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Barry Allen's father, Henry Allen is played by John Wesley Shipp who played Barry Allen in The Flash (1990).
When Barry is showing S.T.A.R. Labs his power, the camera pans to a billboard for Ferris Air. Ferris Air is the employer of Hal Jordan, the alter ego of Green Lantern.
Caitlin Snow's fiancé later husband, Ronnie, is played by Robbie Amell, cousin of Arrow (2012) star Stephen Amell.
The number 52 appears in every episode of the first season.
Mark Hamill has played all on-screen versions of James Jesse/The Trickster including the 1990 TV series and Justice League (2001), as well as this one. His costume from the original series was also shown in his latest incarnation during the episode "Tricksters".
As a nod to The Big Bang Theory (2007), Cisco is seen occasionally wearing a 'Bazinga', a 'That's my spot' or a 'Rock/Paper/Scissors/Lizard/Spock' t-shirt in homage to Flash-loving, t-shirt wearer character, Sheldon Cooper.
Amanda Pays played Tina McGee in the 1990 series as well as this one.
In the Arrow crossover episode, Iris states she'll start calling Flash by his name from now on, the Flash responds "like Ralph or something"? This is a quote from Superman (1978) during the rooftop terrace scene with Lois and Superman.
The Flash made his comic book debut in January 1940 in Flash Comics #1. The original was a research scientist named Jay Garrick who gained his abilities by breathing in radioactive vapors. The second person, Barry Allen was introduced in October 1956 in Showcase #4. He gained his powers from a lightning strike as the show details.
According to Secret Origins Annual #2 (1988), Barry Allen turns into a lightning bolt, goes back in time, and becomes the very same lightning bolt that struck him, splashing his past-self with chemicals and tranforming him into The Flash.
Grant Gustin was born the same year John Wesley Shipp filmed The Flash pilot.
After Barry wakes up at S.T.A.R labs and is being given a tour by Wells, they pass a busted open cage with a sign that says Grodd. This is a reference to Flash's enemy Gorilla Grodd, who would go on to make further appearances in the show.
The mural at the Central City police department features references to both the Flash and Arrow. Two figures included in the mural are Hermes (or Mercury) and Apollo. The Hermes figure wears the winged helmet that was adopted by the Golden Age version of the Flash, while Apollo is depicted as an archer, similar to Oliver Queen's Arrow.
Iron Heights Prison is the same prison used in Arrow (2012), where Moira Queen was being held.
Rainbow Raider's "real name," Roy G. Bivolo, is a reference to "ROYGBIV," which is the order of the colors of a rainbow: Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet.
Guest stars Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell and Robert Knepper were all Main Casts of Prison Break (2005).
Barry Allen was one of the pseudonyms used by Leonardo DiCaprio / Frank Abignale in the film Catch Me If You Can (2002), and this led to him being finally caught as most of the names he used came from comic books, as he was a minor when he started ripping off Pan-Am.
Was renewed for Season 2 in early January 2015 (having only aired 9 episodes of 23).
On the poster of The Flash, in the background you can see Big Belly Burger, Barry Allen's favorite fast food restaurant and Queen Consolidated, the business Oliver Queen, also known as Green Arrow, owns.
Grant Gustin, who plays Barry Allen in the 2014 version of The Flash, and John Wesley Shipp, who played Barry Allen in the 1990 version of The Flash, were both born in Norfolk, VA.
Starting from the episode, "Flash vs. Arrow", slight modifications were made to the Flash's suit, specifically the eyes and mouth, in order for the suit to resemble its comic companion.
At the end of the episode where Felicity visits Barry, she is traveling home by train. Barry shows up and states, "Statistically speaking, trains are the safest way to travel." Felicity quickly quips, "I thought that was planes?" This is a play on the quote Superman uses in Superman (1978) and later in Bryan Singer's homage to Richard Donner in Superman Returns (2006) when he says "Statistically speaking, planes are still the safest way to travel." However, Superman also uses this quote to refere to a train, in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987).
In the second episode, a large map of the city is shown. It is a map of Portland, Oregon with different names.
One of the four new DC Comics television series which had been scheduled to come out in 2014, the others being Gotham (2014), Supergirl and Constantine (2014). Constantine was canceled after the first season and Supergirl was pushed to 2015.
