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- Transcribed, synced and corrected by chamallow -
- www.vevo-official.com -

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To understand what I'm about to tell
you, you need to do something first,

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you need to believe in the impossible.

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Can you do that? Good.

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You see that red blur?

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That's me.

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That too.

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There I am again.

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My name is Barry Allen.

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I am the fastest man alive.

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- _
- My story is pretty simple.

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My whole life, I've been running.

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Usually from bullies.

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Sometimes I escaped...
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sometimes I did not.

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- Tell me what happened?
- Those guys were picking on kids.

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Just 'cause they thought they weren't cool.

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- It wasn't right.
- I know.

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- I guess I wasn't fast enough.
- No.

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You have such a good heart, Barry.

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And it's better to have a
good heart than fast legs.

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Hello. I'm home.

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- Barry got into a fight.
- Oh yeah?

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- And he won.
- Ah, way to go, Slugger.

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Oh, and...

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no more fighting. Mh-hmm.

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But after that night,

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I was running from something much scarier.

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- Henry!
- Something I could never explain.

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Something... impossible.

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Barry!

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- Mom!
- Barry, go!

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- Mom!
- Get a doctor!

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Mom!

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- Mom!
- Nora!

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- David!
- Nora!

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Run, Barry, run!

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Mom?

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Dad?

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Sorry.
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Second robbery this week.

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- The teller ID'd Clyde Mardon as the shooter.
- What?

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Oh, geez, the Mardon brothers are back.

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- Didn't we already put those low-lives in prison?
- Yeah, on a 10-20 stretch,

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which in Central City's warped
mess, comes to two years time served.

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What do we got?

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Perps took the bank, shot out
the cameras, and as a chaser,

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killed the security guard over there.

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I got unis kicking in doors of
known Mardon brothers associates.

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CSI been over it?

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Uh, no.

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Where's Allen?

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Sorry! Sorry.

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- You can't keep covering for him...
- CSI! CSI! Coming through.

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... if he's not here, I'm gonna have to
carry on this investigation without him.

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Sorry I'm late, Captain Singh.

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What was it this time, Mister Allen?

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Did you forget to set your alarm clock?

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Before you answer, I should remind you,

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the excuse you gave last
time was car trouble.

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Wanna know why that one
was particularly memorable?

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- I do not own a car.
- He was running an errand for me.

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Barry, did you get me what I asked for?

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Yeah. Yeah, I did.

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I have it...

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right... here.

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I had a few bites of it.
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_

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Getaway car is a Mustang Shelby GT-500.

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Shelby's have a rear super-wide
tire specific to that model.

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12 inches with an asymmetrical tread.

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Hmm, there's something else.

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Thanks.

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Fecal excrement.

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Animal, I'd guess.

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My dad gave me that pen.

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Before he died.

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Sorry.

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Ok! I am ready to see
this atom smasher smashing.
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There was a shooting today.

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Your dad needs me to process some evidence.

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Which means I don't know if we're
gonna be able to make it to Star Labs.

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Seeing this thing turn
on is like your dream.

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Your sad little nerdy dream.

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- Plus, I canceled a date for this.
- Hands off my fries.

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Unbelievable.

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I'm stress-eating over my dissertation.

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We started selling cronuts
at Jitters, I ate two today.

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If I don't graduate soon, I'm
gonna be more muffin-top than woman.

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You look amazing.

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What is so important about this
particle accelerator anyway?

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Harrison Wells' work in quantum theory

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is light-years ahead of
anything they're doing at CERN.

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You're doing that thing where
you're not speaking English.

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Ok.

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Just... imagine

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that that dot, is

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everything the human race has
ever learned until this moment.

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Does that include twerking?

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That... is everything we could
learn from the particle accelerator.

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It's a whole new way of looking at physics.

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It will literally change the
way that we think about...

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everything.

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You gotta get yourself a girlfriend.

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- Hey, leave him alone, he's working.
- Hi, Dad.

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Your testing is done.

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I think the Mardon brothers
are hiding on a farm.

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The fecal matter I found on
the street, it was cow manure,

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which contains traces of oxytetracycline.

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It's an antibiotic.

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There are only four farms in the
area that still use it in their feed.

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I bet you find a very sweet
Shelby parked at one of them.

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Dad, seeing as how Barry
solved your poop problem,

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how about letting him go to Star Labs?

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- Fine, go.
- Yes!

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Thank you, Joe.

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So Barry, how was your trip?

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Did you find proof of the impossible
in Starling City, or did you just...

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make my dad mad for no reason?

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Actually, while I was away, I
had a chance to think about...

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you know, relationships. And...

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well, I'm not in one, and,

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you're not in one either,

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- and you're my best friend, Iris.
- You're mine, too.

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Why else would I be here?

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- That's not what I meant. What I meant...
- I know what you're gonna say, Barry.

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I'm not sure you do.

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Even though we pretty much grew
up in the same house together,

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and we're kinda like brother and sister,

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because we're not brother and
sister, it can get really...

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weird and awkward to
talk to me about girls,

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but I just want you to know,
that it shouldn't be awkward.

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There is nothing that I want more

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than for you to meet the
right person that totally

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loves and adores you for
the amazing guy that you are.

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Took the words right out of my mouth.

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Aw. Aren't you glad I know you so well?

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Thank you.

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My name is Harrison Wells.

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Tonight,

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the future begins.

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The work my team and I will do here

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will change our understanding of physics.

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Will bring about advancements in power,

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advancements in medicine,

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and trust me that future...
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will be here faster than you think.

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Ow! Hey, my laptop!
It's got my dissertation.

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I'm sorry.

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All right, kid, you don't
have to do this, all right?

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Just give me back my friend's
bag, and we'll call it even.

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Ok?

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Barry!

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- Are you ok?
- Yeah.

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Freeze! Police!

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Or do you want to find out the hard
way you're not faster than a bullet?

