The fact that both of them get into the shit is one of the ways that they gravitate back towards one another,” he shared. “They have a common malady, so to speak.
She, above anyone else, is the person that he‚Äôs going to go to, if he has something to confide or work through.”
He explains of his two best friends: “Diggle is very much the soothsayer and the person who can give him a good piece of advice. But in terms of a heart to heart and a dynamic conversation, Felicity is the one for him.”
“The fact that she‚Äôs going through something like that, maybe that‚Äôs going to cause him to open up.”
Iris West has been through a lot in the past season of The Flash.
She moved in with Barry Allen, almost died when Clive Yorkin touched her arm and almost disappeared into a pile of ash, she got engaged, broke it off, and then got re-engaged to Barry…see, a lot of stuff!
So, what’s really ahead for Iris, knowing that what Barry saw in the future of her dying, is coming?
“Her coming to terms with the fact that she may die. Very soon, she may reach the end of her life, and that is a terrifying concept to have to deal with,” Candice Patton reveals in a new interview. “You see her start to plan for that.”
“She will ask Barry to make sure he takes care of Wally, looks out for Joe, and keeps everyone intact. She‚Äôs actively thinking about the possibility that she could die…like anyone with a terminal illness, you go through all of the emotions.”
Candice adds, “If you only have so much time to live, you want to live it to the fullest, and try to be there for your family. She has to come to terms with the fact that she may die.”
If you missed last night’s episode of The Flash, we suggest you go back and watch it right now!
Turning both The Flash and Supergirl into musical episodes was brilliant and we hope it happens again somewhere down the line — but first, let’s talk about how Iris and Barry are engaged again!
Towards the end of the episode, the couple worked out their problems and ended up with Barry singing his proposal to “Runnin’ Home To You”.
‚ÄúThat song is beautifully written,‚ÄĚ Candice Pattonshared. ‚ÄúWhen we got to rehearsal for the first time, I was just already in tears. I was like, ‚ÄėDang it, I should have saved it for when we were rolling!‚Äô But the great thing about that song is that every time you hear the lyrics, you get emotional.”
Grant Gustin added, “I think music in storytelling really elevates the story, when it‚Äôs done successfully and correctly. I think this is a near perfect song. I was privileged to sing it.‚ÄĚ
So what about Iris and Barry’s wedding plans? Click inside to find out!More Here! »
“There are a couple really heartbreaking scenes for anyone who‚Äôs ever lost a parent or a spouse [like] Regina,” executive producer Lizzy Weiss told TVLine.com. “I can just imagine feeling them so present that you could see them and talk to them one last time. For people who‚Äôve had a loss like that, it will be, yes, quite emotional.”
In “Memory the Heart,” a mysterious young woman has Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne (Katie Lerlerc) flooded with memories of their deceased father Angelo, and they must decide if they should let her into their lives.
Toby is caught between his mother‚Äôs wishes to baptize his son Carlton and his wife‚Äôs feelings about faith.
Melody asks her sons to make amends so the family can be together for her birthday, but it might be too late.
Switched at Birth airs TONIGHT, March 21 @ 9PM on Freeform.