The appearance of the Barry Allen Flash is considered to mark the beginning of the "Silver Age" of comic books, leading to a revival and update of many other classic superheroes of the 30s and 40s, including Green Lantern.
In the comics, a man named Thawne was Barry Allen's twin brother and is trying to kill him.
Wally West is based on both versions with the original and his New 52 counterpart although he acts more like his New 52 Counterpart in personality.
Unlike the rest of the characters, Eddie Thawne (Rick Cosnett), Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) and his wife Tess Morgan (Bre Blair) were created specially for the show, not being part of the DC Comics Universe previously.
When you first see Barry Allen on Arrow (2012) he is carrying a magazine for the particle accelerator. The particle accelerator is what gave the flash his powers.
In episode 1x09, two guest starring are John Wesley Shipp as Barry Allen's father and Amanda Pays as Dr. Tina McGee. Both were the stars of The Flash (1990), where Shipp was Barry Allen and Pays his mentor, too called Tina McGee. However, they don't share a scene in the episode.
Grant Gustin beat out Matt Barr and James Mackay for the title role.
On the TV series, Linda Park is Barry's love interest, in the comics, she's the love interest to Barry's nephew Wally West/The Flash.
King Shark and Gorilla Grodd are the only fully CGI characters showcased on the show.
In the opener to season 4 of Arrow during the bar scene. When the camera pans the room it passes by a flight jacket with the name "Jordan". It seems to be a memorial. Hal Jordan (Green Lantern) has been teased in the show more than a few times. In season one Snart (Captain Cold) mentioned Ferris Air being closed. Barry (Flash) remarked it was due to a pilot that disappeared.
When Thawne is going back to his time, he mentions Rip Hunter as the first man to build a time machine. Rip Hunter is a superhero created in 1959 by Jack Miller and Ruben Moreira, a scientific genius capable to build time machines, turning himself in a "time agent" to prevent disasters along the history. Hunter is too the main protagonist of Legends of Tomorrow (2016), Arrow (2012) and The Flash (2014) spin-off, about time travels.
This is not the first DC based project that Clancy Brown (General Wade Eiling) has been part of. Since the mid 1990's he has done the voice of Lex Luthor in several projects including Superman (1996), Justice League (2001) and Justice League Unlimited, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies (2009), and Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes & Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and also as the voice of Parallax in the Green Lantern film.
In episode 8 of season 3 in Arrow, The Brave and the Bold, when Oliver Queen is introducing Barry Allen to Captain Lance, Lance mistakes his name as Bart Allen. In the comics, Bart Allen, who is the sidekick of the second Flash and eventually becomes the Flash himself, is Barry's grandson.
The house that Dr. Harrison Wells lives in is the same house used in The X-Files' episode "Ghost in the Machine".
Eobard Thawne is the 2nd Reverse Flash, Barry Allen's archenemy in the "Silver Age" of comic books. The 1st was Edward Clariss/Flash Rival, Jay Garrick's archenemy in the Golden Age. The 3rd was Hunter Zolomon/Zoom, Wally West's archenemy, in the Bronze Age. The 4th was Thaddeus Thawne, aka Inertia and Kid Zoom, and Bart Allen's archenemy in the Modern Age. The 5th and final was Daniel West (Iris' Brother) He is the New 52 version and the only one to be known exclusively as Reverse Flash.
Second time Michael Ironside and Peyton List portray father and daughter in a CW series based on DC Comics characters. They previously guest-starred as General Sam Lane and Lucy Lane in Smallville (2001).
In episode 17 of season 1, Trickster places a bomb on Flash's wrist and tells him if he stopped moving or tried to remove the bomb, it'll explode, which Barry removes by phasing through a semi-truck. This is a direct reference to Justice League: Doom (2012) in which Mirror Master bolts a similar bomb to Flash's wrist and tells him the same thing about it and Barry removes the bomb by passing through Iceberg.
In episode 1x18, when Ray Palmer/The Atom flies down to S.T.A.R. labs, Cisco and Caitlin say "It's a bird! No, it's a plane". This is a reference to Brandon Routh's character as Superman in Superman Returns.
