The Flash Season 4 episode 17 will see Barry Allen’s life in danger as he tackles the remaining bus metas spreading chaos in Central City. However, fans will have to wait a bit longer for the seventeenth episode as The CW series is on yet another hiatus and will not resume its run until April. Nonetheless, here are a few details revealing what to expect when the show returns.
In the last week’s episode, Iris became Central City speedster, saving the day. One of the bus metas, Matthew Kim with the power to transfer the powers to another individual, gives Barry’s powers to Iris. However, at the end of the episode, Kim gives Barry his powers back and Iris admits that she is happy being the team leader.
When the show returns with The Flash Season 4 episode 17, Barry Allen is back at work and goes after the remaining bus metas spawned by the supervillain, Clifford DeVoe. The upcoming episode is titled “Null and Annoyed” and it features the introduction of a DC Comics supervillain named Null. She happens to be a jewel thief, who acquired the power to manipulate gravity. Ralph, after managing to return from The Thinker’s custody will tag along with Barry on a new mission.
The extended promo gives a glimpse at the events of The Flash Season 4, episode 17 revealing a difficult time for Barry as he comes face to face with Null. While Iris tries to prepare the scarlet speedster for the challenges ahead, Barry still finds himself in an awkward situation that may lead to a fall to his death. Scroll down to watch the extended trailer for “Null and Annoyed.”
As reported earlier, the upcoming episode is directed by comic book writer and filmmaker Kevin Smith. He is not only helming the episode but will also appear for a brief cameo alongside his frequent Podcast collaborator Jason Mewes. As revealed in his latest episode of Fatman and Batman podcast, the duo will appear as two security guards.
The Flash Season 4 episode 17 “Null and Annoyed” airs April 10 on The CW. Keep visiting Pursue News for more updates and information.
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