ArrowMusicRecaps

‘The Flash’ recap: “Who is Harrison Wells?”

(Image Credit: Katie Yu/The CW)

Season 1, Episode 19, “Who is Harrison Wells”, Aired Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Look to the right for a music list inspired by this episode.———>

Will the real Harrison Wells please stand up? Would that he could. Unfortunately, the real Harrison Wells had the life sucked right out of him.

Source image: The CW
Source image: The CW Graphic image: gettyimages.com/au

No—it was not a fish taco. It was a Thawne.

thawnes
Source images: The CW

I’m definitely seeing the family resemblance. I’m curious to see what the connection really is. Could Eobard be Eddie’s wayward grandson? If so, I wonder what went wrong with that family tree!

giphy.com

Eobard Thawne’s days as Harrison Wells are nearing an end. It’s kind of sad in a way. Counterfeit Wells has been a very interesting and multi-layered adversary. But  every piece that Barry and company put together is one that is pulled out from under Eobard. Joe and Cisco literally dug up irrefutable proof that someone else is wearing Wells’ meat suit. Even Caitlin is unable to defend him now.

Source images: The CW
Source images: The CW

While the Scooby gang was investigating the Mystery of the Man in the Yellow Suit, another meta human was suffering an identity crisis of his own. Every Man was trying on … well … every man, as well as women and children as he tried to elude the Central City police. Unlike the shapeshifters of the Supernatural variety, this guy’s morphing process was actually more cool than gross and creepy.  Kudos to the special effects department for this:

Source images: The CW
Source images: The CW

As fun as the shapeshifter was to watch, it was most fun to see him as Barry Allen. He actually added a bit of spark to Barry’s persona, especially when he did this:

Source image: The CW
Source image: The CW

Caitlin and Barry could be an interesting couple to watch, especially on karaoke night. But I sure wouldn’t want to be around when Firestorm blows back into town. That could give new meaning to heated discussion.

Let me know how you’d like to see the season wrap up by sounding off in the comments below.

Until next time …

The Flash airs Tuesdays at 8/7c on The CW.

Tags

Nikki Reid

Hi! I'm Nikki. I am a shameless TV addict! My dearest friends are Netflix and DVR. I am a former journalist with experience in both print and broadcast media, but my passion is creative writing. Combining my love for writing with my obsession for all things TV, places me smack dab in the middle of the best of both worlds.

Related Articles

Back to top button
Close
Close