As well as The Flash (1990), Barry Allen is brunette. In the original DC Comics he is blond.
Actor Vito D' Ambrosio played officer Tony Bellows in the 1990-1991 series and mayor Anthony Bellows in Season 2 of the new series.
Although the costume worn in the show is similar to the one seen in the comics, the show's suit includes a slightly different color scheme and design inputs.
The newspaper from the future that Dr. Wells keeps looking at during season 1 is a nod to the Crisis on Infinite Earths and spin off show Arrow (2012) and Bruce Wayne's/Batman's company Waynetech.
In real life, Katie Cassidy went to prom with Tyler Hoechlin who portrays Superman on Supergirl (2015).
In the comics, Wally and Iris are nephew and aunt, in the TV series, they're brother and sister.
Liam McIntyre who plays the title role in Starz TV show Spartacus: War of the Damned (2010), plays Mark Mardon (Weather Wizard) in The Flash. His Spartacus co-stars (Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Nick E. Tarabay, Katrina Law and Manu Bennett) all played roles as bad guys in Arrow (2012) (the show The Flash spun off from) and his co-star Todd Lasance is cast in season 3.
Grant Gustin played a Warbler in Glee (2009) opposite Darren Criss. Darren Criss starred in Starkid, a musical theatre group with which Carlos Valdes, who plays Cisco, is also affiliated.
The episode 8 of season 2 of The Flash and episode 8 of season 4 of Arrow are both crossover episodes called Legends of Today and Legends of Yesterday respectively. Its because the episodes build up to the spin off series called Legends of Tomorrow.
In episode 1x18, "All Star Team Up", Brandon Routh is introduced as superhero Ray Palmer/Atom. Routh is also known for his role of Superman on Superman Returns (2006), also a DC Comics' superhero.
This show is a spin-off of another DC superhero TV show, Arrow (2012).
Melissa Benoist who plays Kara Zor-El/Kara Danvers/Supergirl in Supergirl (2015) starred on the FOX hit show Glee (2009) which is where Grant Gustin (The Flash) got his big start as an enemy to the rival glee club New Directions.
Andy Mientus who played Pied Piper in the series auditioned for Barry Allen.
In season 1 episode 3, Caitlin says, "Ronnie used to say we were like fire and ice," a writer's reference to Caitlin's villainous persona Killer Frost, and Ronnie's heroic persona Firestorm. This could also be a reference to Robbie Amell's character from the Nickelodeon series True Jackson, VP. where Amell played Jimmy, who was the drummer of a band with a song called "Fire & Ice"; something he yelled more than once.
With the exception of Bart Allen, all comic book versions of the Flash appear in the tv show, although not all of them have speed.
The book bag Iris finds and gives back to Barry has a Space Ghost comic in it.
Towards the end of the first season, Snart (Captain Cold) learns of Barry's secret identity and the two call something of a truce. Originally in DC comics, Barry maintained this type of "relationship" with Snart's partner Heat Wave (Mick Rory) who had uncovered his identity.
At the start of season 1, an episode featuring The Rogues is the 4th episode and after that, an episode featuring the rogues is every 6 episode.
Many of the guest stars on this show had starred on Transformers Prime (2010):

-Clancy Brown (General Eiling) had played the human-Decepticon hybrid Cylas.

-David Sobolov (Grodd) had voiced the Decepticon Shockwave.

-Michael Ironside (Lewis Snart) had voiced the Autobot Ultra Magnus.

-Tony Todd (Zoom) had voiced the Decepticon Dreadwing.
The effect where The Flash runs into a room and displaces air causing the other character's hair to be moved in the wind is referred to by the cast and crew as "zooping".

It is achieved by Grant Gustin walking into a room and making a sudden motion to imitate deceleration while an off camera air cannon is fired at the other members of the cast to blow their hair. The red lightning special effects and sound are added in post-production.
Mike Kalinowski auditioned for both Barry Allen/The Flash and Eddie Thawne.
Jesse Quick's costume is actually the same costume used by the villain Trajectory only with an added flash emblem.
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Anthony Carrigan who plays Kyle Nimbus/The Mist on the series also plays Victor Zsasz on fellow DC show Gotham (2014).
