Killer Frost comes in and out when we need her for a fight, but other than a one time reference of her drinking with the boys and Caitlin wanting to know what happened, she’s been our muscle, not our friend. Now Caitlin is letting her out to play, and Frost has some growing pains to work through.
She doesn’t do well in social settings. You can’t take her anywhere, and an art show wasn’t the right place for her to make her debut.
When in last week's episode they talked about giving Killer Frost the opportunity to experience living a life, an art exhibition would have been the last place I expected her to make an entrance #TheFlash pic.twitter.com/VHqs1eoBEl
— chakramLegends (@chakramLegends) October 16, 2019
It was the perfect place for her to put down everyone’s work, though. In some cases, I agreed with her. I’ve never been a fan of modern art, so watching Frost (Danielle Panabaker) put down random pieces was pretty funny. Not that it makes it right. Art is subjective, and if we all liked the same thing, that would make life pretty dull.
We went from Frost making fun of everyone’s work to wanting to create her own and getting frustrated that she couldn’t do it. I like to say I can’t even draw stick figures, so I feel your pain, Frost.
Frost is excellent at fighting, but she hasn’t had much experience with this thing called life.
Pumpkin Spice n’ Cyanide summed it up perfectly, calling her an angsty teen. She essentially is a teen entering the world.
Killer Frost is an angsty teen, and I love her. D: #TheFlash
— Pumpkin Spice n' Cyanide (@pinkmegadrill) October 16, 2019
When she couldn’t replicate a picture, she finally understood how she made the artists feel. Frost was feeling guilt for the first time. Will she feel guilty over using Caity’s credit cards? Maybe they should have talked about boundaries before Caitlin let Frost take over.
I hope we get to see Ralph give her a lesson in finances. I quite enjoyed Cisco teaching her about guilt and wanting to express herself.
Frost may have an eye for art, after all. All of the pieces she bought were quite nice, but nothing will be as precious as the drawing she did.
— Nora Dominick (@noradominick) October 16, 2019
Is letting Killer Frost have a life a fun story device when there’s about to be all gloom and doom until Barry disappears, or is there something more to it?
So what if Caitlin dies in the crossover but killer Frost lives and that’s why they’re trying to set up killer Frost this season and giving her more character… It would honestly make a lot of sense. 🤔😱😳 #theflash #CrisisOnInfiniteEarths pic.twitter.com/dhYE301aPJ
— INFOTEX (@INFOTEXYT) October 11, 2019
I’m here for Frost building a life for herself. It’s fun, but I know not all fans are happy about this storyline. I’m enjoying the contrast between getting teary and nervous when Barry is on screen and then the lightheartedness when Ralph, Frost, and Cisco are on. I love emotional episodes, but if it’s going to be one long emotional wreck until December 10, I need that balance of our three fun characters.
Are you here for the Killer Frost storyline or want Caitlin back pronto? Leave me a comment below or tweet me @MandyTTCarr.