Speed, as it turns out, might just run in the family, because probably the last person you’d ever expect to don some speedster leathers will do just that before the end of The Flash Season 4, just like her brother did before her.

That’s right, Iris West will suit up as a Speedster before this season is through.

Entertainment Weekly reports that “Iris West will be suiting up this season!” The whole thing will be “temporary,” but she’ll definitely “suit up as a speedster in a March episode.” They add “additional details as to how are being kept under wraps at the moment.”

This coincides with a series of recent leaked set photos that show actress Candice Patton in a black-and-white masked costume made of the same material as the many Speedster suits we’ve seen in the past. Better yet, the design scheme is refreshingly different from some of the repetitive suits we’ve seen in the past.

Wally's going to be so shocked.

Rumors say she was filming Episode 16 of this season when the photos were taken. Assuming the show doesn’t take any weeks off, that episode should air on February 27. So that’s close enough, right?

If the whole thing sounds almost too good to be true, that’s probably because it is. Why would she suit up for only one episode unless there was something suspicious going on?

Just because someone suits-up as a Speedster, doesn’t mean they’re actually a Speedster. Remember that time Harry pretended to be the dead Eobard Thawne, aka Reverse-Flash, but from when he wore the face of Harrison Wells all so he could try and tame a telepathic gorilla?

That's Harry Wells, not Harrison Wells or Eobard Thawne.

Maybe Iris gets temporary super-speed and dons the costume while Barry and the rest of Team Flash is out of commission? Or maybe she fakes the whole thing as part of an elaborate ruse? There are tons of ways The Flash might give Iris a reason to pretend to be a Speedster.

But who knows, maybe she does get super-speed but only wears the costume once before learning that she’s pregnant and retiring from the superhero game altogether?

No matter what the explanation is, we’re willing to bet that “Mystery Girl” has something to do with it.

The Flash airs Tuesdays on The CW at 8 p.m. Eastern.

Photos via The CW (1, 2, 3)

It’s only Tuesday, but the latest batch of Fortnite: Battle Royale challenges have already leaked. We actually covered the initial news (and the mystery behind it) last week, but with Season 6 challenges quickly approaching here’s a quick guide on what you can do to prepare for the update (presumably version 5.3).

At the beginning of August, one data miner found a bit of code suggesting an event would happen on August 21 in Fortnite: Battle Royale. With Wednesday’s update, players saw something different in the sky, which could be tied to this upcoming event and maybe even Season 6.

Fortnite players who looked at the sky on Wednesday saw the infamous “crack in the sky” was now smaller by quite a lot. There’s no explanation on why it reduced in size, but it’s definitely noticeable.

When the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama does a fantasy series for Netflix, it inevitably feels a lot like Homer Simpson going to Westeros. But rather than being anything like the legitimate Game of Thrones spoof that happened with the The Simpsons Season 29 premiere, Matt Groening’s Disenchantment sometimes feels like a drunken smattering of fantasy themes and tropes, as if Homer was recapping Game of Thrones but kept getting it confused with other fantasy stories because he had one too many Duff beers.

Now that Fortnite: Battle Royale received its v5.20 patch, the next update for the week comes on Thursday when the Week 5 Challenges go live. Thanks to some data miners, those challenges showed up a bit early, and in the case of this week’s tasks, there’s even a treasure map to inspect.

Shotguns in Fortnite: Battle Royale are probably the most popular weapons in the game. They’re plentiful and do a lot of damage. For those reasons, the weapons are constantly rebalanced by Epic Games and it appears players are in store for another change coming.

Eric Williamson, design lead for Epic Games, tweeted Tuesday about a possible change to the Pump Shotgun. Next week, the developer will release its v5.30 Update for Fortnite: Battle Royale, and it appears this version of the weapon will get a faster equip time. This could make the Pump Shotgun a favorite for players once again.