‘The Flash’: Caitlyn Snow And Faux Jay Garrick Date Revealed In Deleted Scene, Season 3 Theme Revealed

The Flash Season 3 is roughly a month away, and the Flashpoint Paradox will begin to roll out, but before fans dive into the next season, Comicbook reports that a deleted scene from The Flash Season 2 just dropped.

Jay and Caitlin had the running romantic portmanteau of a moniker  SnowJay, and captured the more romantic storyline loving fans, hoping for something meaningful between them. For those still holding out, hope against hope, here is a deleted date scene for SnowJay.

Entertainment Weekly  posted that video for your perusal of The Flash Season 2 deleted scene here.

Caitlin and faux Jay Garrick are seen in a coffeehouse scene, sharing a coffee at Jitters. Jay Garrick (Faux Jay) lets fans know it is a date, by essentially calling it as such, and delivering a romantic line to set the mood.

“You know, you don’t get too many coffee dates when you only know five people in the universe. This world also has a lot mine doesn’t – a lot of beauty to offer.”

The Flash fans who share an everlasting fondness for SnowJay will surely have their hearts melt.

However, The Flash Season 2 is over, that wasn’t the real Jay Garrick, and Season 3 is almost upon the fans who are likely eagerly awaiting it.

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The Flash Season 3 is all about the Flashpoint Paradox. That, of course, fans already know. However, according to executive producer Andrew Kreisberg, there is a deeper theme to Season 3 that underlies the whole thing.

“One of the themes is what does it mean to have power, what you do with that power, and is power ultimately corrupting?”

“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” as Lord John Acton would say, and that is a 17th century quote. So, the theme Kreisberg is touching on in The Flash Season 3 is nothing new, but how it plays out through the comic book TV adaptation medium is yet to be seen.

[Image Courtesy of The CW]

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