Whoops! I meant to type Multiplex. Mistakes happen! I don't, however, understand the "sat beside" reference. In place of what? As for Zoom. It's confusing with Ed Thawne cast, as well. I'm not arguing that they're not messing with canon, just pointing out that's why I'm still debating.
I was making a comparison. Joe (the Detective) said Iris would figure things out if Barry wasn't careful because she's not stupid. Joe's not stupid either, but he hasn't figured it out about his daughter and Eddie. They all have a lot on their plate.
It never occurred to me the toppings were on all the pizzas. Three boxes, three toppings. I'm dense. LOL
Even the fastest man alive can be caught off guard. He's still learning the nuances of heroics.
I'm not going to further examine an obvious conversation with you. Maybe someone else will take you up on it.
There's no logic in that Roy comment. That's like saying we finally learned to use round wheels, but anyone who gets a new car should start out with square wheels, because that's what we used first. Otherwise, if the make the decision to assume the two worlds don't coexist, that's their business. Here? They're brethren baby!
Make up your mind. Your first comment suggested it was wrong of me not to know something because cast and crew said it. My reply refers to a photo preview that's already on this site and then you change your mind about using information that isn't from the show so far to form your opinion. I stick by my original review. Through THIS episode, Joe is unaware of Iris and Eddie. I don't like arguing for arguments sake.
Feel free to contact the screenwriter. This is a quote, therefore we cannot change the grammar. :-)
The official materials for the upcoming episodes say specifically that Eddie and Iris continue to hide their relationship from Joe. I only suggest Joe doesn't know because if he doesn't want her knowing about Barry because of the danger he poses, he most certainly won't want her dating a cop (just like he didn't want her to be one).
This is a light-hearted comic series. Arrow is in the middle and Gotham is dark. I don't consider this to be much like Smallville because we're dealing with adults. This isn't pre-Flash, it IS The Flash. There will always be one and done metas, but there will also be recurring metas, too.
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