Arrow (2012– )
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Green Arrow 

A new enemy lures Oliver Queen back to Starling City and forces him to put on the hood once more.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Malcolm Merlyn (credit only)
Amanda Waller
Laura Hoffman
Officer Lopez
Adam Hoffman
A.R.G.U.S. Agent


A new enemy lures Oliver Queen back to Starling City and forces him to put on the hood once more.

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7 October 2015 (USA)  »

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Quentin Lance mentions that Star City should have a 'Flash Day', just like Central City, in an effort to draw more tourism, a direct reference to The Flash: The Man Who Saved Central City (2015), and once more aligning the two show's timelines. See more »


When Oliver is forced to do a HALO jump by ARGUS in order to infiltrate Lian Yu he has no oxygen. HALO jumps are made from altitudes of 25,000 feet and above and military personnel always use oxygen bottles when doing them. In reality Oliver would have lost consciousness shortly after exiting the plane. See more »


Thea Queen: So what are you gonna call yourself now? Everybody thinks Roy was the Arrow.
John Diggle: Well he won't need a code name if he's headed back to Ivy Town.
Oliver Queen: [looks at Felicity] Well I guess I need a code name. Felicity and I, we have missed this. We've missed all of you. And the city is far worse off than we thought.
Laurel Lance: What are you talking about?
Oliver Queen: The man leading the Ghosts is Damien Darhk.
Laurel Lance: Darhk left Star City months ago. Why would he come back?
John Diggle: Did Ra's tell you anything about Darhk that would give us any idea ...
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References The Flash: The Man Who Saved Central City (2015) See more »


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Below average
9 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

Arrow season 1 was Best. Realistic in-spite being a super hero themed show. Then came second season with new rules and changes. Good enough. Season 3 was haywire with everyone, almost every single one miraculously learning super human fighting skills. And how the fourth season stated,it will certainly push away so many fans. The fight scenes, hand to hand combat has suffered a major step back. The police are even more powerless and the dialogs just pass by without any punch. The worst is Diggle's Magneto look alike mask. There are something that are good. The new Green Arrow suit. Ending with Suspense. The season has so much potential.

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