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Who is that guy, and
what is he so proud of?

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- So, he caught a mugger.
- He's a transfer from Keystone.

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Started a few weeks ago.
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- Eddie Thawne.
- Oh, that's Detective Pretty Boy.

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That's what my dad calls him.

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Says he actually keeps score
when it comes to arrests.

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He is pretty though.

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This is the last one on Barry's list.

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Look, I know the kid's smart,
but you said it yourself,

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sometimes he's chasing flying pigs.

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Well, let's check it out anyway.

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I'm Linda Park, and we're live outside
Star Labs, despite the inclement weather

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which is only going to get worse.

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The torrential downpour has in no
way affected the particle accelerator,

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which is up and running smoothly

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according to Star Labs CEO Harrison Wells.

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- Well?
- Mardon.

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I've got a plane to catch.

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What the hell?

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Oh!

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Chyre, hang in there.

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Wait, we are now being told
to evacuate the facility.

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The storm may have caused a malfunction
to the primary cooling system.

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Officials are now trying to shut
down the particle accelerator.

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But so far have been unable to regain...

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- What the hell happened to him?
- He was hit by lightning.

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How is he still alive?

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Go!
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- He's SVT.
- Pulse ox 80%.

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- No heartbeat.
- CBC, chem 24, type and cross blood. Bag him.

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Coding!

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- You can't be in here!
- I'm family!

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Charging paddles, 200.

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- Barry!
- Clear!

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What are you doing?

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- He likes this song.
- How could you possibly know that?

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I checked his Facebook page.

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I mean, he can hear everything, right?

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Auditory functions are the last
sensory faculties to degenerate.

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♪ Can't read my ♪
♪ No he can't read my ♪
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♪ poker face ♪

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- Oh, my God!
- Where am I?

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He's up!

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Doctor Wells, get down to
the cortex, like right now.

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... over 110. Pulse 120.

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Pupils equally reactive to light.

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- Look at me. Look at me.
- Hey hey. Oh, oh, relax.

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Everything's ok, man.

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You're at Star Labs.

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Star Labs? Who... who are you?

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I'm Cisco Ramon. She's
Caitlin... Doctor Snow.

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I need you to urinate in this.

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Not this second.

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What... what is happening?
What is going on?

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You were struck by lightning, dude.

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Wh...

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Lightning gave me abs?

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Your muscles should be atrophied, but

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instead they're in a chronic and
unexplained state of cellular regeneration.

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Come here, have a seat.

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You were in a coma.

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- For how long?
- Nine months.

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Welcome back, Mister Allen.

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We have a lot to discuss.

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It's hard to believe I'm here.

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I've always wanted to
meet you face to face.

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Yeah?

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Well, you certainly went to great
length to do it. Star Labs...

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has not been operational since

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FEMA categorized us as a
class 4 hazardous location.

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17 people died that night,

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many more were injured.

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Myself amongst them.

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Geez.

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What happened?

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Nine months ago, the particle
accelerator went online,

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exactly as planned.

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For forty-five minutes I had
achieved my life's dream and then...

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then there was an anomaly.

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The electron volts became
unmeasurable, the ring under us popped,

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energy from that detonation
was thrown into the sky,

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- and that, in turn seeded a storm-cloud...
- That created a lightning bolt

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that struck me.

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That's right.

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I was...

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recovering myself,

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when I heard about you.

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The hospital was undergoing
unexplainable power outages

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every time you were
going into cardiac arrest,

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which was, actually a misdiagnosis,

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because you see, you
weren't flat-lining, Barry,

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your heartbeat was moving too fast

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for the EKG to register it.

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Now, I'm not the most

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00:15:28,291 --> 00:15:30,965
popular person in town these days but,

258
00:15:30,977 --> 00:15:32,720
Detective West and his daughter

259
00:15:32,721 --> 00:15:34,265
gave me permission to bring you here, where

260
00:15:34,819 --> 00:15:37,122
- we were able to stabilize you.
- Iris?

261
00:15:37,140 --> 00:15:39,721
Iris, yes. She came to see you quite often.

262
00:15:39,722 --> 00:15:43,028
- She talks a lot.
- Also, she's hot.

263
00:15:43,148 --> 00:15:44,650
- I need to go.
- No, you can't.

264
00:15:44,662 --> 00:15:45,983
No, no, no, Caitlin's right,

265
00:15:45,984 --> 00:15:47,984
now that you're awake,
we need to do more tests.

266
00:15:47,992 --> 00:15:51,210
You're still going through changes,
there's so much that we don't know.

267
00:15:51,211 --> 00:15:53,131
I'm fine, really. I feel normal.

268
00:15:53,132 --> 00:15:55,203
Thank you for saving my life.

269
00:15:55,323 --> 00:15:56,600
Really?

270
00:15:56,720 --> 00:15:59,232
Can I keep the sweatshirt?
271
00:15:59,569 --> 00:16:01,765
- Yeah, keep the sweatshirt.
- Ok.

272
00:16:08,053 --> 00:16:09,562
Sure.

273
00:16:10,997 --> 00:16:13,355
- More?
- Thanks.

274
00:16:24,508 --> 00:16:26,791
Oh my God!

275
00:16:29,910 --> 00:16:31,755
You're awake!

276
00:16:31,756 --> 00:16:34,650
- Why didn't Star Labs call us?
- I just woke up.

277
00:16:34,662 --> 00:16:37,431
- Should you even be on your feet?
- Iris, I'm...

278
00:16:37,551 --> 00:16:39,116
I'm ok.

279
00:16:40,238 --> 00:16:42,434
I watched you die, Barry.

280
00:16:42,671 --> 00:16:45,653
You kept dying and your
heart kept stopping.

281
00:16:48,858 --> 00:16:50,343
Still beating.

282
00:16:50,463 --> 00:16:52,364
Beats really fast.

