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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 I'm an
ordinary forensic scientist.

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But secretly, with the help
of my friends at S.T.A.R. Labs

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I fight crime and find
other meta-humans like me.

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But when my daughter came back
from the future to help,

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she changed the present,

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and now our world
is more dangerous than ever,

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and I'm the only one
fast enough to save it.

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I am The Flash.

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- Previously on "The Flash"...

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- Ah!

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- It's a game my dad and I
used to play.
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- It's a letter from my dad.
He's still alive.

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- You put a power dampening
chip inside me

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to take away my speed.

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- Is that why
you've been so cold to me?

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Why you don't want to spend
any time with me?

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- Mom thinks
that she had good reason

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to suppress my powers
in the future.

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- I support her decisions.

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- Let's just call it, Barry.
She's not coming. Again.

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- She's probably
just helping with Jenna

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so Joe
and Cecile can sleep in.

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- Every day
for the past two weeks?
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- They look really tired.

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They do.

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- Tripped alarm at Central City
Art Gallery.

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Someone stole a Monet.
That's bold.

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- CCPD's en route,
suspect heading west on Ruger.

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- The thief just turned
on to Ramirez off of Fifth.

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- Almost there.

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He's not carrying anything.

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- Because he handed it off
to someone else.

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- I got him.

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I can stop someone
on a motor cycle.

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- No, Nora,
let Barry help, okay--

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I know you did not
just cut me off, miss thing.

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- Gotcha.

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- This is why we train, Nora.
Every single day.

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Not when you feel like it,
not because you're mad,

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and why you
always have someone in your ear

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when you're in the field
to help you.

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- I know that.

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- Because I can't
listen to you anymore.

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It's always
the same condescending,

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I-know-better-than-you crap.

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I just want to be me
and you sit behind your desk
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and you say "no"
every time

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and I've been hearing it my
whole life and I'm sick of it.

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- Yes, Mom.

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Since I can remember,
and you never change.

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- Iris.

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You know, Nora, I wish you
would try to understand

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who your mom is today,

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and stop seeing her as who she
becomes in the future.

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- That's for you.

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- Well, that's the hours
to apply against my debt.

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Fruitful hours spent getting
closer to uncovering

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the identity of your
serial meta-killer, Cicada.

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- Well, I apply a complex
formula--complex for you,

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involving the terminal
velocity and the weight

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of the S.T.A.R. Labs' satellite
and the velocity of Barry

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and Nora traveling
when they--

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destroy the satellite, right,
allowing me to conclude that...

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The debris from the satellite,
the satellite shrapnel,

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and the man
who would become our Cicada

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would be found
within this perimeter.

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- Oof, Dr. Snow.

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Eighteen hours 'cause I'm only
semi-excellent at algebra.

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- You know this is calculus,
right?

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- Guys, look,
calculon, algebra,

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either way it doesn't tell us
where the shrapnel fell.

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- Mais non. You have to scan
the entire city

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to find
the exact location.

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- Okay, so you need Sally
the satellite to find

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Sally the satellite
and we need Thomas Snow

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to point us
to Thomas Snow.

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- You lost him.
- At Thomas Snow.

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- We've hit a dead end
with regards to my father.

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I looked through all
of his notes and papers.

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There's no more hidden
messages we could use.

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A satellite to run DNA
recognition patterns but...

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I thought losing him
when I was ten was hard, but,

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the idea that he's out there

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and I might not be able
to get to him...

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- Maybe I can help you.

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- I thought your powers
weren't working.

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- No, not fully,
but this I can do.

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- I saw him.

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I saw your dad in--in an office

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sketching something
in a notebook.

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I couldn't quite
make out what it was.

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- Um, equations
on a chalkboard.

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- We didn't have a chalkboard
in our home office.

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- No, but tell us everything
that you saw.
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What's on the walls, what's on
the desk, what he was wearing.

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Leave nothing out.

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- He had an ID.
It was, like, a yellow logo,

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like a yellow state building.

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- Yellow logo, so,
not a state building.

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A university building.

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Hudson University.

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- Professor Stein.

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- I knew he admired him,

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but I didn't realize
that they were friends.

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Add that to the growing list
of secrets.

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- Let's go drive.

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- Thank you.

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- It's what I do.

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- Natalie, come here. I have
a pre-wedding surprise for you.

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Flawless asscher cut diamonds
set in platinum.

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Over 383 karats.

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My great grandfather gave this
to his wife

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on their wedding day.

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Tomorrow, it's yours.

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That's torture.

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- Stop!

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- Mazel Tov.

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- Can you describe the man
that you saw?

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- I'd barely call him a man,
the way he moved.

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And when he looked back at me,

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it was terrifying.

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- No.

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He was wearing
some sort of clown mask.

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- And you're sure the necklace

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is the only thing
that was stolen.

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- Yes, and it's irreplaceable.

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- Thank you.
I really appreciate it.

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- Hey.
A nice surprise.

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- Yeah, well, a million dollar
jewelry theft is still news

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even in Central City, so.

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- So, you're off the metas,
huh?

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- Yeah, no, not today.

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You know, I think I'm just
gonna follow up on this

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while it's still fresh.

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I'll see you tonight, okay?
- Okay, wait. Hang on.

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I mean, we're working
on the same case.

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Why don't we pool resources,
maybe solve this one together.

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- Yeah, I don't know, Barry,
it's just...

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- Come on, grab some Big Belly
on the way to S.T.A.R. Labs.

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It'll be like a date.

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- All right.
- All right. Come on.

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- This is the life.

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Seriously,
I could stay here forever.

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No worries, no schrap from
mom--

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- Wait, wait, wait,
what was that?

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- Schrap.

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- Schrap. You know, like all
the nagging that mom does.

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I mean,
she acts like she supports me,

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but what she really
wants is a boring,

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quiet daughter who just wants
to stay inside all day

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instead of go out
and do anything

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that might be
the least bit dangerous.

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- Nora, this is the West house.