Patrick Sabongui who plays the police captain previously played a street dealer on Arrow.
The cowls of the Flash and the Reverse Flash can't actually be taken off easily. When a character is shown donning or removing the cowl, it's either done at super speed, or there is a reaction shot inserted between the moment they begin removing the cowl and the moment their face is revealed.
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Jefferson "Jax" Jackson who was introduced as the new half of Firestorm in Season 2 (who replaces Ronnie Raymond as Martin Stein's other half), was formerly a high school football quarterback that once had a promising career with multiple scholarship offers before an injury ended that dream. This actually borrows plot elements from the New 52 origin story of both Ronnie Raymond and Cyborg aka Victor "Vic" Stone (as seen in the early issues of Justice League (2011) and The Fury of Firestorm comics and the later Secret Origins (2014) limited series). Ironically, these incidents also led to all of them becoming superheroes.
Both Candice Patton (Iris West), and Shantel Vansanten (Patty Spivot), played in One Tree Hill before their role in The Flash.
Jesse L. Martin (Joe West) and Andy Mientus (Hartley Rathaway/Pied Piper) were both on Smash (2012).
John Wesley Shipp who played Barry Allen's father Henry Allen voices the character Professor Zoom in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold. A show based off characters from DC Comics.
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In episode 1, when Grant Gustin's Barry is about to use Cisco's treadmill, he asks if the treadmill will be able to handle his speed. This is a reference to episode 1 of the 1990 Flash when John Wesley Shipp's Barry runs on a treadmill at STAR Labs and winds up destroying it by running too fast.
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Dr Harrison Wells house was used in the The X Files S1 E7 Ghost in the Machine.
Whenever Reverse-Flash comes on screen specific music plays, the first time this happens is on episode 1X9 The man in the yellow suit.
In an Arrow/Flash crossover episode, Barry Allen is reintroduced to captain Lance. Lance is unsure of Barry's name and guesses Bart Allen. Bart Allen is the grandson of the Flash, and is the future speedster.
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Wally West's rebellious attitude as seen in the show is based around the version of the character from the New 52 which was first seen when he was introduced in the Issue 31 of the previous Flash (2011) comic book series.
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In season 3, episode 9, 'fall finale', just before Barry sees future Iris killed, he walks past a 'Infantino' street sign. Carmine infantile was a DC artist that has drawn the Flash.
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Payton List who plays Lisa Snart AKA Golden Glider also plays Lucy Lane in the tv series Smallville (2001).
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In 'Grodd Lives' in season 1 and 'Gorilla Warfare' in season two we see a shot of Grodd's lair - a triangular building like the Flat Iron with a high tower at the point of the triangle, described in 'Gorilla Warfare' as a bell tower. This same building features as the establishing outside shots of Watchtower - Clark Kent and his League's HQ in later seasons of Smallville (2000)
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When Barry goes back in the timeline and saves his mom the new timeline is called flash point. The actor that plays professor stein is in a movie called Flashpoint
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Candice Patton appeared in a photo shoot for Essence Magazine alongside Kiersey Clemons who portrays the same character of Iris West in The Flash (2018).
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

In order to keep the identity of Reverse Flash a secret, on the set of "Man in the Yellow Suit," a double was wearing the costume. Although the character would eventually be blurred in the final product, the production crew did not want any wandering eyes to figure out the identity of the villain before the official reveal on the show.
In the comics, Danielle Panabaker's character Dr. Caitlin Snow has a cryogenic accident resulting in her becoming Killer Frost, nemesis of Firestorm.
When Barry is going back to the past to try and stop his mother's murder, it shows a glimpse of Caitlin Snow being Killer Frost.
The character of Hal Jordan/Green Lantern has been teased in many episodes with Ferris Airlines.It wasn't until ep.22 where his character was offically hinted at when Snart says "Ferris Air? thought this place got shut down"(Ferris Air) and Barry replies "it did, one of their test pilots disappeared" which is an essential event in Hal Jordan's induction into the Green Lantern Corps.
In the comics, Iris West and Barry Allen get married, and Iris's nephew Wally West suffers the same accident as Barry, making him Kid Flash later coming the third Flash after Barry Allen dies in the comics.
