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- My name is Barry Allen,

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and I am
the fastest man alive.

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To the outside world,

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I'm an ordinary
forensic scientist.

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But secretly, with the help

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of my friends
at S.T.A.R. Labs,

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I fight crime
and find other meta-humans

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like me.

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But I became lost in time.

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It took everything
in my friends' power

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to bring me back,
and in doing so

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our world was opened up
to new threats.

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And I'm the only one
fast enough to stop them.
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I am the Flash.

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- Previously on "The Flash"...

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- This is where I came out
of the Speed Force.

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- And a wave of dark matter
washed out with you.

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- DeVoe orchestrated everything
to get the people

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he wanted on the bus.

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- But why does he
need their powers?

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I can't figure
out his end game.

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- We got a planner,
just like Thawne.

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- I hereby deem Barry Allen's
appeal deni--

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- Wait!

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- DeVoe?
- Not DeVoe.

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It's Ralph.

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- Barry Allen is hereby ordered
release immediately.

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[dramatic music]

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- Some people don't think you
should be back on the force.

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- When do you think
I can come back?

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- When everyone believes DeVoe
is really alive and well.

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- I call this my thinking cap.

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[screams]

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- He only wants the bus metas.

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He wants their powers.
All of them.

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- We know a bus meta.

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- There's three more people out
there who need our help,

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and we need to find them
before DeVoe does.

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*

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- What if...

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What if I just, like,
breach all three

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of the bus metas to,
like, Earth-2?

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- How about this?

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We alter each bus meta's DNA

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by performing
intercellular surgery.

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- And what?
And turn them into chickens?

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- Yeah.

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- We're not Frankensteining
innocent people.

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- Listen, Ramon,
DeVoe wants these bodies.

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All right?
Maybe if we change the bodies,

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we keep these people safe.

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- I'm sorry, don't you have,
like, six PhDs?

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- Seven.
- Yeah, which one of them

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is in mad science?

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- Mad science is just
an area of study.

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It's not a degree, okay?

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And by the way,
I don't see you coming up

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with any other ideas.

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- You know why?

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'Cause it's bed time over here
on Earth-1.

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Do you know what bed time is?

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Do they have that on Earth-2?
- Bed--Bed time.

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- All right, it's this thing
where we just shut down

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to recharge our batteries.

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- Oh, my gosh.
- I highly recommend it.

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[beeping]

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Harry.
- You're still here? What?

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- No matter what you think,
DeVoe's already thought of it.

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So why don't you just go home,

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recharge, start again
in the morning, all right?

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- I'm gonna keep going.

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- [sighs]
Goodnight.

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*

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- Maybe you have
thought of everything.

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Just like Thawne.

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*

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[whooshing]

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- What is all this?
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- This is gonna give us
the edge we finally need

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to be smarter than DeVoe.

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Or me to be smarter
than DeVoe, actually.

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Take a look at this.

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*

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- What is that?

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- This is an intelligence
booster.

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You put this thing
on Dibny here,

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and even he would be able
to understand

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the point source
construction.

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You put it on a real genius,

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I'll finally be able
to outthink the Thinker.

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- You know what, I'm not sure
this thinking cap

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is the best idea
you've ever had.

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- It's an intelligence booster.

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- It looks like a thinking cap.

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- You don't like it,
blame yourself.

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You gave me the idea.
- What?

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- You're the one that said
DeVoe planned all this

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just like Thawne in order
to stop Barry.

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And you said that DeVoe became
the Thinker the same night

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you became the Flash,
and so I hacked into

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security footage of that
night to see how he did it.

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*

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This is why he's so smart.

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DeVoe boosted his intelligence
with neurochemical engineering

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powered by the dark energy

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from the particle accelerator
explosion.

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And if we build our own,
we can do the exact same.

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- Wait, you wanna blast your
brain with 10 billion joules

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of dark energy?

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- I've harnessed energy from

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the particle accelerator
explosion before,

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and I can do it again.

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- Yeah, but Harry,
reengineering your brain's

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neurochemistry, that's--

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- DeVoe did it.

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So can I.

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How many more metas have to die
before we finally stop DeVoe?

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- Uh...not--Not me.
I mean...

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I say we go for it.
Right?

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Right, guys?

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- What do you think?

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- I say we explore it.

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- Yeah, I agree.

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- Ramon.

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- No, this is way too risky.

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- Of course it's risky,
but if we succeed,

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we will save the lives of
the four remaining bus metas,

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including a member
of our team.

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- You're talking about intense
amounts of dark energy

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going right into your brain,

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right into that cap,

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that turned a mac and cheese
loving pacifist

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into a homicidal maniac.

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You put that cap on,
what's it gonna do to you?

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- I've run the numbers
dozens of times.

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The math and the chemistry
check out.

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I can do this.

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- I don't think you can.

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- I can with your help.

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- Not this time.

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All right, let's keep coming up
with more ways to solve this.

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*

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- Just so I'm clear on this,
someone finally came up
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with a way to stop this
La-Z-Boy riding lunatic

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and we just might not do it?

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*

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That's really cool, guys.

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*

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- I got this one.
- Yeah, thanks.

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[sighs]

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- This is the only way.

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I'm gonna do it
with or without his help.

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- Hey, Ralph.

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Look, don't worry, okay?

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We're gonna figure this out.

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- Yeah, everybody keeps
saying that,

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and each time we almost
get DeVoe, he gets away.

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Every time he gets away,

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he's one step closer
to getting me.

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- Hey, that is not
going to happen.

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- Well, I can't take that
chance anymore, Iris.

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So if anyone needs me,
I will be downstairs

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in my tiny guest quarters
until this is over.

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- There are still three bus
metas out there,

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and we're gonna need your help
to find them and protect them.

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- Iris, the only person I need
to protect from now on

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is good old Ralphie boy.

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- You are part of this team.

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- Yeah, and I'm the only one
with a body that DeVoe
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is trying to snatch.

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You don't have any concept
of how dangerous it is

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for me out there.

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- Yes, I do.

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- How could you?

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- Because I'm the leader
of this team.

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- Yeah, that's right,
you are.

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But you're always back there
hiding safe and sound.

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While the rest of us are
out in the field

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putting our lives
on the line.

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*

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- * Just take me
to your paradise *

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* I wanna see the body skies
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- Hey, sorry I'm late.

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Some drama in the Cortex.

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Thanks for the coffee.

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- It's all good.

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- You okay?

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- Yeah, yeah,
I'm, you know--

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Cecile's in her
third trimester,

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so it's definitely
getting serious.

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- You guys have any names
picked out yet?

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- Uh, yeah.
A few.

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- Come on,
I'm not gonna tell anybody.

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- No, you're not, because
you're not gonna know

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until Cecile tells you.
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- All right.
- Anyway.

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I talked to Singh about getting
you back in the lab.

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- Yeah, and?

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- It's gonna be a while.

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- Why?
I thought Judge Hankerson

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and Singh had
everything they needed.

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- We thought so, too,
but the mayor wants to sit down

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with the DeVoes herself.

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- Seriously?

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- Look, we can't find Marlize,

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so the only chance we got
is to get Ralph to use

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his nauseating powers
to impersonate DeVoe again.

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- All right, I'll ask him,
but right now he'll barely

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leave S.T.A.R. Labs.

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- What happened to that whole
buddy system thing

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you had going on?

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- It's not enough for him,
I guess.

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- Then I don't know, Barry.

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- I should be out there.

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Helping people.
Putting bad guys away.

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- Right now, we should be
trying to stop DeVoe

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and finding those
last few bus metas.

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'Cause I got a bad feeling one
of them's gonna show up soon.

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- [screams]

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[sizzling]
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- Next time,
it'll be your hand.

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Now, everybody on the floor.

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*

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- Dude, you got a death wish?

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Do what he says.

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- Stealing is a sin.

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You shouldn't be
using the powers

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you've been given this way.

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- I'll use them any way
I see fit.

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Including frying you
to a crisp

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if you move any closer.

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- Oh, I don't think you will.

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You don't wanna hurt me
or anyone in this bank.

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You can still walk
away from this.

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*

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But the moment you
touch that money,

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your life changes forever.

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Now, you don't really want
that, do you?

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- Maybe you're right.

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Or maybe you've got
a death wish!

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What the hell?

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My powers!

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They're gone!

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- [grunts]
- No, no, no!

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[chatter]

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- Hey, buddy, you're a real--

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*
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Hero.

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[beeping]

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- Cisco.
- Hmm?

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- What do you got?

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- Oh, you know,
the usual.

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Just loads and loads
of dark matter.

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- Makes sense.
Eye witnesses said this guy

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melted this vault door
with fire from his hands.

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- Hmm, figures.
But not just any fire.

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This fire melted through
ten inches of reinforced steel.

259
00:09:46,153 --> 00:09:49,289
I mean, that would take over
6,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

260
00:09:49,322 --> 00:09:51,324
Ten times the thermal output
of Rory's heat gun.

