The Flash EP Andrew Kreisberg Claims Tonight's Episode Is the 'Best We've Ever Done' - Watch Preview Clip

Tuesday, 17 March 2015 - 2:40PM
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Tuesday, 17 March 2015 - 2:40PM
The Flash EP Andrew Kreisberg Claims Tonight's Episode Is the 'Best We've Ever Done' - Watch Preview Clip
The Flash finally returns from its midseason hiatus tonight, and executive producer Andrew Kreisberg is more than confident that the premiere will knock your socks off, as he claimed that it was "the best episode we've ever done."


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"With no disrespect to any of the other directors or episodes that we've produced, I think this is the best episode we've ever done," Kreisberg said at a preview screening. "It's everything that 'The Flash' can do as a TV show - I feel like this episode delivers in spades. It's got amazing visual effects that you just don't see on television; it's full of heart; it's full of romance; it's full of genuine scares and it's really the best version of the show."


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The word "best" is obviously subjective, but this episode, called "Out of Time," is shaping up to be very exciting and possibly game-changing. We already know that it will feature Weather Wizard as the primary villain, as well as a confrontation between Barry and Harrison Wells/Reverse Flash. The time travel elements will likely be explicated to some extent as well, as Kreisberg teased that we would find out in this episode why Wells appeared to be fighting Reverse Flash in Episode 9:

"In Episode 9, we showed you a whole bunch of things that don't seem to be possible, but you're going to get the answers to what happened in Episode 9 very soon and how you were able to see what you saw."


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And as Kreisberg promised, "Out of Time" will also feature plenty of romance, as this new preview clip shows Barry, Linda, Iris, and Eddie going on a potentially disastrous double date:



"It's fun, because Barry's oblivious to anything being wrong with the date," Grant Gustin told Variety. "He had a great time. There aren't any immediate repercussions, but it's a first step in a series of things that create some issues for Barry's current relationship."

"Like most guys, Barry is a little bit unaware and oblivious, and maybe even Iris too," said Candice Patton. "With their relationship, sometimes they are unaware of how close they are and how that looks to other people, and so you'll definitely see that in the episode, how awkward that makes it for Linda and Eddie, who are watching these two people, and they can see that there's more than meets the eye. Barry and Iris can't see it for themselves."


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The midseason premiere of The Flash will air tonight at 8pm on The CW.
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