Lyla asks Diggle to go on a mission alongside the Suicide Squad, a team assembled by Amanda Waller to undertake high-risk missions, even though the team includes Diggle's nemesis, Deadshot, and Oliver's enemy, Bronze Tiger.

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Lyla asks Diggle to go on a mission alongside the Suicide Squad, a team assembled by Amanda Waller to undertake high-risk missions, even though the team includes Diggle's nemesis, Deadshot, and Oliver's enemy, Bronze Tiger.

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This episode features a version of the Suicide Squad. A film version of Suicide Squad will be released in August 2016. It's interesting to note that all the TV series' based on DC comics don't seem to exist in the same universe as all of the films based on DC comics. See more »

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The UAV, which is referred as Nine by Michaels, actually isn't MQ-9 Predator. Predator was only the name for the prototype MQ-9 version until it was officially renamed into MQ-9 Reaper, when it got into service in US Air Force. In the episode it's shown with the jet engine but the real counterpart has a three bladed propeller. See more »

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John Diggle: Save a man's life once, get a silver star. Save it twice, bring a tux.
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References Batman: The Animated Series (1992) See more »

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"Do you cuties need some counseling? I'm a trained therapist!"
20 March 2014 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

One of my favourite but heavily underutilized characters in Arrow is none other than Ollie's right hand man, Diggle. And this episode focused more on Diggle and the Suicide Squad, and I was digging it (I know, terrible). I really enjoyed this episode, as more characters were introduced, more references of the DC Universe world were, referenced, as well as a quick snap shot cameo of a well known character (ahem, HQ!!!) and Diggle was heavily utilized, unlike "Keep Your Enemies Closer" from last year.

*Dialogue: Good (At times cheesy) *Pacing: Excellent *Action: Excellent *Drama: Very Good *Story: Excellent

As you can see, I loved this episode because simply, Diggle got to lead the way. But don't worry, Ollie is evident throughout the episode. The final showdown was very entertaining. Get ready for a big finale this season.

Episode rating: 11/10 (Why the hell not, Diggle is awesome!)


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