261
00:09:51,358 --> 00:09:53,694
- Well, here's where
it gets weirder.

262
00:09:53,727 --> 00:09:56,263
Apparently shortly after,
his powers stopped working.

263
00:09:56,296 --> 00:09:57,831
- Stopped working?

264
00:09:57,865 --> 00:09:59,933
- Yeah, so if he was one
of our bus metas,

265
00:09:59,967 --> 00:10:01,869
I guess we have one less
to worry about.

266
00:10:01,902 --> 00:10:03,704
- Nobody's powers stop working.

267
00:10:03,737 --> 00:10:07,374
- Eric Fry, six months ago,
were you on the 405 bus?

268
00:10:07,407 --> 00:10:09,042
- Please.

269
00:10:09,076 --> 00:10:12,746
Do I look like someone
who takes public transit?

270
00:10:12,780 --> 00:10:14,815
- All right, then, Mr. Fry.

271
00:10:14,848 --> 00:10:16,784
How long have you
had your powers?

272
00:10:16,817 --> 00:10:18,418
- A few years.
- Oh.

273
00:10:18,451 --> 00:10:19,853
You're an OG meta.
274
00:10:19,887 --> 00:10:21,354
- And you just started
using them now?

275
00:10:21,388 --> 00:10:23,156
- Here, yeah.

276
00:10:23,190 --> 00:10:25,959
Once Flash showed up,
I took this act on the road.

277
00:10:27,728 --> 00:10:29,096
Doesn't matter anymore, though.

278
00:10:29,129 --> 00:10:32,399
- Right, you don't have
your powers anymore.

279
00:10:32,432 --> 00:10:36,236
'Cause they just disappeared?
Vanished?

280
00:10:36,269 --> 00:10:38,071
Into thin air?
Huh?

281
00:10:38,105 --> 00:10:39,907
- All right, Cisco.

282
00:10:39,940 --> 00:10:41,408
- He's clear.

283
00:10:41,441 --> 00:10:43,777
- You have any idea
how this happened?

284
00:10:43,811 --> 00:10:46,780
- One minute I had powers.
The next...

285
00:10:46,814 --> 00:10:48,415
Nothing.

286
00:10:48,448 --> 00:10:50,117
- Will you get him out of here?
287
00:10:50,150 --> 00:10:51,985
- That's right.
Get him out of here.

288
00:10:52,019 --> 00:10:55,355
- All right.
- Yeah, get him out of here.

289
00:10:55,388 --> 00:10:57,424
I can't believe his powers
disappeared like that.

290
00:10:57,457 --> 00:11:00,260
- How does someone
lose their powers?

291
00:11:00,293 --> 00:11:02,029
- So, I can think
of a couple of ways

292
00:11:02,062 --> 00:11:03,731
this might have happened.

293
00:11:03,764 --> 00:11:06,166
If this Eric Fry metastasizes
solar radiation

294
00:11:06,199 --> 00:11:08,101
to create heat,
we could put him in the dark

295
00:11:08,135 --> 00:11:09,402
to de-power him.

296
00:11:09,436 --> 00:11:10,871
- But it was still
broad daylight.

297
00:11:10,904 --> 00:11:13,874
- Okay, maybe his
internal biochemistry

298
00:11:13,907 --> 00:11:16,910
has been altered to create its
own internal thermal combustion

299
00:11:16,944 --> 00:11:18,912
and he just ran out of fuel.

300
00:11:18,946 --> 00:11:21,248
- Okay, so if this guy's not
one of the bus metas,

301
00:11:21,281 --> 00:11:23,784
then that means that there's
still three more out there

302
00:11:23,817 --> 00:11:25,052
before DeVoe gets to me.

303
00:11:25,085 --> 00:11:27,955
So, I'm safe.
Safer, I'm safer.

304
00:11:27,988 --> 00:11:29,757
- Those are innocent people,
Ralph.

305
00:11:29,790 --> 00:11:32,960
- I'm innocent.
I'm still gonna get terminated.

306
00:11:32,993 --> 00:11:34,461
Oh, my God.

307
00:11:34,494 --> 00:11:36,463
I'm Sarah Connor.
- No.

308
00:11:36,496 --> 00:11:37,865
- I'm gonna go back
to my room.

309
00:11:37,898 --> 00:11:39,466
Get some comfort food.

310
00:11:39,499 --> 00:11:41,434
- Ralph...

311
00:11:41,468 --> 00:11:44,204
- The way I see it,
Fry walks into the bank
312
00:11:44,237 --> 00:11:47,775
with his fire powers,
meets this other guy,

313
00:11:47,808 --> 00:11:49,076
and then his powers are gone.

314
00:11:49,109 --> 00:11:51,044
Coincidence?
I think not.

315
00:11:51,078 --> 00:11:53,881
- So you think this guy
did something to Fry?

316
00:11:53,914 --> 00:11:55,949
- I think we can ask him
some questions.

317
00:11:55,983 --> 00:11:58,218
- I interviewed every
eye witness in that bank.

318
00:11:58,251 --> 00:11:59,987
Nobody knew who he was.

319
00:12:00,020 --> 00:12:01,822
- Cisco, why don't you
crosscheck the deposits

320
00:12:01,855 --> 00:12:02,823
from today with
dad's witness list?

321
00:12:02,856 --> 00:12:04,424
- Way ahead of you.

322
00:12:04,457 --> 00:12:06,994
Everyone on the list checks out
except Matthew Kim--

323
00:12:07,027 --> 00:12:09,162
an EMT out of
Central City General.

324
00:12:09,196 --> 00:12:11,131
- Barry, let's go
ask some questions.

325
00:12:11,164 --> 00:12:12,866
- Oh, I'll go.

326
00:12:12,900 --> 00:12:14,534
Barry, you can stay here.

327
00:12:14,567 --> 00:12:17,304
- Um, okay.

328
00:12:17,337 --> 00:12:18,839
- Well, you know, I never go
out into the field,

329
00:12:18,872 --> 00:12:21,108
so I thought, you know...

330
00:12:21,141 --> 00:12:22,843
- Yeah, I mean,
you're the boss.

331
00:12:22,876 --> 00:12:24,511
- Okay.
Uh, Caitlin,

332
00:12:24,544 --> 00:12:26,246
why don't you see how this
power stealing thing works,

333
00:12:26,279 --> 00:12:28,115
and Cisco, why don't you use
the satellite's tracking

334
00:12:28,148 --> 00:12:30,383
perimeters to scan the city
for dark matter?

335
00:12:30,417 --> 00:12:31,819
- Mmm-hmm.

336
00:12:31,852 --> 00:12:33,153
- Okay.

337
00:12:33,186 --> 00:12:35,856
- I'll just come running
if you need me.

338
00:12:35,889 --> 00:12:37,791
- Okay. Thanks.

339
00:12:37,825 --> 00:12:41,294
*

340
00:12:41,328 --> 00:12:43,864
- [clears throat]
Can I hang out in here?

341
00:12:48,869 --> 00:12:50,070
- [sighs]

342
00:12:50,103 --> 00:12:51,538
Can you--Do you mind--

343
00:12:51,571 --> 00:12:53,173
Can you save
the eating till later?

344
00:12:53,206 --> 00:12:54,808
We're actually trying
to save lives here.

345
00:12:54,842 --> 00:12:56,443
- This is really good, though.

346
00:12:56,476 --> 00:12:57,845
- [sighs]
Is it?

347
00:12:57,878 --> 00:12:59,279
- Yeah.

348
00:12:59,312 --> 00:13:01,248
You put this together
pretty quick, huh?

349
00:13:01,281 --> 00:13:03,483
- Yes, I did,
for a test run.

350
00:13:03,516 --> 00:13:04,885
[whirring]

351
00:13:04,918 --> 00:13:05,986
Ooh.

352
00:13:06,019 --> 00:13:09,489
I can feel my neurons firing.

353
00:13:09,522 --> 00:13:13,093
Firing at a rate 20 times
their normal rate.

354
00:13:13,126 --> 00:13:15,428
And that's without
the addition of dark matter.

355
00:13:15,462 --> 00:13:18,198
I can feel my brain's
processing systems evolving.

356
00:13:20,267 --> 00:13:22,502
There's a 67% chance you're
gonna spill that mustard

357
00:13:22,535 --> 00:13:24,437
on the floor.
Oh!

358
00:13:24,471 --> 00:13:27,240
- Okay, how did you do that?

359
00:13:27,274 --> 00:13:29,542
- Well, I simply analyzed
your eating habits

360
00:13:29,576 --> 00:13:32,179
and extrapolated them at
a predictive behavior model

361
00:13:32,212 --> 00:13:34,614
all within four seconds.

362
00:13:34,647 --> 00:13:37,317
The cap is working.

363
00:13:37,350 --> 00:13:40,153
- Eh, cool,
but I'm not quite convinced.

