Arrow (2012– )
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Team Arrow attempts to work with the Star City Police Department but much to Oliver's frustration, things don't go as planned. Meanwhile, Dinah gets some life-changing news.


Ruba Nadda


Greg Berlanti (developed by), Marc Guggenheim (developed by) | 6 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Oliver Queen / Green Arrow
David Ramsey ... John Diggle / Spartan
Emily Bett Rickards ... Felicity Smoak
Rick Gonzalez ... Rene Ramirez / Wild Dog
Juliana Harkavy ... Dinah Drake / Black Canary
Colton Haynes ... Roy Harper / Arsenal (credit only)
Sea Shimooka ... Emiko Queen
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance (as Katie Cassidy Rodgers)
Michael Jai White ... Ben Turner
Katherine McNamara ... Mia Smoak
Ben Lewis ... Adult William Clayton
Andrew Kavadas ... James Midas
Laara Sadiq ... Mayor Emily Pollard
Danny Wattley ... Sergeant Bingsley
Shayan Bayat Shayan Bayat ... Senior Officer #1


Team Arrow attempts to work with the Star City Police Department but much to Oliver's frustration, things don't go as planned. Meanwhile, Dinah gets some life-changing news.

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11 March 2019 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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The coordinates that Felicity says at the end in real life correspond to the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, WA See more »


Sergeant Bingsley: Wearing the uniform of an SCPD officer is an honor. It isn't just a uniform. It's a symbol of the law, of justice, of transparency.
Dinah Drake: Thank you, Sergeant Bingsley. Any questions? Rene.
Rene Ramirez: He does know we have our own uniforms, right?
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References Face/Off (1997) See more »

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Thank god, u(writers) ended diaz....but i don't expect Arrow stops in this year
13 March 2019 | by ShidoLinSee all my reviews

Actually 13 episodes is a very healthy and easy and exciting mode to all people around brings less risk to CW network; it's easy to be producted good, less pressure and less work but doesn't mean less income to producers writers and actors, because when the rating is huge the brand is golden, god know what comes around; and to us (audience), we definitely just want a show to be compact and full of orgasms....22 episodes is like a mode from 19 century like some cartoon hero She-Ra, BraveStarr, every episode tells an independent story about love or trust or some morals for kids, but we (audience who watch adult project) r not kids....sometimes i really feel this mode is kinda childish and it only exists on CW now (espicially Supernatural), no other networks run this mode now, it is out of our tastes....i think DC TV universe is not supposed to lose any hero when DC movie universe is growing, and frankly DC movie universe brought the most advanced mode, i think 13 episodes for each 1 of them (supergirl to legends) can boost the brand of DC TV universe, every year it ends before christmas, also short works for actors so they can have more time to do more projects, not stuck on 1 project with audience complaints, i mean....if i am an actor....i spend all my time on 1 project and it bums and i can't c my future and my character is locked, i will feel i'm falling and i can't let it happen so i must quit....

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