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In it, every West
is given respect,

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most especially your mother.

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I am sure she raised you
as best she could.

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- She raised me to be afraid
of the world.

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But I'm a hero,
you know, like dad.

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And we have to keep moving

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until everyone
that needs us is safe.

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- Okay.

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- When Papa Joe comes back,
this table

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is going to
finally be built.

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You wanted to keep moving.

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- Yes.

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All right, I'll make you
a deal.

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For every chore you do

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I'll tell you one thing Papa
Joe told me about your father

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that didn't make it into
the precious Flash museum.

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- Oh, Mama Cecile,
the museum has

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a complete record of
all of Dad's accomplishments.

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- Including the time Barry
ended up in an alternate past

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filled with golden giants
called "Grodans"?

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- Grodans.

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- Done.
So then what happened?

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- Not done.
Wait for it.

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Huh.

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Yeah.

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- So, why exactly
does Caitlin have a key

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to Professor Stein's
old office?
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- Clarissa gave me a key.
She didn't realize that Martin

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and my father knew
each other either.

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I wonder
what he was doing in here.

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- Well, perhaps Mr. Ramon
could vibe the chalkboard

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and we could see
for ourselves.

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What do you think?

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- Hydrogen chains bonded
over and over.

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Two oxygen
at absolute zero.

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It's like it's
making heavy water.

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- Not heavy water.

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Ice.

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- Another one of my father's
hidden messages?

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- Ah.

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- What kind of a message
is "Khione"?

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- A clear one.

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At least to me.
Look, monsieur Ramon,

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you said that earlier that
you could see that Dr. Snow,

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her father sketching
something, right?

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That sketch that you could
almost make out...

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Did it look
a little something like this?

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- Good lord,
are you a speedster?

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- Speed sketcher.
It's a modest talent.

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- Not you.
Khione.

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Khione, the Greek goddess.
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Child of the North Wind,
whose realm was ice and snow.

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- Khione.

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Killer Frost.

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- That means that whatever
Thomas was doing,

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he knew that there
were two of you.

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- Also, it stands to reason
that Thomas was there

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at the point of creation
of Killer Frost.

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- So, he knew the truth
about Killer Frost?

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He knew who I really am?
- Right.

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- No, this wasn't your fault.

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Look, I don't know why he left,
but it wasn't because of you,

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and we're gonna prove that.

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- Yeah, just lost my footing
there for a second.

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- What--

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- You guys ever hear
of Viera Chemicals?

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- Oh, it's an old chem lab
out in the Barrens,

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but it's been shut down
for years.

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- Well,
what are we waiting for?

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- You know, it's been great
seeing you out there again,

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doing what you love.

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- Yeah, I guess some girls grow
up wanting to be Supergirl.

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I always wanted to be Soledad
O'Brien or Christiana Amanpour.

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So yeah,
it's really great to reconnect.
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- That's weird.
It says the hair I found

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is human
but it can't pull any DNA.

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- Yeah.

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- Come on, Novick.

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You wanna improve
Gotham City's skyline,

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you do it with a building

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nobody can take
their eyes off of.

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That's one of mine.

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You go with me,
I'll design you a building

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that makes the Burj Khalifa
look like a strip mall.

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Architecture
means everything to me.

254
00:15:00,943 --> 00:15:02,031
I mean, you tell me.
255
00:15:02,075 --> 00:15:04,251
How many other architects
have won

256
00:15:04,294 --> 00:15:08,516
the Pritzker Prize three times?

257
00:15:08,559 --> 00:15:10,126
Good choice.

258
00:15:12,128 --> 00:15:16,741

259
00:15:18,308 --> 00:15:20,136
- By some really weird markings

260
00:15:20,180 --> 00:15:21,616
at the bottom
of a large gift box

261
00:15:21,659 --> 00:15:24,749
that I'm pretty sure
was opened from the inside.

262
00:15:24,793 --> 00:15:26,751
- Okay, you know
you're opening all of our mail

263
00:15:26,795 --> 00:15:27,796
from now on, right?

264
00:15:29,885 --> 00:15:33,323
- Somebody called in a bomb
threat at Seaver Architects.

265
00:15:34,977 --> 00:15:36,979

266
00:15:37,023 --> 00:15:40,896
What happened?
- That thing, it did this.

267
00:15:40,940 --> 00:15:42,593

268
00:15:42,637 --> 00:15:44,639
- Flash.

269
00:15:50,601 --> 00:15:57,652

270
00:15:58,131 --> 00:16:03,092
- That thing destroyed
my life's work.

271
00:16:08,184 --> 00:16:15,452

272
00:16:33,862 --> 00:16:35,081
- So, he squeezed his way

273
00:16:35,124 --> 00:16:36,473
through
an air conditioning vent?

274
00:16:36,517 --> 00:16:39,302
- Yeah, he could stretch
kinda like Ralph,

275
00:16:39,346 --> 00:16:40,347
except he was wearing a--

276
00:16:40,390 --> 00:16:42,001
- Clown mask.
- Yup.

277
00:16:42,044 --> 00:16:45,047
- Just like the guy that stole
the Winehouse necklace.

278
00:16:45,091 --> 00:16:48,355
- Mm-hmm.
We got a stretching clown meta.

279
00:16:48,398 --> 00:16:50,052
- Yeah,
that's not creepy at all.

280
00:16:50,096 --> 00:16:51,532
- Yeah.

281
00:16:51,575 --> 00:16:53,360
- Did you find any more
of those weird lines?

282
00:16:53,403 --> 00:16:55,449
- No, and if there's more,
they're buried underneath

283
00:16:55,492 --> 00:16:57,886
tons of rubble, just like
our meta, unless he was able

284
00:16:57,929 --> 00:16:59,279
to stretch out
of that one too.

285
00:16:59,322 --> 00:17:03,413
Which...I'm sure he was.

286
00:17:03,457 --> 00:17:05,328
The lines.

287
00:17:05,372 --> 00:17:08,853
- Well, I mean, our meta can
stretch and contort, right?