364
00:13:40,187 --> 00:13:41,521
- No?

365
00:13:41,554 --> 00:13:44,591
Really?
You're not convinced?

366
00:13:44,624 --> 00:13:46,393
All right, then.

367
00:13:46,426 --> 00:13:48,628
The answer is none.

368
00:13:48,661 --> 00:13:50,363
And have a little more respect
for your body, will you?

369
00:13:50,397 --> 00:13:52,032
- This is a veggie dog, man.

370
00:13:52,065 --> 00:13:53,566
- I'm not talking about
the veggie dog, man.

371
00:13:53,600 --> 00:13:55,468
I'm talking about the wiping
the mustard on the pants

372
00:13:55,502 --> 00:13:57,938
causes the pant movement which
indicates a lack of clothing

373
00:13:57,971 --> 00:14:01,074
to bodily friction,
which can mean only one thing.

374
00:14:01,108 --> 00:14:04,077
- Right, what kind of underwear
am I wearing?

375
00:14:04,111 --> 00:14:06,479
- And the answer...

376
00:14:06,513 --> 00:14:09,082
is none.

377
00:14:09,116 --> 00:14:11,184
- You got all that from your
fancy metal cap?

378
00:14:11,218 --> 00:14:14,221
- Yes, I did.
- It's impressive, Harry.

379
00:14:14,254 --> 00:14:15,956
Except for one
very small thing.

380
00:14:15,989 --> 00:14:17,457
- Which is?

381
00:14:17,490 --> 00:14:19,092
- Your head is on fire.

382
00:14:19,126 --> 00:14:20,627
- [laughs]
It's no--

383
00:14:20,660 --> 00:14:22,362
[beeping]

384
00:14:22,395 --> 00:14:23,596
[grunts]

385
00:14:28,035 --> 00:14:32,672
*

386
00:14:32,705 --> 00:14:34,507
[distant sirens]

387
00:14:34,541 --> 00:14:37,044
- When I mentioned spending
more time together,

388
00:14:37,077 --> 00:14:38,545
I meant family barbecues,
not questioning

389
00:14:38,578 --> 00:14:40,380
people of interest.

390
00:14:40,413 --> 00:14:42,682
- I know, I just want people
to know that I'm not afraid

391
00:14:42,715 --> 00:14:44,952
to go out in the field
every once in a while.

392
00:14:44,985 --> 00:14:46,019
- Who says you are?

393
00:14:46,053 --> 00:14:47,254
- Ralph.
- Ralph?

394
00:14:47,287 --> 00:14:48,255
He should talk.
He won't even

395
00:14:48,288 --> 00:14:49,656
leave the building.

396
00:14:49,689 --> 00:14:51,524
- I know, but it made me
wonder, you know?

397
00:14:51,558 --> 00:14:53,994
What kind of leader constantly
puts everyone else's life

398
00:14:54,027 --> 00:14:55,128
on the line except their own?

399
00:14:55,162 --> 00:14:57,497
- Oh, baby.

400
00:14:57,530 --> 00:14:59,432
We all know you're fearless.

401
00:14:59,466 --> 00:15:00,700
Whenever you've been needed
on the field,

402
00:15:00,733 --> 00:15:02,169
you've gone.

403
00:15:02,202 --> 00:15:04,671
So don't let Ralph
get in your head.

404
00:15:04,704 --> 00:15:06,639
Excuse me.
CCPD.

405
00:15:06,673 --> 00:15:08,675
We're looking for an EMT
named Matthew Kim.

406
00:15:08,708 --> 00:15:10,010
- Yes, he's right
through there.

407
00:15:10,043 --> 00:15:11,911
- There?
Thank you.

408
00:15:13,580 --> 00:15:15,082
[knocking]

409
00:15:15,115 --> 00:15:16,549
Matthew Kim?

410
00:15:16,583 --> 00:15:18,986
Detective Joe West, CCPD.

411
00:15:19,019 --> 00:15:21,588
We'd like to ask you some
questions about the attack

412
00:15:21,621 --> 00:15:23,123
at Central City Bank
this morning.

413
00:15:23,156 --> 00:15:25,092
[dramatic music]

414
00:15:25,125 --> 00:15:27,727
- I wouldn't know anything
about that.

415
00:15:27,760 --> 00:15:30,297
- Really?
'Cause I have a dozen witnesses

416
00:15:30,330 --> 00:15:33,700
that saw you stand up to
the man that melted the vault.

417
00:15:33,733 --> 00:15:36,203
*

418
00:15:36,236 --> 00:15:38,405
- He was going to hurt people.

419
00:15:38,438 --> 00:15:40,407
It was my duty to help them.

420
00:15:40,440 --> 00:15:42,375
- Any reason you left
without making a statement?

421
00:15:42,409 --> 00:15:45,645
*

422
00:15:45,678 --> 00:15:47,247
- I need to finish restocking
my inventory

423
00:15:47,280 --> 00:15:48,381
before another call comes in.

424
00:15:48,415 --> 00:15:50,117
I can't help you.

425
00:15:50,150 --> 00:15:51,518
- Look, Matthew, we know you
had something to do

426
00:15:51,551 --> 00:15:53,720
with that guy at the bank
losing his powers.

427
00:15:53,753 --> 00:15:57,190
We need to know.
What did you do to him?

428
00:15:57,224 --> 00:15:59,326
- Why?
So you can steal mine?

429
00:15:59,359 --> 00:16:01,028
- No, no!

430
00:16:01,061 --> 00:16:03,430
Let her go.
- Put the gun down.

431
00:16:03,463 --> 00:16:05,732
I said put it down.

432
00:16:05,765 --> 00:16:08,735
*

433
00:16:08,768 --> 00:16:12,072
He didn't deserve
those powers.

434
00:16:12,105 --> 00:16:13,406
He was hurting people.

435
00:16:13,440 --> 00:16:15,208
Flash!

436
00:16:15,242 --> 00:16:18,778
You're not the only one that's
been blessed with powers.

437
00:16:18,811 --> 00:16:21,081
I'm helping people, too.

438
00:16:21,114 --> 00:16:22,982
- Not like this.

439
00:16:28,555 --> 00:16:30,523
- You did this, not me.

440
00:16:30,557 --> 00:16:32,625
- I got him.

441
00:16:32,659 --> 00:16:35,228
*
442
00:16:35,262 --> 00:16:36,629
I lost my speed.

443
00:16:36,663 --> 00:16:38,098
- What do you mean
you lost your speed?

444
00:16:38,131 --> 00:16:42,035
- Uh, guys,
I think I found it.

445
00:16:49,209 --> 00:16:50,343
[quirky music]

446
00:16:50,377 --> 00:16:51,611
[whooshing]

447
00:16:51,644 --> 00:16:53,513
- [giggles]
This is amazing.

448
00:16:53,546 --> 00:16:54,647
[laughs]

449
00:16:54,681 --> 00:16:56,383
- Yeah, it is.

450
00:16:56,416 --> 00:16:58,251
- Well, I've run every test
I can think of.

451
00:16:58,285 --> 00:17:00,253
EKG, cellular regression
synthesis,

452
00:17:00,287 --> 00:17:02,789
brain chemistry,
and dark matter confirms it.

453
00:17:02,822 --> 00:17:05,092
Iris is a speedster.

454
00:17:05,125 --> 00:17:07,827
- So, what about Barry?

455
00:17:07,860 --> 00:17:09,362
- Um...

456
00:17:09,396 --> 00:17:12,299
Everything that was
a part of you--

457
00:17:12,332 --> 00:17:15,068
your speed,
connection to the Speed Force,

458
00:17:15,102 --> 00:17:16,269
the dark matter--

459
00:17:16,303 --> 00:17:19,806
it's all a part of Iris now.

460
00:17:19,839 --> 00:17:22,275
[dramatic music]

461
00:17:22,309 --> 00:17:24,111
- Can you--
- Reverse it?

462
00:17:24,144 --> 00:17:26,546
I don't know.
I can try.

463
00:17:26,579 --> 00:17:29,649
- So, Matthew Kim isn't
just removing DNA.

464
00:17:29,682 --> 00:17:32,152
He's transferring it
to anybody he touches.

465
00:17:32,185 --> 00:17:33,286
- He's not getting
rid of metas.

466
00:17:33,320 --> 00:17:34,587
He's creating new ones.

467
00:17:34,621 --> 00:17:36,223
- Well, that's not
the only thing.
468
00:17:36,256 --> 00:17:38,358
Guess who's got an apartment
just a block away

469
00:17:38,391 --> 00:17:41,428
from the 405 bus line and rides
it every day to get to work?

470
00:17:41,461 --> 00:17:45,232
- So Matthew is our bus meta,
not Fry.

471
00:17:45,265 --> 00:17:48,735
Which means that DeVoe is gonna
come after him sooner or later.

472
00:17:48,768 --> 00:17:51,204
- And if DeVoe gets
Matthew's abilities,

473
00:17:51,238 --> 00:17:52,839
he could take away
all our powers.

