The Flash (2014– )
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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 ... Crook #2
Theresa Wong ... Lindsay Kang


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.

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This is the first episode in which Brandon Routh (Ray Palmer/The Atom) appears. See more »


Ray Palmer states that the bees can't penetrate his suit; however, there's a clear opening in his helmet from under his cheeks down to his chin. In fact, this is exactly how The Flash is stung. See more »


Caitlin Snow: I don't understand. What do Dr. Wells and The Reverse-Flash have to do with each other?
Barry Allen: Um... They're the same person.
Caitlin Snow: That's impossible.
Barry Allen: Look, Caitlin, it took me a long time to believe it too, but it's him.
Caitlin Snow: Dr. Wells is a speedster? He's paralyzed.
Detective Joe West: Is he, though?
Caitlin Snow: And why would he kill Barry's mother? It doesn't make any sense. Cisco. Say something.
Cisco Ramon: I've been having these dreams. Mostly at night, but sometimes during the day. But they don't really feel like dreams. They... they feel real.
Barry Allen: What happens...
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References Superman Returns (2006) See more »


The Night We Met
Performed by Lord Huron
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It's a Bird, It's a Plane....
15 April 2015 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

The DC TV universe is becoming more and more like a shared universe. We not only have 2, and soon to be 3, shows interconnected, but it's so fluid when it all crosses over. I love the fact that Ray and Felicity can just show up in Central City and it actually makes sense. Sure it wasn't as much of a team up as the fall Arrow-Flash crossover was, but it was a fun time. Unfortunately the rest of the episode was a step back from where the show has been of late.

Starting with the good, Ray and Felicity brought such a fun dynamic to the show. We had an awkwardly funny 5th wheel dinner with Barry, Iris, and Eddie which turned out to set off a chain of events that potentially leads to a break up. Which I have to say, Barry needs to either step in and tell Iris himself or Iris just needs to be a real human being and accept that as a police officer, Eddie cant tell you everything. That's just the way it is. Back to the odd couple, there were a fair amount of innuendos, which is always a funny thing for those two. I loved the "Barry in Oliver's body" line, or the "I'm having trouble keeping it up". It seems like Ray will bring the comedic relief to the spin off show. It also brings into question how him and Felicity will inevitably break up or go their separate ways.

But in terms of Flash, we had a very weak villain this week. The show has always been campy but the whole bee thing was just stupid. We didn't really get to know the 'bug eyed bandit' at all and just throwing her in there as a parallel story to Barry-Dr Wells turned out to be a pretty weak attempt. Speaking of Wells, the team officially knows about him. I hope the show finds a way to keep Tom Cavanagh on the show after he's inevitably defeated. He brings such an ominous feeling to an otherwise really happy show. So even though this episode didn't do a whole lot to further this years storyline it was fun at times and had some great Felicity moments.

+Felicity & Ray's presence

+Everybody knows about Wells

+Feel for Eddie

-Weak villain

-Iris grow up


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16:9 HD
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