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When presumed-dead billionaire playboy Oliver Queen returns home to Starling City after five years stranded on a remote island in the Pacific, he hides the ways the experience has changed him. As he reconnects with those closest to him, including his sister, Thea, Oliver appears to be the same wealthy, carefree bachelor they’ve always known.

However, at night, flanked by his devoted friend, Diggle, Oliver uses his secret persona — that of a vigilante — to right societal wrongs and transform the city to its former glory.


  • Official Sites: CWTV.com | Official Facebook Page
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Release Date: 10 October 2012
  • Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Show Status: Returning Series (Renewed for Season 6)


  • Stephen Amell as Oliver Queen / Arrow
  • David Ramsey as John Diggle
  • Willa Holland as Thea Queen
  • Paul Blackthorne as Quentin Lance
  • Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak
  • Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance
  • John Barrowman as Malcolm Merlyn
  • Colton Haynes as Roy Harper
  • Caity Lotz as Sara Lance



Arrow – Season 1, Episode 1 – Pilot
Billionaire playboy Oliver Queen, missing and presumed dead after a shipwreck that claimed the life of his father, Robert, is discovered alive after five years on a remote Pacific island. He is welcomed home to Starling City by his mother Moira, stepfather Walter Steele, younger sister Thea, and best friend Tommy Merlyn, but they sense he has changed. Moira assigns John Diggle as Oliver’s bodyguard. Oliver hides the truth about the man he has become, and tries to reconcile with his former girlfriend, Laurel, whom he cheated on with her sister Sara (who died in the shipwreck). While reconnecting with those closest to him, by night Oliver secretly masquerades as a hooded vigilante archer, attempting to fulfill his dying father’s entreaty: to right the wrongs of his family. Oliver’s first goal is to take down corrupt millionaire Adam Hunt, who has scammed millions from various people in the city. Laurel’s father, police detective Quentin Lance, becomes determined to arrest the vigilante. Meanwhile, it is revealed Oliver’s mother has an agenda at odds with her son, having orchestrated a kidnapping to determine what Robert told him after the shipwreck.
First aired – 10 October 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 2 – Honor Thy Father
Laurel brings a civil suit against millionaire Martin Somers, who is also one of Oliver’s targets, for taking part in drug trades with the Triad that ultimately led to the death of a young woman’s father. As the vigilante, Oliver threatens Somers to make him confess to the murder as penance for all of the wrongs he has done to the city. Instead, Somers contacts the Triad, who send the assassin Chien Na Wei to kill Laurel. Oliver saves Laurel from Chien; he later obtains Somers’ confession and gives an audio recording of it to Quentin. Meanwhile, Moira and Walter push Oliver to take a position at the company. Oliver stymies their efforts by using the opening of the company’s new applied sciences division to publicly opt out of the position, knowing that he cannot simultaneously honor Robert’s request to fight for the city and be the man Moira wants him to be. She is revealed to be conspiring with a man affiliated with a symbol that exists in Robert’s book possessed by Oliver. A flashback to Oliver’s time on the island shows him being attacked by an unknown hooded figure wielding a bow and arrow.
First aired – 17 October 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 3 – Lone Gunmen
Oliver tracks down another millionaire from his list, before the latter is killed by an assassin known as Deadshot. Oliver decides to build a new dance club above his hideout as a cover for his nighttime disappearances. While comparing the competition, he finds Thea, who reveals that Laurel and Merlyn had been involved during Oliver’s absence. Laurel becomes suspicious when Oliver does not react to it, and concludes he already knew. She and Merlyn start dating again. Meanwhile, Oliver uses the assassin’s M.O. to learn his true identity, Floyd Lawton, and his assignment to kill businessmen including Walter at an auction. As the vigilante, he enlists the help of Quentin to prevent Lawton’s plan. Oliver succeeds, apparently killing Lawton in the process, but Diggle is shot during the fight. In order to save Diggle’s life, Oliver is forced to reveal his dual identity to him. Flashbacks reveal that the Asian archer who attacked Oliver was actually trying to help him; Oliver misunderstands and escapes; and is revealed to be pursued by an unknown group of armed men.
First aired – 24 October 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 4 – An Innocent Man
Oliver offers Diggle a chance to fight at his side and help the city, which the latter refuses. Later, Oliver discovers a connection between Peter Declan, a death row inmate, and Jason Brodeur, one of the men on his list. As the vigilante, he enlists the help of Laurel to prove Declan’s innocence. Working together, the pair uncovers the truth, but Brodeur has his mercenaries stage a prison riot so that they can have Laurel and Declan killed before the truth is revealed. Oliver sneaks into the prison dressed as a guard and saves the two, with her realizing that the vigilante is merciless. Declan is exonerated while Brodeur is arrested. Diggle meets with Oliver and agrees to work with him so that he can both protect the city and protect Oliver from losing his humanity. Quentin arrests Oliver on suspicion of being the vigilante. Meanwhile, Walter discovers that Moira has been keeping the salvaged and sabotaged family yacht hidden in a warehouse. Flashbacks show that the archer forced Oliver to kill a bird for food, making it the latter’s first kill. He was also taught to forget Laurel.
First aired – 31 October 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 5 – Damaged
Oliver hires Laurel as his attorney and his bail is accepted. Given Oliver’s time on the island, the District Attorney offers an insanity plea with indefinite treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in a psychiatric facility. Oliver declines, instead offering to take a polygraph test to prove his innocence, which he passes. While remanded under house arrest, Oliver throws a prison-themed party, maintaining his bachelor playboy facade. He has Diggle pose as the vigilante and stop a German arms dealer who is in the city to sell automatic weapons to the city’s gangs. The plan works and the charges are dropped after Quentin kills a man who was sent by Moira’s co-conspirator to kill Oliver. However, Laurel begins to suspect Oliver. Moira threatens her associate to stay away from her family. Walter leaves the house after confronting Moira on her lies. Flashbacks show Oliver caught and tortured by the armed men, led by Edward Fyers, for the location of the archer, who is revealed to be a former military officer, before being saved by the latter.
First aired – 7 November 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 6 – Legacies
Oliver begins preparing to attack another individual from the list, but Diggle argues that he should expand his work and help the police stop a group of bank robbers. Oliver initially refuses, believing that it detracts from his mission to right Robert’s wrongs, but agrees finally. The former deduces that the robbers are actually a family unit, and that the leader Derek Reston worked for Queen Industries before Robert outsourced 1500 jobs to China and the Reston family lost their home as a result. Feeling guilty, Oliver tries to persuade Derek to right his own wrongs, but learns that the family are going to rob another bank. During Oliver’s confrontation, Derek is fatally shot. Meanwhile, Merlyn throws Laurel a fundraiser to support her law firm, CNRI, hoping to prove his love for her that way. Oliver and Moira manage to regain their emotional connection. Flashbacks show Oliver having a dream of Robert blaming him for his idleness and reveal how Oliver first discovered the target names in his father’s notebook.
First aired – 14 November 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 7 – Muse of Fire
Moira is almost shot by a mysterious assailant who was attempting to assassinate an associate of mob boss Frank Bertinelli. Oliver attempts to infiltrate Frank’s business to discover the identity of the attacker. Frank blames Chien and the Triad gang for the murders of his people. Oliver learns that the attacker is Helena Bertinelli, Frank’s daughter, with whom the former had just been on a date. Helena reveals that she is looking for revenge against her father, who she blames for the murder of her fiancé, who according to Frank was gathering evidence against him to give FBI. Helena and Oliver are abducted by Frank’s right-hand man, Nick Salvati, in connection to the deaths; she reveals that she was the one gathering evidence and kills Salvati after learning he was the one who killed her fiancé. She also deduces Oliver’s identity as the vigilante after witnessing him fight Frank’s henchmen. In the end, Helena and Oliver share a kiss. Meanwhile, Tommy is cut off financially by his father, Malcolm, who is revealed to be Moira’s co-conspirator. Laurel sticks with him, stating that she does not want him for money. Walter returns home.
First aired – 28 November 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 8 – Vendetta
Oliver decides to teach Helena that there is justice outside of revenge after witnessing her try to kill the head of the Triad. Diggle expresses his disapproval, but to no avail. She dresses as a purple vigilante and the duo has another man from the list arrested. Helena starts to buy into the idea, but leaves him after finding out that Laurel was his former girlfriend and believing that they are still together. Helena goes after the Triad, killing their leader. As a result, Chien and her men go after Frank, believing him to be responsible, but Oliver gets there in time to stop them. Oliver also stops Helena from killing Frank, who is arrested; and she threatens to reveal his identity if he tries to come after her in the future. Meanwhile, Tommy finally tells Oliver about Malcolm’s action and asks for a job at the club that Oliver is attempting to build, which is accepted. Using Felicity’s help, Walter learns more about the secret organization that Moira is a part of, finding a notebook containing the list.
First aired – 5 December 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 9 – Years End
Hunt is killed by a mysterious archer. Quentin deduces that a copycat is at work, but his superior publicly blames the hooded vigilante. Oliver plans a Christmas party at the mansion to bring back the spirit of the holidays to his family. He saves some hostages from the archer, and the two archers are injured after fighting, with Oliver realizing that Robert wasn’t the author of the list. The archer escapes and is revealed to be Malcolm. Walter finds out about the vigilante’s objective and is kidnapped by one of Malcolm’s associates. The organization’s plan is revealed to be starting six months later, when thousands of people will die for what it believes to be for the greater good. Flashbacks show the Chinese archer, Yao Fei, capturing Fyers, who tells Oliver that the island was a prison for dangerous criminals and that his unit was tasked to exterminate the inmates, including Yao, after the program was shut down. Yao is captured by the unit while leading Oliver to a possible escape from the island; and the latter escapes.