288
00:17:08,897 --> 00:17:10,812
What if his fingerprints
can too?

289
00:17:14,076 --> 00:17:15,425
Got him.
Peter Merkel.

290
00:17:15,469 --> 00:17:17,471
And he was arrested
for B&E two years ago.

291
00:17:17,514 --> 00:17:21,692
- Wait, Peter Merkel, the son
of Billionaire Theresa Merkel?

292
00:17:21,736 --> 00:17:23,825
Yup.

293
00:17:23,868 --> 00:17:25,827
How does someone go from being
a member of high society

294
00:17:25,870 --> 00:17:28,482
to stealing heirlooms
and blowing up buildings?

295
00:17:28,525 --> 00:17:30,658
- Maybe we should attend
this gala she's hosting

296
00:17:30,701 --> 00:17:31,876
and ask her ourselves.

297
00:17:31,920 --> 00:17:34,053
- Uh, I don't know,
what if Merkel's there?

298
00:17:34,096 --> 00:17:35,097
We'll come prepared.

299
00:17:35,141 --> 00:17:36,490
Some meta handcuffs for me,

300
00:17:36,533 --> 00:17:39,232
a taser for you,
and we get to dress up.

301
00:17:39,275 --> 00:17:40,798
- Barry.

302
00:17:40,842 --> 00:17:42,452
- This is a meta investigation;
this is not date night.

303
00:17:42,496 --> 00:17:44,933
- I'm just saying,
I look really good in a tux.

304
00:17:51,287 --> 00:17:53,420
- The night your father
disappeared.

305
00:17:53,463 --> 00:17:54,638
- Oh.

306
00:17:54,682 --> 00:17:57,728
Well, well, well.
Liquid nitrogen.

307
00:17:57,772 --> 00:17:59,687
That's a potent accelerant,
is it not?

308
00:17:59,730 --> 00:18:02,559
Oh, this place
it would have gone up. Whoa.

309
00:18:02,603 --> 00:18:05,084
- So, all my father's work
is completely gone?

310
00:18:05,127 --> 00:18:07,216
- Well, not necessarily.

311
00:18:07,260 --> 00:18:09,131
I mean, think about it.

312
00:18:09,175 --> 00:18:10,524
Police listed this fire as
accidental,

313
00:18:10,567 --> 00:18:12,178
but they didn't know
about the connection

314
00:18:12,221 --> 00:18:13,831
to Caitlin's father, so...

315
00:18:13,875 --> 00:18:16,834
- Ralph, my father told me
to come find him.

316
00:18:16,878 --> 00:18:20,403
- Yeah, no, I know that,
but a guy who disappears

317
00:18:20,447 --> 00:18:23,450
on the night of a warehouse
fire and who's hard to find?

318
00:18:23,493 --> 00:18:25,626
- Well, if you think this was
arson, let me tell you,
319
00:18:25,669 --> 00:18:27,584
if her father did this, well,
he would need a lot of help

320
00:18:27,628 --> 00:18:30,152
covering his tracks, right?

321
00:18:30,196 --> 00:18:33,155
- Yeah.
Maybe he got it.

322
00:18:38,726 --> 00:18:40,597
- Listen, my mom may not be
the best person,

323
00:18:40,641 --> 00:18:42,469
but there's no way she'd be
party to something like this.

324
00:18:42,512 --> 00:18:44,253
- There's one way to find out.

325
00:18:44,297 --> 00:18:45,950
- What, you want to question
the mother again?

326
00:18:45,994 --> 00:18:47,691
You already did that,
and what did you get? Nothing.

327
00:18:47,735 --> 00:18:49,606
- Well it's a clue.
Surely, we should follow it.

328
00:18:49,650 --> 00:18:51,217
- You already know
that this is still

329
00:18:51,260 --> 00:18:52,348
Tannhauser facility, okay?
So you're wrong.

330
00:18:52,392 --> 00:18:53,784
I'm wrong?

331
00:18:53,828 --> 00:18:55,177
I'm the one who figured out
Cicada's mask.

332
00:18:55,221 --> 00:18:56,831
You couldn't figure that out.

333
00:18:56,874 --> 00:18:58,746
You said you wouldn't doubt me,
that was your mistake.

334
00:18:58,789 --> 00:19:01,183
- Enough, yeah, enough!
Just give me this.

335
00:19:01,227 --> 00:19:05,492

336
00:19:08,277 --> 00:19:10,192
Cisco?

337
00:19:15,241 --> 00:19:22,509

338
00:19:26,991 --> 00:19:33,650

339
00:19:33,694 --> 00:19:36,914
- You look amazing, by the way.
- Thank you.

340
00:19:38,351 --> 00:19:39,482
- There's Theresa Merkel.
Come on.

341
00:19:39,526 --> 00:19:41,005
- Wait. What are we going
to say?

342
00:19:41,049 --> 00:19:43,312
We can't just ask her if
her son was recently hit

343
00:19:43,356 --> 00:19:45,227
by dark matter into shrapnel.

344
00:19:45,271 --> 00:19:47,229
- You'll think of something.

345
00:19:48,012 --> 00:19:50,798
So sorry.

346
00:19:50,841 --> 00:19:53,453
Hi, Mrs. Merkel.
I'm Iris West Allen.

347
00:19:53,496 --> 00:19:55,324
- Oh, I know who you are.

348
00:19:55,368 --> 00:19:57,326
Don't you usually
write about lunatics

349
00:19:57,370 --> 00:20:00,416
and the heroes
who catch them?

350
00:20:00,460 --> 00:20:02,201
- Well, you know,
supporting the arts

351
00:20:02,244 --> 00:20:04,203
is a citywide concern.

352
00:20:04,246 --> 00:20:06,466
- Hmm.
- I'm Barry Allen.

353
00:20:06,509 --> 00:20:09,686
- Ah. And you're obviously not
here to make a sizeable

354
00:20:09,730 --> 00:20:12,298
donation which means you,
my dear,

355
00:20:12,341 --> 00:20:14,343
are here on assignment.

