3 Questions Following ‘The Flash’ 6×05 “Kiss Kiss Breach Breach”

Tuesday’s episode of The Flash saw Cisco dealing with death in addition to being a new team leader while Barry and Iris took a 24-hour vacation. “Kiss Kiss Breach Breach” left me with a lot of questions as to what’s coming next, so here are my three biggest ones.

Can Barry be saved?

Nash Wells spent the entire episode trying to get into the same stone doorway that he saw the hologram image of The Monitor (or Anti-Monitor) enter. Joe finds him and they work on getting in, but an explosion saw them running out of oxygen. Ralph rescues them and takes them back to safety.

Nash says he knows how to save Barry from dying in the crisis. This leads me to ask two things here: one, can Barry actually be saved? Two, can you trust Nash at this point?

With as much bad luck as Team Flash has had with different versions of Wells over the years, something tells me that this Nash isn’t exactly who he says he is. It just seems too easy for him to come in and save Barry like that.

Will Cisco get his vibe powers back?

Tuesday’s episode centered all-around Cisco and his vibe powers as Breacher paid him and Kamilla a visit. With the big crisis event coming, what kind of role would Cisco play in the battle if he didn’t have his vibe powers? It could be possible that The Monitor would give him his powers back in a future episode.

As we saw in last week’s episode of Arrow, anything can happen across the multiverse with the big crisis looming. With Nash attempting to “save” Barry, can the future be changed? More so, will Cisco get his powers back?

Will Kamilla have a bigger role?

It’s probably because this week’s episode entered around Cisco but Kamilla had a really big role. It was actually a really nice change from seeing Iris as the lone female leading things. I wouldn’t mind her having a bigger role on Team Flash moving forward.

What did you think of the episode? Let me know in the comments below!

The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW.

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