Well, at least it didn't get worse than last week. And the end had one tiny little moment where Baylin almost talked about feeling a part of a tribe among Flash & Co. that was almost touching. At least I could see what they were trying for, even if they mostly failed to get there. It was one really stupid premise, though. And one really bad actor playing Nick. Though considering what he had to do in that role, maybe the problem isn't his acting. And I really just have a hard time getting past their use of the Queen song in the promos and their utter failure to have anything similar used during the opening credits; instead they use this generic boring music that could've come from any made-for-TV movie and title effects that just have no pizazz whatsoever. Oh, and a personal note to Flash... you look really dorky combing your hair back all puffy. Keep the part and the dangling bit of hair up front. It's infinitely more attractive.