283
00:16:52,688 --> 00:16:55,183
Oops!

284
00:16:59,587 --> 00:17:02,993
- Are you ok, Tracy?
- Yeah, I got it.

285
00:17:04,477 --> 00:17:07,746
My dad is gonna be so happy to see you.

286
00:17:07,866 --> 00:17:10,303
Let me get my stuff,
ok? I'll be right back.

287
00:17:23,314 --> 00:17:24,746
Thank you. Thank you so much.

288
00:17:24,747 --> 00:17:26,090
How can I help you today?

289
00:17:28,503 --> 00:17:30,637
"This is a robbery."

290
00:17:30,874 --> 00:17:33,219
Is this supposed to be a joke?

291
00:17:33,481 --> 00:17:34,878
You tell me.

292
00:17:48,196 --> 00:17:51,320
Oh, you scared the hell out of us, kid.

293
00:17:51,440 --> 00:17:53,977
Yeah, that was quite the nap
you take there, baby-face.

294
00:17:53,989 --> 00:17:55,848
And you still look twelve.

295
00:17:55,968 --> 00:17:57,794
You look ok.

296
00:17:57,914 --> 00:18:00,525
- Are you really?
- Yeah.

297
00:18:00,645 --> 00:18:04,081
Detective West, we've got a 5-50
in progress at Gold City Bank.
298
00:18:04,093 --> 00:18:06,638
Two dead. Storm's really
picking up on the south side.

299
00:18:06,639 --> 00:18:09,232
- Grab your rain gear.
- I'm sorry, Barry, I gotta run.

300
00:18:09,233 --> 00:18:10,281
Do you need my help?

301
00:18:10,294 --> 00:18:11,396
No, you take it easy.

302
00:18:11,397 --> 00:18:13,313
There'll be plenty for you
to do once you've settled in.

303
00:18:13,314 --> 00:18:14,196
Let's go partner.

304
00:18:15,970 --> 00:18:17,816
Hey, Allen.

305
00:18:18,166 --> 00:18:19,950
Glad to see you.

306
00:18:19,962 --> 00:18:21,646
- Thanks, Eddie.
- Hey, Iris.

307
00:18:21,660 --> 00:18:24,903
Detective, you should go, my dad
doesn't like to be kept waiting.

308
00:18:25,963 --> 00:18:27,722
Glad you're back.

309
00:18:34,459 --> 00:18:37,749
The night of the explosion, Clyde
Mardon shot and killed Chyre.

310
00:18:37,752 --> 00:18:40,808
Mardon and his brother died
trying to escape their plane crash.
311
00:18:40,809 --> 00:18:42,655
Iris! Got a minute?

312
00:18:42,668 --> 00:18:45,038
Hey Barry. Good to see you.

313
00:18:50,440 --> 00:18:52,498
Screw you!

314
00:18:52,618 --> 00:18:54,195
You ok?

315
00:18:54,944 --> 00:18:56,354
I... I'm fine.

316
00:18:56,474 --> 00:18:59,822
I... I just need some air. I'll
call you tonight. All right?

317
00:19:08,062 --> 00:19:10,786
What's happening to me?

318
00:19:47,626 --> 00:19:50,046
Awesome!

319
00:20:01,455 --> 00:20:04,377
You don't really believe he
can run that fast, do you?

320
00:20:04,497 --> 00:20:07,346
Well, I believe anything is
possible, and in a few minutes,

321
00:20:07,874 --> 00:20:09,973
maybe you will too.

322
00:20:10,748 --> 00:20:12,041
How does it fit?

323
00:20:17,206 --> 00:20:18,595
It's a little snug.

324
00:20:19,234 --> 00:20:21,909
At least you'll be moving
so fast, no one will see you.

325
00:20:24,129 --> 00:20:26,396
See, you thought the
world was slowing down,

326
00:20:26,397 --> 00:20:27,497
it wasn't.

327
00:20:27,498 --> 00:20:29,015
You were moving so fast,

328
00:20:29,047 --> 00:20:31,506
it only looked like everyone
else was standing still.

329
00:20:31,810 --> 00:20:35,475
Doctor Wells will be monitoring your
energy output, and Caitlin your vitals.

330
00:20:36,129 --> 00:20:37,470
What do you do?

331
00:20:37,821 --> 00:20:39,714
I make the toys, man.

332
00:20:39,834 --> 00:20:40,759
Check it.

333
00:20:40,879 --> 00:20:43,961
This, is a two-way headset
with a camera I modified.

334
00:20:43,977 --> 00:20:47,099
Typically designed to combat battlefield
impulse noise, or in your case,

335
00:20:47,139 --> 00:20:48,568
potential sonic booms.

336
00:20:48,608 --> 00:20:49,973
Which would be awesome.

337
00:20:56,855 --> 00:20:57,996
What?
338
00:20:58,347 --> 00:20:59,593
Nothing.

339
00:21:00,925 --> 00:21:02,865
I just noticed you don't smile too much.

340
00:21:04,166 --> 00:21:07,184
My once promising career
in bio-engineering is over.

341
00:21:07,232 --> 00:21:09,244
My boss is in a wheelchair for life.

342
00:21:09,276 --> 00:21:11,033
The explosion that put you in a coma,

343
00:21:11,057 --> 00:21:12,709
also killed my fiancé.

344
00:21:13,476 --> 00:21:16,390
So this blank expression
kinda feels like the way to go.

345
00:21:18,633 --> 00:21:23,423
Mister Allen, while I am extremely eager
to determine your full range of abilities,

346
00:21:23,698 --> 00:21:25,702
I do caution restraint.

347
00:21:26,891 --> 00:21:28,112
Yeah.

348
00:21:59,179 --> 00:22:01,342
Whoo-hoo!

349
00:22:01,462 --> 00:22:03,713
He just passed 200 knots per hour.

350
00:22:05,190 --> 00:22:06,867
That's not possible.