474
00:17:52,872 --> 00:17:55,408
- Unless we get him
on our side first.

475
00:17:55,442 --> 00:17:57,844
Then he can remove
the meta DNA from DeVoe.

476
00:17:57,877 --> 00:18:00,713
- Could that work?
- I mean, yeah.

477
00:18:00,747 --> 00:18:02,382
It could.
As best I can tell,

478
00:18:02,415 --> 00:18:03,850
Matthew's abilities work
by melting down

479
00:18:03,883 --> 00:18:06,619
the highly concentrated bonds
between DNA.
480
00:18:06,653 --> 00:18:09,322
That makes them totally pliable
so he can extract them

481
00:18:09,356 --> 00:18:11,658
and infuse somebody else
with the exact same meta DNA.

482
00:18:11,691 --> 00:18:15,362
- Melting highly
concentrated bonds.

483
00:18:15,395 --> 00:18:16,796
Melting Point.

484
00:18:16,829 --> 00:18:19,199
Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.
I gotta write that down.

485
00:18:19,232 --> 00:18:20,733
- Okay, great, so you guys
figure out how to get

486
00:18:20,767 --> 00:18:23,370
this Mr. Melting Point in the
same room as DeVoe

487
00:18:23,403 --> 00:18:25,205
and not get his
brains sucked out.

488
00:18:25,238 --> 00:18:26,639
I'm gonna go get a couple
of bear claws

489
00:18:26,673 --> 00:18:27,840
and go back to my room.

490
00:18:27,874 --> 00:18:29,876
- It's not Mr. Melting Point.

491
00:18:29,909 --> 00:18:31,311
Look, it's just Melting Point.

492
00:18:31,344 --> 00:18:32,579
- You know, somebody out there

493
00:18:32,612 --> 00:18:34,447
has Fry's fire powers
right now.

494
00:18:34,481 --> 00:18:36,483
We need to find them as much
as we need to find Matthew.

495
00:18:36,516 --> 00:18:38,185
- I'm on it.

496
00:18:38,218 --> 00:18:40,487
- And I'll see if there's
a way to reverse this.

497
00:18:40,520 --> 00:18:43,590
*

498
00:18:43,623 --> 00:18:45,558
- Well...

499
00:18:45,592 --> 00:18:48,695
Until then, what do we do?

500
00:18:48,728 --> 00:18:50,530
- We train.

501
00:18:52,599 --> 00:18:54,534
- Okay.

502
00:18:57,204 --> 00:18:59,272
[beeping]

503
00:19:02,542 --> 00:19:04,511
- Ramon!
Where--

504
00:19:04,544 --> 00:19:06,313
There you are.
What are you doing?

505
00:19:06,346 --> 00:19:07,647
- Updating some software.
506
00:19:07,680 --> 00:19:09,249
- Oh, good.
So nothing.

507
00:19:09,282 --> 00:19:10,317
Great, I need your help.

508
00:19:10,350 --> 00:19:11,384
- Try Ralph.

509
00:19:11,418 --> 00:19:12,952
- Ralph's useless.

510
00:19:12,985 --> 00:19:15,388
All he does is eat.

511
00:19:15,422 --> 00:19:17,557
- What do you want?

512
00:19:17,590 --> 00:19:18,958
- Do you have a microfilament
compression wrench

513
00:19:18,991 --> 00:19:21,928
with cobalt
retrieving clamp?

514
00:19:21,961 --> 00:19:23,430
- Yeah.

515
00:19:23,463 --> 00:19:24,864
- Yeah, where is it?

516
00:19:24,897 --> 00:19:26,933
- Why, so you can work
on your death cap?

517
00:19:26,966 --> 00:19:28,601
- It's not a death cap.
- It's a death cap.

518
00:19:28,635 --> 00:19:30,337
- No, it isn't.
- I hear there's plenty

519
00:19:30,370 --> 00:19:31,571
of tools on Earth-2.
- Yeah, well I'm on Earth-1.

520
00:19:31,604 --> 00:19:33,240
- Oh, you need a lift?

521
00:19:33,273 --> 00:19:34,807
together: I'll breach you there
right now!

522
00:19:34,841 --> 00:19:36,409
together: That's not
what I sound like!

523
00:19:36,443 --> 00:19:37,810
- Fine.

524
00:19:41,648 --> 00:19:44,517
- Cisco, why can't you
just help him?

525
00:19:44,551 --> 00:19:46,953
- Why am I the only one who
thinks putting a rageoholic

526
00:19:46,986 --> 00:19:48,855
and dark matter together
is a bad idea?

527
00:19:48,888 --> 00:19:49,956
- He's trying to stop DeVoe.

528
00:19:49,989 --> 00:19:51,691
That's not a bad idea.

529
00:19:51,724 --> 00:19:55,562
- He's trying to match his
intellect with a mad man

530
00:19:55,595 --> 00:19:57,997
whose innovations
are warping his brain.

531
00:19:58,030 --> 00:19:59,432
Have you not seen
"Spider-Man 2?"
532
00:19:59,466 --> 00:20:00,700
- No.

533
00:20:00,733 --> 00:20:02,435
- How can you live
with yourself?

534
00:20:02,469 --> 00:20:03,836
- It might be dangerous,
but it also might work.

535
00:20:03,870 --> 00:20:05,805
And we're kind of running
out of ideas.

536
00:20:05,838 --> 00:20:09,008
Besides, Harry's gonna do this
whether you help him or not.

537
00:20:09,041 --> 00:20:11,010
So maybe there's some way
to make this thinking cap

538
00:20:11,043 --> 00:20:12,612
and to keep him safe.

539
00:20:12,645 --> 00:20:16,449
[dramatic music]

540
00:20:16,483 --> 00:20:19,852
[energetic music]

541
00:20:19,886 --> 00:20:21,554
- She can move.

542
00:20:21,588 --> 00:20:23,590
[beeping]

543
00:20:23,623 --> 00:20:24,924
Uh-oh.

544
00:20:24,957 --> 00:20:27,560
Hey, Iris,
you might just wanna--
545
00:20:27,594 --> 00:20:29,496
- I can't slow down.
- That's okay.

546
00:20:29,529 --> 00:20:31,464
All right, just gradually ramp
your speed down,

547
00:20:31,498 --> 00:20:32,499
otherwise you're gonna--

548
00:20:32,532 --> 00:20:33,666
[glass breaking]

549
00:20:33,700 --> 00:20:35,402
- [grunts]

550
00:20:35,435 --> 00:20:37,470
Do that?
- Whoa.

551
00:20:37,504 --> 00:20:39,005
- [groans]

552
00:20:39,038 --> 00:20:40,307
- Hey, you okay?

553
00:20:40,340 --> 00:20:41,608
Come here. You good?

554
00:20:41,641 --> 00:20:42,942
- Yep, I'm straight.
I'm straight.

555
00:20:42,975 --> 00:20:45,345
- Thank God for
speed healing, huh?

556
00:20:45,378 --> 00:20:46,346
[gasps]

557
00:20:46,379 --> 00:20:49,516
- Yeah.
- [sighs]

558
00:20:49,549 --> 00:20:52,018
Hey, I know this isn't
easy on you.

559
00:20:52,051 --> 00:20:53,853
- I--I'm fine.

560
00:20:53,886 --> 00:20:56,523
- Barry...

561
00:20:56,556 --> 00:20:58,491
- I am.
It--

562
00:20:58,525 --> 00:21:00,993
*

563
00:21:01,027 --> 00:21:04,697
I lost my speed.

564
00:21:04,731 --> 00:21:08,668
I lost my job
at the CCPD.

565
00:21:08,701 --> 00:21:13,039
Just feels like DeVoe is slowly
taking everything away from me.

566
00:21:13,072 --> 00:21:17,677
*

567
00:21:17,710 --> 00:21:19,679
- He hasn't taken
everything away.

568
00:21:19,712 --> 00:21:22,582
*

569
00:21:22,615 --> 00:21:25,051
- What if I never
get it back?

570
00:21:25,084 --> 00:21:27,654
- Hey.

571
00:21:27,687 --> 00:21:29,956
Caitlin is gonna find
something, okay?

572
00:21:29,989 --> 00:21:32,525
- Mm-hmm.

573
00:21:32,559 --> 00:21:34,427
- [sighs]

574
00:21:34,461 --> 00:21:38,498
Until then, you just have to
watch me like I've watched you

575
00:21:38,531 --> 00:21:40,733
these last three years.

576
00:21:40,767 --> 00:21:42,602
- Yeah, I guess so.

577
00:21:42,635 --> 00:21:44,371
[alarms blaring]

578
00:21:44,404 --> 00:21:45,872
[whooshing]

579
00:21:45,905 --> 00:21:48,074
Wow, that's super annoying.

580
00:21:49,809 --> 00:21:51,578
What's happening?