First aired – 12 December 2012
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 10 – Burned
Six weeks after his fight with Malcolm, Oliver avoids any activities as his vigilante, despite insistence from Diggle. When a firefighter is killed in the line of duty, Laurel suspects that he was murdered and steals the phone the vigilante gave Quentin in order to contact him for help. Tracking down the suspect, Oliver is overpowered during the confrontation, but discovers that the murderer is a former firefighter. Oliver learns that the murderer is Garfield Lynns, a firefighter thought to have died in a massive fire several years prior, but survived with severe burns. Lynns shows up at a fundraiser held for support of the victims in order to kill the fire chief. As the vigilante, Oliver saves the chief before Lynns commits suicide. The media calls the vigilante a hero while Oliver decides to continue his hunt of the list members. Moira decides to take over for Walter as C.E.O. Quentin plants a listening device on the phone to monitor Laurel’s communications with the vigilante. Flashbacks show Oliver killing a mercenary, wearing his uniform and recovering his tools, including a map.
First aired – 16 January 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 11 – Trust But Verify
After an armored truck is robbed, Oliver believes that one of the thieves is former Marine Ted Gaynor, from his target list. Diggle dismisses Oliver’s assumption, as Gaynor was Diggle’s commanding officer during his time in Afghanistan. Oliver finds Gaynor and steals encrypted data, as Diggle prevents the former from getting any information directly from Gaynor. The data is revealed to be plans for robbing armored trucks, which Oliver uses to track the thieves. Diggle learns that Gaynor was the mastermind behind the robberies, and is forced to join Gaynor’s team, but backs out of helping them at last. Oliver arrives in time and kills Gaynor. Meanwhile, Thea tells Oliver her belief that Moira and Malcolm are involved as the former believes they were before Robert’s death. Oliver asks Moira, who states Robert was the unfaithful. Tommy refuses Malcolm’s request to sign the paper of selling the clinic established by the former’s mother, who died when he was 8 and Malcolm left him for years subsequently. Thea is arrested by the police after having a crash as a result of drug use. Flashbacks show Oliver being captured by the mercenaries as Yao was apparently working for them.
First aired – 23 January 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 12 – Vertigo
The judge dismisses the plea bargain of Thea and orders the charges brought to trial. Helping Thea, Oliver begins working on tracking down the supplier of the drug, which is known as Vertigo; he discovers that the supplier is called “The Count”, and arranges a meeting through his contacts with the Russian mob. The meeting is broken up by the police, and the Count injects Oliver with a dose of Vertigo. While showing the effects of overdose, the latter still continues his investigation. He uses the ingredients to track the location of the Count. As the vigilante, Oliver is able to confront the Count and inject him with Vertigo, causing irreparable damage. Laurel persuades Quentin to get Thea community service and two years of probation, which she begins serving at Laurel’s legal office. Felicity shows Oliver the list of names that Steele discovered, and informs him that they came from Moira. Flashbacks show Yao overpowering Oliver in a mandatory duel and making him appear dead. His body is thrown to a waterfall, where he wakes up and finds an upgraded map, planted by Yao.
First aired – 30 January 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 13 – Betrayal
Moira denies knowledge about the list. Diggle decides to investigate her daily activities. Laurel enlists the help of the vigilante when criminal Cyrus Vanch is released from prison. Using the microphone inside the phone, Quentin and his team intercept the vigilante, who manages to escape. Vanch kidnaps Laurel. Quentin and the vigilante team up to save Laurel, as the former realizes that Vanch has contacts on the police force and that was how he learned of her. The duo saves Laurel. She demands Quentin to stay away from her for betraying her trust. In order to protect her, Oliver decides to cut his contact with her as the vigilante. Diggle presents evidence to Oliver that his mother is connected to the group he is hunting, and that she also knew of Robert’s yacht. Oliver decides to interrogate his mother as the vigilante. In flashbacks, Oliver meets Slade Wilson, an Australian Intelligence operative who came to the island to free Yao Fei. It is revealed that the masked mercenary who tortured Oliver was Wilson’s partner; and Wilson has the same mask. He starts training Oliver to get him ready to infiltrate the airfield, the only apparent way out.
First aired – 6 February 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 14 – The Odyssey
Oliver is critically shot by Moira and escapes. He exposes his secret to Felicity, and asks her to take him to his hideout. With Diggle’s help, the bullet is removed and Oliver is stabilized. Felicity refuses to join Oliver’s fight, but decides to help them find Steele. Oliver convinces Diggle to stop investigating Moira until they find out more about the organization. Flashbacks show Oliver being trained. Wilson reveals that his former partner is Billy Wintergreen, who was sent with Wilson to find out Fyers’ mission. Their plane was shot down and they were captured by Fyers’ men. Wintergreen accepted Fyers’ offer to change sides. After infiltrating the airstrip, Wilson reveals plans to send in an airstrike to wipe out all of Fyers’ operation. Oliver heads out to save Yao, but is recaptured by Fyers. Before he can be executed, Wilson arrives, rescuing Oliver and killing Wintergreen. Although they miss the supply aircraft, Wilson and Oliver decide to continue to work together to get off the island, with the former stating that Fyers is hired by another party for a purpose. Yao is revealed to have changed sides because his daughter, Shado, is held captive by Fyers.
First aired – 13 February 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 15 – Dodger
Oliver learns of a jewel thief named “Dodger”, who uses hostages tagged with bomb collars. Felicity suggests that Oliver bug the phone of Detective McKenna Hall, an old friend of Oliver’s, to gain information on the Dodger. She also convinces Oliver to ask Hall out on a date so that he can have some down time. Through the wire tap, Oliver is able to determine the Dodger’s next location, but is stunned by a bomb thrown by the thief, who gets away. To draw out the Dodger, Oliver donates antique jewels to an auction. It works; but when Felicity confronts the thief, he places a collar on her to ensure his getaway. Oliver manages to stop the Dodger and deactivate the collar. Diggle starts dating his former sister-in-law. Thea has a run-in with a thief named Roy Harper, and Moira attempts to make a deal with Chien to have Malcolm killed, so that she can leave the secret organization, whose plan is called the “Undertaking”. Flashbacks show Oliver trying to treat Wilson’s infected wound by finding the herbs Yao used; and is intercepted by a wounded man who asks for help; but Oliver leaves him as the former believes it to be a trap.
First aired – 20 February 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 16 – Dead to Rights
Oliver kills a hired gunman, and realizes that the latter’s target is not safe yet. Chien hires Lawton, who is revealed to have survived Oliver’s attack, to take out Malcolm after the previous gunman’s death. Malcolm asks Tommy to attend an award ceremony where Malcolm will be receiving a humanitarian award; Tommy is persuaded by Oliver to attend. At the last moment, Oliver discovers that Malcolm is the target and races to the event to save him. Although he is almost caught by Hall, Oliver manages to get Malcolm away from Chien’s men. Malcolm is shot with one of Lawton’s poisonous bullets, and Oliver is forced to reveal his identity to Tommy so that he can save Malcolm’s life. Malcolm and Tommy reconcile. The former tells Moira about his belief that someone from the organization attempted to kill him. Laurel is confronted by her mother, Dinah, who states that Sara, the former’s sister, might be alive. During a flashback, Oliver is shown repairing a damaged radio, which Wilson uses to tune into the radio communications of Fyers. They find out that Fyers possesses an advanced anti-aircraft missile launcher.
First aired – 27 February 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 17 – The Huntress Returns
Helena returns to Starling City to kill Frank after she learns that he plans to make a deal with the F.B.I. for witness protection. Oliver opens his nightclub and refuses her request for help; and she attacks Tommy to force his assistance. Helena is captured by the police’s trap. Oliver breaks her out to protect his secret and demands that she leave Starling City. Instead, she forces Felicity to find Frank’s location. Oliver manages to stop Helena from killing Frank;, but when Hall arrives, Helena shoots her and escapes. In the hospital, Hall breaks up with Oliver, heading to Helena’s tarnish on Oliver’s character. Meanwhile, Tommy’s knowledge of Oliver’s secret affects his relationship with Laurel; but the former reconciles with Oliver. Dinah presents her evidence of Sara’s existence to Quentin and Laurel. Thea and Roy get closer. In a flashback to the island, Oliver and Wilson steal the circuit board of the anti-aircraft missile launcher, which the latter states can start a war, and offer Fyers a trade of the board with a way out of the island.
First aired – 20 March 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 18 – Salvation
Another vigilante appears in Starling City and kidnaps one of Oliver’s targets, a slumlord who had charges dropped against him because he was able to pay off the District Attorney. The new vigilante, who is identified as Joseph Falk, kills the slumlord over a live broadcast. The former kills several prosecutors the same way before going after Harper. Diggle finds out that Falk is using an abandoned subway car, and Oliver is able to catch the car and kill Falk. Oliver realizes the secret organization’s plans involve The Glades, a neighborhood filled with crime. Laurel proves to Dinah and Quentin that Sara is not alive. It is revealed that Dinah knew of Sara’s plan to escape with Oliver. Malcolm contacts the Triad to find the traitors. Moira turns over her co-conspirator, Frank Chen, to Malcolm, who kills Chen, believing her to be innocent. Flashbacks to the island show Oliver and Wilson freeing Shado, but at the cost of Fyers reacquiring the board. She claims to know Fyers’ scheme.
