'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 16 Preview: Will Mirror-Iris drain Barry of his remaining speed?
Barry hasn't noticed much of a change in Iris, as he's rather torn over the death of the Speed Force
Good news Arrowverse fans, 'The Flash' is returning this week. The CW show, that had been delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, will return on Tuesday, April 21 at its scheduled time at 8 pm. This is going to be an exciting watch, as a lot of things have been occuring in 'The Flash', for the past few episodes. For starters, Iris (Candice Patton) is still trapped in the Mirrorverse, while Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor) carries out her sinister plans with the help of Iris and Kamilla's mirror clones in the real world.
Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) hasn't noticed much of a change in Iris, as he's rather torn over the death of the Speed Force. He might have to recreate an artificial Speed Force, before he can find a way to get to the real one.
The next episode titled 'So Long And Goodnight', sees the return of Sue Dibny as well as another foe. The synopsis for the episode reads, "After Black Hole hires Rag Doll to kill Joe, Singh suggests that Joe go into the witness protection program, while Ralph runs into Sue and Iris becomes suspicious of Eva."
There's going to be a lot of thrilling action in this episode, as Joe West (Jesse L Martin) becomes the next target for the notorious villain Rag Doll. Iris might finally realise that Eva McCulloch isn't the lost and broken woman she is pretending to be and has sinister plans. In the promo, a desperate Barry is heard saying that he is barely hanging on and that he isn't sure whether he will be able to save another life. Eva tells Mirror Iris to drain Barry of his remaining speed.
However, Mirror-Iris looks rather doubtful about this, but that could just be speculation. Earlier, she had told Barry that losing his speed wasn't the worst thing. The Scarlet Speedster still couldn't figure out that there was something wrong, as the real Iris would never tell him something like that.
The upcoming episodes promise action, and a rocky road for West-Allen shippers. Will Barry recover his Speed Force?
'The Flash' airs on CW Tuesdays at 8 pm.