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‘The Flash’ promo: 3×02 “Paradox”

He really messed up this time.

If you missed the season three premiere of The Flash, there is still time to catch up before tonight’s all-new episode, “Paradox”. In this episode, Barry starts to realize the extent of the damage he’s done. He thought he had fixed everything with his original timeline when he let Reverse Flash loose to re-kill his mom. The only thing he really fixed was Reverse Flash’s role in the original timeline.

We learned last week that  the one person Barry cares about most is the first one he realizes he really screwed up. Iris and her dear ol’ dad aren’t on the best of terms.

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So, what do we learn from the “Paradox” trailer? Honestly, not much. But we know that we’ll get to see Felicity Smoak in this episode, and we’ll be introduced to Julian Dorn, played by Tom Felton. Dorn is a CSI who, as a result of the paradox, now shares Barry’s lab, and apparently doesn’t like him much even though he’s “like pudding.”

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It seems Felicity is wrong. Everyone loves pudding except Julian Dorn. One thing we definitely learn from this promo is that Barry is acting unusual and everyone around him wants to know. He doesn’t do a very good job of covering up the fact that he’s totally screwed up the world. Gee, I wonder how he plans to fix his mistake this time. I’m sure the time wraiths are wondering that too.

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Source image: The CW/The Flash

What do you think Barry will do? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and be sure to check back here for a recap of “Paradox.”

The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW. If you’re looking for more on your favorite speedster, check out our fandom page.

Featured image credit: Dean Buscher/The CW

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Nikki Reid

Hi! I'm Nikki. I am a shameless TV addict! My dearest friends are Netflix and DVR. I am a former journalist with experience in both print and broadcast media, but my passion is creative writing. Combining my love for writing with my obsession for all things TV, places me smack dab in the middle of the best of both worlds.

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