356
00:20:15,388 --> 00:20:20,001
All right, ask whatever you
like. You have two minutes.
357
00:20:20,654 --> 00:20:23,222
- Well,
it's about your son, Peter.

358
00:20:23,265 --> 00:20:25,049
When was the last time
that you saw him?

359
00:20:25,093 --> 00:20:26,790
- That would be two years ago

360
00:20:26,834 --> 00:20:29,576
when he broke
into his own house.

361
00:20:29,619 --> 00:20:33,580
I was out of town,
and my staff had him arrested.

362
00:20:33,623 --> 00:20:35,277
- Do you know
where Peter is now?

363
00:20:35,321 --> 00:20:37,105
- No, and I don't care.

364
00:20:37,148 --> 00:20:39,890
See,
I gave him the world.

365
00:20:39,934 --> 00:20:43,067
The finest private schools,
his own wing to play in.

366
00:20:43,111 --> 00:20:46,810
But he just
never appreciated it.

367
00:20:48,029 --> 00:20:49,770
Enjoy the party.

368
00:20:52,729 --> 00:20:54,688
- I feel kinda bad for him now.

369
00:20:54,731 --> 00:20:57,560
- She's so cold.
370
00:20:57,604 --> 00:20:59,170
Can you imagine
what that was like?

371
00:21:03,349 --> 00:21:04,915
It's not a date
without a dance.

372
00:21:04,959 --> 00:21:07,091
- Barry, wait.
I mean, this is work, right?

373
00:21:07,135 --> 00:21:11,357
We just hit a dead end, so,
why don't we just go home?

374
00:21:11,400 --> 00:21:14,098
- Hey, hey.

375
00:21:14,142 --> 00:21:16,710
Just one dance, all right?

376
00:21:18,320 --> 00:21:19,626
- Okay.

377
00:21:20,409 --> 00:21:27,634

378
00:21:32,595 --> 00:21:35,076
- You know, we never really
had our first dance.

379
00:21:36,469 --> 00:21:39,210
- Yeah, this is really nice.

380
00:21:39,254 --> 00:21:46,479

381
00:22:01,407 --> 00:22:03,452
- Excuse me for a second.

382
00:22:03,496 --> 00:22:10,764

383
00:22:23,167 --> 00:22:27,084
- She gave her only son
everything that she had

384
00:22:27,128 --> 00:22:29,696
and it wasn't enough.

385
00:22:29,739 --> 00:22:32,481
Just like I'm not enough
for Nora.

386
00:22:32,525 --> 00:22:35,484
- You are nothing
like that woman in there.

387
00:22:38,008 --> 00:22:39,358
I mean, I love our daughter
with all my heart,

388
00:22:39,401 --> 00:22:41,185
but she hates me.

389
00:22:41,229 --> 00:22:43,405
Because I turn my back on her

390
00:22:43,449 --> 00:22:46,408
just like Theresa Merkel
did to her son.

391
00:22:46,452 --> 00:22:49,280
I lie to her
about everything that she is.

392
00:22:49,324 --> 00:22:53,459
And I prevent her from living
the life that she deserves.

393
00:22:56,462 --> 00:22:59,073
I'd hate me too.
- Iris.

394
00:22:59,116 --> 00:23:02,119
You are never going to be
the person that Nora knows

395
00:23:02,163 --> 00:23:03,556
from the future.
396
00:23:03,599 --> 00:23:06,036
- That's the thing.
It's not even up to us.

397
00:23:07,298 --> 00:23:09,562
I've already become her

398
00:23:09,605 --> 00:23:12,042
and I didn't even
have a choice.

399
00:23:15,089 --> 00:23:17,961

400
00:23:21,008 --> 00:23:26,927

401
00:23:32,280 --> 00:23:35,457
- While you were unconscious,
I scanned your wounds.

402
00:23:35,501 --> 00:23:38,417
There are still trace amounts
of aluminum-beryllium alloy

403
00:23:38,460 --> 00:23:39,722
fused within your hands.

404
00:23:39,766 --> 00:23:40,984
It's remnants
from Cicada's dagger.

405
00:23:41,028 --> 00:23:42,246
- See, this is--this
is what I need.

406
00:23:42,290 --> 00:23:43,726
I just need rest.

407
00:23:43,770 --> 00:23:45,989
- No, Cisco, rest is not
going to fix this, okay?

408
00:23:46,033 --> 00:23:48,557
Every time you vibe or breach,
the dark matter

409
00:23:48,601 --> 00:23:49,906
is going to affect
your central nervous system,

410
00:23:49,950 --> 00:23:51,952
causing you more and more pain.

411
00:23:51,995 --> 00:23:55,738
Wait--which you must have been
experiencing all day today.

412
00:23:55,782 --> 00:23:57,740
Why didn't you say anything?

413
00:23:59,263 --> 00:24:02,876
- Because you're my friend
and you needed my help.

414
00:24:02,919 --> 00:24:05,444
- Okay, but I would never ask
you to hurt yourself.

415
00:24:05,487 --> 00:24:06,923
Every time you vibe

416
00:24:06,967 --> 00:24:09,360
you are going to have
more and more seizures.

417
00:24:09,404 --> 00:24:12,973
- Then what am I
supposed to do?

418
00:24:20,067 --> 00:24:22,765
I remember when these powers
were a curse.

419
00:24:24,506 --> 00:24:27,335
Seeing Thawne kill me
over and over.

420
00:24:27,378 --> 00:24:30,512
Knowing that darkness.

421
00:24:30,556 --> 00:24:32,645
I didn't want that.

422
00:24:33,602 --> 00:24:36,126
I didn't want to be a hero.

423
00:24:36,170 --> 00:24:40,522
These powers were a part of me.
I had to learn that.

424
00:24:40,566 --> 00:24:44,439
And when I did,
they showed me everything.

425
00:24:44,483 --> 00:24:47,486
I could vibe every clue.