351
00:22:16,496 --> 00:22:17,692
Mom!
352
00:22:17,702 --> 00:22:19,732
- No! Barry!
- Mom!

353
00:22:19,738 --> 00:22:22,452
Don't! Don't let him touch you!

354
00:22:39,678 --> 00:22:40,845
What is all this?

355
00:22:40,865 --> 00:22:43,231
Witnesses from the
robbery at Gold City Bank.

356
00:22:43,251 --> 00:22:45,107
Perp made off with 200 grand, more or less.

357
00:22:45,117 --> 00:22:47,492
- Catch this guys.
- The windows blew in,

358
00:22:47,522 --> 00:22:49,997
it was like a... hurricane.

359
00:22:50,117 --> 00:22:52,113
Everyone ran for cover.

360
00:22:52,342 --> 00:22:54,076
We're gonna have a sketch
artist work with you,

361
00:22:54,077 --> 00:22:54,940
if you feel up to it.

362
00:22:58,011 --> 00:23:01,115
Third robbery in a month,
where a freakstorm precedes it.

363
00:23:01,145 --> 00:23:04,149
Sounds like one of those Wide World
of Weird cases Barry's obsessed with.

364
00:23:04,169 --> 00:23:06,085
- He's not obsessed.
- Guess you haven't read his blog.
365
00:23:06,095 --> 00:23:07,742
The security cameras at the bank?

366
00:23:07,772 --> 00:23:09,419
Apparently they all shorted out.

367
00:23:09,539 --> 00:23:11,295
Well, we've got a bunch of witnesses here.

368
00:23:11,824 --> 00:23:13,970
They all have cellphones.

369
00:23:16,564 --> 00:23:19,199
The sky went black, and then boom!

370
00:23:19,219 --> 00:23:21,214
Outside was inside.

371
00:23:21,215 --> 00:23:23,999
Man, it was like there was
a thunderstorm, in the bank.

372
00:23:24,019 --> 00:23:27,961
Vukovich, suspect is driving
a black Mustang, partial plate

373
00:23:27,981 --> 00:23:30,756
6-Kilo-Charlie-3. Put out an APB.

374
00:23:30,766 --> 00:23:32,163
Copy that.

375
00:23:34,988 --> 00:23:37,783
It looks like you had a
distal radius fracture.

376
00:23:37,903 --> 00:23:39,259
Had?

377
00:23:39,599 --> 00:23:40,737
It's healed.

378
00:23:40,857 --> 00:23:42,323
In three hours.
379
00:23:42,353 --> 00:23:44,110
How is that even possible?

380
00:23:44,230 --> 00:23:45,796
We don't know.

381
00:23:45,916 --> 00:23:47,253
Yet.

382
00:23:47,373 --> 00:23:49,639
You really need to learn how to stop.

383
00:23:49,759 --> 00:23:51,424
What happened out there today?

384
00:23:51,925 --> 00:23:52,659
You were moving pretty well,

385
00:23:52,660 --> 00:23:55,054
and then something
caused you to lose focus.

386
00:23:56,913 --> 00:23:59,059
I started remembering something.

387
00:24:03,750 --> 00:24:06,015
When I was 11, my mother was murdered.

388
00:24:10,715 --> 00:24:12,432
It was late,

389
00:24:14,028 --> 00:24:16,264
a sound woke me up.

390
00:24:16,544 --> 00:24:18,769
I came downstairs, and...

391
00:24:20,086 --> 00:24:23,140
I saw what looked like a ball of lightning.

392
00:24:23,908 --> 00:24:25,844
Inside the lightning,

393
00:24:25,964 --> 00:24:28,269
there was a man.

394
00:24:30,036 --> 00:24:31,802
He killed my mom.

395
00:24:33,469 --> 00:24:35,385
They arrested my dad.

396
00:24:35,796 --> 00:24:38,261
He's still sitting in Iron
Heights for her murder.

397
00:24:39,418 --> 00:24:41,654
Everyone, the cops, the shrink, they...

398
00:24:42,094 --> 00:24:45,407
they all told me what I saw was impossible.

399
00:24:48,272 --> 00:24:51,535
But what if the man who
killed my mom was like me?

400
00:24:52,463 --> 00:24:54,738
Well... I think I can say unequivocally

401
00:24:54,858 --> 00:24:56,664
you are one of a kind.

402
00:25:02,633 --> 00:25:04,689
Can I help you, Detective?

403
00:25:04,809 --> 00:25:08,112
You can stop acting like you can't
stand me when your dad's around.

404
00:25:08,462 --> 00:25:09,799
Aww.

405
00:25:09,919 --> 00:25:13,222
But I like having a boyfriend
who isn't shot to death.

406
00:25:32,913 --> 00:25:36,666
You can't tell my dad. He
doesn't know about me and Eddie.
407
00:25:36,786 --> 00:25:39,001
Doesn't seem like
anyone's in on the secret.

408
00:25:39,121 --> 00:25:40,907
I was gonna tell you.

409
00:25:41,246 --> 00:25:42,494
When you were in the hospital,

410
00:25:42,495 --> 00:25:45,140
Eddie covered my father's shifts
so that we could both be with you.

411
00:25:45,907 --> 00:25:48,554
I thanked him with a cup of
coffee, and things just...

412
00:25:48,560 --> 00:25:51,047
kind of... happened.

413
00:25:51,436 --> 00:25:53,083
And it's good.

414
00:25:54,659 --> 00:25:56,286
Dating your partner's daughter,

415
00:25:56,306 --> 00:25:58,401
it's not against department regulations?

416
00:25:58,611 --> 00:26:00,316
Why are you so upset?

417
00:26:00,317 --> 00:26:02,683
I just don't like having to
lie to your dad, you know?

418
00:26:15,397 --> 00:26:17,203
Barry?

419
00:26:41,555 --> 00:26:42,832
Hey!

