Arrow (2012–2020)
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The growing tension between Oliver and Diggle puts both their lives at risk when they go after Damien Darhk and a H.I.V.E. deployed meta-human. Meanwhile, Laurel talks Thea into returning ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance
David Ramsey ... John Diggle / Spartan
Willa Holland ... Thea Queen
Emily Bett Rickards ... Felicity Smoak
John Barrowman ... Malcolm Merlyn
Paul Blackthorne ... Quentin Lance (credit only)
Neal McDonough ... Damien Darhk
Caity Lotz ... Sara Lance
Katrina Law ... Nyssa al Ghul
Echo Kellum ... Curtis Holt
Elysia Rotaru ... Taiana Venediktov
Ryan Robbins ... Conklin
JR Bourne ... Jeremy 'Double Down' Tell
Carmen Moore ... Mina Fayad


The growing tension between Oliver and Diggle puts both their lives at risk when they go after Damien Darhk and a H.I.V.E. deployed meta-human. Meanwhile, Laurel talks Thea into returning to Nanda Parbat to ask her father to put Sara into the Lazarus Pit. However, Laurel is surprised when Nyssa refuses to do it.

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Neal McDonough and JR Bourne, who play Damien Darhk and Double Down, respectively, have each appeared on Suits (2011), as a lawyer and a client, respectively. See more »


Holt's observation about Felicity's name is not an example of irony, which is defined by an action producing the opposite of its intended effect. An appropriate example of irony would be that such a mistake arises during a lesson about language. See more »


Curtis Holt: You want me to take a look at your phone for you, Miss Smoak?
Felicity Smoak: I think we've reached the point in our working relationship where you can call me Felicity.
Curtis Holt: Have you ever considered how ironic your name is? "Felicity" refers to the ability to find appropriate expression for one's thoughts, which is not exactly something you're particularly good at.
Felicity Smoak: Yeah, you're right. Let's stick with Miss Smoak.
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References Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) See more »


Arrow End Theme
Written by Blake Neely
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yes, it's true... Arrow is not good anymore...
21 October 2015 | by mgamble9See all my reviews

The toughness and hard edge of Arrow himself seems to be missing and Stephen Amell is trying too hard. His work as the sensitive caring Oliver Queen with his ladies and buddies is OK but he just doesn't seem badass anymore like he was in S1. The dialog remains childish as it was in S3. The fight choreography seems marginally better but that is not saying much. Diggle doesn't even look like he wants to be there. He blows guys away every episode while Oliver and the rest of the "superheroes" usually only bludgeon the baddies. Then Oliver gives Thea crap for being too aggressive? There are so many inconsistencies. By the end of last season the highlight of an episode was the "canary scream" which always made us LOL. Seems to be the case here now too. Just not a good show anymore. I'll probably watch the rest of the season because I'm like that but I think I'm going to video my "hateful" reactions and post them on youtube as revenge against lousy writing.

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Release Date:

21 October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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