581
00:21:51,611 --> 00:21:53,846
- Baldwin Tower's on fire.
CCFD's responding,

582
00:21:53,880 --> 00:21:55,915
but there's people on
the top floor they can't reach.

583
00:21:55,948 --> 00:21:58,084
- Okay, Caitlin,
Killer Frost is on fire duty.

584
00:21:58,117 --> 00:21:59,852
Ralph, Cisco, suit up.
585
00:21:59,886 --> 00:22:01,654
- Yeah, not a chance.

586
00:22:01,688 --> 00:22:02,955
This could just be a trap
for DeVoe to get us out

587
00:22:02,989 --> 00:22:04,424
in the open.
- Hey, I think we got

588
00:22:04,457 --> 00:22:05,558
a bigger problem.

589
00:22:05,592 --> 00:22:07,093
We don't have a Flash anymore.

590
00:22:07,126 --> 00:22:08,661
- Yeah, we do.

591
00:22:08,695 --> 00:22:10,430
- I don't think she's ready
for all that.

592
00:22:10,463 --> 00:22:13,700
I mean, she just got her--
You just got your powers.

593
00:22:13,733 --> 00:22:16,102
- Um...

594
00:22:16,135 --> 00:22:17,704
No.
I wanna do this.

595
00:22:17,737 --> 00:22:19,839
- Okay.
Okay, all right.

596
00:22:19,872 --> 00:22:21,574
We'll monitor from here, then.

597
00:22:21,608 --> 00:22:24,611
- Okay, well, you can't
go out there wearing that.
598
00:22:24,644 --> 00:22:27,380
- Oh.
Right.

599
00:22:29,749 --> 00:22:31,584
- Sorry, Cait.

600
00:22:31,618 --> 00:22:32,719
Mask?

601
00:22:32,752 --> 00:22:35,121
- Right.

602
00:22:35,154 --> 00:22:37,457
Thank you, Jesse Quick.

603
00:22:37,490 --> 00:22:39,091
*

604
00:22:39,125 --> 00:22:40,860
- Nice.

605
00:22:40,893 --> 00:22:42,729
- Please, be careful.

606
00:22:42,762 --> 00:22:43,863
[whooshing]

607
00:22:43,896 --> 00:22:46,799
*

608
00:22:46,833 --> 00:22:48,167
- Guess you're on comms.

609
00:22:48,200 --> 00:22:49,869
- Yeah.

610
00:22:49,902 --> 00:22:51,137
Yeah, yeah, yeah.

611
00:22:51,170 --> 00:22:52,472
All right, how do I--
How do I--

612
00:22:52,505 --> 00:22:54,574
- Other monitor.
- Wrong monitor.

613
00:22:54,607 --> 00:22:55,575
[grunts]

614
00:22:55,608 --> 00:22:56,909
[chair hisses]

615
00:22:56,943 --> 00:23:00,813
*

616
00:23:00,847 --> 00:23:03,049
- I'm here.
Oh, boy.

617
00:23:03,082 --> 00:23:04,984
- Okay, Iris, there
are five people trapped

618
00:23:05,017 --> 00:23:06,919
on the 14th floor.

619
00:23:06,953 --> 00:23:08,921
Just get them out of there
as fast as you can.

620
00:23:08,955 --> 00:23:15,962
*

621
00:23:19,198 --> 00:23:21,434
- I did it.
- Great work, okay?

622
00:23:21,468 --> 00:23:22,969
Now you gotta get
back in there

623
00:23:23,002 --> 00:23:24,537
and put out the fire.

624
00:23:24,571 --> 00:23:26,005
- Right.

625
00:23:34,213 --> 00:23:36,483
Guys, I'm here.
What do I do?

626
00:23:36,516 --> 00:23:38,751
- You know what to do.
Use your arms.

627
00:23:38,785 --> 00:23:40,186
Create wind funnels.

628
00:23:40,219 --> 00:23:41,788
Suck all the oxygen out
of the room.

629
00:23:41,821 --> 00:23:43,590
- And the fire will go out.

630
00:23:43,623 --> 00:23:44,924
Just like he's done
a thousand times.

631
00:23:44,957 --> 00:23:46,659
- You got this, girl.

632
00:23:46,693 --> 00:23:53,700
*

633
00:23:57,069 --> 00:23:58,471
- It's making it worse.

634
00:23:58,505 --> 00:24:00,907
[beeping]

635
00:24:00,940 --> 00:24:03,643
- Is she rotating her arms
the wrong way or...?

636
00:24:03,676 --> 00:24:05,745
- Just go the opposite
direction, okay?

637
00:24:05,778 --> 00:24:08,214
*

638
00:24:08,247 --> 00:24:10,016
[rumbling]
- [screams]

639
00:24:10,049 --> 00:24:12,051
- Iris, what was that?

640
00:24:12,084 --> 00:24:13,820
Iris!

641
00:24:13,853 --> 00:24:15,555
- My leg is pinned.
I can't move.

642
00:24:15,588 --> 00:24:19,025
*

643
00:24:19,058 --> 00:24:20,092
- Okay, you have to phase
through it.

644
00:24:20,126 --> 00:24:24,030
- What?
I don't know how.

645
00:24:24,063 --> 00:24:26,799
- You have to vibrate
your whole body, okay?

646
00:24:26,833 --> 00:24:28,535
You just--you have to feel it.

647
00:24:28,568 --> 00:24:30,703
- I can't. I can't move.
I can't do it.

648
00:24:30,737 --> 00:24:32,104
- We're running
out of time, Barry.

649
00:24:32,138 --> 00:24:33,640
The integrity
of the room is failing.

650
00:24:33,673 --> 00:24:35,174
The ceiling's gonna collapse.

651
00:24:35,207 --> 00:24:37,910
- Barry!
The whole place is going up.

652
00:24:37,944 --> 00:24:40,112
*

653
00:24:40,146 --> 00:24:41,213
[whirring]

654
00:24:41,247 --> 00:24:42,582
[both grunting]

655
00:24:42,615 --> 00:24:43,850
- [coughing]

656
00:24:43,883 --> 00:24:45,918
- Are you okay?

657
00:24:45,952 --> 00:24:47,787
- Yeah.
- Thank you.

658
00:24:56,829 --> 00:24:58,731
[dramatic music]

659
00:24:58,765 --> 00:25:01,067
- There's still a little bit
of irritation in your lungs

660
00:25:01,100 --> 00:25:02,869
from all the smoke
you inhaled last night,

661
00:25:02,902 --> 00:25:04,637
but you should be
good to go soon.

662
00:25:04,671 --> 00:25:06,606
And your leg's already healed.

663
00:25:06,639 --> 00:25:08,307
- Shouldn't have let her
go out there.

664
00:25:08,340 --> 00:25:10,242
You weren't ready.
665
00:25:10,276 --> 00:25:12,144
- I saved a lot of people
last night, Ralph.

666
00:25:12,178 --> 00:25:14,146
- Yeah, and Cisco
had to save you.

667
00:25:14,180 --> 00:25:15,615
- All right, look,
we just need to make sure

668
00:25:15,648 --> 00:25:16,883
this doesn't
happen again.

669
00:25:16,916 --> 00:25:18,618
We have to find Matthew Kim

670
00:25:18,651 --> 00:25:20,052
and whoever he transferred
Eric Fry's powers to.

671
00:25:20,086 --> 00:25:22,922
- How close are you
to reversing this?

672
00:25:22,955 --> 00:25:25,024
- I don't know that I can.
- What?

673
00:25:25,057 --> 00:25:27,927
- I was up all night trying
every conceivable solution.

674
00:25:27,960 --> 00:25:30,162
Dark matter splicing,
pattern DNA cloning,

675
00:25:30,196 --> 00:25:33,032
even regrowing meta
enhanced stem material

676
00:25:33,065 --> 00:25:34,166
on a cellular level.
677
00:25:34,200 --> 00:25:36,168
Nothing will work.

678
00:25:36,202 --> 00:25:38,805
I cannot replicate
Melting Point's powers.

679
00:25:38,838 --> 00:25:42,041
- So unless we find him and get
him to reverse what he's done--

680
00:25:42,074 --> 00:25:46,278
- Iris is Team Speedster
on a permanent basis.

681
00:25:46,312 --> 00:25:49,849
- Great, that's, uh--
That's great.

682
00:25:49,882 --> 00:25:52,118
I'm gonna go work on my will.

683
00:25:52,151 --> 00:25:53,285
- Ralph...

684
00:25:53,319 --> 00:26:00,559
*

685
00:26:08,701 --> 00:26:11,070
- Harry.
Harry, I know you hear me.

686
00:26:11,103 --> 00:26:12,772
- Another team member hurt
by one of DeVoe's metas.

687
00:26:12,805 --> 00:26:13,940
- I know.
- And we can fix it,

688
00:26:13,973 --> 00:26:14,941
but, no, no.
- I know!

