AceShowbiz - "The Flash" is dealing with another repercussion of Flashpoint in next week's episode. As seen in a preview for the new episode, Wally needs to be calmed down when he's having dreams about being a speedster. "It's okay to be scared, Wally," Barry tells Wally, while Joe tells his son that he's now "getting powers."
But that's not the biggest problem as Wally is also hearing voices in his head. He's seen getting mad while he's held behind a glass cell, while the word "Alchemy' appears on the glass. Iris says Wally is possessed, before she is attacked by Wally in another scene.
Meanwhile, The Flash goes head-to-head with Alchemy, who threateningly tells him, "You have no idea what's about to begin."
"Shade" airs Tuesday, November 15 at 8/7c on The CW. When Wally starts having dreams about being Kid Flash, Barry realizes he has to tell Wally, Iris and Joe about what happened to Wally in Flashpoint in order to keep him safe.
Tom Cavanagh recently talked about the latest iteration of his character Harrison Well. "He's a bit of a con man and the same element of 'can you trust him, or not?' is there, but in a different way," he teased.
"Last year I was trying to fill in gaps that we don't have on a daily basis on our show: we have a big bad, but not a daily antagonist," Cavanagh explained. "Everybody is very winning on our show....They're so great, that I thought it would be a guy who wasn't great. That's what I was last year; it's good to have a daily antagonist, someone you can't trust, a malcontent -- a bit of a b***h, socially inept. But ultimately he's kind of a good guy. In the first season, he seems good but he's bad and in the second season, he seems bad, but he's good, and then in the third season -- well, I wonder what he is? A bit of a con man."