Flash contemplates the importance of small moments and struggles with his feelings for Peter. Talking to Spider-man happens to be easier than talking to Peter, and a few things begin to make sense when Flash starts putting the pieces together.
"It feels better, right?" is the part that gets me, because it explains everything about Flash ever.
That one sentence adds so much dimension to Flash, and then he adds sympathy to his repertoire too. This scene was so short and yet it was so moving. And I feel so sorry for all the people in the world who can’t see the depth in this.
"I know what this is. Every day, for as long as I can remember, my father has left every morning and he’s put a badge on his chest and strapped a gun to his hip. And every day, for as long as I can remember I haven’t known if he was gonna make it home.”