First aired – 27 March 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 19 – Unfinished Business
When a girl dies after using a new form of Vertigo, Oliver sets out to interrogate the Count and determines the latter has lost his mind from the Vertigo overdose. When news reports state that the Count escaped the asylum, Oliver suspects that the Count was faking his mental illness. Meanwhile, Quentin finds loose connections between Tommy and Vertigo, and attempts to uncover the truth, which almost leads him to discovering Oliver’s hideout. Oliver realizes that the Count’s psychiatrist is behind the re-emergence of Vertigo. Oliver kills the doctor, and opts not to kill the Count, who has truly lost his mind and was the scapegoat of the doctor’s actions. Tommy quits the club after realizing that Oliver suspected him with the drug dealing. Malcolm gives him a job. Oliver decides to help Diggle find Lawton, who killed Diggle’s brother. In a flashback, Shado reveals that Yao Fei took the blame of a massacre committed by the Chinese government and was exiled to the island. Now Fyers is using him as a scapegoat for his schemes. She begins training Oliver to use a bow.
First aired – 3 April 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 20 – Home Invasion
Laurel represents the Moore family who are suing a corrupt businessman, who puts a hit on the family, and the couple’s young child is the sole survivor. Laurel takes the boy into her custody and is saved by the vigilante from the hitman’s attempt. Tommy suggests that they go to Oliver’s for protection. An operation headed up by A.R.G.U.S, a government organization, is set to capture Lawton, but Oliver chooses the Moores case. As a result, Lawton escapes and Diggle decides to leave Oliver, who forces the businessman to confess his crimes, leading to the latter’s arrest. After killing the latter, the hitman comes to the Queen residence to kill all remaining witnesses, but Oliver manages to kill him. Tommy decides to leave Laurel, believing that he could never compete with Oliver should she discover that he is the vigilante. Elsewhere, Roy starts searching for the vigilante; and Thea agrees to help. During a flashback to the island, Shado continues teaching Oliver to use a bow before Yao Fei brings Fyers’ men to their hideout.
First aired – 24 April 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 21 – The Undertaking
Oliver tracks down an accountant of the secret organization and steals his laptop. While decrypting it, Felicity uncovers a link to Walter—a money transfer was made to Dominic Alonzo, an underground casino owner who was hired to kidnap Walter. The pair infiltrate the casino; and Alonzo claims that Walter was killed. Oliver informs his family and Moira confronts Malcolm, who proves to her that Walter is still alive. Oliver, who was listening in, discovers that Malcolm is heading the secret organization, and uses Felicity to ascertain Walter’s location. As the vigilante, Oliver frees Walter. Meanwhile, Laurel asks Tommy for the truth about why he left, and Tommy states that Oliver still loves her, a claim he confirms. He asks Diggle to help him stop the “Undertaking”. In a flashback, Robert is shown disagreeing with Malcolm’s proposed “Undertaking”, which would involve leveling the Glades with a machine, which will be built in five years, and killing thousands of people in order to rebuild the area. As a result, Malcolm has a bomb planted on the Queens’ yacht just before Robert boards it to head to China for his plan to stop the former.
First aired – 1 May 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 22 – Darkness on the Edge of Town
Malcolm kills the scientists who worked on the device. Diggle dresses as the vigilante and kidnaps Oliver and Moira in an attempt to uncover the truth. The plan works and Oliver’s team breaks into Malcolm’s company for information. Quentin finally approves Laurel’s feelings for Oliver, who realizes that he could cease being the vigilante if he stops the Undertaking. Thus, Oliver gets involved with her again, which is seen by Tommy. Malcolm has the device moved. The vigilante attempts to kill him, who reveals that he is the other archer; the two fight until Malcolm gets the upper hand, discovering Oliver’s secret. Meanwhile, Walter files for divorce, revealing to know Moira’s involvement in his kidnapping. Roy reveals to Thea that he wants to find the vigilante so that the latter can train the former, pushing her away from himself. In a flashback, the man Oliver chose not to help previously is revealed to be working for Fyers, who reveals that he plans to cripple the Chinese economy by blowing up commercial planes going into the country. His employer is revealed to be a woman. He murders Yao Fei after forcing him to take credit for the attacks via video recording.
First aired – 1 May 2013
Arrow – Season 1, Episode 23 – Sacrifice
Malcolm imprisons Oliver; but the latter manages to escape. He confronts Moira about the Undertaking, which prompts her to hold a press conference and reveal to the city her involvement with Malcolm and the plan to destroy the Glades. She is arrested while Malcolm confirms her claims to Tommy and reveals that he is the other. Quentin, with help from Felicity, is able to dismantle the device. Diggle and Oliver go after and mortally wound Malcolm, who reveals that there is a second device shortly before he dies. The device activates and begins to level the east side of the Glades. Thea goes into the Glades to save Roy, who decides to stay and help others. Laurel is trapped in her office; but Tommy arrives and helps her escape before being trapped himself. Oliver arrives too late, and Tommy dies. In a flashback, Fyers fires a missile at an approaching airliner, but Oliver and Shado manage to override the coordinates and destroy the missile. Afterward, Oliver kills Fyers, revealed to have gained relative skill with bow.
First aired – 15 May 2013

Arrow – Season 2, Episode 1 – City of Heroes
Following the destruction of the Glades and Tommy’s death, Oliver returns to the island alone as penance for failing the city and Tommy. Laurel is revealed to be working for the District Attorney. Felicity and Diggle arrive and convince Oliver to return, informing him that Moira is awaiting trial while Queen Consolidated is under the threat of takeover and dissolution by Isabel Rochev. Oliver learns a group of vigilantes, dressed like the “Hood”, are killing others as a retribution for the earthquake. They target Oliver twice before kidnapping Thea. Oliver saves her without killing anyone and leaves the vigilantes for Quentin Lance, who has been demoted to patrol officer. Roy is also trying to protect the Glades, and is rescued by an unknown female vigilante. Using Walter’s help, Oliver save his company and forces Rochev to accept partnership. Thea reconciles with Moira. Oliver decides to honor Tommy’s memory by becoming a hero in Starling City, and finding a new name for his alter-ego. In a flashback, Oliver, Shado, and Slade encounter new armed men after months of believing to be alone. The newcomers are revealed to be searching some specific graves.
First aired – 9 October 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 2 – Identify
Roy fails to stop a truck robbery committed by Chien. When Oliver attempts to convince Roy to stop being a vigilante, the former learns that the hospital in the Glades is having its medicine stolen. Oliver sets a trap for Chien, who escapes after having her clawed henchman fight him; the police arrive and the two escape. Diggle is revealed to have ended his relationship with his former sister-in-law. Oliver decides to work with Sebastian Blood, an alderman for the Glades, to bring awareness and help for the people in need, but is forced to abandon his appearance at the charity event to instead stop Chien, who gets arrested. Blood lambasts him in the press for that. The vigilante convinces Roy to stop fighting in his name, but instead provide him intel in the Glades. Afterward, Laurel, blaming the vigilante for Tommy’s death, sets a trap for him, who gets seemingly surrounded by the police. In a flashback, Slade advises Oliver not to let his relationship with Shado get too serious. The trio discovers a cave containing the remains of several cranially disfigured World War II Japanese soldiers.
First aired – 16 October 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 3 – Broken Dolls
Oliver assigns Roy to track a woman who inadvertently tries to be a vigilante, which he manages through the vigilante’s connection to a woman named Cindy. Quentin discovers that the serial killer Barton Mathis, whom he arrested years earlier, escaped from prison during the earthquake and is on the killing spree again. Believing the vigilante’s claim to have changed, Quentin enlists his help. The team is able to discover the link between all of the victims. Oliver learns that Mathis has abducted Quentin and Laurel and plans to kill them both. The former saves them before the female vigilante shows up and kills Mathis. Oliver believes that she has a personal connection with him. Laurel states that she must blame herself instead of the vigilante for Tommy’s death. The District Attorney announces his intention to seek the death penalty for Moira. She tells her lawyer not to fight it, since the former had connections with Malcolm Merlyn that she does not want revealed to her children. The female vigilante kills an operative of Ra’s al Ghul, her former master. In flashbacks to the island, a ship starts bombarding Oliver and Slade. Oliver finds himself imprisoned with other inmates in a ship called “Amazo”.
First aired – 23 October 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 4 – Crucible
Felicity realizes that the female vigilante has been following Laurel, not Oliver. Oliver manages to ambush her and discovers that she is Sara, Laurel’s sister, who was believed to have drowned. Meanwhile, weapons shipments keep being intercepted by a gang leader calling himself “The Mayor”, who assaults a gun rally hosted by Oliver and Blood. Cindy is shot in the process; but Roy saves her. Felicity manages to identify the Mayor as Xavier Reed and track him down. Oliver recruits Sara to assist him in capturing Reed. Afterwards, a corrupt police officer brings Reed to an unknown location, where Blood, called brother Blood by his associates, injects him with a green substance that kills him. He orders another person to be brought for the substance. Meanwhile, Laurel develops a drinking problem and refuses help from Quentin and Oliver. In response, Oliver asks Sara to reveal herself to her family, knowing they will stop talking to him for lying. In flashbacks, Oliver is questioned about the Japanese bodies; but when he refuses to answer, he is taken to an interrogation room where he first learns that Sara is alive.
First aired – 30 October 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 5 – League of Assassins
Sara and Oliver are attacked at by a man dressed like Malcolm Merlyn. Sara reveals that the man, Al-Owal, is a member of the League of Assassins, which Malcolm is revealed to have been a member of, and is targeting her for leaving. Al-Owal threatens to kill her family. Oliver manages to protect Laurel, but Quentin refuses to heed Felicity’s warning. Sara reveals herself to him and seeks refuge in a clock tower. They seek Oliver’s help to stop another attack, with Oliver killing Al-Owal and sending a warning to Ra’s. Afterwards, Sara decides to leave Starling City to keep her family safe, entrusting her secret to Quentin. Thea and Oliver tell Moira that her secrets will not make them leave her. She agrees to fight death penalty. Laurel is revealed to have a drinking problem. In flashbacks, after being left adrift from the Queen’s Gambit wreckage, Sara is rescued and brought aboard the Amazo, where she meets Dr. Anthony Ivo, who asks her to help him with his experiments to what he believes to be saving humanity. Later, she injures Oliver in Amazo.
