Barry Allen, crime lab detective, is transformed into the Flash, the fastest man alive, and takes on the Dark Riders, a motorcycle gang terrorizing Central City. Written by
Steve Hill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
His justice is fast. And furious.
Did You Know?
M. Emmet Walsh plays the father of Tim Thomerson. In real life, Walsh is only 11 years older than Thomerson. Walsh also plays the husband of Priscilla Pointer and their characters are supposed to be close in age. In real life, Pointer is 11 years older than Walsh. See more
The building used in the prison scene is one that is wholly inadequate for its purpose. Chief Cooper refers to the inmates as "...serial killers, hit men and the worst scum on earth...", yet there are corridors with large windows with unreinforced glass; interior scenes show as many as six occupants per cell and mixed male and female populations in the same cell block. Furthermore, Pike is able to shoot out the lock on an access tunnel with one shot. None of these conditions would be considered adequate for a prison holding the kinds of criminals the chief described. See more
You're not with the Homicide department, are you?
No. Crime Lab. Want to film us pouring plaster into tire tracks?
[to her cameraman
Cut it. Let's see if we can find a real detective.
Well, see if you can find us a real newscaster while you're at it. I swear she was on the Shopping Channel selling earrings last week.
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