426
00:24:47,529 --> 00:24:49,488
I could breach us
wherever we needed to go.

427
00:24:49,531 --> 00:24:51,794
I could bring my value
to the team.

428
00:24:54,275 --> 00:24:57,539
If I can't take the pain,
that means Cicada wins.

429
00:24:57,583 --> 00:25:00,194
- No.
Hey.

430
00:25:00,237 --> 00:25:02,849
Listen, I get it, okay?

431
00:25:02,892 --> 00:25:07,157
When DeVoe took away
Killer Frost, I was destroyed.

432
00:25:08,289 --> 00:25:09,551
But you know what?

433
00:25:09,595 --> 00:25:12,075
I'm still here.

434
00:25:12,119 --> 00:25:14,643
And so are you.

435
00:25:14,687 --> 00:25:18,995
Because you are Cisco Ramon.

436
00:25:19,039 --> 00:25:20,649
Genius engineer,

437
00:25:20,693 --> 00:25:22,782
prodigy hacker,

438
00:25:22,825 --> 00:25:24,827
and the mechanic
who built a cold gun

439
00:25:24,871 --> 00:25:28,048
that could stop
a speedster.

440
00:25:29,397 --> 00:25:31,051
And you're my friend.

441
00:25:31,094 --> 00:25:34,663
You're my friend who went out
there and hurt himself today.

442
00:25:34,707 --> 00:25:38,362
Just to help me try
and find my dad.

443
00:25:38,406 --> 00:25:41,104
And that wasn't vibe.

444
00:25:41,148 --> 00:25:42,845
That was Cisco,

445
00:25:42,889 --> 00:25:45,239
and that's the guy I need.

446
00:25:47,458 --> 00:25:49,069
- That cold gun
was pretty amazing.

447
00:25:49,112 --> 00:25:52,681
- It was stolen
almost immediately--

448
00:25:52,725 --> 00:25:55,031
- Oh, immediately.

449
00:25:55,075 --> 00:25:57,033
- But yeah,
it was pretty great.

450
00:26:04,084 --> 00:26:06,913
- You know, this case
will keep until morning.

451
00:26:06,956 --> 00:26:11,004
- Yeah, I know, it's just
Merkel's still out there.

452
00:26:11,047 --> 00:26:12,658
And the gala was a dead end
and all we know

453
00:26:12,701 --> 00:26:15,704
is that he committed two
completely unrelated crimes.

454
00:26:19,708 --> 00:26:21,971
I don't know what to do
about Nora, Barry.

455
00:26:23,625 --> 00:26:25,584
- Yeah.

456
00:26:25,627 --> 00:26:28,891
Well, look. I mean, you know
I'm on your side with this.

457
00:26:28,935 --> 00:26:30,719
If you dampen her powers
in the future,

458
00:26:30,763 --> 00:26:32,025
it's because
you care about her.

459
00:26:32,068 --> 00:26:33,592
You're doing it
to keep her safe.
460
00:26:33,635 --> 00:26:35,985
- Yeah.
Just because I can protect her

461
00:26:36,029 --> 00:26:38,597
doesn't mean
that I'm a good mom.

462
00:26:41,425 --> 00:26:45,821
- This isn't like
what happened with Francine.

463
00:26:52,436 --> 00:26:57,311
She left me and my dad kept it
a secret all to protect me.

464
00:26:57,354 --> 00:26:59,879
And when she came back,
I pushed her away.

465
00:27:01,445 --> 00:27:05,145
I barely had a chance
to know her before she--

466
00:27:10,150 --> 00:27:13,457
I lost my chance to connect
with my mom and...

467
00:27:13,501 --> 00:27:16,547
Now when I get older, Nora is
going to push me away too.

468
00:27:16,591 --> 00:27:18,332
- That's not gonna happen.

469
00:27:18,375 --> 00:27:20,987
- Well, it sure seems to be
going in that direction.

470
00:27:21,030 --> 00:27:23,119
- Then choose
a different route.

471
00:27:23,163 --> 00:27:25,469
Make a different choice
when you raise Nora.
472
00:27:25,513 --> 00:27:28,821
If you don't want to be that
person, don't be that person.

473
00:27:29,865 --> 00:27:33,695
- It's not that simple,
Barry.

474
00:27:33,739 --> 00:27:35,697
- You're not your mom.

475
00:27:35,741 --> 00:27:37,481
You're not Iris
from the future,

476
00:27:37,525 --> 00:27:40,093
and you don't have to be, ever.

477
00:27:42,530 --> 00:27:45,576
I think
you should stop worrying

478
00:27:45,620 --> 00:27:49,232
about who you might become

479
00:27:49,276 --> 00:27:52,409
and reconnect with who you are,
now.

480
00:27:55,369 --> 00:27:56,587
- Yeah.

481
00:27:56,631 --> 00:27:59,721
- Now, let's go home,
all right?

482
00:28:08,861 --> 00:28:11,080
- Actually,
can I just meet you there?

483
00:28:12,865 --> 00:28:15,215
I think I have a lead.

484
00:28:16,869 --> 00:28:19,132
- Okay.
485
00:28:23,179 --> 00:28:26,052
Shut up.
Dad did not keep singing.

486
00:28:26,095 --> 00:28:27,880
- No way was your father
gonna let

487
00:28:27,923 --> 00:28:30,360
the middle school
production of "Guys and Dolls"

488
00:28:30,404 --> 00:28:32,711
turn out to be a disaster.

489
00:28:32,754 --> 00:28:35,757
Okay, um, one more.

490
00:28:35,801 --> 00:28:39,935
So, when your dad was
about ten,

491
00:28:39,979 --> 00:28:44,026
there was a kid in his class
that lost his folks.

492
00:28:44,070 --> 00:28:47,029
Kid stopped smiling,
barely spoke.

493
00:28:47,073 --> 00:28:49,423
And for some reason,
all of the other kids in school

494
00:28:49,466 --> 00:28:50,946
were being so mean to him.