First aired – 6 November 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 6 – Keep Your Enemies Closer
After A.R.G.U.S. agent Lyla Michaels, revealed to be Diggle’s former wife, goes missing, Oliver charters a trip to Russia to help Diggle find her when they learn that she was following a lead on Floyd Lawton’s whereabouts. Isabel Rochev joins the flight, believing that he is trying to meet with the subdivision of Queen Consolidated behind her back. Once there, Oliver and Diggle learn that Lyla is being held in a gulag. They enlist the help of a Russian contact Oliver first met in Amazo. Based on their plan, Diggle is arrested and sent to the gulag to rescue Lyla. Oliver has a one-night stand with Isabel. Diggle finds Lawton among the inmates. The pair is forced to team up to save Lyla and escape. Afterward, Diggle lets Lawton go for helping him save Lyla; in return, Lawton reveals that he was contracted to kill Diggle’s brother by an organization called H.I.V.E. Diggle and Lyla get involved again. In flashbacks, Ivo reveals to Oliver that the Japanese soldiers were transporting a secret serum for human enhancement. Later, Sara plays Oliver into revealing that Shado and Slade are still alive. It is finally revealed that Sara has betrayed Oliver the whole time by revealing who he is to Ivo all along and it dawns on Oliver that Sara is full of lies.
First aired – 13 November 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 7 – State v Queen
It is revealed that the Count escaped from prison, where he was transferred after recovering from his psychosis, during the earthquake. Afterwards, the Count begins poisoning civilians with the Vertigo drug; Diggle and the Assistant District Attorney are among the infected. The Count reveals in a broadcast that the cure to the sickness is to take Vertigo. In the court, Laurel uses an affair between Moira and Malcolm to cast doubts on Moira’s defense. Felicity is captured by the Count. In order to protect Felicity from being injected with Vertigo, Oliver is forced to kill the Count. Meanwhile, Blood, revealed to had hired the Count to kill the vigilante, now known as Arrow, is informed that one of his test subjects named Cyrus has survived his injection, feeling “stronger”. Ultimately, Moira is exonerated by the jury; she later learns that Malcolm, alive and well, had rigged the trial. He also reveals that he now knows Thea is his biological daughter. In a flashback to the island, Shado and Slade rescue Oliver and Sara, after Dr. Ivo and his men travel to the island to locate the Hosen, the stone arrowhead, which contains coordinates to the wreckage of the Japanese submarine.
First aired – 20 November 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 8 – The Scientist
When a masked thief with superhuman strength steals a centrifuge from Queen Consolidated, Central City CSI Barry Allen arrives to help the investigation. Later, he reveals that he is searching for super-powered beings in the hope that he will find the murderer of his mother, and exonerate his father for the accusation. Oliver realizes that the thief was enhanced using the same serum that Ivo was searching for. Roy starts helping Cindy to find her missing friend, who was a failed subject of Blood’s experiment. Oliver shoots Roy in the leg to prevent him getting further involved. Oliver tracks the thief, revealed to be Cyrus, but is injected with an unknown toxin. In order to save Oliver’s life, Felicity reveals his identity to Barry to help find an antidote. Meanwhile, Merlyn puts pressure on Moira to tell the truth to Thea. Moira instead contacts Ra’s, who wants to kill Merlyn for breaking the League’s code by destroying the Glades. As a result, Merlyn leaves. In a flashback to the island, Oliver and Shado find the serum, but when they inject it to Slade without the required sedative, his heart stops, just as Ivo arrives with his men.
First aired – 4 December 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 9 – Three Ghosts
Barry manages to save Oliver’s life. The former and Felicity are able to identify and locate Cyrus Gold. While continuing to investigate the death of Cindy’s friend Max, Roy is captured by Cyrus and brought before Blood, who injects him with the serum, called Mirakuru, which kills Roy. Oliver arrives and kills Cyrus, simultaneously destroying the centrifuge and the remaining serum. The former revives Roy, but worries that the serum may affect him negatively. Slade is revealed to be alive in the present and the one orchestrating Blood’s work; he orders Blood to leave the vigilante alone, so that he can deal with him personally. While Roy recovers at the Queen mansion, the serum injection heals the arrow wound in his leg. Barry leaves a domino mask for Oliver, to better hide his identity, and returns to Central City. While in his lab, Barry is hit by strange lightning created by an accident at the new particle accelerator lab.[21] In flashbacks, Ivo kills Shado, but flees when Slade turns up with super-human strength and kills his men.
First aired – 11 December 2013
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 10 – Blast Radius
Oliver continues his search for the man in the skull mask while Felicity has been traveling to Central City to visit Barry, who is in a coma due to being hit by the lightning. Serial bomber Mark Scheffer, who goes by the name “Shrapnel”, begins setting off bombs across Starling City as an anti-government movement. Blood begins his campaign for mayor and decides to organize a Unity Rally for the city. Scheffer targets the rally, but Oliver is able to stop Scheffer, who is arrested; and the bombs are disarmed. During the commotion, Thea witnesses Roy using his new strength and confronts him. As the vigilante, Oliver makes an alliance with Blood. Meanwhile, Quentin starts looking for the inside man in the police department associated with Cyrus. Investigating Blood, Laurel visits a mental institution, where she finds Blood’s mother, who reveals that he killed his father and put her in the institution to cover it up. In a flashback, Slade experiences adverse effects to his mind and personality due to the Mirakuru, with which he secretly separates from Oliver and Sara.
First aired – 15 January 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 11 – Blind Spot
Blood visits his mother and kills her after learning that she told Laurel the truth. Oliver continues his search for the man in the skull mask and receives help from Laurel, who suspects that it is Blood. Fearing that he will be discovered, Blood has Laurel arrested for drug possession by his disciple, Officer Daily. Afterwards, he has her kidnapped to lure Arrow out. The latter comes to rescue her; but during the fight, Laurel kills the masked man, who is revealed to be Daily, unknowingly throwing suspicion off Blood. Laurel is cleared of charges, but is fired because of her addiction. It is revealed to have been Slade’s plan for Blood to get intimate with Laurel in order to hurt Oliver. Slade is revealed to be wearing a specific suit and mask. Meanwhile, Roy and Cindy attempt to use his new powers to stop a murderer, but Roy goes overboard and puts the man in the hospital. Arrow convinces Roy to train him in order to control his new powers as well as his change in mental state. In flashbacks, Sara initially considers an offer from Ivo to return the Mirakuru for safe passage off the island, but changes her mind eventually.
First aired – 22 January 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 12 – Tremors
Ben Turner escapes from prison with assistance from arms dealer Milo Armitage, who also pays him to steal a prototype of Malcolm’s earthquake device. Oliver tells his teammates that Slade got angry when he found out how Shado died, as Slade was in love with her, and attacked the former, who put an arrow in his eye. Arrow tracks down the device and is forced to reveal his identity to Roy in order to get his help in destroying the device. Meanwhile, Laurel learns that she may be disbarred because of her addiction and spirals further out of control. Oliver convinces Sara to reveal herself to Laurel. In addition, Walter convinces Moira to run for mayor against Blood; and she states that it is necessary for the campaign that it not be revealed that Thea is not Robert’s biological daughter. Moira reveals that her obstetrician knows the truth and he needs to be dealt with. A.R.G.U.S. agent Amanda Waller propositions Turner to commute his sentence in exchange for him joining a “squad” she is forming. In flashbacks, Oliver stops Slade from destroying Ivo’s freighter with Fyers’ missile launcher. They plan to capture the freighter.
First aired – 29 January 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 13 – Heir to the Demon
Nyssa Raatko, the daughter of Ra’s and a member of the League, arrives in Starling City to convince Sara to return to Nanda Parbat with her. It is revealed that the two have a romantic history. Sara refuses, so Nyssa kidnaps Dinah and threatens to kill her if Sara does not agree to return. Instead, Sara drinks snake venom. Arrow arrives with an antidote and Nyssa releases Sara from her obligations to the League. Meanwhile, as Moira begins her political campaign, Felicity discovers that Thea’s true father is Malcolm and reveals it to Oliver, who decides to support Moira’s campaign publicly while privately renouncing their familial relationship. Although Sara is welcomed back by her parents, Laurel shows displeasure to her. Sara later joins Oliver; and they make love. In addition, Slade decides to deal with Moira’s campaign against Blood. In flashbacks, Sara and Laurel get into an argument after the latter tells the former that she and Oliver plan on moving in together; and Sara agrees to meet Oliver at the docks. Later, Laurel and Quentin watch a news report about the Queen’s Gambit gone missing. Moira informs them about Sara.
First aired – 5 February 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 14 – Time of Death
William Tockman orchestrates a heist of an electronic device that will allow him to access any bank vault. Oliver and Sara start working together to stop him, foiling one of his robberies. In response, Tockman uses the device to hack into the computer servers at Oliver’s hideout and overload them so they explode. Felicity, feeling left out with Sara now part of the team, attempts to bait Tockman into coming after one last heist. Oliver, Sara and Diggle arrive in time to protect Felicity, but the latter takes a bullet to save Sara before knocking Tockman unconscious, feeling part of the team again. Meanwhile, the Lances attempt to have dinner together and it is revealed that Sara and Oliver are in a relationship, much to Laurel’s anger. Later, Laurel reconciles with Sara and attends an A.A. meeting with Quentin. Slade makes his presence known to Oliver by coming to his home and meeting with Moira. In flashbacks, it is revealed that Sara befriended Cindy after promising her dying father, a pilot shot down while flying over the island, to look after her. From the plane, they recover a parachute, which they plan to use to take the freighter.