689
00:26:14,974 --> 00:26:16,643
- And you know what else?
690
00:26:16,676 --> 00:26:18,277
Snow wasn't the only one
who was up all night working.

691
00:26:18,310 --> 00:26:19,946
I was up all night working.
I'm almost done.

692
00:26:19,979 --> 00:26:21,213
I'm almost finished,
but you won't help me finish!

693
00:26:21,247 --> 00:26:23,015
- I'm gonna help you finish!

694
00:26:23,049 --> 00:26:24,851
- Finish--
- The thinking cap.

695
00:26:24,884 --> 00:26:26,853
I'm gonna help you finish
the thinking cap.

696
00:26:26,886 --> 00:26:28,320
- It's an intelligence booster,
actually.

697
00:26:28,354 --> 00:26:30,356
It's called
an intelligence booster.

698
00:26:30,389 --> 00:26:32,258
- Two conditions.
- What are your conditions?

699
00:26:32,291 --> 00:26:34,193
- One, we stimulate
your synapses

700
00:26:34,226 --> 00:26:36,729
without using dark matter.

701
00:26:36,763 --> 00:26:39,331
- Fine, no dark matter.
And two?
702
00:26:39,365 --> 00:26:41,968
- The minute you start acting
like Locutus of Borg and start

703
00:26:42,001 --> 00:26:43,936
assimilating everybody
with your Borg chair--

704
00:26:43,970 --> 00:26:47,206
- You can vibe me back
to my Earth. Okay?

705
00:26:47,239 --> 00:26:50,209
- Okay.
- Let's go.

706
00:26:50,242 --> 00:26:54,113
*

707
00:26:54,146 --> 00:26:56,148
[whooshing]

708
00:27:00,252 --> 00:27:02,088
- Take it easy.

709
00:27:02,121 --> 00:27:03,956
It's just day two.

710
00:27:03,990 --> 00:27:07,226
- [grunts]

711
00:27:07,259 --> 00:27:08,995
Oh, man.

712
00:27:09,028 --> 00:27:10,930
You were right about running.

713
00:27:10,963 --> 00:27:12,765
[sighs]

714
00:27:12,799 --> 00:27:15,001
It's so peaceful.

715
00:27:15,034 --> 00:27:16,202
So calming.
716
00:27:16,235 --> 00:27:18,971
Actually makes it
easy to think.

717
00:27:19,005 --> 00:27:21,240
- Look, I mean,
you just got your speed.

718
00:27:21,273 --> 00:27:22,842
You know that, right?

719
00:27:22,875 --> 00:27:24,711
I don't think anyone would
hold it against you

720
00:27:24,744 --> 00:27:27,013
if you took a minute and maybe
just let Cisco and Caitlin

721
00:27:27,046 --> 00:27:30,149
handle this meta,
just run point like always.

722
00:27:30,182 --> 00:27:33,753
- Just stay here
like I always do?

723
00:27:33,786 --> 00:27:37,156
- No, I--You know
I didn't mean that.

724
00:27:37,189 --> 00:27:39,291
- No, I know you didn't.
I did.

725
00:27:39,325 --> 00:27:41,427
- Iris, I--

726
00:27:41,460 --> 00:27:45,431
You think that--what, that
you need to prove to the team

727
00:27:45,464 --> 00:27:47,133
that you're not afraid?

728
00:27:47,166 --> 00:27:49,435
- No, not to all of you.
To me.

729
00:27:49,468 --> 00:27:53,305
Barry, when I was a reporter,
I was always in the field

730
00:27:53,339 --> 00:27:56,776
putting myself in danger
for a story.

731
00:27:56,809 --> 00:27:59,178
And after last year,

732
00:27:59,211 --> 00:28:02,181
for some reason
that just stopped.

733
00:28:02,214 --> 00:28:04,116
Maybe it was
because of Savitar.

734
00:28:04,150 --> 00:28:07,820
Maybe because you were gone
into the Speed Force.

735
00:28:07,854 --> 00:28:10,322
I don't know, but...

736
00:28:10,356 --> 00:28:13,159
I quit my job.

737
00:28:13,192 --> 00:28:15,795
I joined this team,
and now for the most part,

738
00:28:15,828 --> 00:28:18,197
I just stay here while
all of you are out there

739
00:28:18,230 --> 00:28:20,800
putting your lives
on the line.

740
00:28:20,833 --> 00:28:22,134
- Because of our powers.
741
00:28:22,168 --> 00:28:24,170
- No, it's not just that,
Barry.

742
00:28:24,203 --> 00:28:27,139
And it took me getting these
powers to realize it.

743
00:28:27,173 --> 00:28:28,941
But now that I'm
the one that has it,

744
00:28:28,975 --> 00:28:32,444
it's my turn to do what
all of you have been doing.

745
00:28:32,478 --> 00:28:35,114
To prove to myself that
that fearlessness that I had

746
00:28:35,147 --> 00:28:37,183
is still in me.

747
00:28:37,216 --> 00:28:41,353
[alarms blaring]

748
00:28:41,387 --> 00:28:44,523
- Guys, I think we found
Fry's missing powers.

749
00:28:44,556 --> 00:28:46,926
*

750
00:28:46,959 --> 00:28:49,395
- Then go get them.

751
00:28:49,428 --> 00:28:53,332
*

752
00:28:56,969 --> 00:28:59,138
- Satellite is tracking
temperature at the same

753
00:28:59,171 --> 00:29:01,373
intensity as
the bank robbery, so--

754
00:29:01,407 --> 00:29:02,909
- That's him.
- Yeah.

755
00:29:02,942 --> 00:29:04,476
- So who's that?

756
00:29:04,510 --> 00:29:06,178
- Matthew Kim.

757
00:29:06,212 --> 00:29:07,914
- Kim's gonna try
and steal his powers.

758
00:29:07,947 --> 00:29:09,782
- All right, let's go.

759
00:29:09,816 --> 00:29:12,952
- No.
You guys are on point.

760
00:29:12,985 --> 00:29:14,220
*

761
00:29:14,253 --> 00:29:16,522
I can do this.

762
00:29:16,555 --> 00:29:18,124
- You sure about this?

763
00:29:18,157 --> 00:29:20,192
- I have to, Barry.

764
00:29:20,226 --> 00:29:21,828
- All right, but remember,
he can't touch you.

765
00:29:21,861 --> 00:29:22,895
Or he'll take
your powers away, too.

766
00:29:22,929 --> 00:29:24,530
- Right.
767
00:29:24,563 --> 00:29:27,099
- Also I'm not sure my clothes
are gonna work this time.

768
00:29:27,133 --> 00:29:28,935
- I have a fix for that.

769
00:29:28,968 --> 00:29:31,003
It's the best I could do
on such short notice, though.

770
00:29:31,037 --> 00:29:33,039
- Thanks, Cisco.

771
00:29:35,107 --> 00:29:36,375
- I got hangers.

772
00:29:36,408 --> 00:29:37,944
- All right, here we go.

773
00:29:37,977 --> 00:29:40,913
- Don't make us shoot you!
Stand down!

774
00:29:40,947 --> 00:29:43,082
- Oh, I don't think so, copper.

775
00:29:43,115 --> 00:29:45,918
Not until I get my money!

776
00:30:01,067 --> 00:30:03,102
- This is a mistake!
- Down! Down! Take him down!

777
00:30:03,135 --> 00:30:04,536
- Hold your fire!

778
00:30:04,570 --> 00:30:06,272
- You need to stop this.

779
00:30:06,305 --> 00:30:08,307
- Oh, I just got going, pal.

780
00:30:08,340 --> 00:30:10,142
[dramatic music]
781
00:30:10,176 --> 00:30:13,913
Wait, you're that hero
from the bank, aren't you?

782
00:30:13,946 --> 00:30:15,581
- I am.

783
00:30:15,614 --> 00:30:17,950
And I need you to stop this.

784
00:30:17,984 --> 00:30:20,853
- So you can take my powers
like you did his?

785
00:30:20,887 --> 00:30:22,154
I don't think so!

786
00:30:22,188 --> 00:30:24,223
You just gave them to me.

787
00:30:24,256 --> 00:30:26,058
- What are you talking about?

788
00:30:26,092 --> 00:30:27,393
- You didn't know that?

789
00:30:27,426 --> 00:30:29,028
When you took powers from him,

790
00:30:29,061 --> 00:30:30,562
you gave them to me.

791
00:30:30,596 --> 00:30:31,597
[thwacks]

792
00:30:31,630 --> 00:30:33,265
*

793
00:30:33,299 --> 00:30:35,902
And now I'm gonna get
what he couldn't.

794
00:30:35,935 --> 00:30:37,904
Money!
795
00:30:41,373 --> 00:30:43,910
- I think you've done
enough saving for today.

796
00:30:43,943 --> 00:30:45,344
I'll take it from here.

797
00:30:45,377 --> 00:30:51,250
*

798
00:30:51,283 --> 00:30:53,252
How about we just
end this right now?

