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The Title for the Final Flash/Arrow Crossover is Finally Revealed, Courtesy of Stephen Amell

Arrow Star Stephen Amell reveals the title for The Flash Season 9, Episode 9 which promises a last crossover between Barry and Oliver.

Arrow actor Stephen Amell has revealed the title of the next episode of the ninth and final season of The Flash that promises one last crossover between Green Arrow/Oliver Queen (Amell) as well as Barry Allen/The Flash (Grant Gustin).

Amell posted a picture of the title screen of The Flash Season 9 Episode 9. The screen revealed that the episode’s subtitle is “It’s my Party and I’ll die If I want to.” This title is a reference to pop star Lesley Gore’s 1963 hit song “It’s My Party,” which was released on her debut album I’ll Cry If I Would Like.

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In a separate posting, Amell also shared what appears to be a bit of Oliver’s dialogue from a forthcoming crossover episode. “Ok… Ok… Ok, Barry… Barry let go… BARRY LET GO!!!” This tweet can be found below. “It’s My Party And I’ll Die If I Would Like to” is directed by Danielle Panabaker from a script written by Sam Chalsen and Emily Palizzi.

The Flash’s Final Run Continues

The Flash Season 9 aired six out of 13 episodes at the time of the writing. Episode 7 “Wildest Dreams” will premiere on Wednesday 29 March. Before the premiere of the season, however, it was confirmed that Amell would be reprising the role of Oliver Queen/Green Arrow even though Oliver was killed in the last season of Arrow just a few years ago. In any case, the return of Amell seems poetic given the fact that The Flash Season 9 is not just the finale of the show as a whole, but also effectively wraps up the Arrowverse in its entirety.

Related: Arrow’s Events Will Not Change if Flash’s Oliver Queen Return

The Flashinitial premiered on The CW in 2014. The show was spun off of the events of ArrowSeason 2. When all was completed, Arrowran for an entire eight seasons before ending in January 2020. The Flash has now beaten Arrow by a season. But, the Scarlet Speedster’s single show continues to make an effort to honor its roots.

The CW airs new episodes of The Flash Season 9 on Wednesdays.

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