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Time of Death 

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Oliver brings Sara into the Arrow team. Watching Oliver and Diggle spar with Sara and talk old scars, Felicity starts to feel left out. The team is investigating a villain named William ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Oliver Queen / The Arrow
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance
David Ramsey ... John Diggle
Willa Holland ... Thea Queen
Emily Bett Rickards ... Felicity Smoak
Colton Haynes ... Roy Harper
Manu Bennett ... Slade Wilson
Susanna Thompson ... Moira Queen
Paul Blackthorne ... Quentin Lance
Caity Lotz ... Sara Lance / The Canary
Bex Taylor-Klaus ... Sin
Robert Knepper ... William 'Clock King' Tockman
Russell Porter ... Sin's Father
Alex Kingston ... Dinah Lance
Curtis Caravaggio ... Walczak


Oliver brings Sara into the Arrow team. Watching Oliver and Diggle spar with Sara and talk old scars, Felicity starts to feel left out. The team is investigating a villain named William Tockman, a.k.a. The Clock King, who is a brilliant thief armed with technology that can open any bank vault in Starling City. After The Clock King infiltrates the computer systems in the lair, Felicity feels pressure to prove her worth. When she gets a lead on Tockman's whereabouts, she heads out without the team, putting her in peril. Meanwhile, Oliver throws Sara a welcome home party, but Laurel refuses to attend. After Lance makes his case for a family dinner, Laurel acquiesces, but when Oliver shows up with Sara, she loses her temper on both of them. Written by Salman Ali

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Release Date:

26 February 2014 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The Clock King suffers from MacGregor's Syndrome, a fictional disease previously mentioned in Batman & Robin (1997), another DC movie title. In that movie Alfred and Nora Fries suffered from the disease. He's getting money for his sister who is suffering from Cystic Fibrosis, although the chance of two siblings contracting 2 unrelated genetic diseases are not very high. See more »


In the US, publicly-traded stock (as Queen Consolidated is) cannot be liquidated for cash after market hours, at least not in such quantities. There is generally a three day settlement period for shares traded on a public exchange, although if both parties are willing, this period can be shortened. In addition, for an insider or an officer to sell shares of any quantity (and Oliver is both such), specific papers must be filed with the SEC. See more »


Sara Lance: Good, I can't take any more scars. Speaking of... mortar round?
John Diggle: Yeah, IED, the Paktika Province in Afghanistan. Good eye.
Sara Lance: I know my wounds. Grenade. Algiers.
Oliver Queen: I've never been hit by a grenade.
John Diggle: All those scars, you've never been hit by a grenade?
Oliver Queen: Arrow, knife, knife. A lot of bullets, no grenades.
Sara Lance: I've got myself a new bullet. Nine millimeter, right there... 38. I'm mostly swords and a spear.
Felicity Smoak: Well, I have a scar. It's in my mouth. I had my wisdom teeth removed when I was 16.
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Great episode!
28 February 2014 | by mathewmozaffariSee all my reviews

After waiting for 2 weeks (I think), we got a great episode. There was so much character development in this episode it was crazy (not going to spoil anything, but we learned more about characters). The villain in this episode was pretty good, especially because a certain actor played him very well. Honestly, this episode stood out because of its cliffhanger ending which left me in shock and through the marvellous character development. I also really liked how we got each major and minor character to appear in the episode, it made the episode better. Arguably one of the best episodes of Arrow. I recommend you to watch this episode as soon as possible.

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