First aired – 26 February 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 15 – The Promise
Oliver, Moira and Thea give Slade, who has funded Moira’s campaign, a tour of the house. Sara and the rest of the team are notified and arrive to assist Oliver, forcing Slade to leave without engaging. Oliver deduces that Slade is the one controlling the man in the skull mask, and attempting to create more Mirakuru. Slade informs Oliver that he is there to follow through with a promise he made to Oliver on the island. Later, it is revealed that Slade used the tour to plant cameras throughout the house. In flashbacks, Oliver, Slade, and Sara are able to board the ship, with Sara freeing the prisoners, and Oliver and Slade going after Ivo, who reveals the truth about Shado’s death to Slade, who turns on Oliver and imprisons him on the ship as Sara and the other prisoners escape to the island. Slade takes control of the ship, amputates Ivo’s right hand and reveals to Oliver that he kept the Mirakuru, having had Sara and Oliver destroy an empty box previously, and promises Oliver that he will not kill him until he has first made him suffer the loss of those he loves.
First aired – 5 March 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 16 – Suicide Squad
In a flashback to years prior in Afghanistan, Diggle and Lyla lead a group of Afghan villagers when a wanted man, Gholem Qadir, is identified among the group. During an ambush, Diggle saves Qadir’s life. In the present, Diggle and Lyla are called upon by Waller to lead her “Task Force X”, also known as the “Suicide Squad”, which consists of Deadshot, Bronze Tiger and Shrapnel being used as expendable assets. The Squad is sent after Qadir, who has developed a deadly nerve agent. Shrapnel attempts to escape and is killed. After saving Qadir’s life again, through a faked assassination attempt, Diggle is invited to Qadir’s home for a party. Once there, Deadshot locates the agent and is expected to be used as a targeting reference for a drone strike on the house. Diggle decides to save Deadshot while Bronze Tiger kills Qadir; as a result, the drone misses the house and a SEAL team is forced to destroy the agent. Oliver is forced to go to Waller for help, revealed to have interacted with her before. She tells him that A.R.G.U.S. has been tracking a new mercenary called “Deathstroke”, whom the pair realize is actually Slade.
First aired – 19 March 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 17 – Birds of Prey
Oliver and Sara assist a police raid, and in the process help capture Frank Bertinelli. Oliver quickly realizes that Helena will return to kill Frank once she hears the news. Laurel is asked to return to the District Attorney’s office to try Frank’s case. Helena shows up at the courthouse and takes hostages in exchange for Frank. Sara goes to the courthouse to rescue Laurel, but Helena overpowers the former and demands that Oliver deliver Frank in exchange for Laurel. Oliver complies; but Frank is killed in a crossfire with S.W.A.T.; Quentin ultimately arrests Helena, after Sara stops her. Helena tells Oliver that he was right to discourage vengeance. Despite bringing Laurel to have been just a ruse for Helena, the District Attorney rehires Laurel to avoid scandal. Roy breaks up with Thea on Oliver’s advice. Slade gives her a ride on the street. In flashbacks, Slade demands Sara return Hendrik, one of the escapees who can fix the engines of the ship, by threatening to kill Oliver. Sara and the other escapees prepare to send Hendrik back against his will while Slade has the same tattoo on Shado’s back drawn on Oliver’s as a reminder.
First aired – 26 March 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 18 – Deathstroke
Slade kidnaps Thea. Oliver gives temporary CEO status to Isabel in his absence and later reconciles with Moira. Isabel uses her temporary power to convince the board of directors to make her position permanent, thus allowing her company to take full control of Queen Consolidated. When confronted, Isabel reveals that she has been working with Slade the entire time, and tells Oliver where Thea is being held. Oliver arrives; but Thea has already been freed—her kidnapping was a diversion from Slade’s real plan to free a group of convicts to be used as test subjects for the next Mirakuru trials. Thea confronts Oliver and Moira, saying that Slade revealed to her that her biological father is Malcolm. Quentin is arrested for aiding the Arrow. Roy leaves Starling City. Moira’s chance of winning the election increases as shown in the polls. Isabel tasks the company’s scientific division to work on Mirakuru. Slade, who is announced a fugitive, visits Laurel and reveals that Oliver is the Arrow. In flashbacks, Sara attempts to use the trade for Oliver as a moment to kill Slade, but fails. Shado’s hallucinations convinces Slade to spare Oliver and Sara, leaving Ivo with them on the island.
First aired – 2 April 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 19 – The Man Under the Hood
Oliver’s team destroys Isabel’s lab so that Slade cannot use it to mass-produce the Mirakuru. In response, Slade steals an electronic Skeleton Key from Oliver’s hideout. He uses it to steal a bio-transfuser from a S.T.A.R. Labs facility that Caitlin and Cisco work at that will allow the former to transfer the Mirakuru-infused blood to the freed convicts. Oliver tracks Slade and discovers that he has kidnapped Roy and is using him to transfuse the blood. Oliver rescues Roy, and Isabel, who is revealed to had been involved with Robert previously, is critically shot. Later, Oliver reveals there is a cure for the Mirakuru and Felicity enlists the help of Caitlin and Cisco. Slade’s supersoldiers gather and he uses his blood to heal and empower Isabel as well. Meanwhile, Laurel discovers that Sara is the female vigilante. The former tires to tell Quentin about the Arrow’s identity; but he dissuades her from telling anyone. Laurel later blackmails her supervisor into releasing and reinstating Quentin. Thea leaves home even after Oliver reveals to her that Robert knew about her non-paternity. In flashbacks, Oliver kills Ivo on his request after telling the location of the Mirakuru cure.
First aired – 16 April 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 20 – Seeing Red
Roy goes on a rampage, overwhelmed by the Mirakuru and no longer thinking for himself. During a fight, Oliver’s leg is significantly injured and Roy escapes. Sara decides that Roy must be killed; but Oliver disagrees. Roy comes to Verdant and Oliver uses the opportunity to inject Roy with pit viper venom to knock him unconscious and keep him sedated until a cure can be found. Sara decides that she is not good enough for Oliver and leaves the city to find a friend. Meanwhile, Thea continues to distance herself from her family; so Moira decides to drop out of the mayoral race. Oliver dissuades her; and she reveals that she has known Oliver was the Arrow since last year’s earthquake; and that she is proud of the man he has become. Moira, Thea, and Oliver are attacked by Slade, who murders Moira when she suggests herself to save Thea and Oliver. In a flashback to seven years prior, Oliver reveals that he got a young woman, Samantha Clayton, pregnant; so Moira pays Samantha to tell Oliver she had a miscarriage and leave Starling City.
First aired – 23 April 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 21 – City of Blood
When Oliver goes missing after Moira’s death, Diggle and Felicity enlist the help of Amanda to track him down. They find him in a secret hideout, where he reveals his intention to give himself up to Slade in order to save everyone else. Isabel returns and shuts down Verdant, forcing Thea to make a decision to leave Starling City. Sebastian is sworn in as Mayor, but Laurel uncovers documentation that he knew Slade was going to kill Moira. Laurel reveals to Oliver that she knows he is the Arrow and that Sebastian is working with Slade. After confronting Sebastian, Oliver decides that they have no choice but to kill Slade’s Mirakuru army. The plan backfires, with Oliver and Laurel cornered by Slade’s army, various Mirakuru soldiers wearing Deathstroke armors wreaking havoc on the city, and Diggle being confronted by Isabel wearing the armor. In flashbacks, Anatoly repairs the Japanese submarine and he and Oliver prepare to attack the Amazo; but Oliver gets a distress signal from Sara outside the submarine.
First aired – 30 April 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 22 – Streets of Fire
As Slade’s men continue to terrorize the city, Felicity and Diggle outwit Isabel; and the duo escapes. S.T.A.R. Labs successfully makes a cure for the Mirakuru, but Slade sends men to acquire it before Oliver. Finally trusting Quentin, the police force pledges to help the Arrow stop Slade’s men and Quentin is re-promoted to detective to lead the other officers. Slade reveals to Blood that he plans to destroy the entire city, people and all, in his quest for vengeance against Oliver. As a result, Blood steals the cure and gives it to Oliver in return for help saving the city. For his betrayal, Slade has Isabel kill Blood. Oliver tests the cure on Roy after Amanda reveals that she intends to bomb the city at dawn to prevent Slade’s men from attacking the rest of the country. Meanwhile, Sara returns and saves Laurel, who gives her the alias “Canary”. Malcolm saves Thea from an assailant and tries to convince her to leave with him; but she shoots him. In flashbacks, Oliver boards the Amazo to rescue Sara, who was captured by Slade, with specific orders for Anatoly to destroy the ship if they do not return within an hour. However, they are both captured by Slade.
First aired – 7 May 2014
Arrow – Season 2, Episode 23 – Unthinkable
In flashbacks, the Amazo sinks as Oliver planned. He presumably kills Slade while Sara disappears overboard. Later, Oliver awakens in Hong Kong, where he meets Waller. In the present, the cure works on Roy. Sara arrives with Nyssa and the Assassins to provide backup for Oliver, who gives Roy a red mask. They confront Slade and Isabel at Queen Consolidated. Nyssa kills Isabel and Slade escapes. Meanwhile, Diggle and Lyla free the Suicide Squad members and enlist their help to try to stop the drone strike. Quentin is seriously injured. Thea meets up with Roy; but when she finds a bow and arrow, she loses trust in him and leaves Starling City with Merlyn. Oliver and his team successfully use the cure on all of Slade’s men. The former tricks Slade into kidnapping Felicity, believing she is Oliver’s love. With Slade distracted, Felicity injects him with the cure. Oliver defeats Slade and Waller calls off the strike. Slade is locked in an underground A.R.G.U.S. prison on the island and Sara rejoins the League as payment for helping the city. Lyla is revealed to be pregnant from Diggle. Quentin collapses as a result of his injury.
