Mark Mardon : I didn't know that Joslyn was busting me out. I didn't know she'd do half the things she does. I haven't spoken to her in years.
The Flash : And you expect me to believe she woke up this morning and was like
[in a high-pitched falsetto]
The Flash : "You know what? I wanna break my dad out of Iron Heights"?
Mark Mardon : Joss was born when me and her mom were still in high school. I never could work out how to be with that woman. Then when Joss came, I thought the best thing to do was to focus on my career.
The Flash : Your criminal career?
Mark Mardon : That's why I left her with her mom. Least until she ran away because of some falling out.
The Flash : What happened with Joss and her mom?
Mark Mardon : The last time I spoke to her, she told me that her and Joss are broken. You know how it is. Sometimes mothers and daughters break, and there ain't no fixing 'em.
Weather Witch : Hey, don't mind me. I'm just here to pick up my dad.
Nora West-Allen : Did she say "dad"?
Mark Mardon : Joslyn?
Weather Witch : It's Joss.
[in the blink of an eye, Barry takes Mardon to the Pipeline]
Weather Witch : Bring me my father! Now!
The Flash : Yeah, that's not gonna happen.
Weather Witch : We'll see about that. Bring my dad to Porter Plaza in one hour, or Central City is gonna get wrecked.
XS : So, the rotten apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Weather Witch : [sarcastic] You're a poet. Awesome.
Weather Witch : Where's my dad?
The Flash : [appearing with Mardon] All right, Joss, we held up our end of the bargain. You got your dad. There's no reason to hurt anybody.
Mark Mardon : Ah, so boring. Come on. We'll handle it from here.
Mark Mardon : Hey, baby girl.
Weather Witch : Dad.
Mark Mardon : That's a pretty cool staff. Would you just... how about you just power that thing off for a sec and, uh, let your dad try.
Weather Witch : Try this.
Cisco Ramon : [a Hummer lands grille-first on Mardon] Oh!
Weather Witch : Oh, oh, don't feel bad. He was a selfish dick who abandoned his family. Anyway, thanks for helping me drop a truck on my dad.
Mark Mardon : [the Hummer falls over, revealing he's just a hologram] Uh, guys?
Iris West-Allen : [at STAR Labs, wearing a VR headset] What now?
[taking it off]
Iris West-Allen : I didn't see the Hummer coming.