Arrow (2012– )
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Lone Gunmen 

A mysterious sniper called Deadshot is taking out bidders at an auction for an industry company. The bidders include Oliver's stepfather, Walter Steele.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Laurel Lance
Walter Steele
Yao Fei Gulong
Detective Lucas Hilton
Joanna de la Vega
Alexi Leonov
Tobias Slezak ...
James Holder
Business Suit
Marrett Green ...
TV Field Reporter


Oliver's next target is businessman James Holder who manufactured sub-standard smoke detectors leading to many deaths. He's barely had the chance to confront him when a rooftop sniper kills the man. Oliver's research shows that the assassin is known to INTERPOL but they have no photo of him and is known only by the code name Dead Shot. Some think the killing it's the work of the Arrow the assassin's next target, he realizes he will need help. Thea gets into trouble with the police after a drunken spree with her friends. Oliver thinks his mother should take a tougher stance with her. In flashbacks, we learn who shot Oliver on the island. Written by garykmcd

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Release Date:

24 October 2012 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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John Diggle: So how was your evening, sir?
Oliver Queen: You mean after I said I had to go the bathroom at dinner and never came back?
John Diggle: I guess from now on I'll be watching you pee.
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References Batman (1989) See more »


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Lone Gunmen shot the right amount of great bullets

Lone Gunmen proved to be another great episode especially for a third episode in the first season. Seriously, this show does have the potential to be even better than I realize. My only quibble is that some parts of the story felt a bit too similar ( which I'm not gonna spoil), but everything else is great.

The writing continues to be strong, the characters continue to get even more interesting as their relationships still being engaging, the action sequences are well done, the music score is solid, the new villain Deadshot is great as did the actor's portrayal of said character. Looks like this episode shot the right amount of great bullets. So overall, another great episode. :)

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