The Flash (2014– )
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Gone Rogue 

Barry continues to struggle with his feelings over Nora's betrayal; Brie Larvan, Joss Jackam and Peter Merkel return to Central City; Cisco makes a bold decision.


Kristin Windell


Greg Berlanti (developed by), Andrew Kreisberg (developed by) | 8 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Grant Gustin ... Barry Allen / The Flash
Candice Patton ... Iris West-Allen
Danielle Panabaker ... Caitlin Snow / Killer Frost
Carlos Valdes ... Cisco Ramon
Hartley Sawyer ... Ralph Dibny
Danielle Nicolet ... Cecile Horton
Jessica Parker Kennedy ... Nora West-Allen / XS
Chris Klein ... Cicada
Tom Cavanagh ... Sherloque Wells
Jesse L. Martin ... Joe West
Sarah Carter ... Grace Gibbons / Cicada
Emily Kinney ... Brie Larvan / Bug-Eyed Bandit
Reina Hardesty ... Joss Mardon / Weather Witch
Troy James ... Peter Merkel / Rag Doll
Phil LaMarr ... Rag Doll (voice)


Barry continues to struggle with his feelings over Nora's betrayal; Brie Larvan, Joss Jackam and Peter Merkel return to Central City; Cisco makes a bold decision.

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The eighth episode with "Rogue" in the title, it's the first to not feature Wentworth Miller (Leonard Snart/Leo Snart) in any capacity. See more »


Cisco refers to Team Flash's (previously DeVoe's) four satellites as Carrie, Charlotte, Miranda, and Samantha. However, in All Doll'd Up (2018) when he first hacked into these satellites, he'd named them Hal, Data, Robbie, and Colossus, It's highly possible he renamed them once they got fixed. See more »


Iris West-Allen: When I saw Nora in 2049, she was so upset and so angry, but she knew that I wanted to bring her back. Then she comes back to this time and... and she doesn't even come home? I mean, even if she's mad at Barry or she wanted some kind of sci-fi weapon...
Cecile Horton: Then why didn't she just come to the rest of us for help?
Iris West-Allen: There's gotta be a good reason. I know it.
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References Sex and the City (1998) See more »

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1 May 2019 | by breathedirtSee all my reviews

Only two more episodes left and this hyped me as much for the last ones as the first season of Cloak & Dagger for its second season. The majority of screen time is devoted to teen female "villains" (well, we have female power in The Flash and Arrow, LGBT in Legends - those are nice agendas you've got there, CW) who are completely boring. The rest of the screen time was practically filled with the Barry-Iris drama where henpecked Barry first expressed his reasonable suspicions about Thawne's involvement in Nora's life only to apologize for them later. You cannot fool us, CW. You can put here as many 10/10 reviews as you like but you're not going to change the huge decline in the number of viewers (the actual reflection of reality). I suggest you get rid of feminism/LGBT and people who want to include them forcefully in your TV shows and go back to what made your views go up.

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30 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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