The mystery waitress’s identity in The Flash is still a mystery for the fans. Ever since her first appearance on Supergirl crossover “Crisis on Earth-X,” she got fans curious and guessing who she really is. Meanwhile, the series is yet to address the burning question about her involvement in the story.
Recently, during a press screening of “Run, Iris Run,” Executive Producer Todd Helbing addressed fan theories revolving around the character’s true identity on the show. While he refrained from giving out any specific details about the character, Helbing said that the theories are “pretty fun” but no one has figured it out yet.
“Every year, there are theories all over the place about what we’re doing,” Helbing said as quoted by TV Line. “Some of them get pretty close, some of them hit, like, one part of it but they don’t get the other parts. I don’t think anybody ever is going to guess exactly what it is.”
One of the wildly popular theories suggests that Kennedy’s character is Iris and Barry’s future daughter and speedster Dawn Allen. Fans have even pointed at some resemblance between Iris and the mystery girl suggesting that they both talk fast when nervous.
Fans will remember seeing Jessica Parker Kennedy’s mystery waitress brief interaction with Barry Allen moments before his wedding. She said that his wedding would be “one for the ages.” As revealed before, Kennedy confirmed that there is more to her character and she will come back at least “one more time.”
Following her appearance on West-Allen wedding day, the mystery girl returned in episode 11 when she surprised Cisco and Ralph by paying for their jitters order. Yet again, in The Flash Season 4 episode 15, she interrupted Caitlin and Harry’s conversation about Killer Frost. It seems fans will have to wait a bit longer to find out who this mystery girl truly is.
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