The Flash

Aired: May 12, 2015 , Tuesday at 20:00 on CW

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Episode Summary: As Wells once again gets the upper hand on the S.T.A.R. Labs team, Barry realizes he needs to make a big move and reaches out to an old foe, Captain Cold, for help. Joe and Caitlin warn Barry that Cold can't be trusted. True to form, Cold has his own agenda that involves the meta-humans trapped in the containment cells. As things seem to be going from bad to more
... worse, The Flash gets reinforcements - Arrow and Firestorm.
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Rogue Air

There was a lot going on in that hour, wasn't there? As a matter of fact, The Flash Season 1 Episode 22 felt a little bit like a finale, of sorts. At least as far as a few of the storylines go for the season. Unless I'm reading it all wrong, for the time being we've put a cap on the metahumans and the Rogues, Iris and Eddie, as well as the Reverse Flash (in the present). The Flash Photos from "Rogue Air" Start Gallery more

Rogue Air

Across the city, Iris, Joe, Barry, Caitlin, and Cisco contemplate what has happened. Harrison tells Eddie that he will get back everything that was taken from him. At Jitters, Iris contemplates the return labels for her wedding. Barry comes in and Iris explains that she ordered too many, and Barry assures her that they're going to find Eddie. She wonders how, pointing out that Barry has searched Central City repeatedly. Barry says that Harrison killed his mother, and he won't let Harrison take any... more

Finale Preview: 4 Reasons Why Barry Shouldn't Go Back and Save His Mother

The finish line for CW's The Flash season 1 is rapidly speeding toward us. Pun very much intended. The exact events of what will occur in "Fast Enough" is a guarded secret but The Flash releasing the trailer puts it into a bit more focus. It appears that Barry Allen will do the impossible yet again and travel back in time to save his mother's life. Sounds great, happy endings for everybody, right? Not so much, even ignoring tweets from star Grant Gustin about the finale being heartbreaking, this could... more



The Flash, Post-Crisis: Now We Know What That Iris Photo Is All About

A #2020FirstLook mystery has been solved. Back in December — during TVLine’s popular, month-long unfurling of photos from the new year of television — our exclusive look at The Flash‘s first post-Crisis episode raised some questions. Namely, what’s ailing Iris (played by Candice Patton)? Now, The CW has released the synopsis for The Flash‘s midseason premiere, and it confirms that, yes, Iris’ intrepid reporting has landed he... more

Flash Meets Flash! Grant Gustin and a Gobsmacked Melissa Benoist React to Movie Hero's Cameo in 'Crisis'

Even Supergirl’s super vision didn’t see this one coming. We’re of course talking about Tuesday’s surprise “Crisis on Infinite Earths” cameo. Midway through the Arrow portion of the annual CW crossover, Ezra Miller’s big-screen version of The Flash appeared opposite Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen. The sequence in question took place at STAR Labs, as Barry struggled with his re-entry into the Speed... more

'Crisis on Infinite Earths': Epic Cameo Connects DC Film and TV Universes

Ezra Miller’s iteration of the Flash just crashed the DC TV universe. Miller made a cameo on The CW’s big crossover event, “Crisis on Infinite Earths,” on Tuesday night, officially connecting the TV and film universes of DC. He reprised the superhero that he appeared as “Justice League” in, right alongside Grant Gustin’s own Barry Allen. The CW’s sixth annual “Crisis on Infini... more


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