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Blast from the Past: A Major Character Returns to the Central City

In the season 2, when Zoom captured Wally west and threatened to kill him if Flash doesn’t give up his speed force, he complied and then Zoom/Hunter Zolomon became the fastest man alive across the multi-verse. He tried to kill Barry but Caitlin intervened and he took her to Earth-2. Killer Frost (Caitlin Snow Doppelganger) is also locked in Zoom’s cage along with a mysterious man in the iron mask, she cut a deal with Caitlin to help her break free from the cage in return for a safe return to Earth-1. When she came out, she turned on Caitlin and tried to kill her only to be stabbed by Zoom.

The Flash -- "Welcome to Earth-2" -- Image FLA213a_0397b -- Pictured: Danielle Panabaker as Killer Frost -- Photo: Diyah Pera/The CW -- © 2016 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.

The executive producer Andrew Kreisberg is visibly excited at how things panned out and are hopeful of next season’s success, when he was asked about the possible character arc for Caitlin Snow, he hinted at the possibility of Caitlin’s mom and her doppelganger coming into the show, he said “We haven’t met Caitlin’s mother yet. We got a little talk between the two women, which will probably play out in Season 3.” She was once mentioned in the show when Caitlin Snow met her Earth-2 doppelganger, Killer Frost, she said to her they both share estranged “Icy” mothers.

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Kevin Smith, a famous director who directed an episode of the Flash last time explaining speed force, he is all set to begin shooting another episode for the upcoming season. He tweeted an image which revealed the title of the episode and it’s Killer Frost. This triggered a speculation that a negative version/earth-2 doppelganger of Caitlin Snow/Danielle Panabaker would return to the show. But how can she come back ever if she is dead? Well, she can either return due to Flashpoint or she could simply be another Killer Frost in a multi-verse (maybe from Earth-3).

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