All things considered, it seems to be an appropriately timed story. It was Groundhog Day yesterday, and suddenly we're talking time travel. “The Flash” star Grant Gustin says their upcoming time travel episode of the series will take some of its ideas from the movie Groundhog Day.
Many have theorized that Barry himself was present the night of his mother’s murder and perhaps the reason he appeared miles away as a child that night was his older self saving him. When asked about this, Gustin replied: “That’s a good theory.”
Kreisberg offered one more tease, saying, “After that episode, things are never going to be the same on The Flash.”
“The Flash” airs Tuesdays at 8 P.M. EST on The CW.