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Still in prison, Oliver faces his biggest challenge yet. Meanwhile, Felicity gets an intriguing offer, and Diggle asks Curtis to go undercover for ARGUS.

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Gordon Verheul

Writers:

Greg Berlanti (developed by), Marc Guggenheim (developed by) | 8 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Oliver Queen
David Ramsey ... John Diggle
Emily Bett Rickards ... Felicity Smoak
Echo Kellum ... Curtis Holt
Rick Gonzalez ... Rene Ramirez
Juliana Harkavy ... Dinah Drake
Colton Haynes ... Roy Harper / Arsenal (credit only)
Kirk Acevedo ... Ricardo Diaz
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance (credit only)
Michael Jai White ... Ben Turner
Vinnie Jones ... Danny 'Brick' Brickwell
Audrey Marie Anderson ... Lyla Michaels
Cody Runnels ... Derek Sampson
Sydelle Noel ... Samanda Watson
Brendan Fletcher ... Stanley
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Still in prison, Oliver faces his biggest challenge yet. Meanwhile, Felicity gets an intriguing offer, and Diggle asks Curtis to go undercover for ARGUS.

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TV-14

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Language:

English

Release Date:

29 October 2018 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

As John and Lyla made their way to the bank, Curtis jokingly asked them to get a toaster. This is in reference to the fact of the old practice of banks giving free toasters to new customers. Banks have long since stopped this practice. See more »

Goofs

Oliver very clearly dislocates Sampson's left arm during their fight, but at the end it's his right arm that's in a sling. See more »

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References Jerry Maguire (1996) See more »

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The Descent of 4587
31 October 2018 | by highmarksreviewsSee all my reviews

I'm really enjoying Arrow's seventh season thus far. There's an added level of suspense, darkness and intelligence that hasn't been felt in quite a while, and that is a very good thing indeed. "Crossing Lines" gives me no reason for worry. The writers finally managed to find their focus, breaking down the episode into three larger stories. And while, yes, one was clearly above all others, each contributed in some meaningful way. Lyla (Audrey Marie Anderson) and Diggle (David Ramsey) had probably the weakest arc entertainment wise. While their plot meandered a little, it made room for some surprising character development for the two, which was a welcome shake-up. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) and the FBI's attempts to thwart Diaz's (Kirk Acevedo) operations were fun to watch, especially since the Longbow Hunters were thrown in to the mix. Diaz, after this episode, might be a little more interesting than before, but he still has much to prove in terms of strength and fighting prowess. Oliver (Stephen Amell), had a very grim time in prison, as evidenced by some brutal, rather bloody brawls in the cell blocks. The added fact that he is now going to explore another side of Slabside has me very curious. All in all, "Crossing Lines" proves that season seven can work with more than one story on its hands, as long as they are relevant in some way. Even so, it's hard to deny the fact that Ollie's prison ordeal, is probably the most fun to watch.


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