The Flash: "Enemy At the Gates" Synopsis Released

Chillblaine (John Cor) made his debut earlier this season on The Flash with the cold-powered bad guy proving to not only be an antagonist for Frost (Danielle Panabaker) but potentially a love interest as well despite his less-than-heroic ways. While viewers last saw Chillblaine being taken down by Frost after he and several inmates broke out of Iron Heights following a storm, we certainly haven't seen the last of him. The CW has released a synopsis for "Enemy At the Gates", the upcoming fifteenth episode of The Flash's seventh season, and in it, Chillblaine returns -- as does another familiar, yet mysterious villain.

Per the synopsis, Chillblaine is released from prison and is allegedly a reformed man, something that Frost doubts, but Team Flash has another huge problem on their hands. An army of Godspeeds has attacked Central City, causing Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) to have to put their personal goals on hold to save their city. You can check out the synopsis below.

CHILLBLAINE IS RELEASED FROM PRISON – When an army of Godspeeds attack Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) must put their family plans on hold and focus on the latest threat to their home. Meanwhile, Chillblaine (guest star John Cor) is released from prison and claims to be reformed but Frost (Danielle Panabaker) has her doubts. Geoff Shotz directed the episode with story by Jason V. Gilbert and teleplay by Thomas Pound.

During last year's DC FanDome, The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace explained why Godspeed is one of the more important villains for Team Flash, noting that utilizing the more contemporary villain allows younger fans to have an attachment to the series and the story in the same way fans more versed with Golden and Silver Age villains do.

"Two things. One, the current run of the comics that Joshua is writing is terrific. And I want to make sure that new fans especially new young fans who are reading the comic book right now are welcomed to the show," Wallace explained. "So it's not just Silver Age villains and Bronze Age villains there might be a young girl or a young boy who is reading those flash comics right now and going where's my villain my generation's villain."

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He continued, "I want that same experience for a young person now to go well. My villain is Godspeed. He's only eight years of it's only around for five or eight years or so. So bringing him in is very important to me to expand the audience that's number one. Two, Godspeed. Unlike say, Reverse Flash has no emotional connection to the Flash. So the question is, why is godspeed angry at the flash. We got to keep the show fresh. We've got more to say."

The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW. "Enemy At the Gates" airs June 29th.