We try to dole some stuff out and start giving the audience some of the answers that I think they’ve been craving, because there are still plenty of things that have been unsaid — what Wells really wants for Barry ultimately and how things are going to play out — but this episode just felt like an amazing opportunity to do some crazy stuff.” Cavanagh admitted that in many cases when a show takes such a big swing, future episodes can seem underwhelming by comparison.“That is not the case [here], so as we read the next one that comes, you’re like, ‘oh, that happens!’ Much the same way that Cisco moment happens, we have large and small moments that use this as a starting point,” he said.
it escalates nicely.” Patton agreed, “I remember when I read this episode I was thinking, ‘where can we go from here?
We’ve given everything away, what can we possibly do?
’ Andrew always says, ‘use what you have now and we’ll think of new ideas later,’ and I think that’s what’s really great about our show and this episode.
If they’re gonna do in Episode 15 I can only imagine what the season finale is like and that’s exactly how you should feel, you can only imagine what the finale’s going to be like.” See More: CW’s ‘Arrow’-‘Flash’ Spinoff Will Feature ‘Big’ DC Comics Villain ‘Who Hasn’t Been Used Yet’ Tough Love Wells (or should we say Thawne?
Spoiler warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The Flash” Season 1, Episode 15, titled “Out of Time.” Yes, “The Flash” just sent Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) back in time, and the repercussions of that inadvertent act will change the course of The CW series forever — which is just as well, given that the March 17 episode also saw Dr.
Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) reveal his true identity as the Reverse Flash — aka Eobard Thawne — to STAR Labs tech genius Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) right before killing him.On a more positive note, “Out of Time” also allowed Barry to admit his own super secret to Iris West (Candice Patton), after the two shared a long overdue kiss.But how many of Episode 15’s revelations will remain intact after Barry’s trip to the past?was among a number of outlets that participated in a Q&A with executive producer Andrew Kreisberg and stars Tom Cavanagh and Candice Patton following a screening of the episode, and we also caught up with Gustin, co-star Rick Cosnett (Eddie Thawne) and executive producer Greg Berlanti at the show’s recent Paley Fest panel in Hollywood.Read on to find out how Barry’s new ability will affect the coming episodes, and what Eddie shares with Eobard, besides a last name.suspicious of Wells and Central City is in the path of a tsunami created by the new Weather Wizard (Liam Mc Intyre), but how much of that will still be true after next week’s episode? “The ramifications of this episode are the fun of Episode 16, and seeing exactly what happened in 15, how much of it still happens and how much of it might possibly change,” he teased.