A quest for information on Capt. Boomerang brings Oliver "The Arrow" Queen (and team) to Central City, exciting Barry at the prospect of teams Arrow and Flash merging. Pressured into the merger, Oliver begins giving Barry lessons (rather painful lessons meant to point out Barry's flawed approach to criminals). Shaken by the first lesson, Barry becomes even more reckless in the apprehension of Prism, a meta-human who can bring anyone's buried anger explosively to the surface. The Flash gets whammied and, unable to shake off Prism's influence (as do others), goes after the two people he suddenly, uncontrollably hates most: love-rival Officer Thawne and hero-rival The Arrow.
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Roy G. Bivolo is a comic book character who made his debut in Superboy #84 (Oct 1960). Unlike the show, the character in the comics is called Rainbow Raider (briefly mentioned by Caitlyn towards end of show). He was a failed artist due to his color blindness who turned to stealing art. His father gave him a special set of glasses that allows him to use light to make physical objects and to alter peoples emotions. See more
When Detective Joe West and three SWAT members try to arrest Bivolo in the storage facility, West orders one SWAT member to handcuff Bivolo. He starts to move towards Bivolo and is shown doing so when the camera angle changes. After the angle change, to show West, the SWAT member whom we saw move towards Bivolo is still standing next to West, where he was before he started to move. See more
How you doin', Dig?
Did you guys not tell him about me?
Well, seeing is believing, or... drooling.
The Flash logo has an arrow going through it and it snaps shut with a green bolt of lightning. This is a reference to the crossover with Arrow. See more
Referenced in Supergirl: Worlds Finest
Beautiful and Very Smart
Performed by Harlem See more