420
00:26:42,862 --> 00:26:44,409
Mardon!
421
00:27:35,108 --> 00:27:36,650
That poor man.

422
00:27:37,673 --> 00:27:40,724
The way that fog came in, I
have never seen anything like it.

423
00:27:40,740 --> 00:27:42,626
Barry! Iris!

424
00:27:42,746 --> 00:27:44,792
I'm all right, Dad.

425
00:27:45,378 --> 00:27:46,602
What the hell were you thinking

426
00:27:46,603 --> 00:27:47,910
- having her out there?
- No, no, no...

427
00:27:47,913 --> 00:27:50,465
And I told you! When you see
danger, you run the other way!

428
00:27:50,502 --> 00:27:52,158
- You're not a cop!
- Because you wouldn't let me!

429
00:27:52,160 --> 00:27:53,748
- You're damn right!
- Joe, I need to talk to you.

430
00:27:53,749 --> 00:27:54,986
- It can wait.
- No, now.

431
00:27:58,702 --> 00:28:00,449
I know who did this.

432
00:28:00,923 --> 00:28:02,383
It's Clyde Mardon.

433
00:28:02,669 --> 00:28:05,124
I know, everybody thinks
he died in a plane crash
434
00:28:05,125 --> 00:28:07,468
after the Star Labs
explosion, but he is alive.

435
00:28:08,781 --> 00:28:11,239
All right, something happened
to him that night. I...

436
00:28:12,386 --> 00:28:15,018
I think he can control the weather.

437
00:28:15,655 --> 00:28:19,784
The recent robberies, they all happened
during freak meteorological events.

438
00:28:19,904 --> 00:28:21,680
And when I just confronted Mardon,

439
00:28:21,681 --> 00:28:24,550
the street was instantly enveloped in fog.

440
00:28:26,335 --> 00:28:28,356
Of course you don't believe me.

441
00:28:29,505 --> 00:28:31,463
- You never believe me.
- Ok.

442
00:28:31,583 --> 00:28:32,998
You wanna do this now?

443
00:28:33,118 --> 00:28:34,982
Out here? Fine.

444
00:28:35,102 --> 00:28:36,628
Mardon is dead.

445
00:28:36,748 --> 00:28:39,136
There is no controlling the weather, Barry.

446
00:28:39,137 --> 00:28:42,030
Just like there was no lightening
storm in your house that night.

447
00:28:42,031 --> 00:28:44,476
It was your brain helping
a scared little boy

448
00:28:44,489 --> 00:28:45,773
accept what he saw.

449
00:28:45,774 --> 00:28:47,508
- My dad did not murder my mom.
- Yes, he did!

450
00:28:47,520 --> 00:28:50,464
Your dad killed your mother,
Barry. I am sorry, son,

451
00:28:50,726 --> 00:28:53,656
but I knew it, the jury knew it,
now he's paying for what he did.

452
00:28:53,657 --> 00:28:55,242
- Dad, enough!
- No, Iris!

453
00:28:55,243 --> 00:28:57,523
I have done my best to take
care of you since that night,

454
00:28:57,526 --> 00:29:00,158
and I never asked for anything
in return, not even a thank you,

455
00:29:00,170 --> 00:29:02,090
but what I do ask now,

456
00:29:02,091 --> 00:29:03,763
is that you for once in your life,

457
00:29:03,775 --> 00:29:06,008
see things as they are.

458
00:29:15,876 --> 00:29:17,596
You're not going to believe this.

459
00:29:17,597 --> 00:29:20,442
We've got the eyewitness' sketch
of the robber from the bank job.
460
00:29:20,916 --> 00:29:24,633
If I didn't know better,
I'd say that's Clyde Mardon.

461
00:29:25,144 --> 00:29:28,200
But that's impossible, he's dead, right?

462
00:29:29,448 --> 00:29:33,976
I wasn't the only one affected by the
particle accelerator explosion, was I?

463
00:29:36,096 --> 00:29:38,895
- We don't know for sure.
- You said the city was safe,

464
00:29:38,896 --> 00:29:40,472
that there was no residual danger.

465
00:29:41,001 --> 00:29:43,514
But that's not true, so what
really happened that night?

466
00:29:45,470 --> 00:29:46,501
Well,

467
00:29:47,070 --> 00:29:49,022
the accelerator went active,

468
00:29:49,458 --> 00:29:52,129
we all felt like heroes, and then,

469
00:29:52,817 --> 00:29:53,974
it all went wrong.

470
00:29:53,975 --> 00:29:56,492
A dimensional barrier ruptured, unleashing

471
00:29:56,617 --> 00:29:58,645
unknown energies into our world,

472
00:29:58,661 --> 00:29:59,611
anti-matter, dark energy,

473
00:29:59,619 --> 00:30:01,623
- X-elements...
- Those are all theoretical.

474
00:30:01,655 --> 00:30:03,354
And how theoretical are you?

475
00:30:05,575 --> 00:30:08,138
We've mapped dispersion
throughout and around Central City

476
00:30:08,154 --> 00:30:10,333
but we have no way of
knowing exactly what or...

477
00:30:10,649 --> 00:30:14,061
who was exposed. We've
been searching for other

478
00:30:14,077 --> 00:30:16,337
metahumans, like yourself.

479
00:30:16,548 --> 00:30:18,844
- Metahumans?
- That's what we are calling them.

480
00:30:18,964 --> 00:30:20,512
I saw one today.

481
00:30:20,617 --> 00:30:21,725
He's a bank robber,

482
00:30:21,741 --> 00:30:23,130
and he can control the weather.

483
00:30:23,409 --> 00:30:26,328
- This just keeps getting cooler.
- This is not cool!

484
00:30:26,755 --> 00:30:28,522
All right? A man died.

485
00:30:29,177 --> 00:30:32,337
Mardon must have gotten his
powers the same way I did.

