So we now have not just metahumans but Earth 2 doppelgangers endangering the city, so maybe it's time we had two speedsters helping out! Did that happen? Lets find out...
We open right where we left off: Jay Garrick revealing who he is and why he is on Earth. He was fighting the new big bad, Zoom, when the singularity drew him in from his Earth. I will say that this is a great way to introduce Zoom and he looks petrifying. Not only does it show how much of a monster he is both physically and mentally, but also promotes the mystery of who the guy actually is. I've seen a lot of people say it's Eddie or future Barry, but in my opinion I think theres a good chance he could be Selkirk in the new Flash comics as an amalgamation between him and Jay Garrick's Reverse Flash AKA the Rival.
Along with Jay and Zoom, we get another new character for the cast, Patty Spivot. Throughout the episode, she keeps trying to join Joe West's Anti-Metahuman Task Force, after being inspired by the Flash and swearing to put evil Meta's behind bars.
If I had to point out any negatives to the episode it would have to be Barry's original interactions with Jay Garrick. He was just a huge unnecessary jerk! He explains later in the episode that he is just wary since Wells betrayal, but REALLY? Refusing details on the Meta-of-the-Week? Criticizing his friends for being so trusting? Locking Jay up in the Metahuman cells at STAR Labs, especially when Caitlin tested him to see that he had no powers?! This is BARRY ALLEN, probably the friendliest DC hero of all time!
In the end, with the exception of Barry's Jerk mode and disappoint from lack of double speedster action, this episode continues the amazing Flash show, and helps continue hyping season 2.
+Jay Garrick and Patty Spivot for the win
+Simple explanation of the Multiverse
-Only one speedster for this team up
-Barry is an unnecessary dick