The Flash
Barry (Grant Gustin, not pictured) will use Linda Park (Malese Jow, pictured) to lure out Zoom (Tony Todd, not pictured) in episode 6 of "The Flash" Season 2. The CW

Believe it or not, this Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanaugh) might actually be trustworthy. Wells' bad blood with Jay Garrick (Teddy Sears) carried over from Earth 2 in episode 5 of "The Flash" Season 2 and the pair vehemently disagreed over what to do about Dr. Light (Malese Jow). However, Wells was ultimately proved correct when Dr. Light tried to kill Linda Park (Malese Jow), her Earth 1 Doppelganger. Now, Barry (Grant Gustin) plans to listen to the scientist and take the fight to Zoom (Tony Todd) -- the bad guy who has been sending all of these meta-human foes from Earth 2 -- in episode 6, "Enter Zoom."

According to the synopsis for the new episode, Barry has a plan to bait Zoom into a fight. Iris (Candice Patton) wants to help. In fact, she has the perfect secret weapon to lure Zoom to Earth 1 -- Linda Park. Since Dr. Light is gone and Linda Park looks, well, exactly like her meta-human Doppelganger, Barry and Iris figure if they stage things to make it look like Dr. Light has killed the Flash, Zoom might show up to investigate, allowing them to spring a trap. It could work! The only problem is Linda might not be up to task of pretending to be a killer meta-human.

The promo for the episode reveals that training Linda to use Dr. Light's suit and fake superhero powers is not the easiest task.

"Maybe if she did not scream every time she fired," Wells chides.

Hopefully they figure it out because in one scene from the teaser a very scared Linda comes face-to-face with the Flash's new arch enemy. It looks like Zoom is coming to Earth 1!

Watch the promo for Season 2, episode 6 below:

Meanwhile, the synopsis also reveals that Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) is not too comfortable with the whole Linda Park-as-bait plan. She thinks it is a bad idea and Garrick agrees. Are they right?

Will Barry be able to stop Zoom? Is Linda in danger? Fans will have to wait to find out. "The Flash" airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EST on the CW.