In the episode 1x07, when Farooq/Blackout criticizes Dr. Wells by the fail in the experiment with particle accelerator and the lives lost in it, Wells mentions some names as part of the victims, saying he feels responsible for everyone. Theses names are Ronnie Raymond, Ralph Dibny, Al Rothstein, Grant Emerson, Bea DaCosta and Will Everett. All these names are alter egos of the DC superheroes Firestorm, Elongated Man, Atom Smasher, Damage, Fire and Amazing Man, respectively.
When Dr. Wells visits his hidden office in S.T.A.R. Labs, a news headline from the future is shown repeatedly which states The Flash vanished during a Crisis. In the "Crisis on Infinite Earths" mini-series of comics, Barry saves reality at the expense of his life, vanishing from the new reality.
In episode 1x03 Caitlin says her and Ronnie were "like fire and ice" this is a reference to when Ronnie becomes Firestorm and Caitlin becomes Killer Frost.
Mark Hammil played the Trickster and utters the lines "I am your father" refreshing the iconic quote from Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980), one of the Star Wars films which he starred in.
In the comics, the character Cisco Ramon becomes the often mocked super hero, Vibe.
The date on the newspaper from the future would be around the time that the 10th season of the show would end.
In the pilot episode of "The Flash", the yellow streak of light reveals the face and suit of Eobard Thawne, also known as Reverse-Flash.
In the season finale, Dr. Wells said that Cisco might have been affected by the particle accelerator. This is a reference to Cisco's alter ego in the comics, Vibe. In season 2, he learns to embrace his powers and is gives himself the name Vibe.
In the DC comic books, Iris is Caucasian. The reason that Iris and her father Joe West are African American is because of the New 52, in which Wally West is African American. This will supposedly allow for the Wally West character to be introduced in future seasons.
In the first season finale, you can see Jay Garrick's helmet before Wells was able to use the time machine to get to his present. Jay Garrick appeared in season 2 after being unmasked as The Guy In The Iron Mask.
Theories state that Eobard Thawne (Reverse Flash) would return even though Eddie Thawne killed himself to self to save Barry. Eobard kidnapped Eddie saying he is his insurance so he possibly saved some of Eddie's DNA. This was finally address in the second season when he returned when the Wells of Earth 2 determined that the speed force was protecting Thawne in a bomb shelter way.
Eobard Thawne is the alter ego of Barry Allen's arch-nemesis, Harrison Wells, also known as Reverse Flash. He wears a costume with a color scheme that is the inverse of The Flash: yellow instead of red for the body, red instead of yellow for the lightning accents, and black instead of white for the circle in his chest logo.
Victor Garber, who plays Professor Martin Stein, is most recognized for his role in the movie Titanic (1997). In the fourth episode of the second season (The Fury Of Firestorm) Professor Stein is disgusted with the music that has Jax Jackson in the workshop, so Jax proposes him to put the soundtrack of Titanic, by 'Celine Dion'. Stein replied, "No thanks."
In the episode "Enter Zoom" you see Dr. Wells in earth 2 working in his lab. On the tv the news anchor says the identity of the hood (Arrow) is revealed; and the person is named Robert Queen which is the name of Oliver Queen's dad in Arrow. So in earth 2 Oliver Queen's dad is the Green Arrow. Similarly in the animated feature "Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox", Thomas Wayne was the identity of Batman in an alternate timeline that the Flash had created.
In Dr. Well's Time Vault, there is a newspaper from the future. In the episode "The Trap" it's revealed it was written by Iris West-Allen, meaning Barry's future wife, and states The Flash vanished after fighting the Reverse Flash alongside with Green Arrow and Hawkgirl. Green Arrow is a guest character on the show since he has his own series Arrow (2012) and Hawkgirl will make her debut in season 1 finale episode "Fast Enough" and as a main member in Legends of Tomorrow (2016).
At one point it is revealed that a man going by the name Dr. Wells has built a time machine, a reference to writer H.G. Wells and his novel "The Time Machine".
In the episode, "Things you can't outrun", Barry Allen is talking to Joe West and says, "It's not like I want a museum made for me." In the future, Central City create a museum based around The Flash named The Flash Museum.
