'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 4 will reveal Cisco's plans to save Barry while Dr. Rosso turns completely evil

'The Flash' Season 6 Episode 4 will reveal Cisco's plans to save Barry while Dr. Rosso turns completely evil

The pre-Crisis chapters of 'The Flash' have left no stone unturned to establish that the 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' is the greatest battle our heroes will ever face.

For Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) in particular, it's more than just a war. Three episodes of the new season have firmly cemented the fact that he will be one of the casualties of the war and his death will be a necessary sacrifice for billions to be saved. 

While the 'Crisis' looms large, the Scarlet Speedster also has a disturbing foe in Bloodwork (Dr. Ramsey Rosso played by Sendhil Ramamurthy) who is all set to make life harder for team Flash and the people of Central City. 


Episode 4, 'There Will be Blood', has the most obvious reference to the chilling villain and perhaps gives the world a glimpse of Rosso's fully transformed Bloodwork.

The promo of the chapter shows him assaulting a scientist and wrecking a lab. There's a fair bit of horror element added. Call it a Halloween special if you like, but the episode does dish out the spook factor. 

The official synopsis reads: "Barry's efforts to prepare Cisco for Crisis are derailed when Cisco schemes to save Barry's life instead; Ramsey Rosso uses his deadly new abilities to save his own life, and he sacrifices his humanity in the process."



It's interesting to see what Cisco's (Carlos Valdes) plan is to save Barry. The resident wunderkind has been a great asset to Team Flash and Barry's close friend, so it doesn't come as a surprise if he has a plan up his sleeve, something Barry may fully not agree to.

But its a plan.  Fans have been asking for more "SnowBarry" screentime and it looks like their wish has been granted as the promo sees the two do a bit of evil-fighting together. 

On a side note, a few other members of Team Flash have received ample screentime as well. Hartley Sawyer's Ralph Dibny met his mother in 'Dead Man Running' while Joe West (Jesse L. Martin) and Danielle Nicolet's Cecile Horton have played key roles in the episodes aired so far.


It is evident Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) and Cisco will have prominent parts to play in assisting Barry over the course of the series, while also having their character arcs explained.

Meanwhile, Harrison Nash Wells (Tom Cavanagh)  has some explaining to do. What are your thoughts on 'There Will Be Blood'?

'The Flash' season six airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm on The CW. 


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