‘The Big Bang Theory’ Season 10 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Superhero Gets To Wear Latex Costume? Find Out Who!

By Annavi A. Salvador , Updated Aug 25, 2016 07:15 AM EDT
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A long list of characters awaits everyone for the upcoming "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10, but not everyone will be wearing a latex suit. Well, we saw Leonard, Raj, and Howard wearing a Scarlet Speedster in "The Middle-Earth Paradigm," Season 1's Halloween special. And in several episodes, Sheldon, portrayed by Jim Parsons, also wore a Flash-inspired tee.

So who is this character wearing a latex costume in one of the episodes of "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10? Mayim Bialik teased the viewers with her Instagram post showing a photo of her and Brandon Jones. The caption revealed that Bialik had fun having Jones as their guest and that he feels comfortable wearing a latex!

Another Instagram post of Bialik goes out thanking Jones for his "flash'y guest spot." Viewers are quick to catch that the "Pretty Little Liar" star may be portraying a superhero role in "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10. Could he be DC Comics' The Flash?

"The Flash" character has come up in several episodes of "The Big Bang Theory" which depicts the show's fondness for the superhero. At the end of season 8, Sheldon was quoted saying if he should just watch the CW series before he jumps into breaking up with Amy. And yes, that one episode where they cosplay John Wesley Shipp in the 90's. Is it safe to say then that Jones will be the next Flash in season 10?

The next big question is how should The Flash come in the story in "The Big Bang Theory" Season 10. News has been all around about Penny and Leonard having a formal wedding after they eloped in season 9. It will be chance to finally meet Penny's eccentric family. Amy and Sheldon could also have living arrangement changes after Leonard moves out. In anyway, it will be exciting how everything blends in with The Flash in the upcoming episodes.

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