What dive Cisco in the great depression ? Fortunately for him and for us, the answer is no. It has also been possible to discover to the screen, this story has mostly helped Kamilla – his new girlfriend, to find her place in his life and to reveal its strengths.
A couple more strong
“It was I think the biggest challenge of this episode, this strange relational dynamics between Cisco, Kamilla and the third party invisible, which was the memory of Gypsy and the tragedy that surrounded ithas, in particular, entrusted with Carlos Valdes, the performer of Cisco, to TVGuides.
However, the actor was then recalled, and all that has been done by the couple in the course of this history has only strengthened their own relationship : “This episode really focuses on them and how they must navigate in the face of this tragedy. And what they do determines their success at the end of the episode. I would say that after having been tested at a very high level of difficulty, they come out even more strong, welded before“. In other words, despite this terrible ordeal, Cisco helped Kamilla has managed to move forward and turn the page of a part of his life. And on this occasion, he even left to talk about his feelings in a beautiful statement.
Good news for Barry, who has made him the new leader of the Team after his disappearance, the role that Cisco had, until then, still struggling to comprehend : “It is a great responsibility. I’m not sure that it is 100% certain having the capacity to be the leader, but in view of the circumstances, it must be done“.
A character who gains maturity by drawing in a tragedy, no doubt Cisco is a hero.
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