Diane had her politics and business savvy put to the test by a fetal organ video, and Grace inadvertently took advantage of it to bring clients to Florrick/Quinn.
Grodd abducted Caitlin in effort to "repeat Grodd." Barry moped about getting his ass kicked by Zoom.
Alicia and Lucca tackled a complicated deposition involving driverless cars while Eli and Ruth courted a wealthy new donor.
The deductive duo get a gig with the FBI about a brainwashing algorithm, and Joan finally came face-to-face with Morland Holmes.
A plan to lure out Zoom worked...and had speedster-threatening results for results for Barry.
After five episodes of set-up (if we're being generous) and/or running around in circles (if we're being real), the show decided to do some actual stuff.
On the outs with all professional law enforcement agencies, Sherlock attempted to solve a case to save Joan's career in the season premiere.
The team had to deal with two breachers: Harrison Wells of Earth Two and Doctor Light. Jay had very strong opinions about both.
Quentin's old anti-vigilante task force was causing trouble in Star City, but it was pretty boring trouble.
Team Flash rushed to find a suitable Firestorm partner for an ailing Martin. Iris laid down law with Francine, but found out some surprises.