Earlier this year, Kevin Smith directed one of the best episodes of The Flash in its second season, in one of the more mythological and emotional episodes in the show’s history. It wasn’t long after the episode’s airing, and positive response from both critics and fans alike as well, before Smith was confirmed to be returning again to direct in the show’s third season, and it looks like we may know the subject of his season 3 episode.
Smith tweeted out a picture of the episode’s script on Twitter recently, craftily covering up the title with his pen, but that wasn’t enough to stop one fan from playing with the image’s brightness and color settings, to reveal the episode’s title underneath the first page.
In fact, it looks like Smith’s next Flash episode will be titled none other than “Killer Frost,” signaling an unexpected return from the villainous metahuman.
— KevinSmith (@ThatKevinSmith) September 14, 2016
— Pagey ⚡️ (@Pagmyst) September 14, 2016
Now, as many fans will know, the last time that Killer Frost was on the show, it was the Earth-2 doppelganger version of Caitlin Snow, who was stabbed through the stomach by Zoom and left to bleed out and die.
This title suggests that either she lived through the encounter though, or that Earth-1 Caitlin is going to be undergoing some serious changes in the new season, and it’s possible that Barry could lose another member of his S.T.A.R. Labs crew this season.
The Flash season 3 will premiere on the CW on Tuesday, October 4th.
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