'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 17: Bloodwork returns, fans say he is even more 'intimidating' than Eva McCulloch

Bloodwork returns in 'The Flash' and fans are excited to see their favorite villain back


                            'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 17: Bloodwork returns, fans say he is even more 'intimidating' than Eva McCulloch
Sendhil Ramamurthy (CW)

Things are getting to a head in 'The Flash'. Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) is struggling to prove to Cecile Horton (Danielle Nicolet) and Nash Wells (Tom Cavanagh) that the Mirror Iris isn't the real Iris West (Candice Patton). She's an evil genius and conveniently turned the tables back on him and now nobody believes him now. Talk about a stressful episode. But that's not all, because everyone's favorite villain Bloodwork (Sendhil Ramamurthy) is back. The character who is a blood-bender, last tried to get Barry over to his side just before the Crisis struck. Barry was able to shut his powers down and lock him away but it turns out, that's not enough.

The Black Hole requires his blood to get Eva McCulloch (Efrat Dor) back from the mirror.  Fans are reeling in shock and have been flooding social media with reactions.  Fans are happy to see him back. 

A fan tweeted, "Damn having bloodwork back even for a second had me like, he’s such a great villain!"

Another wrote, "Every Main Villain determines how good a season will be in the #Arrowverse #Bloodwork was in the episode for 5 minutes and I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen. Mirror master chick SUCKS."

Bloodwork gets Mirror Iris to reveal that she wants to be alive (live in the real world). "Love Bloodwork. And yes! Reflective Iris wants to be alive. Second thoughts. Uh-oh!!!! Exposed," tweeted a fan.

Some fans are quite happy that Season 6 of 'The Flash' had multiple big bads. "From what little I've seen of this season, I like the "multiple little bads" approach (Bloodwork, the mirror people, the evil CEO guy) as opposed to the "one Big Bad" approach (which had diminishing returns around the time the Thinker took over)," another wrote.

"I’m sorry, but Bloodwork is SO MUCH more intimidating than Eva. #TheFlash," a fan tweeted.

"Wow! I never thought we would see Bloodwork again this season. #TheFlash," another wrote.

"Bloodwork is dope as hell and scary as heck," a fan tweeted.

"GOD!!! Why couldn’t Bloodwork just have been the villain for THE ENTIRE SEASON?!? He’s awesome!!!"

'The Flash' airs on CW Tuesdays ay 8 pm. Tune into his intense episode.

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