In Season 4 of "The Flash", Barry Allen aka "Flash" will be faced with a new villain after the emotional season finale and team flash' efforts to fight off Savitar. The new season will be less on the time travel following the destruction of future Barry's suit, which is also the idea that the showrunners Andrew Kreisberg and Todd Helbing targets it to be. A new main villain under the name of Clifford DeVoe / The Thinker will finally appear after its name has been mentioned in previous episodes of Season 3 and lastly when Savitar threats on one of Flash' great enemies.
Even though Season 4 does not start until Oct 10, Episodes 6 and Episodes 7 are now ready for a title coming from a report by Spoiler TV. "The Flash" Season 4 Episode 6 is titled "When Harry Met Harry" while Season 4 Episode 7 will be "Therefore I Am" centring on the influence of the new villain, The Thinker to one of team flash, Harrison "Harry" Wells. It has been discussed that Harry Wells will return from Earth-2 and will be emotionally challenged, one of the qualities that The Thinker can do.
Dr Harrison "Harry" Wells is the mind and money behind the S.T.A.R. Labs Particle Accelerator in Central City with having different versions of himself. In an interview with Andrew Kreisberg, Harry Wells from Earth-2 will return and through his search for completeness and improvement on his self, another Harry Wells version will appear, as the title of the Episode 6 has denoted. Episode 7 is most likely a confirmation of The Thinker's plan in connection to Wells.
In getting to know the main villain of Season 4, FanSided reports that the previous three seasons were enough to have vicious speedsters to still continue on to another season. This time it is the fastest man against the fastest mind and the Thinker can put them onto different situations that the protagonists should think ahead of. Despite having a team of brains like Cisco, Wells, and Caitlin, The Thinker is out to test their wits to the highest level, still, Barry will try harder to prevail with his speedy resistance to challenging situations.
"The Flash" Season 4 gets even tougher as it premieres on Oct 10 with a title "The Flash Reborn" directed by Andrew Kreisberg and written by Todd Helbing and Eric Wallace. Watch the premiere episode on The CW at 8 p.m. EST.© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.