We're gonna hit you with secrets faster than a shark attack.
King Shark's on the loose! The metahuman escapes from his A.R.G.U.S. aquarium, and Jaws jokes abound as Lyla and Diggle work with Team Flash to stop the villain in his... fins? A.R.G.U.S. might be all about guarding secrets, but we're here to let them loose.
Here are some #DCTV Secrets from this week's episode:
- What is Promethium metal?
- It's Hunter Zoloman after all… or is it?
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Don't run any further if you don't want to know any more. But of course you do and you will.
Not Even Shark Teeth Can Dent It
Harry mentions the substance used for King Shark's trap is Promethium metal. Good choice! Parts of Cyborg are comprised of Promethium. The alloy was first created by Steve Dayton's Dayton Labs. It takes two forms: volatile or depleted. In the latter state, the non-radioactive substance is basically indestructible. When it's volatile, Promethium can absorb or radiate energy, meaning it can serve as a power source. But there's a catch! Volatile Promethium is also capable of setting off metagenes.
Finally! Zoom has pulled off his mask, and he's... Jay Garrick?! Or is he Hunter Zolomon? Remember how Jay's Earth-1 doppelganger was named Hunter Zolomon? And in the comics, Zoom is Zolomon (at least when he’s not Eobard Thawne, but that’s a whole other story). Hmm… What do all these puzzle pieces mean? Not even we know yet. Share your theories with us in the comments. Let’s see if we can figure this mystery out together. In the meantime, there’s one thing we know for sure…
The next episode can’t get here fast enough!
See you then!