© 2020 TV Fanatic Harrison tells everyone how much he grew to enjoy working with them all and and that they will meet again. Season 1 finds Barry searching for his mother's killer while his metahuman alter ego, the Flash, protects Central City from powerful villains. Barry believes that the dreams Cisco that Wells killed him were not dreams at all, but memories. Eddie asks Joe's permission to wed Iris and he says no. "The Trap" offered a great mix of twists and drama, with a lot oft he episode hinging on Dr. Wells and his mysterious goals. He interrupts before she tells him who he is the founding member of...in addition to The Flash. Through a series of events, Harrison gets shot. Is The Flash Renewed or Cancelled for Season 2? If they ever actually kill off Cisco I anticipate a ratings plummet. After a couple of episodes where the narrative engine stalled out, "The Trap" revs the show back up to top speed as we approach the season's finish line. With the new information, Barry finally confesses to Joe (Jesse Martin), Eddie (Rick Cosnett), Cisco and Caitlin that he has already time-traveled. At his hideout, Wells tells Eddie his real name and discloses that the two were distant relatives. Barry, Cisco and Caitlin are in Gideon's room. Eddie wonders if it's all about him, but Eobard says he's merely his insurance policy. Meanwhile, Eddie makes a decision regarding Iris, which unsettles Joe.

Barry rushes to Iris, where Wells, as the Reverse Flash, has just interrupted Eddie’s proposal. Pilot 44m. Episodes The Flash. "The Simpsons" is found under "S", All current and ended shows are viewable on these pages. The episode begins as Barry, Cisco and Caitlin are still bugging out over the newspaper from the future they find in Dr. Wells’ time vault. © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. © 2020 Forbes Media LLC. An overview of your most recently watched episodes and most total watched shows. Things go south when Dr. Wells uses the villain from last week---a shapeshifter---to play the part of Wells and expose the group. Eddie wants Barry to talk to Joe to find out why he's not on board with the proposal. I mentioned this previously, but a part of me wishes none of the good guys had figured out Wells' secret identity just yet. You need to move your arms faster! Labs, but Gideon promises not to tell the scientist that they ever entered the time vault. The little electric shock she gets in the flashback, mirrored later when the Flash takes off after the Reverse Flash, is a nice way to clue her into Barry's identity.

We got some nice backstory, and saw a much more endearing Iris than we've come to expect. Now, Barry has become a brilliant, driven and endearingly geeky CSI investigator, whose determination to uncover the truth about his mother's strange death leads him to follow up on every unexplained urban legend and scientific advancement that comes along. Then again, I anticipate problems if they kill off Wells.

Barry, however, has to get back to S.T.A.R. Barry, Caitlin, Cisco and Joe set a trap for Wells, but it puts Cisco in grave danger. The Flash. Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android! Barry and Joe stand by to protect their friend. He reminds her he has no powers. The real Wells was elsewhere, having known in advance what Barry and Co. were planning. In "The Trap," we finally get a glimpse at the cards the writers have been tightly clutching to their chest for 19 episodes, and the early returns are outstanding. However, it turns out that it was only Harrison Bates transformed into Wells as a disguise. You may opt-out by. Cisco has set up a force field trap to keep himself safe while trying to get another confession out of Wells. "The Trap" played out exactly like it should have as all season Team Flash has been several steps behind Wells and now that his secret is out, Harrison Wells will prove even more dangerous.

Gideon appears to be gone. He's been recording them the entire time, while setting up a plot of his own. Lots of great moments peppered the episode, from their near discovery in Wells' secret chamber, to just about every flashback from Joe, Iris, and Wells himself. Joe says no, and a disappointed Eddie asks Barry to find out why Joe refused.

Cisco uses himself as prey which puts him in grave danger. Wells is really damn smart, and he hasn't been fooled by the conspirators. The group convenes and Barry tells them all that he changed time once already and has another really bad idea. Joe wishes he had never trusted Joe, but Barry tries to get Joe to realize it was already too late by then. Get the freshest reviews, news, and more delivered right to your inbox! Even though the stakes could basically no longer be higher, it still managed to find time for lighter moments. By creating an account, you agree to the Privacy Policy In episode 20 of "The Flash" Season 1, Barry, Cisco, Joe and Caitlin sets up a trap to get a confession out of Dr. Wells. There's a parallel moment at the end of the episode, when Wells is monologuing to a comatose Barry in a flashback, where he confesses to the strangeness of having to create the Flash in order to destroy him and return home. Barry, Caitlin, Cisco and Joe set a trap for Wells. Even then there's a weird fondness apparent in Thawne's words, even as he confesses to hating the man Barry would become. Hope you like international shows and movies! Labs team, who claim that this invention will bring about unimaginable advancements in power and medicine.

Iris knows. Spoilers through Season 1 of 'The Flash' follow. Tuesday night's episode of The Flash was a pretty big deal as far as revelations go. Barry now has a renewed purpose - using his gift of speed to protect the innocent, while never giving up on his quest to solve his mother's hug and clear his father's name. Harrison gives Barry a pep talk about having everything he needs to do anything he can ever do. Iris sends a 911 text to Barry. Sign up here. Everything that's good about "The Trap" is right there on the surface.