The CW's hit DC Comics series The Flash is set to end it's season on a high note, as the final episodes begin to wrap. We've seen some earlier photos from the set, which teased another Arrow crossover, the second in it's first season on the air. Those photos brought us a look at Oliver Queen's new League of Assassins-inspired costume as well as a few epic teasers for what lies ahead. Now, we get another batch of paparazzi images, and they bring an equally huge season ending moment that you may not want to learn about just yet. Stop reading now if you want to AVOID these SPOILERS!
The Flash is at an interesting point in it's first season run of episodes. The year-long mystery behind Reverse-Flash's identity and how it ties into Dr. Harrison Wells is beginning to unravel. And the show seems to be leading into the comic book story arc of Flashpoint. It's unclear exactly where the season finale will end, but a cliffhanger is imminent. Before we get to that point, though a few other character arcs will need to be tied up. And that's where these latest photos come in.
Here, we see the wedding of Caitlin Snow (Danielle Panabaker) and Ronnie Raymond (Robbie Amell), with Victor Garber's Dr. Martin Stein overseeing the nuptials on the Vancouver, Canada set. In attendance are Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), Joe West (Jesse L. Martin), Iris West (Candice Patton), Eddie Thawne (Rick Cosnett), and Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes). Dr. Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh) is suspiciously absent. It was revealed early on that Caitlin and Ronnie were engaged, but their wedding got sidelined by the particle accelerator explosion at S.T.A.R. labs. The duo later reunited, but the relationship was stalled as Raymond and Dr. Stein left Central City to discover the truth behind their powers. This wedding will mark the culmination of these characters story arcs in Season 1.
It is not confirmed, but this wedding is believed to be from the The Flash Season 1 finale Fast Enough, which airs May 19. At this time, Victor Garber is set to reprise his role as Dr. Martin on the Arrow / Flash Spinoff spinoff, but we've heard nothing about Ronnie Raymond participating. It seems, at least from these photos, that the character will be more involved with the ongoing The Flash story line instead. But he will still likely guest star on the Arrow / Flash Spinoff, as it serves as one giant crossover between both current CW series. Take a look at the photos as we await more word with official plot synopsis for the final 6 episodes.