First aired – 14 May 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 1 – The Calm
The newly promoted Captain Quentin Lance calls off the task-force against Arrow. Elsewhere, Werner Zytle, who has claimed the mantle of Vertigo, attempts to kill Arrow in a bid to raise his profile. After losing the first battle, Oliver and Roy are able to stop Zytle, along with some help from Sara who is back in town for an unknown reason. Meanwhile, businessman Ray Palmer successfully acquires Queen Consolidated under a plan of rebuilding the city and renaming it “Star City”. Diggle and Lyla welcome a baby girl, which convinces Diggle to take Oliver’s suggestion and retire from field duty. Oliver and Felicity go on a first date, but Oliver ends it explaining how he cannot be both the Arrow and Oliver, although he acknowledges loving her. Sara is shot in the chest with arrows by an unseen figure before falling from a rooftop to her death. In flashbacks, Waller assigns agent Maseo Yamashiro as Oliver’s handler. After numerous failed attempts to escape, Oliver agrees to proceed with his training to prevent Waller from killing Maseo’s family as punishment for his failure in restraining Oliver.
First aired – 8 October 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 2 – Sara
Laurel takes Sara’s body to the team. Quentin alerts Oliver to another archer in the city killing people, unaware about Sara. Oliver follows a lead and is able to identify the archer as Simon Lacroix. The team learns of Lacroix’s next target and intercepts him. Laurel arrives, determined to avenge Sara’s death. As Oliver attempts to dissuade her, Lacroix reveals that he was not in Starling City at the time of Sara’s death. The team buries Sara; and Laurel decides not to tell Quentin that Sara is dead. Diggle decides to return to field duty again. Meanwhile, Roy reveals to Oliver that Thea left town when she learned he was working with the Arrow. In Corto Maltese, Thea is shown with Malcolm and has proven to be capable of defeating more than one henchman in combat. Felicity decides to work for Ray. In flashbacks, Oliver is tasked with killing Tommy, after the latter comes to Hong Kong to find Oliver after seeing activity on Oliver’s email account. To save Tommy, Oliver pretends to kidnap him and tricks him into thinking that it was a ruse to gain ransom money before Maseo, posing as a police officer, rescues Tommy.
First aired – 15 October 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 3 – Corto Maltese
With no more leads in Sara’s murder, Oliver focuses his attention on bringing Thea home. Felicity is able to track her to Corto Maltese. Thea initially refuses to return. While he waits to convince her, Oliver assists Diggle on a mission for A.R.G.U.S. to ascertain the whereabouts of one of its agents, Mark Shaw. Mark is revealed to have broken into the A.R.G.U.S. database and stolen information to sell on the black market. Oliver and Diggle manage to stop him, who convinces Diggle to tell Waller that he is dead. After a last minute plea, and Oliver revealing the truth about Robert’s death, Thea agrees to return, which Merlyn allows. Meanwhile, trying to emulate Sara, Laurel attempts to exact vengeance on an abusive boyfriend of a fellow A.A. member, but she is overpowered and ends up in the hospital. Later, she seeks out boxer Ted Grant to train her to fight after Oliver’s refusal. Using Felicity’s help, Ray opens a file of details of advanced weaponry. Nyssa confronts Oliver and demands Sara’s whereabouts. In flashbacks to six months prior, Merlyn begins training Thea to calm her mind and heal her emotional pain, while also mastering control over physical pain.
First aired – 22 October 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 4 – The Magician
Oliver informs Nyssa that Sara was killed; and Nyssa reveals to Oliver that Merlyn is alive and Sara was sent by the League to confirm his existence. After tracking Merlyn, Oliver agrees to meet him in a public location, where Merlyn tells Oliver that he did not kill her, but only returned to Starling City to save Thea. Nyssa kidnaps Thea in an attempt to draw out Merlyn, known by the League as the “Magician”; but Oliver arrives to rescue Thea. Merlyn arrives shortly after to clear his name and insinuates to Nyssa that it was Ra’s who had Sara killed. Nyssa does not believe him; but Oliver does and vows to protect Merlyn for as long as he is in Starling. Nyssa warns Oliver that he has made a serious enemy in the League before leaving and reporting back to Ra’s. Quentin gets worried about Sara’s status. In flashbacks, Oliver completes his first assassination, and learns that Waller was behind Edward Fyers’ actions on the island; and her intention was to kill Chien on a flight to Hong Kong. Since Oliver stopped the attack, Waller demands him to help her find out the reason of Chien’s presence.
First aired – 29 October 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 5 – The Secret Origin of Felicity Smoak
A cyber terrorist attacks Starling City, threatening to shut down all banks and set everyone on an even socioeconomic status. While Oliver and Roy attempt to keep the peace on the streets, Felicity works to locate the virus. She quickly realizes that she designed the virus five years earlier, and that it is unstoppable. Her mother Donna shows up unannounced, and the two have a falling out over how different they are from each other. Felicity soon realizes that Donna was unknowingly sent by the cyber terrorist—revealed to be Felicity’s ex-boyfriend Cooper—who kidnaps them both. Using Donna as leverage, Cooper forces Felicity to divert a set of armored vehicles, carrying newly minted money, to their location. She secretly uses a smart watch presented by Ray to Donna to also contact Oliver, who arrives with Roy and Diggle and stops Cooper and his team. Felicity reconciles with Donna. Roy begins having nightmares that he was the one who killed Sara. Meanwhile, Laurel continues to train with Ted, and reveals to him the real reason that she is learning to fight. Thea buys a house using the money inherited from Merlyn and convinces Oliver to stay with her.
First aired – 5 November 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 6 – Guilty
In flashbacks, Maseo’s wife, Tatsu, uses a type of meditation to help Oliver remember where a dead associate of Chien’s dropped a letter, hoping that he leaves her family soon. From the letter, the name Li Kuan Hui is extracted. In the present, a murderer begins taking out gang members; and when a body shows up in Ted’s gym, he becomes a suspect. Ted reveals to Oliver that he was once a vigilante who retired after a drug dealer was beaten to death by accident. Ted reveals the murderer was his former protégé Isaac Stanzler, who was responsible for the death of the dealer, but is bested by Oliver before escaping. Isaac kidnaps Ted and Laurel; but Oliver and his team are able to successfully stop him. Meanwhile, Roy tells Felicity about his dreams and later confesses to Oliver and Laurel. Using the technique learned from Tatsu, Oliver helps Roy access his memories to realize that he did not kill Sara; however, Roy discovers he did kill a cop while under the effects of Mirakuru. Ted decides to continue training Laurel. Isaac is confronted by a female archer calling herself “Cupid”.
First aired – 12 November 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 7 – Draw Back Your Bow
Cupid, revealed to had been saved by the Arrow during Slade’s attack, murders Isaac and leaves his body dressed up as the Arrow. Following a lead, Oliver learns that she is a former cop named Carrie Cutter who is obsessed with him as a result of her condition. Carrie uses a former C.I. to track down Oliver’s hideout, the Verdant, which is reopened by Thea. Oliver lures Carrie away and rejects her romantic advancement before she tries to kill the both of them. He stops her, which reinforces Carrie’s delusion that he is in love with her. Subsequently, Oliver gives her to A.R.G.U.S. as a new member of their Squad. Meanwhile, Ray rebrands Queen Consolidated into Palmer Technologies. Oliver struggles with how much time Felicity is spending with Ray; and the situation is made worse when he finds them kissing. Ray is later shown working on a personal exosuit design called A.T.O.M. A killer using boomerang blades appears in the city. In flashbacks to Hong Kong, Oliver and Tatsu go off to find Maseo when he goes missing, during which time she ends her displeasure towards Oliver. They return home and find Maseo safe and sound.
First aired – 19 November 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 8 – The Brave and the Bold
Flashbacks to Hong Kong show Oliver learning how to torture suspects effectively to get information. In the present, Oliver and Roy track down the home of Digger Harkness, the boomerang-wielding murderer, but they only find A.R.G.U.S. operatives looking for the same man. Caitlin and Cisco arrive in Starling City to help Felicity investigate Sara’s death. Digger attempts to kill Lyla; Roy, Oliver and Barry arrive and stop him. Later, Lyla reveals Digger was part of the Suicide Squad. Oliver’s extreme interrogation methods lead Barry to question how emotionally stable Oliver is. Digger traces Oliver’s hideout, where he wounds Lyla before escaping. In order to leave town, Digger plants 5 bombs around the city. While Oliver captures Digger, Barry uses both his and Oliver’s teams to defuse the bombs at the same time. Digger is incarcerated in the island with Slade. Lyla accepts Diggle’s marriage proposal. Before Barry and his team’s departure, he and Oliver decide to have a friendly duel.
First aired – 3 December 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 9 – The Climb
The League demands Oliver to find and turn over Sara’s killer in 48 hours or they will begin murdering Starling City citizens, a mission led by Maseo, revealed to have joined the League. S.T.A.R. Labs sends Felicity the DNA results, which appears to be Oliver’s D.N.A. Realizing that she has been lying, Arrow confronts Thea, who demonstrates her fighting skill before escaping. Later, Merlyn informs Oliver that he drugged Thea and manipulated her into killing Sara and not remembering it. Merlyn filmed the event to use as leverage to force Oliver to take the blame and challenge Ra’s to a duel, which no one has dared in 67 years. Ra’s overpowers Oliver before impaling him and kicking him over the side of a cliff. Meanwhile, Laurel reveals Sara’s death to Dinah and convinces her not to tell Quentin. Dinah asks her to avenge Sara’s murder. Ray shows the A.T.O.M. design to Felicity and states his intention to use the exosuit to protect the city as a vigilante. In flashbacks, Oliver and Maseo learn that Chien has stolen an engineered super-virus. China breaks into Maseo’s house and kidnaps Tatsu after ovepowering her.
