There are so many good episodes of The Flash, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "Fast Enough" the best, or is "Flash vs. Arrow" your favorite episode of The Flash? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of The Flash are, let's rank every episode of The Flash from best to worst.
The Flash on CW is a superhero TV series based on the DC Comics character Barry Allen, AKA Flash. Starring Grant Gustin as the eponymous hero, The Flash was conceived as a spinoff of Arrow (Green Arrow). The series premiered on October 7, 2014 and has had crossover episodes with both Arrow and Supergirl. The series is critically acclaimed, with the second season having a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.
Vote up your favorite episodes of The Flash, and vote down any bad episodes that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you love the series as a whole. It can be painful to put one The Flash episode over the other when there are so many good ones, which is why you can vote on however many episodes you like.
Season 1, Episode 23
In the season one finale, Wells presents Barry with a life-altering choice, while Dr. Martin Stein and Ronnie Raymond (aka Firestorm) return to help the S.T.A.R. Labs team.
Season 1, Episode 15
Mark Mardon aka The Weather Wizard appears in Central City to avenge his brother's death at the hands of Joe. And Cisco realizes that Dr. Wells is hiding something.
Season 1, Episode 9
When Barry finds himself face to face with his nemesis, the Man in the Yellow Suit (aka Reverse Flash), who killed his mother, he turns to Dr. Tina McGee (AMANDA PAYS) for help.
Season 2, Episode 6
Barry comes up with a dangerous plan to defeat Zoom. Although Caitlin sides with Jay and deems it too dangerous, Iris shows her support with a surprising ally.
Season 2, Episode 23
In the Season Two finale, Zoom reveals his true plan and Barry vows to do whatever it takes to stop him.
Season 2, Episode 17
Determined to stop Zoom forever by increasing his speed, Barry travels back in time to consult his former mentor/nemesis Harrison Wells/Eobard Thawne.
Season 1, Episode 1
In the series premiere, Central City forensic scientist Barry Allen (GRANT GUSTIN) is accidentally given the power of super speed in a freak particle accelerator accident.
Season 1, Episode 19
While Joe and Cisco head to Starling City for answers about Dr. Wells from Capt. Lance, Barry races to catch a meta-human who can transform into anyone he touches.
Season 1, Episode 20
Barry, Caitlin, Cisco & Joe set a trap for Wells - using Cisco as bait. Meanwhile, Eddie makes a decision regarding Iris that leaves him unsettled.
Season 1, Episode 22
As Wells once again gets the upper hand on the S.T.A.R. Labs team, Barry reaches out to an old foe, Captain Cold, and friends, the Arrow and Firestorm, for help.
Season 3, Episode 22
With only 24 hours left to save Iris from Savitar, Barry decides to use any means necessary and turns to Captain Cold (WENTWORTH MILLER) for help.
Season 4, Episode 8
When villains from Earth-X attack the wedding ceremony of Barry and Iris, the Green Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash and White Canary unite their teams to save the world.
Season 2, Episode 13
Barry, Wells & Cisco journey to Earth-2 to rescue Wells' daughter, Jesse, and Barry's stunned when he meets Killer Frost (DANIELLE PANABAKER) and Deathstorm (ROBBIE AMELL).
Season 2, Episode 14
In the conclusion to their Earth-2 journey, the team races to find Zoom's lair by asking for help from an unexpected source. Back on Earth-1, Caitlin rushes to perfect Velocity-9.
Season 1, Episode 8
In the first part of the epic crossover event with The Flash and Arrow, Barry is thrilled when Oliver, Felicity and Diggle join him in Central City to help stop a meta-human.
Season 3, Episode 8
When aliens called the Dominators attack Central City, Barry asks for help from the Green Arrow, the Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl in the first part of the epic crossover event.
Season 3, Episode 19
Barry travels to the future to find out Savitar’s identity in hopes of finding Iris, but in 2024, he encounters future versions of Team Flash who are very different people.
Season 2, Episode 21
With Barry gone, the team must figure out a way to handle the return of an old enemy - Girder (GREG FINLEY), by trying to trap him in S.T. A. R. Labs.
Season 2, Episode 11
When Cisco gets a vibe of Eobard Thawne, Barry and the team don't believe it. But, after an attack at Mercury Labs, Christina McGee confirms that the Reverse-Flash is back.
Season 1, Episode 17
MARK HAMILL (Star Wars) reprises his role as James Jesse aka The Trickster, when a copycat killer (DEVON GRAYE) starts setting bombs off in Central City.
Season 3, Episode 7
In order to save Barry, Caitlin uses her powers, but the effort unleashes her inner Killer Frost, who ends up battling both The Flash and Vibe. Kevin Smith directs.
Season 3, Episode 16
Desperate to stop Savitar and save his friends, Barry turns to the speed force for answers. Meanwhile, H.R. gives Jesse some advice.
Season 3, Episode 9
Unable to focus on the Christmas holiday – and especially his relationship with Iris – Barry travels to Earth-3 to get advice from Jay Garrick in how to stop Savitar.
Season 2, Episode 9
Villains James Jesse (MARK HAMILL), Capt. Cold and the Weather Wizard (LIAM McINTYRE) run amok in Central City during Chistmas. KEIYNAN LONSDALE joins the cast as Wally West.
Season 4, Episode 1
In the season four premiere, Cisco (CARLOS VALDES) makes a risky decision to break Barry (GRANT GUSTIN) out of the Speed Force.