The Flash (2014– )
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All Star Team Up 

Felicity Smoak and Ray Palmer come to Central City seeking help with Ray's suit; an ex-employee releases deadly robotic bees; a group dinner does not go as planned.


Kevin Tancharoen


Greg Berlanti (developed by), Andrew Kreisberg (developed by) | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Grant Gustin ... Barry Allen / The Flash
Candice Patton ... Iris West
Danielle Panabaker ... Caitlin Snow
Rick Cosnett ... Detective Eddie Thawne
Carlos Valdes ... Cisco Ramon
Tom Cavanagh ... Dr. Harrison Wells
Jesse L. Martin ... Joe West
Emily Bett Rickards ... Felicity Smoak
Brandon Routh ... Ray Palmer / The Atom
Amanda Pays ... Dr. Christina McGee
Emily Kinney ... Brie Larvan / Bug-Eyed Bandit
Alicia Chowen Alicia Chowen ... Student #1
Marlo Franson ... Bill Carlisle
Andrew Gillingham Andrew Gillingham ... Crook #2
Theresa Wong ... Lindsay Kang


Felicity drops by S.T.A.R. Labs to see what they can do about the proper function of boyfriend Ray "The Atom" Palmer's new superhero suit. She distinctively catches a negative vibe stemming from Barry trying to mask his knowledge of Dr. Wells as the Reverse-Flash. Meanwhile, overly toxic killer bees begin killing off robotics scientists, Cisco experiences recollections of things that supposedly never happened, and the Eddie/Iris relationship falters over her sensing he's keeping something from her. Written by statmanjeff

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French | English

Release Date:

14 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Brie Larvan wears a jacket that resembles a honeycomb, and her dress' neckline has hexagonal patterns, indicating her relationship with the bees. See more »


As the daughter of a police detective, Iris should understand that police officers do not necessarily tell their life partners *every* thing. Some things must be kept from spouses for safety's sake, for legal reasons, or just because it's difficult to talk about one's life as a cop. The audience knows what he isn't telling her, but for all Iris knows, it could be police business, which, in a sense, it is. See more »


Caitlin Snow: [to Barry] You just died.
Cisco Ramon: Yeah maybe you should order in tonight.
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References Adventures of Superman (1952) See more »


The Flash Theme
Written by Blake Neely
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All Star Fan Service
15 April 2015 | by SpoodermanDerpSee all my reviews

"All Star Team Up" is fun, light hearted, and that's about it, oh and it has Felicity and Ray in it, want more? Uhm..some more tension between Barry and Wells? Throw in some more Iris and you've got an episode.

The episode opens up with well, I have to say, one of the best and awesome Flash scenes so far in the show and it was a great way to get us hyped for the upcoming events in the episode. Then, a murder caused by robotic bees came up and when it seemed like it was going to be an ordinary case for our hero, it turns out badly as the fastest man alive gets caught by the bees. Then out of nowhere, Felicity arrives with another guest appearance along with her which is of course the Atom himself to get help for his Iron Ma-, I mean Atom suit. As the Bug Eyed meta human resumes to cause trouble, the team decides to go out with dinner with Barry and wait for it........Iris!..(again). The struggle for the writers to come up for development and add depth to Iris's character is obviously seen and they now try to force her in with Barry's much more interesting life and character. There is no actual tension between Eddie and Iris and you feel like you already want them to break up already and get over it. In fact, no actual development was provided in the episode except for the tension between Barry and Harrison Wells which I thought were executed well in this episode. The whole team up thing with Felicity and Ray were downright useless and were just there to please the fans. The villain, I didn't even know her name in the episode to be honest and I didn't really care for her, she didn't bring tension or anything, she was a generic, underdeveloped and forgettable villain. As for the plot, it kinda really felt like some generic Flash episode with guest stars thrown in. The visuals looked like The Flash standards and the action were sub-par except for that opening sequence which I mentioned. Towards the end of the episode, I'm looking forward in more episodes of the Flash that will show in great detail on how all of these main characters go head on on Harrison Wells and if anyone will be harmed for that matter.

Overall fun and light hearted, but it's still missing that Flash spark. +Cool Opening Seqence, +Tension between Barry and Harrison, +The effects of said tension to Barry, -The struggle to get good development for Iris, -Forgettable Villain, - Generic Plot. -Felicity and Ray just there to please the fans.

Verdict: 7.5/10

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