486
00:30:32,338 --> 00:30:34,891
From the storm cloud. He's still out there.
487
00:30:35,381 --> 00:30:38,076
We have to stop him before
he hurts anyone else.

488
00:30:38,092 --> 00:30:39,258
Barry!

489
00:30:39,793 --> 00:30:41,141
That's a job for the police.

490
00:30:41,157 --> 00:30:43,985
- Yeah, I work for the police.
- As a forensic assistant.

491
00:30:44,539 --> 00:30:46,363
You're responsible for this.

492
00:30:46,483 --> 00:30:49,250
- For him.
- What's important is you!

493
00:30:49,637 --> 00:30:50,770
Not me.

494
00:30:50,890 --> 00:30:52,326
I lost everything.

495
00:30:52,446 --> 00:30:54,076
I lost my company.

496
00:30:54,196 --> 00:30:55,864
I lost my reputation.

497
00:30:55,872 --> 00:30:57,430
I lost my freedom.

498
00:30:57,550 --> 00:30:59,839
And then you broke your arm,

499
00:30:59,839 --> 00:31:01,987
and it healed in three hours.

500
00:31:02,020 --> 00:31:04,175
Inside your body,
501
00:31:04,183 --> 00:31:06,115
could be a map to a whole

502
00:31:06,139 --> 00:31:07,688
new world genetic therapy,

503
00:31:07,710 --> 00:31:10,223
vaccines, medicines, treasures, Barry.

504
00:31:10,259 --> 00:31:12,654
Deep within your cells, and we cannot

505
00:31:12,682 --> 00:31:16,609
risk losing everything because
you wanna go out and play hero.

506
00:31:18,003 --> 00:31:19,525
You're not a hero.

507
00:31:20,800 --> 00:31:23,587
You're just a young man
who was struck by lightning.

508
00:31:43,693 --> 00:31:46,243
I didn't do this. I swear
to God I didn't do this.

509
00:31:46,363 --> 00:31:48,979
- Dad! Why are they taking you?
- Barry, don't go in the house.

510
00:31:49,027 --> 00:31:51,047
- Where's Mom?
- What's gonna happen to my son?

511
00:31:51,063 --> 00:31:51,677
Dad!

512
00:31:51,717 --> 00:31:53,250
- Barry!
- Dad!

513
00:31:53,266 --> 00:31:54,584
Stay out of the house!
514
00:31:55,423 --> 00:31:57,250
Barry!

515
00:31:59,645 --> 00:32:01,624
Joe, you know these people?

516
00:32:01,661 --> 00:32:03,898
My daughter's best friends with their kid.

517
00:32:04,229 --> 00:32:06,057
- I'm sorry.
- Hmm.

518
00:32:14,408 --> 00:32:16,099
Mom.

519
00:32:17,016 --> 00:32:18,008
Barry...

520
00:32:18,016 --> 00:32:19,347
Mom!

521
00:32:31,494 --> 00:32:33,283
_

522
00:32:33,284 --> 00:32:34,569
So that's my story.

523
00:32:34,689 --> 00:32:37,924
I've spent my whole life
searching for the impossible.

524
00:32:37,930 --> 00:32:39,770
Never imagining...

525
00:32:39,771 --> 00:32:41,342
that I would

526
00:32:41,462 --> 00:32:42,739
become

527
00:32:42,859 --> 00:32:44,312
the impossible.

528
00:32:49,131 --> 00:32:51,117
So why come to me?

529
00:32:51,587 --> 00:32:55,665
Something tells me you didn't just
run 600 miles to say hi to a friend.

530
00:32:56,007 --> 00:32:58,060
All my life I've wanted to...

531
00:32:58,595 --> 00:33:00,200
just do more.

532
00:33:00,891 --> 00:33:02,238
Be more.

533
00:33:02,691 --> 00:33:04,216
And now I am.

534
00:33:04,217 --> 00:33:06,675
And the first chance I get to help someone,

535
00:33:06,795 --> 00:33:08,216
I screw up.

536
00:33:09,001 --> 00:33:11,681
I was chasing the bad guy, and...

537
00:33:12,016 --> 00:33:13,803
and someone died.

538
00:33:15,475 --> 00:33:17,390
If you really do this...

539
00:33:18,524 --> 00:33:20,330
you're gonna make mistakes.

540
00:33:22,492 --> 00:33:24,264
I've made mistakes.

541
00:33:25,953 --> 00:33:29,105
But the good you do will
far outweigh the bad.

542
00:33:29,225 --> 00:33:31,202
What if Wells is right?

543
00:33:31,322 --> 00:33:32,910
What if I'm not a hero?

544
00:33:32,958 --> 00:33:35,624
What if I'm just some guy
who was struck by lightning?

545
00:33:35,662 --> 00:33:38,538
I don't think that bolt of
lightning struck you, Barry.

546
00:33:39,754 --> 00:33:41,613
I think it chose you.

547
00:33:43,835 --> 00:33:46,013
I'm just not sure I'm like you, Oliver.

548
00:33:46,947 --> 00:33:49,086
I don't know if I can be some...

549
00:33:49,206 --> 00:33:50,593
vigilante.

550
00:33:50,713 --> 00:33:52,431
You can be better.

551
00:33:54,178 --> 00:33:56,572
Because you can inspire people,

552
00:33:58,095 --> 00:34:00,117
in a way that I never could.

553
00:34:01,597 --> 00:34:04,382
Watching over your city
like a guardian angel,

554
00:34:04,399 --> 00:34:06,398
making a difference...

555
00:34:07,476 --> 00:34:09,252
saving people.

556
00:34:10,498 --> 00:34:12,376
In a flash.

557
00:34:16,356 --> 00:34:18,234
Take your own advice.

558
00:34:19,320 --> 00:34:21,345
Wear a mask.

559
00:34:28,813 --> 00:34:30,081
Cool.