First aired – 10 December 2014
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 10 – Left Behind
In flashbacks, Oliver and Maseo steal the counterpart to the super-virus, thus making Chien’s portion inert. Oliver also slips a GPS tracker on one of Chien’s men so that they can locate Tatsu. In the present, Diggle and Roy work to continue protecting the city in Oliver’s absence. With the Arrow missing, a new crime lord named Danny “Brick” Brickwell plots to take over the Glades. After Thea expresses concern over Oliver’s absence, Merlyn investigates the site of the duel and brings the bloodied sword back to the team, proclaiming Oliver’s death. Diggle discovers Brickwell’s plan, to secure all the evidence against street enforcers so they are released from jail and forced to join his crew, and heads to the police warehouse with Roy to stop him. Fearing for their lives, Felicity decides to trap the duo in the warehouse and let Brickwell escape. Afterward, Felicity proclaims the group non-existent without Oliver and quits both the group and helping Ray with A.T.O.M. Laurel starts fighting Brickwell’s operatives, donning an altered Canary costume. Merlyn advises Thea to leave Starling City with him. Meanwhile, Maseo finds Oliver’s body and takes it to Tatsu, who revives Oliver.
First aired – 21 January 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 11 – Midnight City
While Oliver attempts to rest and heal, members of the League arrive, forcing Maseo and Tatsu to kill them to protect Oliver. Maseo wounds himself so Ra’s will believe Oliver escaped the former. Roy and Diggle warn Laurel to stay off the streets after Roy saves her from a fight. Brick kidnaps the city’s aldermen, killing one during a rescue attempt. In exchange for the remaining aldermen, Brick demands that all police presence evacuate the Glades for good. The team is able to locate the aldermen and successfully rescue them, but the Mayor still agrees to remove the police after Brick reveals that he has targeted every legislative body member. Meanwhile, Felicity decides to rejoin the team and help Ray with his plan. Merlyn tells Thea about Ra’s, and she convinces him to stay and fight instead of flight. Chase, the DJ for Verdant, is revealed to be a spy for the League, informing Maseo about Merlyn’s decision. In flashbacks, Maseo and Oliver manage to save Tatsu.
First aired – 28 January 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 12 – Uprising
Flashbacks chronicle the death of Merlyn’s wife, Merlyn killing the man believed to have killed her and his journey to the League to seek training. In the present, Oliver decides to return to Starling City. Tatsu informs him that if he wants to defeat Ra’s, he will need to seek swordsman training from a student, like Maseo. With the police out of the Glades, Roy and Laurel are tasked with fighting Brick’s men to keep the peace. Quentin gives the team all the information the police have on Brick to help locate him. Merlyn spies on the team as they review the evidence against Brick, and discovers that Brick was responsible for the death of Merlyn’s wife. Merlyn propositions the team to join forces to take down Brick, but the team refuses. Instead, they rally the citizens of the Glades to take on Brick and his men. Merlyn overpowers Brick before Oliver arrives and persuades him to spare Brick’s life and let the police arrest him. Cindy tells Quentin her knowledge that the new female vigilante is not Sara. In the aftermath, Oliver requests Merlyn train him so that he can take on Ra’s.
First aired – 4 February 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 13 – Canaries
Werner Zytle escapes custody by poisoning a guard with Vertigo. As Oliver tries to keep Laurel off the streets as a vigilante, Merlyn informs him that to beat Ra’s he will need to bring Thea into the team. Oliver reveals the truth to her, who accepts and praises him for the work he has been doing as the Arrow. Laurel tracks down Zytle and takes him on herself, only to be poisoned with Vertigo. She begins to hallucinate images of Sara, who attacks her. Oliver and Roy arrive in time to get her back to the base for treatment. Oliver realizes that his team does not fight for him anymore, but for the city. Chase attempts to kill Thea, but Roy and Merlyn show up and Chase commits suicide. Oliver and Laurel successful capture Zytle together. On Merlyn’s advice, Oliver takes Thea to the island for training. Laurel finally tells Quentin, who already knows the former’s alter ego, about Sara’s death. In flashbacks, Oliver is captured by A.R.G.U.S. and interrogated for the location of Maseo and his family. Maseo is captured trying to save Oliver. Waller brings Oliver and Maseo to Starling City to find Chien.
First aired – 11 February 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 14 – The Return
While on the island of Lian Yu, Oliver begins Thea’s training. He goes to the A.R.G.U.S. prison to visit with Slade, but he discovers the guard dead and Slade missing. Oliver warns Thea and they find out that Merlyn had Slade freed as part of their training. Slade arrives and captures them, imprisoning them in the A.R.G.U.S. cell. The duo manages to open the doors and escape. Oliver reveals to Thea that she killed Sara. Slade arrives and engages them. Oliver dissuades Thea from killing Slade, who gets imprisoned back in the cell. The duo returns to Starling City, where Thea confronts Merlyn for forcing her to kill Sara. Thea decides to work with him to fight Ra’s, but denounces their personal relationship. Quentin blames Laurel for hiding the truth. In flashbacks, Oliver and Maseo start tracking an employee of Queen Consolidated associated with Chien. Oliver looks in on his family and discovers that Thea is using drugs. Oliver and Maseo acquire the virus and arrest Chien. Oliver is introduced to General Matthew Shrieve, who promises to free him after he is debriefed in China.
First aired – 18 February 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 15 – Nanda Parbat
Oliver and Thea continue their training with Merlyn. Thea confesses the whole truth to Laurel, who instead blames Merlyn; Thea makes a deal to turn him over to the League. Laurel confronts Merlyn and is outmatched, but they are interrupted by Nyssa and the League, and Merlyn is captured. Having imprisoned Nyssa, Oliver decides to go to Nanda Parbat to rescue Merlyn to prevent Thea from blaming herself when she realizes that she has sentenced her father to death. Oliver and Diggle infiltrate Nanda Parbat, but walk into a trap set by Ra’s. Oliver tells Diggle that Thea was not his only motive and he could not accept the defeat from someone else. Diggle states that he considers him a brother. Thea confesses the truth to Nyssa and offers her the chance at revenge, and Ray tests the flight capabilities of his completed A.T.O.M. exo-suit. Instead of killing Oliver, Ra’s expresses his praise for Oliver’s courage and strength, and asks Oliver to replace him as the head of the League. In flashbacks, Oliver is debriefed by Matthew and freed. On their way, Oliver and the Yamashiros are attacked. Oliver flees for safety with Akio, Maseo’s son.
First aired – 25 February 2016
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 16 – The Offer
Ra’s explains that the localized pool of water in Nanda Parbat has healing effects that have allowed him to live far longer than any mortal man. The pool is becoming less effective on him, so Ra’s is looking for a replacement. In a show of good faith to convince Oliver, Ra’s releases Diggle and Merlyn and forgives all blood debts. Oliver returns to Starling and releases Nyssa. Oliver and his team return to stopping crime, but Quentin tells the Arrow that he will not aid him anymore because of hiding Sara’s death. Afterward, Oliver realizes that he is not ready to give up being the Arrow; Oliver informs Maseo of his decision, who warns Oliver of the consequences of defying Ra’s. Upset with Ra’s for his offer to Oliver, Nyssa leaves him and returns to Starling City, befriending Laurel and deciding to train her. Ra’s, dressed as the Arrow, frames the vigilante for murder. Thea leaves Malcolm and moves in Roy’s. In flashbacks to Hong Kong, Oliver and Akio continue to be on the run, during which they seemingly stumble across a woman resembling Shado.
First aired – 18 March 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 17 – Suicidal Tendencies
Diggle and Lyla officially remarry, but Waller interrupts their honeymoon to recruit them for a Suicide Squad mission to rescue Senator Cray from a kidnapping. The kidnapping turns out be a ruse by Cray, to help his bid for President. The team rescues the hostages, but Lawton seemingly sacrifices himself so everyone can get out safely. He is announced responsible for the kidnapping, and Cray’s involvement is covered up. The police issue a warrant for the Arrow, which Ray supports. Oliver discovers that Ra’s has sent multiple assassins to impersonate him. In his new A.T.O.M. suit, Ray locates the Arrow and through facial scans learns his identity. Laurel refuses to accept Ray’s evidence against Oliver. Ray engages Oliver in a fight, but the latter disables Ray’s suit. Oliver convinces Ray that he is being framed. Diggle decides to leave Oliver’s team and Lyla decides to resign from A.R.G.U.S. Maseo, dressed as the Arrow, murders the mayor and shoots another arrow at Felicity. In flashbacks, Lawton struggles to transition back into society from the military, including his wife and child leaving him. Lawton is propositioned by H.I.V.E. to assassinate Andrew Diggle, John’s brother.
First aired – 25 March 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 18 – Public Enemy
Ray takes the arrow for Felicity. Quentin issues an arrest warrant for the Arrow and his team, with shoot to kill orders in effect. Oliver uses Nyssa to track Maseo’s location. Ra’s appears and repeats his demand. The police arrive and Oliver and his team manage to escape. Ra’s kidnaps Quentin and reveals the Arrow’s identity, which Quentin announces at a press conference. Oliver decides to turn himself in in exchange for immunity for his teammates. Roy dresses as the Arrow, stops Oliver’s transport van and surrenders to the police, claiming that he has been the Arrow all along. Meanwhile, Ray is revealed to have developed a deadly thrombus that has no known cure. He reveals to have nanobots that can destroy the clot. Felicity injects them and saves him by the help of Donna. In flashbacks, the woman resembling Shado turns out to be her twin sister Mei. The assailants come after them, but Maseo and Tatsu arrive and rescue them. Before leaving, Oliver tells Mei that Shado and Yao are dead.
