- "You're saying I caused you to get your speed? I created you?"
- "Oh no. I created myself."
- —Barry questioning Savitar's cause of existence
"The Wrath of Savitar" is the fifteenth episode of the third season of , and the sixty-first episode overall. It aired on March 7, 2017.
|While training with Barry, Wally starts to have visions of Savitar, which he hides from the team. A dangerous secret threatens Barry and Iris' happiness.|
The scene starts with Barry, Wally, and Jesse in a race. Back at STAR Labs, it's uncovered that the trio is in an instructional course attempting to get Wally's speed sufficiently quick to prevent Savitar from executing Iris.
The gathering amasses in the cellar of STAR Labs, and Barry and Iris choose to break the news that they've gotten ready for marriage. Most of the gathering is satisfied with the news, Joe takes Barry aside and inquires as to why Barry didn't request his consent. Before Barry gets an opportunity to reply, Cisco reveals to them a fire is in progress and his assistance is required somewhere else.
While in transit to the fire, Wally is sideswiped by Savitar and tossed into a vehicle. Barry thinks back and sees Wally via vehicle, however doesn't realize that Savitar was there until Wally uncovers that is who assaulted.
At Team Flash HQ, an irritated Barry lashes out at Wally for staying quiet about the Savitar dreams for longer than seven days. Barry gets sufficiently agitated to where he expels Wally from the group until they make sense of what's happening.
The gathering needs to utilize a similar gear on Julian that they recently utilized on Joe to associate with Grodd's psyche and a reluctant Julian at last concurs after some influence from Caitlin and the two offer a kiss.
The team attaches Julian to the machine and Savitar starts talking through Julian and it's uncovered that either Savitar or Iris can live — not both. A noticeably shaken Barry strolls to Julian and unfastens the machine.
The gathering catches satellite symbolism of a potential Savitar locating and when Barry surges out to the area, he sees a clique like gathering loving a sculpture of Savitar. Barry sees the container they recently caught the Philosopher's Stone in, he understands neither the stone or Savitar are caught in the crate.
Barry returns the crate to STAR Labs for Cisco to test and HR can be seen preparing Wally to make him ever quicker. HR and Wally approach Cisco about vibing them to the future with the goal that Wally can see the circumstance where Savitar murders Iris. At the point when Wally leaves the vibe, he speeds into where Barry and Iris are sitting and hollers at Barry to come clean with him concerning why he proposed to Iris.
Barry uncovers that he proposed to Iris in light of the fact that later on where the last is killed, she isn't wearing a wedding band. A justifiably disturbed Iris leaves the room and educates Barry that she needs to consider their future.
At the point when the remainder of the gathering leaves the room, Caitlin uncovers to Julian that she kept piece of the Philosopher's Stone and Julian breaks the news to the remainder of the gathering. At the point when they understand that it's completely conceivable that Savitar can be back on Earth, as a component of the Philosopher's Stone is situated there, Barry convinces Julian to permit the group to bring Savitar through him by and by.
Barry starts teasing Savitar enough to the point that the Cisco can get an area of Savitar — he's some place in Central City.
At the West family unit, Jesse and Wally show some kindness to heart where Wally uncovers he feels diverse on the grounds that he was placed into a casing while Jesse basically got her forces. As Jesse goes to grasp Wally, Wally observes his mom sitting on the means driving upstairs. Wally strolls towards the means and goes to embrace her and it's uncovered from Jesse's perspective that nobody is there. Wally's mother transforms into Savitar and Wally dashes off soon after revealing to Jesse that he needs to prevent Savitar from getting away.
At Barry and Iris' condo, the two start to discuss their future. Iris uncovers her considerations that she wouldn't like to simply be somebody that Barry's ensuring her.
Back at STAR Labs, the gathering understands that the future Barry has caught Savitar in the Speed Force and make the association that he cannot escape without the full Philosopher's Stone. Jesse speeds in to tell the gathering that Wally hurried off to battle Savitar and when they beware of the stone leftover, they understand it's gone.
Wally is seen opening up a passageway to the Speed Force and when Barry can arrive, Wally is sucked in and the entrance closes. It at that point revives and Savitar moves out.
When Barry faces Savitar about the area of Wally, Savitar takes note of that Wally is lost in the Speed Force until the end of time. A battle results on which the two are decently uniformly coordinated until Savitar stabs Barry in his collar bone shattering it. Barry phases his hand and cuts Savitar's blade limb off.
Barry's surged back to STAR Labs where the group expels the bit of metal from Barry and patches him up. The scene closes with the vast majority of Team Flash at lost words with no sign of how to get Wally back.
- Grant Gustin as Barry Allen/The Flash
- Candice Patton as Iris West
- Danielle Panabaker as Dr. Caitlin Snow
- Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon/Vibe
- Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West/Kid Flash
- Tom Cavanagh as H.R. Wells
- Jesse L. Martin as Detective Joe West
Special appearance by
- Violett Beane as Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick
- Vanessa Williams as "Francine West"
- Andre Tricoteux as Savitar
- H.R. once again welcomes Julian as "James", referencing the British spy James Bond.
- After Wally is treated for his injuries, Cisco claims that trouble "never stops never stopping". This is possibly a reference to the 2016 film Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
- H.R. attempts to pull everyone together by calling the four guys the "Four Amigos", apparently referencing a movie on Earth-19. This itself is a reference to the 1986 film ¡Three Amigos!.
- Cisco refers to Julian as Linda Blair, referencing the actress' role as the possessed child Regan MacNeil in the 1973 film The Exorcist and its sequel.
- When Barry asks Savitar why they're enemies, he replies through Julian, "Because we had to be, only one of us could live." This closely resembles the prophecy from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix: "Either must die at the hand of the other, for neither can live while the other survives."
- Julian refers to himself as "Judas" when he talks about the one that could possibly betray the team. Judas Iscariot was the one who betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans. Tom Felton had a role in the 2016 movie Risen, which was centered around the story of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion.
- This was the first episode where Savitar's appearance was not CGI and a practical suit was introduced.
- When Wally was hallucinating Savitar to which the hallucination of Savitar becomes Barry as the Flash, it foreshadows his true identity as an evil future version of Barry in the episode "".
- The showdown between Wally and Savitar takes place at the old Kob Factory. David Kob serves as story editor on the show.
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