The Flash Preview Photos: Where in the Worlds Is Barry Allen...?!

Just in time for Mother’s Day, The CW’s The Flash has released photos from this season’s antepenultimate episode, in which Barry somehow, somewhere reunites with the late Nora Allen.

At the close of this Tuesday’s thrilling/shocking episode, Barry agreed to subject himself to Harry’s experiment — to stage a “contained” particle accelerator explosion and in other ways recreate the night Barry was bestowed with his powers, as a means to (hopefully!) restore his sacrificed speed. Alas, Harry’s idea left Barry… gone… and his speedster suit in scorched shreds. (Wally and Jesse meanwhile seem poised to come away from the explosion with a special… something, having been exposed to the shockwaves.)

Check out the photos below and share your working theory on “where” Barry has gone to, and what else he might be going through in the episode “The Runaway Dinosaur,” which was directed by Kevin Smith.

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  1. Mark says:

    I love that Kev dresses as Silent Bob in real life. And that the cast and crew seemed to enjoy him as director so much. Should be a great episode.

  2. Ian says:

    I think this is probably 2 different parts of the episode. First, he’s somewhere where he can visit his mom (and my best guess for why is because the speed force took him where he subconsciously and most deeply in his heart would want to go), and then the cemetery stuff is near the end when he’s back in his right universe and time, and he and Iris are visiting Nora’s grave. They could be official status at that point, it looks like.

  3. Squirrelly says:

    I’m not going to lie, I sang-read the headline to the tune of the old “Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego?” game show theme song.

  4. Bwhit says:

    Maybe they find him at his mother’s grave first and then he goes back with Iris because he’s wearing his red sweater when his dad is there and different clothes when he’s with Iris.

  5. herman1959 says:

    Really Greg, another grave scene! Let me get my tissues ready.

  6. Joey Padron says:

    Good photos from the episode. So excited to see this next episode Kevin Smith directed! Can’t wait to see Jason Mewes cameo in episode!

  7. clintbrew says:

    is the runaway dinosuar a real book that nora allen reads or is fake for the show like the punisher one batch two batch book also i hope Kevin smith is directing a trickster episode for season 3 with mark hamill

  8. Ojay says:

    simple every fan knows this, he became the speedforce, and shattered across reality choosing people in his wake, he would eventually return faster, now jesse quick and wally west where hit making them users of the speed force

  9. Da True Adam says:

    C’mon. It’s obviously the TV version of Flashpoint. Those not familiar with the comics could just watch The Flashpoint Paradox. Granted, there is no Supes or Bat to help Barry along, but they’ll “tv’ it somehow. And it doesn’t occur on the same earth as Supergirl so maybe Supergirl takes place in the Man of Steel world and perhaps Flash in the “Smallville” reality? or another. Since they aren’t using him as Flash in the films (disappointing) then they should just create a new Supes, Bat etc in the Flash reality, maybe brink back Tom Welling.

  10. Fez says:

    This show is so much better than Arrow. I’m glad Iris and Barry’s relationship is being treated subtly and not jammed down our throats like Olicity