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.
Did You Know?
The villain, Roy G. Bivolo, uses colors to manipulate people. "Roy G Biv" is a common mnemonic for the order of the colors of a rainbow; Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet. See more
Cisco refers to Oliver's bow as a recurve; however, starting in season 2, Oliver switches to a lever action bow, which is considered a type of compound bow. He uses an Oneida Kestrel. It is really a hybrid type of bow that allows to snap shooting of a recurve to be combined with let off of a compound. See more
Harrison Wells and Barry's cop foster dad both said you were dangerous and a bad influence. Barry defended you.
You're gonna hawk me about this until I say yes, aren't you?
I'm a hawker.
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 The Flash: Invasion!
I Want It
Performed by Viv and the Revival See more