“Fast Lane” Official Synopsis

The CW has released the official synopsis for the third episode of 2016, titled “Fast Lane”. It will air on February 2nd. Spoilers behind the jump!

“Fast Lane” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (Content Rating TBD) (HDTV)

WALLY FLIRTS WITH DANGER — Barry (Grant Gustin) teams up with Wells (Tom Cavanagh) to figure out a way to close the breaches, but they are distracted by a meta-human nicknamed Tar Pit (guest star Marco Grazzini) who can transform into liquid asphalt. Iris (Candice Patton) is concerned for Wally’s (Keiynan Lonsdale) safety after she finds out about his drag racing hobby. When he refuses to stop she makes a bold move that puts her in danger. Rachel Talalay directed the episode with story by Brooke Eikmeier and teleplay by Kai Yu Wu & Joe Peracchio (#212). Original airdate 2/2/2016.

It’ll be interesting to see a Wally-centric episode, as the description implies it will be. Are readers looking forward to seeing him take the spotlight on the show? Feel free to share your thoughts!

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3 thoughts on ““Fast Lane” Official Synopsis

    1. Lia Post author

      Yeah, I’d guess they’re building up an interest in speed for him, which will presumably culminate in him getting speed powers of his own someday. He might end up being something of an Impulse figure, although on a much smaller scale, obviously.

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  1. Steve

    Yep! Love the tv Wally West, and he brings out the best in Joe and Iris. The writers were smart to distance him from Barry to begin with, given how badly the new comics dropped the ball with that relationship. Now when they meet, it will be as two fleshed out characters instead of a superhero and a very empty, cliche sidekick.

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