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{{Quote|Wally's gone!|[[Savitar]] to [[Barry Allen]]}}
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{{Quote|I'm free!|[[Barry Allen (Earth-1)#Savitar|Savitar]] to [[Barry Allen (Earth-1)|Barry Allen]]}}
 
{{Episode
 
{{Episode
 
|name= The Wrath of Savitar
 
|name= The Wrath of Savitar
 
|image= Savitar escapes from the Speed Force.png
 
|image= Savitar escapes from the Speed Force.png
|season=3
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|season= 3
|epnum=15
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|epnum= 15
 
|number= 61
 
|number= 61
 
|airdate= March 7, 2017
 
|airdate= March 7, 2017
 
|writer= [[Andrew Kreisberg]]<br/>[[Andrew Wilder]]
 
|writer= [[Andrew Kreisberg]]<br/>[[Andrew Wilder]]
 
|director= [[Alexandra La Roche]]
 
|director= [[Alexandra La Roche]]
|guests= [[Tom Felton]] as [[Julian Albert]] ''(special appearance by)''<br/>[[Violett Beane]] as [[Jesse Wells|Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick]]<br/>[[Vanessa Williams]] as [[Francine West]]<br/>[[Andre Tricoteux]] as [[Savitar]]
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|guests= [[Tom Felton]] as [[Julian Albert]] ''(special appearance by)''<br/>[[Violett Beane]] as [[Jesse Wells|Jesse Wells/Jesse Quick]]<br/>[[Vanessa Williams]] as [[Francine West]]<br/>[[Andre Tricoteux]] as [[Barry Allen (Earth-1)#Savitar|Savitar]]
 
|before= {{Ep|Attack on Central City}}
 
|before= {{Ep|Attack on Central City}}
 
|after= {{Ep|Into the Speed Force}}
 
|after= {{Ep|Into the Speed Force}}
|show= The Flash
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|post=52
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|show= The Flash (The CW)
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
While training with [[Barry]], [[Wally West|Wally]] starts to have visions of [[Barry Allen#Savitar|Savitar]], which he hides from [[Team Flash|the team]]. A dangerous secret threatens Barry and [[Iris West|Iris]]' happiness.<ref>[http://flashtvnews.com/flash-official-description-for-the-wrath-of-savitar/27827''Flash: Official Description for “The Wrath of Savitar”'' - FlashTVNews]</ref>
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While training with [[Barry]], [[Wally West|Wally]] starts to have visions of [[Barry Allen (Earth-1)#Savitar|Savitar]], which he hides from [[Team Flash|the team]]. A dangerous secret threatens Barry and [[Iris West-Allen|Iris]]' happiness.<ref>[http://flashtvnews.com/flash-official-description-for-the-wrath-of-savitar/27827''Flash: Official Description for “The Wrath of Savitar”'' - FlashTVNews]</ref>
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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*HR welcomes Julian as "James", referencing the British spy [[w:c:jamesbond:James Bond|James Bond]].
 
*HR welcomes Julian as "James", referencing the British spy [[w:c:jamesbond:James Bond|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 ''[[wikipedia:Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping|Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping]]''.
 
*After Wally is treated for his injuries, Cisco claims that trouble "never stops never stopping". This is possibly a reference to the 2016 film ''[[wikipedia:Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping|Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping]]''.
*HR attempts to pull everyone together by calling the four guys the "Four Amigos", apparently referencing a movie on Earth Nineteen. This itself is a reference to the 1986 film ''[[wikipedia:Three Amigos|¡Three Amigos!]]''.
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*HR 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 ''[[wikipedia:Three Amigos|¡Three Amigos!]]''.
 
*Cisco refers to Julian as [[wikipedia:Linda Blair|Linda Blair]], referencing the actress' role as the possessed child [[w:c:exorcist:Regan MacNeil|Regan MacNeil]] in the 1973 film ''[[w:c:exorcist:The Exorcist (film)|The Exorcist]]'' and [[w:c:exorcist:Exorcist II: The Heretic|its sequel]].
 
*Cisco refers to Julian as [[wikipedia:Linda Blair|Linda Blair]], referencing the actress' role as the possessed child [[w:c:exorcist:Regan MacNeil|Regan MacNeil]] in the 1973 film ''[[w:c:exorcist:The Exorcist (film)|The Exorcist]]'' and [[w:c:exorcist:Exorcist II: The Heretic|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 [[w:c:harrypotter:Sybill Trelawney's first prophecy|prophecy]] from [[w:C:harrypotter:Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix|''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."
 
*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 [[w:c:harrypotter:Sybill Trelawney's first prophecy|prophecy]] from [[w:C:harrypotter:Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix|''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."
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*Julian refers to himself as Judas when he talks about the one that could possibly betray the team. Judas Iscariot was the one that betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans. Tom Felton had a role in the movie ''Risen'' that was centered around the story of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion.
 
*Julian refers to himself as Judas when he talks about the one that could possibly betray the team. Judas Iscariot was the one that betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans. Tom Felton had a role in the movie ''Risen'' that was centered around the story of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion.
 
*This was the first episode where Savitar's appearance was not CGI.
 
*This was the first episode where Savitar's appearance was not CGI.
*When Wally was hallucinating Savitar to which the hallucination of Savitar becomes Barry as the Flash, it foreshadows his identity into being the evil future version of Barry to which his identity has been revealed in the episode "[[I Know Who You Are]]".
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*When Wally was hallucinating Savitar to which the hallucination of Savitar becomes Barry as the Flash, it foreshadows his identity into being the evil future version of Barry to which his identity has been revealed in the episode {{Ep|I Know Who You Are}}.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 05:28, October 10, 2019

"I'm free!"
Savitar to Barry Allen
"The Wrath of Savitar" is the fifteenth episode of the third season of The Flash, and the sixty-first episode overall. It aired on March 7, 2017.

SynopsisEdit

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.[1]

GalleryEdit

VideosEdit

TriviaEdit

  • HR 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.
  • HR 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 that betrayed Jesus Christ to the Romans. Tom Felton had a role in the movie Risen that was centered around the story of Jesus Christ after his crucifixion.
  • This was the first episode where Savitar's appearance was not CGI.
  • When Wally was hallucinating Savitar to which the hallucination of Savitar becomes Barry as the Flash, it foreshadows his identity into being the evil future version of Barry to which his identity has been revealed in the episode "I Know Who You Are".

ReferencesEdit

  1. Flash: Official Description for “The Wrath of Savitar” - FlashTVNews


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