The Flash S2E03: Family of Rogues preview

*potential spoilers lie ahead if you haven't seen up to season two episode two*

PREVIEW: Wentworth Miller's Captain Cold is one of the many great parts that make The Flash such a great series.

In tonight's second season debut of Captain Cold, the man known as Leonard Snart has been kidnapped, and Team Flash ally with his sister Lisa Snart (or the Golden Glider, Peyton List) for his rescue.

While that's the overarching storyline for this episode there will be so much more to sink your teeth into.

Garrick also seemed to have some chemistry with Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker), who is still reeling from the loss of her partner Ronnie Raymond - who just happens to be one half of Firestorm.

The other half of Firestorm Dr Martin Stein (Victor Garber) collapsed after revealing there were 52 portals between Earth-1 and Earth-2 in Central City.

How the team react to both will most likely continue.

Cisco (Carlos Valdes) is continuing to reveal and learn his new power, and his transformation to Vibe - which so many DC Comics fans can not wait to see - will be a major side story of the season.

A few more things:

- Tom Cavanagh's Eobard Thawne was revealed as the man who saved Earth-2's Central City. Will he make another appearance?

- What is Zoom up to, and will he visit Earth-1? One assumes he'll send a few more metahumans to Earth-1 before he takes care of business himself, but it is not out of the question.

- Speaking of Earth-2, is that where Ronnie Raymond is now? We haven't seen the last of him...

- The West family reunion. Francine West (Vanessa Williams) debuted last week, much to Joe West's (Jesse L.Martin) surprise. Does Iris (Candice Patton) know mum's back yet?

- Patty Spivot also debuted last week, and with Joe, are the "metahuman taskforce". What will Shantel VanSanten's character be up to this week?

Tell us what you think in the comments below.

The Flash airs Wednesdays at 6.30pm (AEST) on Fox 8 (Channel 108).



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