Flash Episode Adds Arrow Baddie, Title Hints at Big [Spoiler] Round-Up

The Flash Finale Spoilers

Barry Allen may want to time-travel to back when his biggest concern was getting blood spatter on his Chuck Taylors, based on how The Flash‘s final episodes are shaping up.

For one, shape-shifting actor Doug Jones — who will make his debut as the DC Comics baddie Deathbolt in an April episode of CW sister series Arrow — revealed on Twitter that his character will also be appearing on The Flash‘s penultimate episode:

But even more curious, Jones’ tweet disclosed the title for that episode — “Rogue Air.” And for a show that already has introduced Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, Pied Piper, Grodd and Girder, among others — with more such as The Trickster and Glider yet to come — it’s not hard to make the leap that Barry may have ahead of him a long night of “speed-dating” multiple menaces.

“We’re going to do something with all the Rogues. I can’t promise it’s going to be this season,” showrunner Andrew Kreisberg recently shared. “We know that if the original [1990s] Flash series had gotten a second season, both John [Wesley Shipp] and Mark [Hamill] have told us that the first episode was going to be a giant Rogues episode. And that sounds like maybe a good thing for us to do, what they didn’t get the opportunity to do.”

Do you think maybe Kreisberg & Co. decided to (ahem) fast-track their plan for a massive Rogues round-up? (With reporting by Vlada Gelman)

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  1. Caleb says:

    I’m interested. I want to see a lot more of Pied Piper on the show. Maybe he’d stop hating Barry and Cisco long enough to help them bring down Wells? Assuming they get back into the prime timeline, of course.

  2. JJM says:

    Does this season of The Flash contain 22 or 23 episodes?

  3. SPAMMER says:


  4. Bill says:

    Nice, love this show. I’d like to see Captain Boomerang on Flash sometime, rather then just Arrow

  5. Azerty says:

    Non related to this storyline, there is something odd about last episode. It seems that at the end of the episode when Barry travels back in time there is only one Barry in the street watching the dogs barking, the girl yelling at the cab etc. But when Barry will go 15 years back the night his mother died, if Flash fight Wells, there must be two of them: adult Barry and kid Barry. Do you guys think this will be explained? Or is it an evolution of the power? Because last week Barry sees himself running too but it looks like the two Barry “merges” into one. I am a huge fan of time travel stories but it always confuses me a lot.

  6. spindae2 says:

    Isn’t Arrow on a break on the 8th? There is a break after 3×18 Public Enemy.
    Either way this ep 22 should be epic! ^_^

  7. Joey Padron says:

    good news he’ll crossover on The Flash!

  8. Carla Krae says:

    “Broken Arrow” airs on April 15th. April 8th is a rerun.