'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 15: Mirror Kamilla begins her dirty work, but is the real Kamilla dead?
Episode 14 ended with Kamilla being zapped by Mirror-Iris's mirror-gun. Kamilla had just stumbled upon the truth that Iris might just not be Iris
'The Flash' is really keen to rattle viewers with its sixth season, which has been divided into pre-Crisis and post-Crisis. Before the Crisis, we witnessed the emergence of Bloodwork (Sendhil Ramamurthy), a dangerous man who had the powers to control and congeal blood. He almost got into Barry Allen's (Grant Gustin) head and won him over to his side. Bloodwork was finally defeated and the team focussed on surviving the Crisis, which they did. The world was shaken up after the Crisis, and yet, the overflow of villains from every corner of the Earth refuses to cease.
Currently, on the show, the Black Hole plot arc needs to be wrapped up, along with Eva McCulloch who has got Iris Allen-West (Candice Patton) and Kamilla (Victoria Park) trapped in the mirror world, not to mention other numerous threads. The Reverse-Flash (Tom Cavanagh) returned but was 'exorcised' in the latest episode.
Episode 14 ended with Kamilla being zapped by Mirror-Iris's mirror-gun. Kamilla had just stumbled upon the truth that Iris might just not be Iris. She had taken a photo of hers, and Mirror-Iris had panicked, asking her to delete it. Later, Kamilla realized the photo hadn't been deleted. And when she looked closer, she found that there was a strange representation of Iris on the reel. Mirror-Iris caught her and zapped her away.
In the episode titled 'The Exorcism Of Nash Wells', Mirror-Kamilla asks Eva what happened to her 'counterpart'. Eva replies that 'she has been taken care of'. In other words, she's in the Mirrorverse with Iris, who has been looking for ways to get out of the portal for a long time. However, Eva seems to have evil plans of her own and has been instructing Mirror-Iris and Mirror-Kamilla to do her dirty work.
But it doesn't seem as if that story arc will wrap up any time soon, as currently, the speed force is dead, which means that Barry is pretty much powerless. Going by the promos, the show will be focusing more on that storyline, and maybe, Iris gets her time to shine in the season's finale.
'The Flash' airs on CW, Tuesdays at 9 pm.