Joe West : When you first moved in with us, I thought it was gonna be too much - I'm already a single dad, finances were tough, and you were a little boy who just lost his mother - but, man, was I wrong. Within two weeks you had changed the whole dynamic of the house. Suddenly the house was filled with this... light... this energy. I mean, you brightened up everything. You've seen more darkness than any man will in a lifetime, and you never let it dim your soul. So there I was, thinking that I'm changing your life by taking you in, but the truth is you changed mine. So, don't lose that light now, Bar. The world may need the Flash, but... I need my Barry Allen.
Cisco Ramon : I saw something weird tonight.
Joe West : Yeah, Cisco, I saw it too.
Cisco Ramon : No, I mean, when the Flash and the man in yellow were going full on bumper cars on each other, I was watching the electricity coming off of them - yellow and red electricity. When Barry was a kid, he said he saw red and yellow lightning in his house the night his mother died.
Joe West : [realizing] There were two of them.
Cisco Ramon : The man in yellow may have killed Barry's mother but... there was another speedster there that night.
Joe West : Look, I'm sure you don't want this investigation to get any more public than it's already been. Do you, doctor?
Christina McGee : This has Harrison Wells written all over it in big black letters. I'm not giving you my tachyon prototype.
Barry Allen : It was quite the tour of your facility, doctor. You were fine to let us dumb cops walk around, but I majored in physics and chemistry and I saw a whole lot of stuff that Science Showcase Magazine would love to hear about; so, should I call their editors directly or just leave a few posts on their website?
Christina McGee : You'll have the tachyon device within the hour. I see why Harrison holds you in such esteem, Mr. Allen. You're very much alike.