495
00:28:50,990 --> 00:28:55,864
So, your father had lunch with
this boy

496
00:28:55,908 --> 00:28:58,606
every single day

497
00:28:58,649 --> 00:29:00,521
for a whole year.

498
00:29:00,564 --> 00:29:04,003
And when springtime came
and the yearbook came out

499
00:29:04,046 --> 00:29:07,920
your father gave the kid
an entire page

500
00:29:07,963 --> 00:29:10,226
and the photos
of his science fair project

501
00:29:10,270 --> 00:29:12,446
made him "most
likely to succeed."

502
00:29:14,709 --> 00:29:17,016
And then the boy
finally smiled.

503
00:29:21,063 --> 00:29:25,285
- Wait, but dad
wasn't in yearbook.

504
00:29:29,855 --> 00:29:32,901
That story
wasn't about dad, was it?

505
00:29:34,773 --> 00:29:39,125
It was about mom helping dad.

506
00:29:43,651 --> 00:29:45,958
Wait, were all those stories
you told me about mom?

507
00:29:46,001 --> 00:29:47,916
- Nora, you're projecting
all of these feelings

508
00:29:47,960 --> 00:29:52,442
that you have
about Iris 30 years from now.

509
00:29:52,486 --> 00:29:55,402
You're not getting to know
who she is today.

510
00:29:56,664 --> 00:29:58,622
These stories that I told you,

511
00:29:58,666 --> 00:30:01,887
they're what made me fall
in love with the Wests.

512
00:30:01,930 --> 00:30:05,455
Made me realize how special
this family is.

513
00:30:07,414 --> 00:30:09,024
So...

514
00:30:10,156 --> 00:30:14,508
If you liked them,
plenty more in here.

515
00:30:23,865 --> 00:30:31,046

516
00:30:45,582 --> 00:30:47,106
- Hey.

517
00:30:47,149 --> 00:30:49,151
- Hey babe, I just spoke
with Mrs. Merkel.

518
00:30:49,195 --> 00:30:51,153
I think I know
what Peter wants.

519
00:30:51,197 --> 00:30:52,720
The Jewelry, the building,

520
00:30:52,763 --> 00:30:54,635
they all meant something
personal to the victim.

521
00:30:54,678 --> 00:30:56,158
He wants to deliver

522
00:30:56,202 --> 00:30:58,944
the most painfully emotional
blow possible.

523
00:30:58,987 --> 00:31:00,815
Just like his family did
to him.

524
00:31:03,731 --> 00:31:05,472
- Yeah.

525
00:31:05,515 --> 00:31:08,431
Yeah, sorry, that MO
fits perfectly.

526
00:31:08,475 --> 00:31:10,259
Who do you think's
his next victim?

527
00:31:10,303 --> 00:31:12,348
Ugh!

528
00:31:14,176 --> 00:31:16,265
- Come and get him.

529
00:31:22,968 --> 00:31:24,273
- Guys, Merkel kidnapped Barry.

530
00:31:25,753 --> 00:31:27,146
- He's got Barry's meta-cuffs.

531
00:31:27,189 --> 00:31:30,453
- Well, that would do it.

532
00:31:34,936 --> 00:31:36,416
- Damn it, Nora pick up.

533
00:31:36,459 --> 00:31:38,592
- I'll ping Barry's cell,
see if I can get a location.

534
00:31:40,115 --> 00:31:42,335
He's in Eaglesham apartments
on Simone Ave.

535
00:31:42,378 --> 00:31:44,337
- I don't think he's in the
apartments so much as on them.
536
00:31:44,380 --> 00:31:45,991
- Right.

537
00:31:46,034 --> 00:31:48,210
- Okay, guys. We don't have a
speedster, Cisco can't breach,

538
00:31:48,254 --> 00:31:49,820
and Killer Frost
is out of commission.

539
00:31:49,864 --> 00:31:52,301
We need to come up with a plan
to rescue Barry now.

540
00:31:52,345 --> 00:31:53,955
- The extrapolator.
We can reach in and grab him.

541
00:31:55,000 --> 00:31:56,958
- Right.

542
00:31:57,002 --> 00:31:59,395
Uh, about that...

543
00:32:00,135 --> 00:32:01,441
I broke it.

544
00:32:01,484 --> 00:32:03,225
Batting practice?

545
00:32:03,269 --> 00:32:05,358
- It's not user friendly.
- You're not user friendly!

546
00:32:05,401 --> 00:32:06,750
- Cisco.

547
00:32:06,794 --> 00:32:08,317
- It's going to take me at
least an hour to fix it.

548
00:32:08,361 --> 00:32:09,928
- Cisco, we don't have an hour.
- Well, I--
549
00:32:09,971 --> 00:32:11,930
- No, but we do have me.

550
00:32:11,973 --> 00:32:13,235

551
00:32:13,279 --> 00:32:15,020
Let's go save The Flash.

552
00:32:15,063 --> 00:32:18,327
That was inspiring.

553
00:32:19,938 --> 00:32:22,070
- Thanks.

554
00:32:22,418 --> 00:32:23,463
I'll drive.

555
00:32:23,506 --> 00:32:25,073
- Actually,
I wanna try something.

556
00:32:25,117 --> 00:32:26,988
Saw it in a comic book.

557
00:32:28,337 --> 00:32:30,861
Whoo-hoo!

558
00:32:30,905 --> 00:32:32,602
- Whoo!

559
00:32:32,646 --> 00:32:36,128
- Ah, you're choking me.
You're choking me.

560
00:32:41,350 --> 00:32:42,917
Hey, I used to live there.

561
00:32:42,961 --> 00:32:43,918
- Ralph.

562
00:32:43,962 --> 00:32:45,137
- Oh, I got it.
563
00:33:15,602 --> 00:33:22,652

564
00:33:32,184 --> 00:33:35,056
- Police man.

565
00:33:35,100 --> 00:33:37,450
Fancy cuffs.

