Cry babies better beware as the new season premiere of The Flash threatens to overthrow audiences everywhere with gut wrenching drama that will get everyone weeping during each episode's climax, MTV reports.
Apparently there are a good many scenes in the season's opening of The Flash that will go down as one for the books. Barry Allen, played by Grant Gustin, had a good many scenes to get tear stains down the viewers' cheeks.
Some flash back scenes take the audience back to heart aching moments such as when Ronnie Raymond gave himself to save Central City or when Joe and Barry get wrapped up in confrontational scenes in The Flash that remind us why the characters have to push themselves to be strong when life slumps way down in the dumps.
After almost getting obliterated to oblivion after a daft decision to go after Atom Smasher alone, Barry gets a moving pep talk from Joe, telling him to stop monopolizing the blame game.
Another tear-strained scene pops up in an exchange with Caitlin. While Barry doesn't believe that he deserves to be called a hero after all has been said and done, Cait gives him the most affirming moment of his life when she calls him out and insists that he is a hero.
Meanwhile, it's not just the tearjerkers that have viewers talking about the premier episode. Variety reports that the biggest pull of all is the bang that unveiled several revelations: first, it was Ronnie and Martin's Firestorm that was responsible for opening the wormhole that almost destroyed the city in last season's finale of The Flash.
Second, Barry's solo flight encounters with the Atom Smasher are totally explosive, thus setting the part for a newcomer to arrive. Enter Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) who swooshes in with an important warning for The Flash team. Third, Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) becomes the means by which Barry's father is vindicated and his name cleared over the murder of Barry's mother.