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: ...when I was a little girl, Grandma taught me a prayer: Accept the things you cannot change. Have the courage to change the things you can... and have the wisdom to know the difference.
: No mom, I'm fine. But everything else has... changed. And I have to find out why. I think it probably has something to do with me being... Nora Allen
: Gay? Barry Allen
: What? No... Nora Allen
: It's okay. I love you no matter what.
: So what did you wish for, big guy? Jay Allen
: I just wished for a little bit of my brother's brains. Barry Allen
: Hey, leave me out of this. You're not doing so bad for your own, Jay. Henry Allen
: Hell, 42 years old, commander of the motorcycle division. I think you're doing pretty damn well for yourself. Not to mention taking down that Conway and his hijacking crew. Jay Allen
: Actually, Dad, that was Barry and the Crime Lab boys who put us onto Conway. Henry Allen
: Sure, sure, lab boys are important. But real cops, you know, work the street facing the scum of the earth with nothing to back you up but... Jay Allen
, Barry Allen
, Henry Allen
: A gun, a badge and a prayer.
: Barry got into a fight. Henry Allen
: Oh, yeah? Nora Allen
: And he won. Henry Allen
: Ah, way to go, slugger. Oh, and uh, no more fighting.
[Barry is talking to the Speed Force using the likeness of his mother
] Barry Allen
: I miss you so much. Nora Allen
: What if I told you that she's proud of you? And that the man you've become? Barry Allen
: Who's telling me that... the Speed Force or my mother? Nora Allen