566
00:33:38,973 --> 00:33:41,062
- Peter,
you don't want to do this.

567
00:33:41,106 --> 00:33:43,021
Look, I know
how you got your abilities.

568
00:33:43,064 --> 00:33:45,371
The night of the enlightenment,
right?

569
00:33:45,414 --> 00:33:48,504
You were hit by a piece of
the satellite, weren't you?

570
00:33:48,548 --> 00:33:49,940
- Crushed!

571
00:33:49,984 --> 00:33:51,855
Snapped.

572
00:33:51,899 --> 00:33:54,597
Broken.

573
00:33:54,641 --> 00:33:56,686
- Okay, well, I know people
who can help you.

574
00:33:56,730 --> 00:33:59,211
People who could stop
your suffering.

575
00:34:04,912 --> 00:34:08,742
- Suffering can't be stopped.

576
00:34:08,785 --> 00:34:13,181
Especially hers.

577
00:34:13,225 --> 00:34:15,140
- If you touch Iris--

578
00:34:15,183 --> 00:34:17,968
- Don't want to hear your pain.

579
00:34:18,012 --> 00:34:20,667
Only your wife's.

580
00:34:23,235 --> 00:34:25,933
- Let him go.

581
00:34:25,976 --> 00:34:27,935
- The wife.

582
00:34:27,978 --> 00:34:31,417
You fire, he dies.

583
00:34:37,031 --> 00:34:38,728
- Okay.

584
00:34:43,777 --> 00:34:45,561
Okay.

585
00:34:45,605 --> 00:34:48,303
Just don't hurt him.

586
00:34:54,831 --> 00:34:57,399

587
00:34:57,443 --> 00:34:59,880
- You heard the lady,
Raggedy Dandy.

588
00:34:59,923 --> 00:35:01,099
Let him go.

589
00:35:01,142 --> 00:35:03,797
Okay.

590
00:35:05,059 --> 00:35:07,017
- Barry!
591
00:35:07,061 --> 00:35:14,286

592
00:35:20,292 --> 00:35:23,121
- Mom. Holy schrap.

593
00:35:23,164 --> 00:35:26,254
You just threw yourself off
a building to save dad?

594
00:35:26,298 --> 00:35:29,475
- Yeah.
- That was beyond schway.

595
00:35:29,518 --> 00:35:31,390
- You're crazy.
- I am.

596
00:35:31,433 --> 00:35:34,828
- Thank you. I love you.
- I love you.

597
00:35:36,482 --> 00:35:38,614
Oh, my God.
Ralph is still up there.

598
00:35:38,658 --> 00:35:41,574
- I hope I don't land
on my keys!

599
00:35:41,617 --> 00:35:42,662
- Ah.

600
00:35:46,013 --> 00:35:47,797
- Uh.

601
00:35:53,716 --> 00:35:56,763
You guys
still have those meta

602
00:36:03,770 --> 00:36:05,772
- Iris West Allen, I know
badassery when I see it

603
00:36:05,815 --> 00:36:08,209
and that was raw, unrefined,
cage-free,

604
00:36:08,253 --> 00:36:10,342
non-GMO, badassery right there.

605
00:36:10,385 --> 00:36:13,171
- You dove off a building.
- For me.

606
00:36:13,214 --> 00:36:14,650
- Yeah, I guess I kinda did.

607
00:36:14,694 --> 00:36:16,478
- What was going
through you mind?

608
00:36:16,522 --> 00:36:20,221
- "Uh, please, God,
don't let me drop this key."

609
00:36:20,265 --> 00:36:23,746
You're not a speedster.

610
00:36:23,790 --> 00:36:25,618
- No, I'm not.

611
00:36:25,661 --> 00:36:30,449
But my husband and my partner
and my best friend is.

612
00:36:31,406 --> 00:36:33,060
- Well, not to interrupt
this wonderful moment

613
00:36:33,103 --> 00:36:36,498
that I just interrupted, but,
you know, I helped defeat

614
00:36:36,542 --> 00:36:38,326
that boneless bozo too.
- Mm-hmm.

615
00:36:38,370 --> 00:36:42,243
- It wasn't so easy.
And that--God, that mask.
616
00:36:42,287 --> 00:36:44,245
It's like one of those
porcelain dolls

617
00:36:44,289 --> 00:36:48,510
that's gonna
kill you while you sleep.

618
00:36:48,554 --> 00:36:53,036
- I thought it was more like
a ragdoll.

619
00:36:53,080 --> 00:36:55,343
Yeah, that's right.
Still got it.

620
00:36:55,387 --> 00:36:57,258
Hold your applause.

621
00:36:57,302 --> 00:36:58,433
- Guess it's off
to Iron Heights

622
00:36:58,477 --> 00:37:01,131
for slippery old ragdoll.

623
00:37:01,175 --> 00:37:03,351
- Oh, wait, you're--you're
leaving?

624
00:37:03,395 --> 00:37:05,266
- Yeah, um,
there's something I need to do,

625
00:37:05,310 --> 00:37:07,877
but I'll be right back.
I promise.

626
00:37:09,444 --> 00:37:11,490
- She looks happy.

627
00:37:11,533 --> 00:37:15,711
- Yeah, she really does.

628
00:37:24,372 --> 00:37:25,765
- I do that too.
629
00:37:25,808 --> 00:37:27,027
- Oh.

630
00:37:28,942 --> 00:37:31,771
I was writing
about what you did tonight.

631
00:37:31,814 --> 00:37:33,381
It was awesome.

632
00:37:34,295 --> 00:37:35,601
- Thanks.

633
00:37:35,644 --> 00:37:38,038
I guess
it kinda runs in the family.

634
00:37:41,781 --> 00:37:45,263
- Oh.

635
00:37:47,090 --> 00:37:49,963

636
00:37:50,006 --> 00:37:53,096
- Dad's always adding to it.
It's so silly.

637
00:37:53,140 --> 00:37:56,361
- No, it's not. It's your life.

638
00:37:56,404 --> 00:38:00,060
I mean, editor
of the school paper by age 11.

