When Frank Bertinelli is arrested, Oliver knows it's only a matter of time before his daughter, Helena, AKA The Huntress, returns to town. To make matters worse, Laurel is picked to try Frank's case, putting her right in the path of Helena. Oliver tells Sara he will handle his ex-girlfriend, but when Helena takes hostages at the courthouse, including Laurel, the Canary will stop at nothing to save her sister. When The Huntress and Canary meet, an epic battle begins. Meanwhile, Roy realizes he needs to keep Thea safe, but doesn't like the way he is forced to go about it.
John Behring directed the episode written by Mark Bemesderfer & A.C. Bradley.
Did You Know?
Early in the story, when team Arrow intercepts Helena's car, Roy is enraged at the driver for shooting him in the hand. To get Roy's attention, Oliver calls Roy 'Speedy,' which in the show is Thea's nickname. Speedy is Roy's nickname in the original comic book. They later discuss it and Roy expressed displeasure at the possibility of Speedy being his new nickname. See more
After Oliver passes out during his torture session, his head remains upright rather than lolling onto his chest. See more
Well, this is irony for you, Dad. Didn't you have Jimmy D'Agostino's body buried under the building next door?
I'm sorry, my girl.
Now you're about to die, I'm sure you are.
No. I'm sorry for taking that little girl I used to take to ballet class. Go on ski trips with. The one I used to help with math homework. Oh, she hated math. Sorry that I caused her so much hurt. 'Cause she brought me so much joy.
Helena! Don't kill him. You can never come back from that.
It's too late. I'm already gone. ...
Performed by Adriiana See more