The current season of The Flash has featured 3 brief appearances by an unidentified woman portrayed by Jessica Parker Kennedy. Listed in the scripts as “Mystery Girl,” fans have been theorizing on the identity of the character and executive producer Todd Helbing commented on the speculation following a press screening for this week’s episode of The Flash.
Helbing stated that the theories he has read on Mystery Girl’s identity are “pretty fun” and commented on fan speculation from past seasons:
“Every year, there are theories all over the place about what we’re doing. Some of them get pretty close, some of them hit, like, one part of it, but they don’t get the other parts.”
Unfortunately, Helbing would not offer any information on Mystery Girl’s identity and instead weighed in on the chances of fans correctly identifying the character:
“I don’t think anybody ever is going to guess exactly what it is.”
After making an appearance as a waitress at Barry and Iris’ wedding, the mysterious girl later returned as a generous Jitters patron who paid for Cisco and Ralph’s order, where she was seen writing using the same symbols Barry scribbled during his incoherent state after exiting the Speed Force. The previous episode of The Flash marked the third appearance of the character when she “accidentally” bumped into Caitlin and Harrison Wells at Jitters.
Who do you think she is? Share your thoughts below!
The Flash airs on Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. ET on The CW.
10 Ways Batman Could Join The Arrowverse
The team of Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim have done something that many thought wasn’t possible: make a TV universe better and more powerful than a film universe from the same company. While it isn’t perfect, there are many ways to improve it and the fans are clamoring for one name in particular.
Batman has been one of the most used comic book characters in almost every medium and with good reason. He’s the most popular character in DC Comics and probably the best depending on who you ask. But would placing Batman in the same universe as Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl work? Should The CW do it? These are the reasons why I think it would and should work.
Here are 10 ways Batman could join the Arrowverse. Hit Next to get started!