639
00:38:00,103 --> 00:38:03,890
Exposing a corrupt school
teacher at the age of 15.

640
00:38:03,933 --> 00:38:06,675
I mean, you never talk
about this stuff.

641
00:38:06,719 --> 00:38:08,764
In the--the future, I mean.
642
00:38:08,808 --> 00:38:13,334
It's, um, one of your
off-limits topics.

643
00:38:13,378 --> 00:38:15,728
I'm not allowed
to ask about it.

644
00:38:21,690 --> 00:38:22,735
- Look.

645
00:38:24,954 --> 00:38:26,565
Nora.

646
00:38:28,741 --> 00:38:31,657
I am not that person
in the future.

647
00:38:32,571 --> 00:38:35,617
And nothing
is off limits to me, okay?

648
00:38:35,661 --> 00:38:39,317
I'm not gonna sit
behind a desk and say "no."

649
00:38:39,360 --> 00:38:42,015
I want you to live your life.

650
00:38:42,058 --> 00:38:44,060
And...

651
00:38:46,498 --> 00:38:49,196
I want you to be
a part of mine.

652
00:38:49,239 --> 00:38:52,678
No secrets, no lies, just...

653
00:38:52,721 --> 00:38:55,115
Us being who we are today.

654
00:38:57,726 --> 00:39:00,512
- Yeah, really.

655
00:39:06,996 --> 00:39:09,434
- Did you really stake out the
school bathroom in third grade

656
00:39:09,477 --> 00:39:12,654
to prove that the school
janitor wasn't cleaning it?

657
00:39:12,698 --> 00:39:15,091
- I'm gonna kill Cecile.

658
00:39:15,135 --> 00:39:16,484
But, um, yes.

659
00:39:16,528 --> 00:39:19,357
I was a real-life Nancy Drew
back then.

660
00:39:19,400 --> 00:39:22,403
- Wow. That's cool, mum.

661
00:39:26,407 --> 00:39:28,801
- Shirley and I were talking
and while we realize our styles

662
00:39:28,844 --> 00:39:30,455
are very different,
what we both like...

663
00:39:30,498 --> 00:39:31,586
both:
Is a good mystery.

664
00:39:31,630 --> 00:39:33,022
- So we put our heads together.

665
00:39:33,066 --> 00:39:34,633
And after some
intellectual hair pulling,

666
00:39:34,676 --> 00:39:37,592
we realized that if your mom
wasn't lying...

667
00:39:37,636 --> 00:39:40,029
- And Tannhauser was still
somehow involved...
668
00:39:40,073 --> 00:39:41,683
- There's only one sure place
somebody could hide

669
00:39:41,727 --> 00:39:44,338
without anyone
knowing about it.

670
00:39:44,382 --> 00:39:45,426
- A Tannhauser black ops site.

671
00:39:45,470 --> 00:39:46,775
- There you go.

672
00:39:46,819 --> 00:39:48,516
- I mean,
they've got dozens of them.

673
00:39:48,560 --> 00:39:51,432
They were safe houses to test
dangerous pathogens for the CDC

674
00:39:51,476 --> 00:39:54,217
but Mom hasn't taken
a government job in years.

675
00:39:54,261 --> 00:39:56,002
They'd all be shut down.

676
00:39:56,045 --> 00:39:59,571
- Yeah, that's why it's
the best place to hide.

677
00:40:01,094 --> 00:40:04,227
Uh, have you tried Google?

678
00:40:04,271 --> 00:40:06,142
- Yes.
We just use their satellite.

679
00:40:06,186 --> 00:40:08,144
- I don't think we can use
someone else's satellite.

680
00:40:09,581 --> 00:40:10,973
- Or maybe we can.

681
00:40:14,020 --> 00:40:16,936
When DeVoe took over Sally,
he also launched four

682
00:40:16,979 --> 00:40:19,329
of his own satellites to bring
about the enlightenment,

683
00:40:19,373 --> 00:40:23,595
but now that he's gone
maybe we can work around the...

684
00:40:23,638 --> 00:40:26,075
Multiplexed
burst-model channels

685
00:40:26,119 --> 00:40:28,077
and the inter-SV handoff.

686
00:40:37,347 --> 00:40:39,698
- We've got eyes and ears.

687
00:40:39,741 --> 00:40:40,916
We've got eyes and ears!

688
00:40:40,960 --> 00:40:42,483
- I knew you could do it.
- Ah!

689
00:40:42,527 --> 00:40:44,659
- Oh, sorry.
- That was dumb.

690
00:40:45,747 --> 00:40:49,969
Ladies and gentlemen,
may I introduce you to...

691
00:40:50,012 --> 00:40:56,845
HAL, Robbie, Data,
and Colossus.

692
00:40:57,890 --> 00:40:59,805
- I don't really like
those names.
693
00:40:59,848 --> 00:41:01,676
But nonetheless,
those can help us

694
00:41:01,720 --> 00:41:04,026
in tracking the shards
from the satellite?

695
00:41:04,070 --> 00:41:06,115
- These babies can help with
anything and everything.

696
00:41:06,159 --> 00:41:08,596
- Well, once we figure out
which one hit Cicada,

697
00:41:08,640 --> 00:41:09,945
we can figure out
how he got his abilities,

698
00:41:09,989 --> 00:41:11,512
maybe find some
kind of a weakness.

699
00:41:18,998 --> 00:41:22,828
Do you know what this means?

700
00:41:22,871 --> 00:41:25,831
We can locate your father.

701
00:41:25,874 --> 00:41:28,834
- Wait, wait.
I, uh...

702
00:41:32,446 --> 00:41:34,579
- It is, I just...

703
00:41:39,932 --> 00:41:41,890
- Okay.

704
00:41:44,197 --> 00:41:46,591
When you're ready.

705
00:41:46,634 --> 00:41:48,157
- Thanks.
706
00:42:15,837 --> 00:42:17,317
- Greg, move your head.