Arrow (2012– )
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Living Proof 

Oliver finds himself in a precarious position; S.C.P.D. shows up with a warrant for Felicity.


Gordon Verheul


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

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Episode complete credited cast:
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
Sea Shimooka ... Emiko Queen
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance (as Katie Cassidy Rodgers) (credit only)
Colin Donnell ... Tommy Merlyn
Katherine McNamara ... Maya
Ben Lewis ... Adult William Clayton
Kacey Rohl ... Alena
Raj Paul ... Keven Dale
Danny Wattley ... Sergeant Bingsley
Wolsey Brooks ... OMAC #1


Oliver finds himself in a precarious position; S.C.P.D. shows up with a warrant for Felicity.

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6 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Just like all the penultimate episodes in the previous seasons, the title off this episode shares the name of a Bruce Springsteen song or album. See more »


Oliver Queen: Emiko, stop! Don't make me do this.
Emiko Queen: You are supposed to be dead, but this will be even better. You can watch me burn your city to the ground.
Oliver Queen: Haven't you seen enough death? Your mother, our father. I want you to be better than him. I want you to help me - help me end our family's cycle of violence.
Emiko Queen: We are not family. Do it. Kill me.
Oliver Queen: No.
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7 May 2019 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

In the good seasons of Arrow, the penultimate episode has been among the shows best. I think back to season 1's Darkness on the Edge of Town, season 2's Streets of Fire, and season 5's Missing. It's always the episode that sets up the inevitable battle for Star City which used to claim the lives of a main character. That tactic is no more, as the show has spent more time trying to expand the cast, than expand on the characters already existing.

Alas, this year's penultimate episode was... just ....fine? I never found myself invested or paying close attention like I used to be, but it's not like I was telling at the screen with anger either. It's been more apathy of late. Who really cares anymore?

We spent almost the entire episode inside a broken building, as Oliver and the team tried to make their way out. Or course, in typical Arrow fashion, they used Tommy has a hallucination for Oliver/plot device. Basically to manipulate the audience a few times, only for it all to be a dream sequence. Some things will never change. That's all I got. Get me to the finale.


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