Ronnie Raymond, who is played by Robbie Amell, becomes one half of the superhero Firestorm, the other half being Dr. Martin Stein, is played by Victor Garber. Both actors are Canadian.
Danielle Panabaker (Caitlin Snow) revealed that her character will eventually turn into "Killer Frost" from the comic books. She also revealed that her co-worker Carlos Valdes (Cisco Ramon) with his new found powers will become "Vibe" as her "Parter in Crime"
Robbie Amell and Peyton List, who play Lisa Snart (Golden Glider), were on the CW show The Tomorrow People (2013) together.
Zoom, the main antagonist for season 2, is heavily based on Jay Garrick's arch nemesis The Rival. Zoom is depicted as a grayish/black speedster and has blue lightning. He is from Earth 2 and plans to to wipe out all speedsters across the DC Multiverse to become the fastest man in all universes.
Harrison Wells futuristic newspaper, which features the "Flash Vanishes in Crisis" headline, has a sub-header about a successful merger between WayneTech - Bruce Wayne's company in the Batman comics - and Oliver "Green Arrow" Queen's Queen Consolidated. When the timeline is damaged, the alternate version of this newspaper reveals that the same merger has fallen through.
In episode 6, Dr. Wells refers to Tony Woodward/Girder as "a man of steel" a tongue-in-cheek reference to Superman's nickname.
It is revealed that after Flashpoint, Barry had not only slightly altered his reality but the changes occurred everywhere including Star City where he finds out that John Diggle's baby daughter, Sara, is now a slightly older son named John Jr. In the first season of DC's Legends of Tomorrow, the gang end up in 2046 In Star City where the city is over run by criminals and there is a new Arrow trying to fight crime. The new Arrow is revealed to be Connor Hawke who's real name is John Diggle Jr, whose real father is John Diggle.
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Season 1 is loosely based on comic series Flashpoint where Barry Allen goes back in time to save his mother from dying but wakes to find a/the world near the brink of destruction. At the beginning of the season it's established that 15 years prior to the plot of the series Reverse Flash kills Barry's mother. In the season finale, Barry attempts to stop Reverse Flash from killing his mother, but unlike the comics, he can't pull through with it and witnesses her death. He soon realizes to accept the things he can't change and leaves the timeline as it is.
When Barry describes Toby Woodward's powers (turning his body into metal) to Dr. Wells, he quips, "Intresting. A man of steel." This is a reference to Superman.
Green Lantern, more specifically Hal Jordan, is implied to exist in the Arrowverse. Coast City, Hal Jordan's base of operations, is seen several times throughout the course of the series and Barry states that a pilot at Ferris Aircrafts strangely went missing resulting in the company going defunct.
Although Grant Gustin portrays the Flash in this series, he didn't reprise his role in the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016). The role of The Flash in the film was played by Ezra Miller.
In the beginning of season 1, whenever the article from April 25, 2024 is shown, the author is either Evan Gibson or the name is blurred. When the article is shown again in episode 21 and Dr. Wells shows Eddie who had written it, the author is Iris West-Allen. However, when it is blurred it is clearly three names.
Wally West wore his traditional yellow and red suit rather than his New 52 silver suit. He was The Flash as a result of Barry creating the Flashpoint timeline.
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The show establishes the DC Multiverse. Among the worlds in the multiverse are the CBS The Flash (1990) and Supergirl (2015) tv shows and the DC Extended Universe.
Greg Finley who plays Girder turns into a zombie in season 2 episode 21. He also played as Drake a zombie in izombie. Cisco calls him izombie in this episode while he's chasing Iris through S.T.A.R Labs.
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In season 1 episode 7 Blackout yells at Wells (Really Thawne) cause he doesn't know any of the names of the deceased. Then Thawne says a list of names, one of them being Al Rostein season 2 episode 1 villain. But Earth One Al Rostein was in Hawaii at the time of the particle accelerator explosion so it's highly possible he mixed up with his Earth 2 Doppelgänger who as a Meta Human and Lackey to Zoom.
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In the season 2 final Zoom's suit becomes red and black. This will likely mean we will see "The Black Flash" in future seasons.
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