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"Honor Among Thieves" is the fourth episode of the superhero action/fantasy series The Flash and the fifth episode of the series overall (if one counts the two-part series premiere as two episodes). It was directed by Aaron Lipstadt and written by Milo Bachmann, Danny Bilson, and Paul De Meo based on a story treatment by Howard Chaykin and John Francis Moore. It first aired on CBS on Saturday, October 25th, 1990 at 8:00 pm. In this episode, a crew of murderous thieves arrives in Central City with their eyes set on stealing the priceless death mask of Rasputin from the Central City Museum. Barry Allen reunites with an old colleague, but his stress levels begin to increase, which has an unexpected effect on his powers.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • Production code number: 187101.
  • This episode is rated TV-PG (retroactive ratings classification).
  • Actor Clarence Clemons is best known as the recognizable saxophone player for the E. Street Band, fronted by singer Bruce Springsteen. Clemons passed away on June 18th, 2011 from complications from a stroke.

Allusions Edit

  • The street corner where Barry Allen finally stops Mortello's car is 4th and Garrick. The 4th may be taken from Showcase #4, which was the first appearance of Barry Allen. The name Garrick is taken from Jay Garrick, who is the original Golden Age Flash.
  • Julio Mendez makes numerous references to his girlfriend Sabrina in this episode, but the character does not make an actual appearance.

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  1. Teleplay writer Milo Bachmann is credited as Milo Bachman in this episode.
  2. Supervising producer Steve Hattman is credited as Stephen Hattman in this episode.
  3. The preceding all received opening title credits for this episode.


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