- "Neither one of you are ever gonna stop growing. I mean, marriage is like a tree. I mean, bear with me. Look, the branches, they grow from the center. They grow farther and farther away from the center, but what you have to remember is underneath, the roots? They're mirroring the branches. They're growing just as much. So you're growing your foundation. Now of course, you gotta tend to the soil, communicate with each other, take care of each other, look out for each other, but as the branches grow, so does your foundation. So you grow together."
- —Joe West on Barry's marriage to Iris.
|Barry and Iris plan a romantic dinner for Valentine's Day but their evening is interrupted by an old foe - Amunet. Meanwhile, Frost gets into the holiday spirit and attempts to help Allegra reconnect with an old love.|
Iris escapes the mirror she was quickly caught in. The following morning, she makes hotcakes for Barry as an approach to observe Valentine's Day early, which overwhelms him. Barry and Iris recall that they had a reservation gotten ready for Valentine's Day, and choose to book another reservation early so they can commend the occasion without interferences.
They go to supper, where Barry is amazed that Iris communicates in Italian. Amunet Black crashes the supper, and starts to leave with a taken tech. Barry attempts to capture her as a CCPD official, however she can't, and says she's going to tell everybody Barry's The Flash on the off chance that he doesn't release her. Barry chooses to attempt to research, however Iris volunteers to do as such. Iris goes within a bar that they know Amunet frequents, and grabs everybody's eye when she requests Amunet. A bouncer faces her, however she breaks a container over his head. The barkeep discovers this great and gives Iris data on Amunet's area.
They discover Amunet, who is stood up to by Goldface, who she used to date. Barry and Iris understand that Amunet and Goldface are beginning a group war. Amunet and Goldface start to contend about relationship things, yet are stood up to by a CCPD specialist. Iris researches the two gadgets, and acknowledges they're associated with an uncommon plant that has been delivered to the Central City arboredum. Barry asks Iris about for what reason she's acting extraordinary, and she clarifies that she's experienced childhood in the time paving the way to "Emergency", and doesn't have the right to simply be sidelined any longer. She begins crying and leaves.
Iris visits Amunet, and offers her assistance in the battle against Goldface. Iris clarifies that the plant has dust with the capacity to understand brains, and Amunet affirms it. Iris says she needs to utilize the dust for herself to guess what Barry might be thinking, and Amunet imagines that is a good thought.
Barry meets with Joe, and requests guidance about what's new with Iris. Joe says that piece of being seeing someone proceeding to become together and speak with one another.
Amunet informs Iris concerning how she and Goldface needed the orchid to be their greatest score. They discover the orchid, and Amunet appends the pieces together to make a weapon, which Goldface rapidly catches. A battle results, and Barry shows up to spare Iris. He at that point attempts to get Amunet and Goldface to convey, yet it doesn't work. In the battle, the dust from the orchid jumps on them two, and they're ready to tell that they despite everything have affections for one another, and start to kiss.
Afterward, Iris and Barry grasp and observe Valentine's Day - as the genuine Iris peers on from inside a mirror.
Allegra and Frost meet at CCPN. Allegra whines about Valentine's Day, to some extent on account of an ex who had recently made her extremely upset. Ice chooses to help Allegra and the person reunite. They discover the person at Jitters - where he's unmistakably involved with the barista. Allegra gets agitated and leaves.
Nash visits Frost, and inquires as to why she's dismal on Valentine's Day. Ice stresses that she cannot turn into a decent individual, however Nash comforts her. He recommends attempting to break through to Allegra once more.
Ice visits Allegra, and apologizes. Allegra reveals to her story, and says that she ghosted her ex since she was hesitant to disclose to him she's a meta. Ice proposes that they attempt to reconnect. Allegra does that, and reveals to Frost that it worked out in a good way, and that she and her ex will be companions. Nash later shows up and uncovers that the Allegra of his Earth was his little girl, and Frost offers to converse with him at whatever point he needs. Nash looks over the room and sees a substitute rendition of Wells, who evaporates quickly.
- Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash
- Candice Patton as Iris West-Allen and "Iris West-Allen"
- Danielle Panabaker as Frost
- Carlos Valdes (credit only)
- Hartley Sawyer (credit only)
- Danielle Nicolet (credit only)
- Tom Cavanagh as Dr. Nash Wells and Dr. Harry Wells
- Jesse L. Martin as Captain Joe West
Special guest star
- Tyson Arner as Emerson Fairweather
- Tess Atkins as Natalie
- Robert Zen Humpage as Saul Frankel
- Stephanie Izsak as Officer Daisy Korber
- Rodrigo Massa as Waiter
- Phillip Mitchell as Security Guard
- Kyle Strauts as Lars Patel
- Darryl Quon as Skullstar
- The episode shares its title with the Pat Benatar song of the same name.
- The mirror Iris claims to have consulted Ryan Choi about the tech stolen by Amunet.
- This is the lowest rated episode of the show ever on IMDB.
- It is also the lowest rated non-pilot episode of the Arrowverse.
- This episode had a rerun on March 3.
- This is the second episode to be centered around Valentine's Day, with the first being Season 3's "".
- Mirror Iris breaks the fourth wall when she says that she wants to make Barry breakfast before they are attacked by "some meta of the week".
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