Arrow (2012– )
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An Innocent Man 

Peter Declan has been charged with murdering his wife, and only Oliver believes he's innocent. Arrow asks Laurel to look into Declan's case. Meanwhile, Walter investigates a warehouse that Moira mysteriously bought with the company's money.

Director:

Vincent Misiano (as Vince Misiano)

Writers:

Greg Berlanti (developed by), Marc Guggenheim (developed by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Oliver Queen / The Hood
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance
Colin Donnell ... Tommy Merlyn (credit only)
David Ramsey ... John Diggle
Willa Holland ... Thea Queen
Susanna Thompson ... Moira Queen
Paul Blackthorne ... Quentin Lance
Colin Salmon ... Walter Steele
Byron Mann ... Yao Fei Gulong
Roger Cross ... Detective Lucas Hilton
Annie Ilonzeh ... Joanna de la Vega
T.J. Ramini ... Jason Brodeur (as TJ Ramini)
Lane Edwards ... Peter Declan
Kirby Morrow ... Matt Istook
William Vaughan ... Rob Scott (as William C. Vaughan)
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Storyline

Oliver realizes that the impending execution of Peter Declan for the murder of his wife is a judicial error, her employer Jason Brodeur being on father Queen's list of dirty tycoons. In disguise, Oliver tries the legal way with Laurel Lance, but that only proves to both vigilante methods are occasionally the only option. Under duress, Jason's henchman Matt Istook reveals that he even ordered Peter's 'early execution' in prison, so the Green Arrow must infiltrate there, which puts detective inspector Quentin Lance on his trail. Oliver also shakes his new body guard and recruits the previous, Afghanistan veteran John Diggle, as Green Arrow's aid. A huge 'accounting error' puts Walter on the trail of Moira's secret holdings and part in the shipwreck. Written by KGF Vissers

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Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 2012 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?

Trivia

John Barrowman first appeared in Arrow: Honor Thy Father (2012) but was uncredited, largely hidden. This is his first credited and open appearance. See more »

Goofs

When the train approaches the signal light on the track turns green in the direction of the oncoming train. The signal should be red in indicating the track is not clear in that direction. See more »

Quotes

Laurel Lance: I didn't become a lawyer to break the law or hurt anybody.
Arrow: I do what's necessary, what people like Peter Declan need.
Laurel Lance: If what you're doing isn't wrong, then why are you hiding your face with a hood?
Arrow: To protect the ones I care about.
Laurel Lance: That sounds lonely.
Arrow: It can be. But not today.
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Soundtracks

Sparkly
(uncredited)
Performed by Young Magic
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Not far from innocent

The first three episodes did a great job in establishing the premise of the show. A rich spoiled boy who got stranded on an island turns into a hero and tries to fight businessmen who are trying to destroy the city he loves seemed kind of uninspiring, but this episode shows that there's more to it than just that. It continues to give some more character depth to not only Oliver Queen, but the other side characters as well including John Diggle and Tommy Merlyn, who might turn out more interesting in the later episodes. And the writing continues to be strong and the characters still remain as relatable as possible especially with the relationships between Oliver and John and Tommy. The combination of action, mystery, and drama continues to be fresh and the pacing never fails to amuse me. The directing is top notch, the cinematography continues to be riveting, and the music score continues to be solid. So, overall, An Innocent Man is a great continuation and proves there's more to come in the future for the first season. Thumbs up :)


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