, in a narrative that includes Cecile. Given that Chester is a personality with a protracted historical past within the comics, we’ve to wonder if he would possibly find yourself coming into the story in an even bigger method as soon as the Crisis has occurred and Team Flash is being reconstituted with a brand new establishment and a little bit bit much less imminent, private hazard. Either method, it seems like his story will assist give Joe and Cecile one thing to do.

Given that Ralph is having an enormous episode, too, one can hope that possibly we’ll get some motion on the Sue Dearborn storyline, which has been quietly taking part in out on the again burner for the reason that starting of the season. It looks as if, the nearer the Crisis will get, the extra dedicated the present has turn out to be to establishing what comes subsequent, in order that they do not go into 2020 with every little thing feeling too neatly wrapped up. You can try the official synopsis for “License to Elongate” under.

RALPH GOES DEEP UNDERCOVER – Barry (Grant Gustin) turns his consideration to prepping Elongated Man (Hartley Sawyer) for all times after Crisis and with out The Flash, however Ralph in the end teaches Barry a lesson. Meanwhile, Cecile (Danielle Nicolet) faces her personal second of self-discovery whereas serving to a recuperated Chester P. Runk (visitor star Brandon McKnight) reclaim his identification. Danielle Panabaker directed the episode written by Thomas Pound & Jeff Hersh.


The Flash returns for its sixth season this fall, pitting Barry Allen in opposition to new and previous foes whereas on an obvious suicide run towards the future he has been hoping to keep away from for the reason that collection premiered. Way again in 2014, followers realized that — as within the comics — Barry Allen would give his life within the Crisis on Infinite Earths, serving to to flip again the Anti-Monitor and save the multiverse. That occasion would happen in May of 2024…or so all of us thought. Due to some modifications to the timestream over the past season of The Flash, Barry’s date with future has been moved up to December 2019, when all 5 of The CW’s interconnected DC Comics exhibits will cross over for “Crisis On Infinite Earths,” and followers will get to see how Barry tries to outrun his destiny.

The Flash airs at eight p.m. ET/PT, Tuesday nights earlier than Arrow on The CW.

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