799
00:30:53,285 --> 00:30:54,620
- That sounds fun.

800
00:30:54,653 --> 00:30:57,356
'Cause I was just warming up.

801
00:30:57,389 --> 00:30:59,258
[fire crackles]

802
00:30:59,291 --> 00:31:02,361
What's wrong?
Can't stand the heat?

803
00:31:02,394 --> 00:31:03,996
- All right, Iris,
we need you to run around him.

804
00:31:04,030 --> 00:31:05,531
Create a vortex.

805
00:31:05,564 --> 00:31:07,233
The lack of oxygen
should extinguish the flames.

806
00:31:07,266 --> 00:31:08,367
- Can't get close to him!

807
00:31:08,400 --> 00:31:09,969
- Temperature's at 800 degrees.

808
00:31:10,002 --> 00:31:11,237
- Like, how hot is that?

809
00:31:11,270 --> 00:31:12,371
- As hot as lava.

810
00:31:12,404 --> 00:31:13,672
- Guys, we need a plan!

811
00:31:13,705 --> 00:31:15,507
- Oh, I got a plan, lady.

812
00:31:15,541 --> 00:31:18,644
And it's called give me my
money before I unleash hell!

813
00:31:18,677 --> 00:31:21,647
Yeah.

814
00:31:21,680 --> 00:31:22,915
- What the hell is that?

815
00:31:22,949 --> 00:31:25,551
- That is a thermo cyclone.

816
00:31:25,584 --> 00:31:27,419
- That fire's gonna get too
close to those apartments.

817
00:31:27,453 --> 00:31:29,255
- And thousands
of people will die.

818
00:31:29,288 --> 00:31:30,923
- What do we do?

819
00:31:30,957 --> 00:31:32,391
- We turn this thing on.

820
00:31:32,424 --> 00:31:34,526
- Harry, no, don't.
- Iris needs answers.

821
00:31:34,560 --> 00:31:36,295
- Hey, we haven't--
- She needs answers!
822
00:31:36,328 --> 00:31:38,197
- Come on, guys!
What do I do?

823
00:31:38,230 --> 00:31:41,700
- Do it.

824
00:31:41,733 --> 00:31:43,535
[whirring]

825
00:31:43,569 --> 00:31:45,171
- Barry, come on,
I need an answer!

826
00:31:45,204 --> 00:31:48,374
- Hang on, Iris.
Hang on.

827
00:31:48,407 --> 00:31:50,376
- There are 4,827 ways
this could go,

828
00:31:50,409 --> 00:31:52,378
and all of those ways
will fail except one.

829
00:31:52,411 --> 00:31:54,146
If Iris uses her speed
to draw enough water

830
00:31:54,180 --> 00:31:56,015
from Central City Bay
into her wake,

831
00:31:56,048 --> 00:31:57,449
she could extinguish
that blaze.

832
00:31:57,483 --> 00:31:59,351
- You want her to create
a tidal wave?

833
00:31:59,385 --> 00:32:01,620
*

834
00:32:01,653 --> 00:32:03,389
- It's our only hope.

835
00:32:03,422 --> 00:32:06,525
- Iris, I need you to run as
fast as you can.

836
00:32:06,558 --> 00:32:08,995
On the water.
- On the water? What?

837
00:32:09,028 --> 00:32:11,330
- Make sure when you run
you dig your heels in

838
00:32:11,363 --> 00:32:13,499
and you move back and forth
in a tight formation.

839
00:32:13,532 --> 00:32:15,201
- Why?
- So you drag as much

840
00:32:15,234 --> 00:32:16,368
water ashore as possible.

841
00:32:16,402 --> 00:32:18,070
Put out the cyclone.

842
00:32:18,104 --> 00:32:19,638
- You want me to create
a 100-foot tidal wave?

843
00:32:19,671 --> 00:32:21,240
Are you crazy?
I can't do that.

844
00:32:21,273 --> 00:32:23,009
- Yes you can.
You told me that you used

845
00:32:23,042 --> 00:32:25,477
to be fearless.
I know that you still are.

846
00:32:25,511 --> 00:32:27,246
You're the bravest person
that I know.

847
00:32:27,279 --> 00:32:28,414
You can do this.

848
00:32:28,447 --> 00:32:30,983
I know you can.
We all do.

849
00:32:31,017 --> 00:32:33,685
Now run, Iris.
Run.

850
00:32:33,719 --> 00:32:40,726
*

851
00:32:59,511 --> 00:33:01,280
Yeah, that's it.
Yeah, that's it.

852
00:33:01,313 --> 00:33:03,382
And then tight formations,
okay? Tight formations.

853
00:33:03,415 --> 00:33:08,220
*

854
00:33:08,254 --> 00:33:10,356
That's it, Iris.
Keep going.

855
00:33:10,389 --> 00:33:12,391
Keep going.

856
00:33:12,424 --> 00:33:17,563
*

857
00:33:17,596 --> 00:33:19,398
- Everybody back!

858
00:33:22,768 --> 00:33:24,603
- Move, move, move, now!

859
00:33:24,636 --> 00:33:31,243
*
860
00:33:31,277 --> 00:33:33,212
- Long live rock and roll!

861
00:33:33,245 --> 00:33:35,181
[shouts]

862
00:33:39,451 --> 00:33:41,253
- Yes!

863
00:33:41,287 --> 00:33:42,788
*

864
00:33:42,821 --> 00:33:45,057
Nice work.

865
00:33:45,091 --> 00:33:47,093
- She did it.

866
00:33:52,164 --> 00:33:54,266
- Nice work, Flash.

867
00:34:04,143 --> 00:34:06,112
- I'm so sorry
I did this to you.

868
00:34:06,145 --> 00:34:07,446
I thought I was cleaning
up the city,

869
00:34:07,479 --> 00:34:10,182
but I was just
making it worse.

870
00:34:10,216 --> 00:34:11,750
- Well, we stopped him.

871
00:34:11,783 --> 00:34:13,752
He's in Iron Heights, and
that's all that matters now.

872
00:34:16,355 --> 00:34:19,057
- You sure you both
wanna do this?

873
00:34:20,392 --> 00:34:21,727
- It's your call.

874
00:34:26,165 --> 00:34:28,734
- I have to say running
on water is really fun.

875
00:34:28,767 --> 00:34:31,837
But, if you guys
will have me back,

876
00:34:31,870 --> 00:34:34,206
I would love to get back
behind the console again.

877
00:34:34,240 --> 00:34:38,310
- Of course.
- Please, and thank you.

878
00:34:38,344 --> 00:34:39,745
- All ready?

879
00:34:39,778 --> 00:34:41,213
together: Yeah.

880
00:34:41,247 --> 00:34:42,214
- Okay.
- Here?

881
00:34:42,248 --> 00:34:43,615
*

882
00:34:43,649 --> 00:34:44,616
- Okay.

883
00:34:44,650 --> 00:34:47,653
[whooshes]

884
00:34:47,686 --> 00:34:50,489
*

885
00:34:50,522 --> 00:34:51,623
- That's it?

886
00:34:51,657 --> 00:34:53,725
You okay, baby girl?
887
00:34:53,759 --> 00:34:54,893
- I think so.

888
00:34:54,926 --> 00:34:56,395
- What about you, Flash?

889
00:34:56,428 --> 00:34:57,563
*

890
00:34:57,596 --> 00:34:59,265
[sparking]

891
00:34:59,298 --> 00:35:01,300
[whooshing]

892
00:35:04,836 --> 00:35:06,738
- I feel great.

893
00:35:06,772 --> 00:35:09,175
- [laughs]
My boy's back.

894
00:35:09,208 --> 00:35:12,644
- Well, that's the last time
I'm using this power.

895
00:35:12,678 --> 00:35:14,746
The city was almost destroyed
because of me.

896
00:35:14,780 --> 00:35:16,715
- But you had no idea
that would happen.

897
00:35:16,748 --> 00:35:18,584
- Yeah, don't be so hard
on yourself, pal.

898
00:35:18,617 --> 00:35:21,887
- I thought I was chosen
for a higher purpose.

899
00:35:21,920 --> 00:35:24,223
This can't be the plan for me.

900
00:35:24,256 --> 00:35:27,459
- But maybe you were chosen
for a bigger one.

901
00:35:27,493 --> 00:35:29,395
- What do you mean?

902
00:35:29,428 --> 00:35:31,197
- The guy we mentioned,
Clifford DeVoe,

903
00:35:31,230 --> 00:35:33,865
he isn't gonna stop until
he gets all the bus metas.

904
00:35:33,899 --> 00:35:36,568
Which means we have
to stop him.

905
00:35:36,602 --> 00:35:39,371
We could use all
the help we could get.

906
00:35:39,405 --> 00:35:41,440
- Are you sure I can
make a difference?

907
00:35:41,473 --> 00:35:43,209
- Absolutely.

