Watch The Flash Season 1 Episode 11 The Sound and the Fury Streaming
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The Flash Season 1 Episode 11 The Sound and the Fury Streaming
themoviedb.org: Dr. Wells’ former protégé, Hartley Rathaway, returns to seek revenge on his mentor. Meanwhile, Iris is hired as a cub reporter; Cisco recalls his first day on the job at S.T.A.R. Labs; and Joe asks Eddie for a favor but asks him to keep it a secret from Barry.
imdb.com: A former protégé of Dr. Wells uses sound waves to attack the Flash, while Iris faces trouble in her new job.
thetvdb.com: Dr. Wells’ former protégée, Hartley Rathaway, returns to seek revenge on his mentor after being affected by the particle accelerator explosion. Now able to manipulate sound waves, the brilliant Rathaway is a dangerous threat to both Wells and The Flash. Meanwhile, Iris is thrilled when she’s hired by the Central City Picture News as their newest cub reporter. Unfortunately, her editor pairs her with a veteran reporter, Mason Bridge, who wants nothing to do with her. Cisco recalls his first day on the job at S.T.A.R. Labs when he met Hartley and Caitlin. Joe asks Eddie for a favor but asks him to keep it a secret from Barry.
Storyline About The Flash Season 1 Episode 11 The Sound and the Fury Streaming
A new villain Pied Piper is in Central city who has gloves that can manipulate the sound waves. Hartley used to work at S.T.A.R labs and was the one who made the particle accelerator. The Flash must defeat Pied Piper to keep him in the prison a second time. Dr. Wells goes to a press conference to tell the people about his secret. Joe and Eddie start their investigation on Dr. Wells. Written by Milan Benoit Craig
User Reviews For The Flash Season 1 Episode 11 The Sound and the Fury Streaming
All seems pretty good with this show. The mid-season premier was average but the show is still exciting. Everything seemed fine with Team Flash until Pied Piper came along. I enjoyed Piper for a good part of the episode, even though this Particle Accelerator villain of the week is starting to get tiresome.
Piper was out for revenge on Wells for outing him at STAR labs before the explosion happened. His first attack came at Wells’ home, which surprisingly is the first time we have seen it. I’m glad they didn’t spoil the scene with Wells using his powers for the first time on a promo for the episode. I think Arrow and Flash are culprits of giving a little bit too much away week to week on their previews. So props to CW this time around. Speaking of powers, I thought all the effects this week looked great. Last week the ‘gun’ fight looked cheesy and CGI heavy but I loved the subtle speed effects this week.
Iris got a new job this week, but I’m sorry CW, her scenes are still uninteresting. It seems as though while Iris falls further down my list of interesting characters, Caitlin jumps higher. I have been of Panabaker’s portrayal and this week she once again stood out. So even with a few botches, the CW continues to write strong female leads. Back to Piper, I thought his intentions were different than past Flash villains, but there a few too many stupid and predictable moments. Didn’t we all know that if he gets caught 20 minutes into the episode, he’s probably not actually done for the night? I have grown tired of the villains planning to get caught every time.
I really enjoyed the team dynamic this week though. The team selfie was a simple but really important moment, especially considering Wells now has a picture of the team he will likely betray in the future. Even with as sketchy as Wells is, they are giving us more material to care for him and his relationship with the crew. Plus, Wells’ “I failed this city” line was a great Arrow nod. Cisco had his usual great lines including “I assign the nicknames around here” or even his Han shot first t-shirt was a cool addition. I mean who doesn’t love a Star Wars reference in a superhero universe? So while this week didn’t particularly further any ongoing story, it was an enjoyable ride.
+Wells centric episode
+Team Flash moments
+Brief Royal Flush cameo
+Cisco continues to be the most likable character
-Piper’s typical arc
-Find a new way to originate a villain
John F. Showalter
Alison Schapker, Brooke Roberts
Grant Gustin as Barry Allen / The Flash
Tom Cavanagh as Harrison Wells
Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow
Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon
Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West
Candice Patton as Iris West
Rick Cosnett as Eddie Thawne
Roger Howarth as Mason Bridge
Andy Mientus as Hartley Rathaway / Pi…
Tom Butler as Eric Larkin