The Flash

The Flash (2014)

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Family of Rogues - S2-E3

Corrected entry: Barry gets 4 cups of 'Flash'. They are with four people (Barry, Caitlin, Cisco and Iris) but look at the next shot; everyone's drinking except for Caitlin, but the fourth cup is still going up in shot, meaning a random extra person has appeared. (00:05:26)

Correction: It's true Caitlin is not drinking her cup but you see Cisco holding 2 cups of coffee.

Stephen Edmonds 1

Correction: He doesn't say "Harley", he says "Holly". It has nothing to do with his role as the Joker, but just changing the lyrics which normally go "Deck the halls with boughs of holly."

Bishop73

Crisis on Earth-X, Part 3 - S4-E8

Corrected entry: Turns out Oliver was handed an unloaded weapon by evil Quentin. But Oliver's handled enough weapons in his time to know that a gun with no bullets is noticeably lighter than one with, and would have realised the ruse immediately, certainly not then trying to threaten Quentin-X with it.

Jon Sandys Premium member

Correction: It was an unfamiliar weapon from another universe. He wouldn't know its mass.

Fast Enough - S1-E23

Corrected entry: At one point near the end of the episode, Professor Stein says to Barry, "That event has an energy level of at least 6.7 teraelectron volts. It cannot be stopped." One TeV is a measurement used in particle physics and is a very small amount of energy, approximately that of a very small flying insect. Hardly a proper measurement for a huge, catastrophic event.

wizard_of_gore

Correction: Teraelectron volts measure particle energies, or their acceleration. The power comes from the amount of space the energy is squeezed into. The Large Hadron Collider accelerated protons to 1.18 teraelectron volts, so not much more than a mosquito, but a trillion times smaller than a mosquito, so quite powerful. The energy reading from Stein is over 5.6 times more than the world's most powerful superconducting proton synchrotron, and it's crammed into a very small space, making it nearly unstoppable.

Fast Enough - S1-E23

Corrected entry: Particle accelerators have to be a perfect vacuum in order to work properly, otherwise the particles inside would constantly collide with the air molecules. This means Barry couldn't possibly be running inside, because he doesn't have any breathing apparatus with him.

Friso94

Correction: As seen in many episodes, Barry's cells can rapidly reproduce new cells even with no oxygen (as seen in season 1 where the man could create a poisonous gas) and Barry survived. Therefore he would not have to have a breathing aid.

Attack on Central City - S3-E14

Factual error: Wells states that there are "precisely 90,000" possible 5-digit combinations for the keypad (to abort the nuclear code). However, there are actually 100,000 possible combinations (10^5).

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The Race of His Life - S2-E23

Harrison Wells: You know what? In battle, choose your weapon wisely. Some people choose a gun. I choose a Philips head screwdriver.
Cisco: Oh, oh. I'm sorry. You're so particular.
Harrison Wells: Ramone, could you just please? Have you ever worked with a tool before?
Cisco: I'm working with one now.

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Attack on Gorilla City - S3-E13

Trivia: Before Barry and the others travel to gorilla city, Julian says something about Bludhaven. This is the city of Dick Grayson, aka Nightwing, former partner of Batman as the first Robin.

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The Flash Reborn - S4-E1

Question: In the episode "Finish Line", the Speed Force tells Barry that he wouldn't experience the kind of hell that Savitar, Wally or Jay had. So why in this episode, when Barry leaves the Speed Force, does he seem confused and disoriented?

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