908
00:35:43,242 --> 00:35:45,377
DeVoe's shown weakness against
other bus metas in the past.

909
00:35:45,411 --> 00:35:48,347
With your help, we might
actually have a chance.

910
00:35:49,815 --> 00:35:51,183
- How do we start?

911
00:35:51,217 --> 00:35:52,518
*

912
00:35:52,551 --> 00:35:54,620
- I'll give you the tour.
- All right.
913
00:35:54,653 --> 00:35:56,288
- [chuckles]

914
00:35:56,322 --> 00:35:57,789
No offense.
I like my powers, so...

915
00:35:57,823 --> 00:35:59,525
[laughter]

916
00:35:59,558 --> 00:36:02,928
*

917
00:36:02,961 --> 00:36:05,964
- So, Bare...

918
00:36:05,997 --> 00:36:08,834
You never made your own
tidal wave before.

919
00:36:08,867 --> 00:36:11,503
- No, I haven't.

920
00:36:11,537 --> 00:36:13,439
- You go, girl.

921
00:36:13,472 --> 00:36:15,841
*

922
00:36:15,874 --> 00:36:17,609
- So, what do you say,
you wanna teach an old dog

923
00:36:17,643 --> 00:36:19,245
a new trick?

924
00:36:19,278 --> 00:36:20,812
- All right.

925
00:36:20,846 --> 00:36:23,349
Training.
6:00 a.m.

926
00:36:23,382 --> 00:36:24,983
Ooh, don't be late.

927
00:36:25,016 --> 00:36:27,286
- You got it, boss.
- Welcome back.

928
00:36:27,319 --> 00:36:30,822
*

929
00:36:30,856 --> 00:36:32,724
Hey, Ralph.

930
00:36:32,758 --> 00:36:34,560
- Hey.

931
00:36:34,593 --> 00:36:39,298
- You know, Matthew is gonna
need a buddy, too.

932
00:36:39,331 --> 00:36:41,533
- Well, that's, uh...

933
00:36:41,567 --> 00:36:43,602
That's assuming he stays.

934
00:36:43,635 --> 00:36:46,272
After he finds out that DeVoe
has gotten everyone

935
00:36:46,305 --> 00:36:48,874
he's come after,
he'll be terrified.

936
00:36:51,377 --> 00:36:54,346
Just like I am.

937
00:36:54,380 --> 00:36:55,647
- Look, Ralph,

938
00:36:55,681 --> 00:36:58,584
I know what
you're going through.

939
00:36:58,617 --> 00:36:59,918
- No, Iris, you don't.
940
00:36:59,951 --> 00:37:01,920
- Yes, I do.

941
00:37:01,953 --> 00:37:04,523
Last year when I thought that
Savitar was going to kill me,

942
00:37:04,556 --> 00:37:06,558
I was...

943
00:37:06,592 --> 00:37:09,528
Scared out of my mind.

944
00:37:09,561 --> 00:37:10,996
- How did you deal with it?

945
00:37:11,029 --> 00:37:13,865
- It was really hard.

946
00:37:13,899 --> 00:37:15,901
But then I realized that
if I hid from him,

947
00:37:15,934 --> 00:37:18,704
if I hid from the world,
then...

948
00:37:18,737 --> 00:37:21,873
Savitar had already won.

949
00:37:21,907 --> 00:37:25,377
So I made the decision
to not give into the fear.

950
00:37:25,411 --> 00:37:26,712
*

951
00:37:26,745 --> 00:37:28,580
I chose to keep living.

952
00:37:28,614 --> 00:37:35,321
*

953
00:37:35,354 --> 00:37:38,023
- Look, uh...
954
00:37:38,056 --> 00:37:41,727
What I said before about you
never putting your life

955
00:37:41,760 --> 00:37:43,795
on the line...

956
00:37:43,829 --> 00:37:46,365
I was wrong.

957
00:37:46,398 --> 00:37:51,703
You make one hell of a Flash.

958
00:37:51,737 --> 00:37:53,739
In or out of the costume.

959
00:37:53,772 --> 00:37:56,375
*

960
00:37:56,408 --> 00:37:57,976
- Thanks.

961
00:37:58,009 --> 00:38:02,348
*

962
00:38:02,381 --> 00:38:03,782
[both chuckle]

963
00:38:03,815 --> 00:38:05,784
Are you going up?
- Yeah.

964
00:38:05,817 --> 00:38:08,920
I think maybe it's time that
Clifford DeVoe paid the Mayor

965
00:38:08,954 --> 00:38:10,055
another visit.

966
00:38:10,088 --> 00:38:11,657
- Hmm.

967
00:38:11,690 --> 00:38:13,659
*
968
00:38:13,692 --> 00:38:15,894
I thought you were

969
00:38:15,927 --> 00:38:17,996
never leaving S.T.A.R. Labs.

970
00:38:18,029 --> 00:38:21,800
- Well, I think maybe it's time
I started living again, too.

971
00:38:21,833 --> 00:38:23,802
Plus, we're definitely
out of veggie dogs.

972
00:38:23,835 --> 00:38:25,003
- [laughs]

973
00:38:25,036 --> 00:38:27,406
- Hey, thanks, Iris.

974
00:38:27,439 --> 00:38:31,510
*

975
00:38:31,543 --> 00:38:33,545
[whooshing]

976
00:38:33,579 --> 00:38:35,381
- Fresh from this little place
in Keystone

977
00:38:35,414 --> 00:38:36,548
that Cecile recommended.

978
00:38:36,582 --> 00:38:38,650
- Wow.

979
00:38:38,684 --> 00:38:40,519
Those cravings of hers are
getting really intense, huh?

980
00:38:40,552 --> 00:38:41,920
- Yeah, tell me about it.

981
00:38:41,953 --> 00:38:43,755
It's a good thing
I'm a speedster again.

982
00:38:43,789 --> 00:38:45,957
- [chuckles]

983
00:38:45,991 --> 00:38:49,428
- You know you didn't have
to give up your speed, right?

984
00:38:49,461 --> 00:38:51,830
I mean, I would have
never asked you to.

985
00:38:51,863 --> 00:38:54,032
- I know.

986
00:38:54,065 --> 00:38:55,467
- Why'd you do it?

987
00:38:58,404 --> 00:39:00,772
- You know what makes
a great speedster?

988
00:39:00,806 --> 00:39:03,642
[gentle music]

989
00:39:03,675 --> 00:39:05,143
It isn't their speed.

990
00:39:05,176 --> 00:39:06,712
*

991
00:39:06,745 --> 00:39:08,480
It's being the light
that everyone needs

992
00:39:08,514 --> 00:39:10,115
when the world grows dark.

993
00:39:10,148 --> 00:39:13,585
It's the kind
of person they are.

994
00:39:13,619 --> 00:39:16,955
The kind of person
that always wants to help.

995
00:39:16,988 --> 00:39:21,627
That's why being the Flash
is your destiny.

996
00:39:21,660 --> 00:39:23,395
It's your way
of helping others.

997
00:39:23,429 --> 00:39:25,130
*

998
00:39:25,163 --> 00:39:26,698
But it isn't mine.

999
00:39:26,732 --> 00:39:33,739
*

1000
00:39:36,642 --> 00:39:38,444
This is.

1001
00:39:38,477 --> 00:39:44,550
*

1002
00:39:49,120 --> 00:39:50,889
- I'll leave you to it.

1003
00:39:50,922 --> 00:39:57,929
*

1004
00:40:26,858 --> 00:40:28,126
- All right, take it off!

1005
00:40:28,159 --> 00:40:29,995
Take it off, Harry.
That's enough.

1006
00:40:30,028 --> 00:40:33,031
We're already 20% over your
suggested safety limits.

1007
00:40:33,064 --> 00:40:34,666
- You've gotta give it
a little more time.
1008
00:40:34,700 --> 00:40:36,201
- No, that's it.
I'm shutting it down.

1009
00:40:36,234 --> 00:40:38,036
- No, no, we're almost there.
We're almost there!

1010
00:40:38,069 --> 00:40:39,571
- You're not "Breaking Bad,"
Locutus!

1011
00:40:39,605 --> 00:40:42,808
All right, I'm disengaging
the photon flow.

1012
00:40:42,841 --> 00:40:44,610
[beeping]

1013
00:40:44,643 --> 00:40:46,111
- Fine.

1014
00:40:46,144 --> 00:40:51,082
*

1015
00:40:51,116 --> 00:40:52,618
I don't need it anymore.

1016
00:40:52,651 --> 00:40:54,886
*

1017
00:40:54,920 --> 00:40:57,989
- You got the names?

1018
00:40:58,023 --> 00:41:00,025
- The last two
remaining bus metas.

1019
00:41:00,058 --> 00:41:01,527
*

1020
00:41:01,560 --> 00:41:05,096
Janet Petty
and Edwin Goss.

1021
00:41:31,723 --> 00:41:33,124
- Greg, move your head.