It's a late review and I'll keep it a bit short.
A series of homicides have been stirring up in Central City and no one can find out who is responsible. The Flash gets on the case along with Detective West but they soon learn that the one responsible has the ability to become a deadly vapor. The only question is that if the Flash can be able to succeed without getting himself suffocated by the metahuman's deadly power.
From what I've seen, it's another good episode. The performances are solid, the action is good and the new villain is disturbing but also threatening. I mean that, one minute he's human and the next he becomes a living mass of vapor that's poisonous to breathe in. We know how that affected the Flash and it wasn't pretty. Oh and we get some interesting exposition on what had occurred before the accident. I won't spoil it but man, it's gutwrenching and funny thing is that Robbie Amell (Stephen Amell's brother) plays the character Ronnie Raymond. It's something else. And yeah, there's even a flashback involving Dr. Wells himself. That's concerning because we see in the last two episodes, he's willing to do whatever possible to help the Flash. What is he hiding? Does it relate to a possible future? We do already have established that in the end of the first episode, we learn that in 10 years time Flash would disappear due to a Crisis, similar to Crisis on Infinite Earths. Well whatever the reasons, sooner or later Barry will find out and when he does it won't be pretty.
I hope in the later episodes we get to see more of the Rogue's Gallery. Episode 1 had the Weather Wizard and Episode 2 was Multiplex. Let's hope next week we'll find something interesting.
My final score for Things You Can't Outrun a 9 out of 10. Yeah, it's another great episode and it pitted the Flash in a serious situation against someone that he may not be able to beat. Well after watching it, I doubt it but either way, it was interesting.
That's it for this week. See ya next week.
Listening to: Menu 2 - Super Smash Bros. Melee