- Crosses the Line Twice: Wells 2.0 taking about Cisco from his earth.Wells 2.0: We had a Cisco on my earth once. He was delicious.
- "Funny Aneurysm" Moment:
- There's a brief gag, where Ralph under hypnosis can't remember the faces of women on the bus...but he can remember their measurements (he later does the same to Caitlin). Iris is disgusted, but before this episode aired producer and show runner Andrew Kreisberg was suspended from the show following numerous allegations of sexual harassment and creating a toxic workplace.
- One of the alternate Wells is essentially Hugh Hefner, in an episode released not long after he passed away.
- Hilarious in Hindsight: The brief appearance of a Gandalf-like Wells, when it was announced that Amazon is going to make their own The Lord of the Rings television series.
- Moral Event Horizon: The crew was clearly very aware that the audience would be inclined to take the side of someone fighting against the cultural appropriation of Native American artifacts, so they make sure to show Black Bison as completely unconcerned about any body count she racks up, including a little girl.
- One-Scene Wonder: The Council of Wells is quite a memorable part of the episode, even though they aren't the actual focus.
- Narm Charm: Likely the writers' intended effect with the Council of Wells. In particular, the cybernetic eye on Wells 2.0 almost looks like it was intended to look fake.
- Nightmare Fuel: The scene where the police mannequin becomes animated. It's very obviously set up specifically so the meta of the week can animate it, but the timing and fashion of it coming to life is surprisingly unsettling. An officer is holding a demonstration and asks for questions from the observers when it suddenly raises its hand along with the audience members and turns its head to stare at him, as if it was alive all along. What makes it so effective is that the meta was just shown to still be in her cell far away in another part of the building, so the audience isn't expecting it to animate so soon and so suddenly when her powers have never effected anything beyond arm's reach before.
- Strawman Has a Point: As noted under MEH, Black Bison isn't wrong in her desire to see Sioux artifacts and religious items returned to her people. The only reason she's a bad guy is because she keeps hurting people.
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