560
00:34:33,990 --> 00:34:35,321
Cool.

561
00:34:41,369 --> 00:34:44,554
I've been going over unsolved
cases from the past 9 months,

562
00:34:44,554 --> 00:34:48,276
and there's been a sharp increase in
unexplained deaths, and missing people.

563
00:34:48,300 --> 00:34:50,465
Your metahumans have been busy.

564
00:34:50,466 --> 00:34:53,706
Now, I'm not blaming you, I know you
didn't mean for any of this to happen.

565
00:34:53,735 --> 00:34:55,866
I know you all lost something.

566
00:34:56,090 --> 00:34:57,634
But I need your help to catch Mardon,

567
00:34:57,635 --> 00:34:59,230
and anyone else out there like him.

568
00:34:59,833 --> 00:35:01,626
But I can't do it without you.

569
00:35:06,187 --> 00:35:08,361
If we're gonna do this...

570
00:35:08,603 --> 00:35:10,280
I have something that might help.

571
00:35:11,326 --> 00:35:13,402
Something I've been playing with.

572
00:35:13,522 --> 00:35:16,900
It's designed to replace the turnouts
firefighters traditionally wear.

573
00:35:17,155 --> 00:35:19,630
I thought if Star Labs could do
something nice for the community,

574
00:35:19,654 --> 00:35:22,209
maybe people wouldn't be so
angry at Doctor Wells anymore.

575
00:35:22,239 --> 00:35:23,993
How is it gonna help me?

576
00:35:23,994 --> 00:35:26,161
It's made of a reinforced tri-polymer,

577
00:35:26,162 --> 00:35:27,782
it's heat and abrasive resistant,

578
00:35:27,782 --> 00:35:30,631
so it should withstand your
moving at high-velocity speed.

579
00:35:30,664 --> 00:35:33,311
And the aerodynamic design
should help you maintain control.

580
00:35:33,312 --> 00:35:34,998
Plus, it has built-in sensors,

581
00:35:35,030 --> 00:35:37,729
so we can track your vitals, and
stay in contact with you from here.

582
00:35:37,767 --> 00:35:38,751
Thanks.

583
00:35:39,014 --> 00:35:40,523
Now, how do we find Mardon?
584
00:35:40,547 --> 00:35:42,583
I re-tasked Star Labs satellites

585
00:35:42,607 --> 00:35:45,296
to track meteorological
abnormalities over Central City.

586
00:35:45,416 --> 00:35:46,759
We just got a ping.

587
00:35:46,760 --> 00:35:49,906
Atmospheric pressure dropped 20
millibars in a matter of seconds.

588
00:35:50,405 --> 00:35:53,212
I've tracked it to a farm
just west of the city.

589
00:35:55,648 --> 00:35:57,896
I'm not saying Mardon is alive,

590
00:35:57,897 --> 00:36:00,732
but if he was, this is the last
place him and his brother hid out.

591
00:36:00,763 --> 00:36:01,858
Let's go.

592
00:36:17,145 --> 00:36:18,376
Mardon?

593
00:36:19,085 --> 00:36:20,268
On your feet.

594
00:36:20,460 --> 00:36:21,945
Hands on your head.

595
00:36:22,304 --> 00:36:23,829
You got me.

596
00:36:26,016 --> 00:36:27,366
The night of the storm,

597
00:36:27,382 --> 00:36:29,258
after Star Labs blew.

598
00:36:30,568 --> 00:36:32,140
After our plane went down,

599
00:36:32,148 --> 00:36:33,881
and I woke up on the ground, alive.

600
00:36:33,897 --> 00:36:36,156
When I saw what I could do, I understood.

601
00:36:38,927 --> 00:36:40,492
I am God.

602
00:36:40,524 --> 00:36:41,841
Shut the hell up!

603
00:36:43,550 --> 00:36:44,492
Turn around.

604
00:36:53,545 --> 00:36:56,491
You think your guns can stop God?!

605
00:36:56,499 --> 00:36:59,214
Why in the hell would
God need to rob banks?

606
00:36:59,406 --> 00:37:01,090
You're right.

607
00:37:01,497 --> 00:37:03,454
I've been thinking too small.

608
00:37:41,286 --> 00:37:43,924
Barry, Barry, this thing is getting closer.

609
00:37:43,934 --> 00:37:46,266
Wind speeds are 200 miles
per hour, and increasing.

610
00:37:46,282 --> 00:37:48,207
- Barry, can you hear me?
- Yeah.

611
00:37:48,254 --> 00:37:49,524
Loud and clear.

612
00:37:49,579 --> 00:37:52,134
If it keeps up, this
could become an F5 tornado.

613
00:37:53,683 --> 00:37:55,312
And it's headed towards the city.

614
00:37:55,320 --> 00:37:57,795
How do I stop it? Guys?

615
00:38:01,515 --> 00:38:04,421
- What if I unravel it?
- How the hell are you gonna do that?

616
00:38:04,461 --> 00:38:07,543
I'll run around it in the opposite
direction, cut off its legs.

617
00:38:07,575 --> 00:38:09,786
He'd have to clock 700
miles per hour to do that.

618
00:38:09,802 --> 00:38:12,987
Your body may not be able to
handle those speeds. You'll die.

619
00:38:13,107 --> 00:38:14,895
I have to try.

620
00:38:27,309 --> 00:38:29,912
- The suit's holding up.
- But he's not.

621
00:38:29,928 --> 00:38:31,980
He can do it. I know he can do it.

622
00:38:47,024 --> 00:38:48,577
He's too strong.

623
00:38:50,963 --> 00:38:53,215
It's time to think big.

624
00:38:58,906 --> 00:39:00,628
You can do this, Barry.
625
00:39:01,736 --> 00:39:02,887
You're right,

626
00:39:03,007 --> 00:39:04,997
I am responsible for all this.

