Dean: You thinking what I'm thinking?
Stewart: Zero chance.

What are you watching by yourself in the bathroom at 8 am?


Iris: Yeah, but he should go. Someone should try to get through to him.
Joe: Maybe his best friend?
Cisco: Joe, believe me. I have tried!
Joe: I meant her.

Iris: People just want to thank man who saved Central City.
Barry: Well they can't, because that's not me. You should know that better than anyone.

Cisco: You expecting trouble?
Joe: Cops always expect trouble. In this city, I expect super evil flying monsters.
Cisco: That's a solid expectation. [Joe laughs]

Dr. Stein: Alarm!
Cisco: Believe me, we're all alarmed.
Dr. Stein: No! Alarm system. You've tapped into the survelliance cameras, correct?
Cisco: Correct! Come on feel the noise.

You carry a handkerchief now? What are you, 80?


Caitlin: That light was perfect bait. What made you think of that?
Cisco: I don't know. I think I saw it in a comic book somewhere.

So, this is what it looks like inside Mercury Labs. Security here is way better than it was at STAR Labs, what with people walking in and out of the cortex all of the time.


So in trying not to be a fictional character from your brother's television show, you're letting our real life kids do whatever the hell they want, and we think this is a good idea?


Henry: Do you think...can you be all that you are becoming with me here?
Barry: You're the only family I have left.
Henry: Well, that's not really true. Don't you have another family in this room? They need your help, too, Barry. When you need me, I will be here. But right now Central City doesn't need you to be Henry Allen's son, it needs you to be The Flash. My Kid, the superhero. I have to go. I need you to tell me that it's OK.

Claire: Or I could just nip this in the bud right now by saying there is no chance in hell that you and I are ever gonna happen. Like, it's impossible.
Dean: But what if it wasn't?