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After learning the incarcerated meta-humans are in danger, The Flash looks to transfer them to Oliver's Supermax on Lian Yu with the help of Captain Cold, much to the dismay of his team. The Arrow and [[Ronald Raymond (Arrowverse)|Firest

Quote1 I mean, whatever Mardon and Nimbus and Shawna did, they're human beings and you knew letting Wells use them as pawns was wrong. You know the difference between right and wrong and you weren't willing to blur the lines between the two. That's what kind of many you are and that's what makes you different than the Arrow. So, please no more walks on the dark side. Quote2
Joe West


Rogue Air is an episode of season 1 of The Flash. It premiered on May 12, 2015.

Synopsis for "Rogue Air"

After learning the incarcerated meta-humans are in danger, The Flash looks to transfer them to Oliver's Supermax on Lian Yu with the help of Captain Cold, much to the dismay of his team. The Arrow and Firestorm arrive in time to aid The Flash in a fight against the Reverse Flash.

Appearing in "Rogue Air"

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  • A.R.G.U.S. Airplane (Destroyed)
  • Leonard Snart's Motorcycle (Single appearance)

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Notes

  • This episode takes place between the Arrow episodes, "The Fallen" and "Al Sah-him".
    • Barry Allen's story is continued in the Arrow Season 3 finale, "My Name Is Oliver Queen" whose first scenes take place before the events of The Flash Season 1 finale, "Fast Enough".
  • According to Eobard Thawne, in the original timeline of Earth-1, Oliver Queen died aged 86 (in 2071).

Trivia

  • "Chapter Ten" is The Chronicles of Cisco post regarding this episode.[1]
  • Deathbolt first appeared in the Arrow episode, "Broken Arrow".
  • At Ferris Air, Barry mentions they closed down because of a test pilot that went missing. This is a reference to Harold "Hal" Jordan.
    • The Arrowverse counterpart of Hal Jordan makes a cameo in a flashback from the Arrow episode, "Green Arrow", which takes place in 2010 before his disappearance.
    • It will never be confirmed if, after his disappearance, Jordan became a Green Lantern like in the comics.


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