I felt like the Iris' line was weird, because it seemed like she was saying "The Monitor was wrong. Oliver died differently than he foresaw, so maybe you don't have to die at all."
And I was like, "But Oliver still died!"
The episode spoke to me. I have diabetes and the visual of Scott always checking his glucose is totally me.
I also related to the cable vs. streaming thing. I recently cut cable and just stream and use an antenna. And yeah, the cable guy "window" stuff cracked me up. I once had an appointment for between 12-5 pm, took off work for the afternoon and got home to a "Sorry we missed you" note because they had shown up at 9 am.
It was weird too because she seemed to be doing fine controlling her powers when they were playing. It was just an accident when she hit Anna. Kids have accidents when they play. Erasing a whole kingdom's memory over it and closing the castle and keeping the kids apart was overkill. Elsa only got self-conscious about it when her parents freaked out.
Imagine dropping your kid when you're tossing him up in the air. Does that mean you should never pick your kid up again?