During their fight in the sewers, Pike knocks Barry through a grate on the floor. When Barry lands, you can see a little bit of the blue padding he lands on.
During Barry's first test on the Star Lab's Track, Tina's equipment had Barry going over 520 mph.
When Charlie goes down the alley, a man in a trenchcoat and hat is right behind him. Charlie hides behind a corner and grabs Barry as he comes around the corner. But Barry was no where in sight on the street.
4th and Willow is the location of Central City's Skid Row.
We find out that Tina's middle initial is "R".
One of Barry's past blind dates had a fear of spiders, hats, fish, suitcases, and anything with fur. The closest technical names for those fears are: arachnophobia, cocklaphobia, ichthyophobia, rotathecaphobia and doraphobia.
During Megan's research of news sightings of The Flash, one mentions the pool hall explosion that occurred in the later aired "Honor Among Thieves " (that episode was actually the first episode produced after the pilot).
Preminger really does need help cataloging the museum's collection - Emanuel Leutze's famous painting "Washington Crossing The Delaware" is seen in the basement.
Barry's eating habits are addressed in this episode. Due to his abilities, Barry also has extreme metabolism. His abilities do not fully turn off and he needs to consume much more food and liquids than a normal human would.
At the beginning of the episode, Hicks was part of a chain gang working on the highway. The United States had phased out this practice in the 1950's.
The amount of money that Hicks was looking for was $570,000. He hid it around 1970 and would have been worth $1.9 million in 1990.
Barry was the first of his family to go through college.
When Henry is watching TV, it's a Julia Child program.
Henry must be a crack shot; when shooting Danny's jukebox, he hits exactly the same spot with two bullets.
In Act IV, Barry is able to change into his Flash uniform even though he didn't bring his uniform with him. Unlike his comicbook counterpart who keeps his uniform in a ring, this Barry keeps his uniform in a briefcase that isn't present in the scene.
During the scene at the restaurant, the shooter is across the road at the courthouse. The words "Veritas, Aequalitas, Justitia" are engraved in the building and means; Truth, Equality and Justice.
The restaurant that Barry and Tina are eating at is called The Grande Jatte which translates to "the big shallow bowl".
During the shootout, Garfield fires off eleven rounds before reloading his handgun that only holds six rounds.
Outside the diner, The Flash uses a hubcap to deflect the bullets instead of catching them. It is established in past episodes that The Flash is able to catch bullets.