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Flutterina is the third episode of Season Four and twenty-ninth episode overall of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. It was released on Netflix with the rest of the fourth season on November 5th, 2019.
Catra awakens from nightmares about her betrayals and mistakes, scratching a nearby Emily in anger. She then sends Double Trouble to once again impersonate herself, fooling Hordak. Impressed by the deception, Hordak allowed Catra to implement a plan to send Double Trouble as a spy to The Rebellion.
Meanwhile, Bow, Adora, and Swift Wind had just finished liberating Elberon, who proceed to throw a party for them in gratitude. There Flutterina introduces herself to Adora, claiming to be a huge fan of hers, and Adora and Bow decide to enjoy the party. Later, a Horde robot is spotted by Elberon scouts, so Adora and Swift Wind set out to destroy it, convincing the townspeople not to retreat.
After defeating the regenerative robot, Adora returned to discover the entire town gone, kidnapped by Horde soldiers who attacked immediately after Adora left for the decoy robot. Flutterina, who was still there and unmolested, asks to accompany Adora and help. Adora agrees and sets out to free the townspeople.
At a nearby Horde outpost, Catra is preparing for Adora's arrival (excluding Scorpia from the plan). Flutterina comes up with a plan to enter the base with Adora even as Bow manages to escape confinement, but Adora gets caught in an electrical trap set by Catra. Flutterina once again proves useful by pointing out a nearby tank to Bow, who uses it to distract the robots long enough for Adora to free herself and drive Catra away. Adora then inducts Flutterina into The Rebellion.
Catra then returns to the Fright Zone with Scorpia, spurning her reassurances and declaring that they are not friends. Meanwhile, Flutterina accompanied Adora and Bow to Bright Moon, and it is revealed that Flutterina is actually Double Trouble in disguise.
Artifacts and tech
- The electrical trap that enclosed Adora and Swift Wind was inspired by Catra's torture at the hands of Shadow Weaver in the Season Three episode, "Moment of Truth". Catra claimed to have gotten the idea for the trap from it.
- This is the only direct interaction between Catra and Adora this entire season.