The Flash

Aired: Apr 25, 2017 , Tuesday at 20:00 on CW

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Episode Summary: Barry travels to the future to find out Savitar's still unknown identity in the hopes of saving Iris. Upon his arrival in 2024, Barry encounters future versions of his Team Flash friends, who, following the death of Iris, have become very different people, profoundly impacted by their showdown with Savitar. It will be up to Barry to infuse a sense of hope ba more into the team, as he proves to be hero his future friends have been waiting for. Meanwhile, back in 2017, the hunt for Killer Frost continues.
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Who Finds Out Savitar's Identity?

Barry takes a trip to the future in hopes of finding out who Savitar is in this episode of The Flash, but things are really, really bleak in 2024. (And that's without taking into account that future headline from the Time Vault.) When he first gets there, he runs into a couple of old enemies and finds his future self not exactly helpful. Meanwhile, in the present in "The Once and Future Flash," Killer Frost is on the loose, and she doesn't want to fight it. No one can get through to her, and by the tim... more

The Once and Future Flash

Barry received a taste of the future on The Flash Season 3 Episode 19 "The Once and Future Flash." And to say it wasn't pretty would be the biggest understatement ever. Because in 2024, Team Flash was in shambles, having never recovered from Iris' death or Caitlin's transformation. In other words, the ladies need to survive in order for the team to be whole.  Except Barry's continually finding himself in a position where he can't save both of them.... more



Will Harry's Thinking Cap Turn Him into a Villain on 'The Flash'?

In the episode, "Run, Iris, Run" The Flash managed to hit two metaphorical birds with one stone by giving Harry a reason to be relevant (something that's been missing for seasons) and finding a possible way to defeat The Thinker. Inspired by the villain himself, Harry created a Thinking Cap that boosted his intelligence. Matching The Thinker at his own game isn't the worst way Team Flash has ever tried to take down a villain but fans might want to be slightly concerned for Harry's ment... more

'The Flash': Which Character Screwed up the Most in 'Run, Iris, Run'?

Over the past few years, The Flash viewers have watched Barry Allen screw up a lot. One might assume that this is because Barry is the titular hero of the show, an identity that brings with it many opportunities for errors. Alternatively, it could just be that Barry is a screw-up. The "Run, Iris, Run" episode gives us ample opportunity to test this hypothesis: With Iris as a speedster, does she screw up the most? Or does another character make more mistakes? Iris more

'The Flash' Adds 2 Familiar Metas: Meet Janet Petty and Edwin Gauss

The search for the final two bus metas is on, and Team Flash finally has a leg up on Clifford DeVoe. In fact, they now have a Thinker of their own. Harry (Tom Cavanagh) slipped on his version of the Thinking Cap in "Run, Iris, Run," immediately prompting viewers -- and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) -- to wonder if a villainous twist is in store for the Earth-2 native. While we worry, however, Wells' experimentation with gray matter steroids has gifted the STAR Labs crew with the names of the remaining bus metas -- Janet Petty and Edwin Gauss. Of the... more


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