As Barry Allen stands on the threshold of his impending death in Crisis, his convictions are tested when the monstrous Dr. Ramsey Rosso infects The Flash with a mysterious, hallucinogenic contagion. Meanwhile, reporter Iris West-Allen uncovers a vast conspiracy.
Did You Know?
This is the first episode of Flash to end in a "To Be Continued", without being part of a crossover. This is also the third multiple-part episode of the Arrowverse (outside of crossovers), after DC's Legends of Tomorrow
(2016)'s "Pilot, Part 1" and "Pilot, Part 2". See more
When Frost, attempting to counter Barry's raging, life-threatening fever, infects him with "10 ccs of naproxen sodium", she is basically giving him an Aleve, which would have no effect on a fever. Aleve, or its prescription form Anaprox, is a muscle relaxant. See more
[writing article on the Flash's death
My name Is Iris West-Allen and I once met a young man, a superhero who I called the Streak. The world has come to know him as the Fastest Man Alive, the Scarlet Speedster, the Flash. But no matter what title you choose for him, he'll always be remembered as the protector of our amazing city and it's citizens, as a beacon of hope for us all, and as the man who sacrificed himself again and again so we could live. Today we say goodbye to him. Today we say ...