627
00:39:05,047 --> 00:39:07,172
So many people have been hurt,

628
00:39:07,200 --> 00:39:08,795
because of me, and when I looked at you,

629
00:39:08,823 --> 00:39:11,887
all I saw was a potential
victim of my hubris,

630
00:39:11,908 --> 00:39:15,232
and yes, I created this
madness, but you, Barry,

631
00:39:15,290 --> 00:39:16,800
you can stop it.

632
00:39:16,920 --> 00:39:20,647
You can do this now, run!

633
00:39:20,767 --> 00:39:23,138
Barry, run!

634
00:40:12,329 --> 00:40:13,614
Barry?

635
00:40:16,085 --> 00:40:17,307
Hey!

636
00:40:22,319 --> 00:40:24,790
I didn't think there
was anyone else like me.

637
00:40:25,842 --> 00:40:27,423
I'm not like you.

638
00:40:27,995 --> 00:40:29,343
You're a murderer.
639
00:40:35,081 --> 00:40:36,853
- Barry?
- It's over.

640
00:40:36,973 --> 00:40:38,173
I'm ok.

641
00:41:12,598 --> 00:41:14,024
What you can do...

642
00:41:15,980 --> 00:41:17,519
it was the lighting bolt?

643
00:41:19,383 --> 00:41:20,872
More or less.

644
00:41:22,489 --> 00:41:24,246
I'm sorry, Barry.

645
00:41:25,750 --> 00:41:27,592
I'm sorry I didn't believe you.

646
00:41:28,714 --> 00:41:31,947
And I called you crazy
for chasing the impossible.

647
00:41:33,473 --> 00:41:36,204
But you really did see something
that night your mom died.

648
00:41:39,254 --> 00:41:41,146
And your dad is innocent.

649
00:41:44,259 --> 00:41:45,925
I need you to promise me something.

650
00:41:46,476 --> 00:41:49,645
I don't want you telling Iris
about anything you can do.

651
00:41:49,701 --> 00:41:50,852
Any of it.

652
00:41:51,085 --> 00:41:52,864
I want her safe.

653
00:41:53,330 --> 00:41:54,580
Promise me.

654
00:41:56,133 --> 00:41:57,143
Yeah.

655
00:42:16,653 --> 00:42:18,841
Hey, Slugger.

656
00:42:19,724 --> 00:42:22,251
You've been calling me
that since I was eleven.

657
00:42:24,001 --> 00:42:26,415
Funny thing is, I finally
got into a fight today.

658
00:42:26,712 --> 00:42:28,448
You just got out of a coma.

659
00:42:28,470 --> 00:42:30,355
I'm not sure you should be picking fights.

660
00:42:32,854 --> 00:42:33,778
Hey.

661
00:42:34,850 --> 00:42:36,333
Did you win?

662
00:42:37,787 --> 00:42:38,817
Yeah.

663
00:42:39,135 --> 00:42:40,307
I did.

664
00:42:47,458 --> 00:42:49,188
You didn't kill Mom.

665
00:42:50,691 --> 00:42:52,717
You know I know that, right?

666
00:42:54,503 --> 00:42:56,712
You believing me,
667
00:42:57,333 --> 00:42:59,296
is all I need.

668
00:43:02,387 --> 00:43:04,716
You're not gonna be in here much longer.

669
00:43:05,126 --> 00:43:06,834
Whoever killed Mom,

670
00:43:07,469 --> 00:43:09,869
whatever killed her...

671
00:43:11,013 --> 00:43:13,583
I think I finally have a way to find them.

672
00:43:13,646 --> 00:43:15,107
To stop them.

673
00:43:15,227 --> 00:43:17,967
Barry, we've talked about this.

674
00:43:18,158 --> 00:43:20,190
It's time to let it go.

675
00:43:20,198 --> 00:43:22,943
You've got to stop worrying about me.

676
00:43:24,376 --> 00:43:26,162
And live your life.

677
00:43:29,402 --> 00:43:33,030
For the first time, I
feel like I finally can.

678
00:43:35,140 --> 00:43:37,335
The truth is, ever
since the night Mom died,

679
00:43:37,335 --> 00:43:39,269
I've been stuck in one place.

680
00:43:39,558 --> 00:43:41,704
Missed out on a lot of things.
681
00:43:43,017 --> 00:43:44,577
But I'm different now.

682
00:43:44,874 --> 00:43:46,723
I made some new friends.

683
00:43:47,005 --> 00:43:48,820
They're helping me find my way.

684
00:43:48,940 --> 00:43:51,169
Why is it shaped like a lightning bolt?

685
00:43:51,289 --> 00:43:52,906
So it's not boring.

686
00:43:53,026 --> 00:43:54,918
And finally move forward.

687
00:43:55,440 --> 00:43:57,938
Remember when you wanted
me to change my name?

688
00:43:58,058 --> 00:44:01,305
So I wouldn't have to deal with
people knowing you're my dad.

689
00:44:03,218 --> 00:44:04,933
I'm glad they know.

690
00:44:08,110 --> 00:44:09,444
I'm...

691
00:44:09,486 --> 00:44:11,025
so proud,

692
00:44:11,145 --> 00:44:12,705
to be your son.

693
00:44:18,606 --> 00:44:20,300
I love you, Son.

694
00:44:22,602 --> 00:44:24,296
I love you too, Dad.

695
00:44:40,694 --> 00:44:42,768
My name is Barry Allen.

696
00:44:42,794 --> 00:44:45,256
And I am the fastest man alive.

697
00:44:50,011 --> 00:44:53,064
A friend recently gave me
the idea for a new name.

698
00:44:57,176 --> 00:44:59,170
And something tells me,

699
00:44:59,400 --> 00:45:01,129
it's gonna catch on.

700
00:45:51,955 --> 00:45:54,319
_

701
00:45:59,533 --> 00:46:06,601
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