First aired – 1 April 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 19 – Broken Arrow
Roy is arrested and the District Attorney decides not to charge Oliver. However, Quentin knows the truth and decides to continue investigating Oliver, who and his team start working on how to stop metahuman Jake Simmons. Oliver enlists Ray’s help. After a failed first attempt, Oliver and Ray sync their movements through a neural network, but when the network malfunctions during the battle, Ray defeats Simmons himself, and places him under S.T.A.R. Labs’ custody. Cisco deduces that Simmons did not acquire his powers from the particle accelerator explosion. With the help of A.R.G.U.S, Roy fakes his own murder so that the public believes the Arrow is dead and Oliver innocent. As a result, Roy is forced to leave the city. Ra’s visits Thea and impales her with his sword. In flashbacks, Oliver infiltrates A.R.G.U.S. to stop Waller, only to discover that she is a prisoner of Shrieve, who was behind the attack and plans to release the virus in Hong Kong. Oliver, Maseo, and Tatsu steal the vaccine and decide to stop Shrieve’s plan.
First aired – 15 April 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 20 – The Fallen
Oliver rushes Thea to a hospital, where her death is said to be apparently inevitable. Maseo contacts Oliver to let him know that if he accepts Ra’s offer, he will be able to use the Lazarus Pit to heal her. Malcolm warns against this, stating that the pit changes a person in their soul, but Oliver decides to take her to Nanda Parbat regardless. Thea is dipped into the pit and returns healed but in a state of confusion, and her memories jumbled. Felicity has sex with Oliver before drugging him so the team can sneak him out of the fortress, which is aided by Maseo. Cornered by the Assassins, Oliver wakes in time to order them to stand down. Afterward, Oliver returns to take his place as head of the League, alone. Thea wakes up in her apartment, her mind clear and distraught that Oliver sacrificed himself for her. Oliver renounces his old life, taking on an apprentice role in the League and the name Al Sah-him until he is ready to take over as the new Ra’s. In flashbacks, Oliver, Maseo, and Tatsu go after the virus, but during a fight it is released.
First aired – 22 April 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 21 – Al Sah-him
Oliver begins his training, which includes breaking down his psyche so that his allegiance is only to the League and his new identity as Al Sah-him. Ra’s recounts the moment that he was chosen to become the leader of the League, and a duel with his best friend Damien Darhk who saw himself as the heir. Ra’s hesitated and Damien fled, stealing from the Lazarus Pit and starting his own group. Damien is revealed to had hired Gholem Qadir and Mark Shaw. Subsequently, Oliver is directed to kill Nyssa. Oliver and the League come to Starling City, where team Arrow announce their protection of Nyssa. Oliver kidnaps Lyla to force the team to give her up. At the exchange, a fight breaks out and Nyssa is taken by the League. Oliver almost kills Diggle, but Thea, in her own suit, arrives and stops him. Felicity reveals to Thea that Roy is alive. In Nanda Parbat Ra’s orders Nyssa to marry Oliver, and Oliver has to use the Alpha/Omega virus to cleanse Starling City as afinal act of commitment. In flashbacks, Oliver, Maseo, and Tatsu, who were vaccinated, watch as the citizens of Hong Kong, including Akio, become infected.
First aired – 29 April 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 22 – This is Your Sword
In flashbacks, Maseo and Oliver go after Shreive to see if he has a cure. They only succeed in leading Shrieve to their location, while Akio dies in Tatsu’s arms. In the present, Diggle and Laurel patrol Starling City, taking on any criminals they find. Thea finds Roy and reunites with him. Oliver learns that Maseo is the one who provided Ra’s with the Omega virus when he originally came to Nanda Parbat. Sneaking away from the castle, Oliver, revealed to have been in league with Malcolm and that his agreement to become Ra’s heir was a charade to get close to Ra’s and slowly dismantle the League from within, tells Malcolm Ra’s plan. On Oliver’s advice, Malcolm uses Tatsu to convince team Arrow of the truth. The team, including Tatsu, Ray, and Malcolm go to Nanda Parbat where Tatsu kills Maseo before they are overrun by the League and captured. Malcolm reveals Oliver’s treachery to Ra’s, whom Oliver manages to convince of his loyalty. Roy secretly leaves Thea. Ra’s exposes the team, excluding Tatsu, to the virus before sealing them away in a cell. Afterward, Oliver and Nyssa get married.
First aired – 6 May 2015
Arrow – Season 3, Episode 23 – My Name is Oliver Queen
While Ra’s and Oliver head toward Starling City, team Arrow wakes in the dungeon. Malcolm informs them that he secretly gave them the vaccine. Barry arrives and frees them. Oliver and Nyssa attack Ra’s and other Assassins. Ra’s escapes with a canister of the virus, vowing to destroy Starling. Ra’s reveals to have four targets. Felicity locates them, and Oliver organizes the team, along with Quentin and the police, to those locations, with Thea arriving in Roy’s suit to help. Oliver duels Ra’s, as the team successfully stops the attack and minimizes the casualties. Oliver kills Ra’s before being saved from the police by Felicity in A.T.O.M. suit. Afterward, Oliver decides to have a normal life with Felicity instead of operating as a vigilante, knowing that there are other vigilantes that can take his place. Oliver cedes the title of Ra’s to Malcolm, to whom Nyssa kneels, but promises vengeance. Ray begins testing a way to miniaturize his ATOM suit, which results in an explosion. In flashbacks, Oliver tortures Shrieve for hours before Maseo executes him. The trio separates and Oliver decides to live a lonely life away from his family. He boards a ship headed to Coast City.
First aired – 13 May 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 1 – Green Arrow
Diggle, Thea, and Laurel continue fighting crime in Starling City, recently renamed ‘Star City’ in the honor of Ray, who apparently died in the explosion. The city’s leadership, which includes Quentin, assemble to discuss a group of criminals named the “Ghosts” who are terrorizing the city. Damien Darhk, revealed to be controlling the Ghosts, systematically begins assassinating the city’s leadership, but fails to kill Quentin. Laurel and Thea convince Oliver, who was trying to propose to Felicity, to return and help them, which Diggle reluctantly approves. Oliver realizes that Felicity has been helping the team, which tracks the Ghosts, where they witness Damien using some form of mystical energy manipulation. Oliver notices Speedy’s excessive aggressiveness. Working together, the team stops Damien’s terrorist attack. Diggle deduces that Damien is leading H.I.V.E. Afterward, Taking the name “Green Arrow”, the vigilante broadcasts a message to the city vowing to be a beacon of hope, while Quentin is revealed to be working with Damien under duress. In flashbacks, Waller finds Oliver and forces him back on Lian Yu to assess a new threat. He is captured upon arrival.
First aired – 7 October 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 2 – The Candidate
The Queen family friend Jessica Danforth decides to run for mayor. During her announcement, she is attacked by Lonnie Machin, an anarchist for hire working for Damien. Queen explains to his sister that her aggressiveness is a result of being in the Lazarus Pit. Diggle tells Laurel about H.I.V.E. The team successfully stops Machin, but Speedy sets him on fire in the process. Later, Machin escapes police custody. Laurel decides to take Thea back to Nanda Parbat both to find a way to stop the aggression and to bring Sara’s body to the pit. Queen decides to run for mayor after Danforth backs out of the race. Meanwhile, Felicity takes over for Ray at the company and tasks an operative named Curtis Holt to find a way to save the financial crisis. In flashbacks, Oliver kills the soldier and is tasked by Waller to infiltrate the local military operation run by an officer named Reiter. Reiter decides to recruit Oliver for his cause instead of killing him.
First aired – 14 October 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 3 – Restoration
Laurel and Thea arrive in Nanda Parbat and request Merlyn to use the Lazarus Pit for Sara. He initially refuses and tells Thea that she needs to kill some people once in a while to suppress the lust. In order to appease her, he eventually agrees to revive Sara. When Sara returns feral, Nyssa destroys the Lazarus Pit in retaliation, and Merlyn has her imprisoned. Meanwhile, an A.R.G.U.S. operative delivers Diggle information on a H.I.V.E. operative, Mina Fayad. Fayad meets with Damien about the growing issue with the vigilantes in Star City. She brings in a metahuman named Jeremy Tell, who can turn his playing card tattoos into physical projectiles. After Tell’s initial failure, Damien kills Fayad for challenging him. Felicity reveals to Holt that she is aiding Green Arrow. Diggle and Green Arrow team up and take down Tell, who refuses to talk because of fearing Damien more. He is imprisoned in Iron Heights. In flashbacks, in order to impress his handler, Queen uses torture techniques to interrogate the prisoners who are being used to harvest heroin-cocaine hybrid plants. He secretly frees a woman.
First aired – 21 October 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 4 – Beyond Redemption
Quentin has Green Arrow look into the death of two police officers and the team discovers they were killed by members of the Anti-Vigilante Task Force. Laurel brings Quentin to see Sara, who is chained up in the basement of Laurel’s apartment. Smoak identifies Liza Warner as a suspect and, while searching for her, Oliver discovers Quentin meeting with Darhk and confronts Quentin, who reveals that Darhk threatened to kill Laurel. Darhk advises Quentin to kill Sara; but Laurel dissuades him. Green Arrow and the team stop the corrupt officers before Liza attempts to kill the vigilante; but Quentin convinces her to surrender. Later, Queen asks Quentin to spy on Darhk and announces his candidacy, Smoak opens an audio of Palmer’s apparent final moments, and Laurel discovers that Sara has escaped. In flashbacks, Queen gets Taiana, the woman, to a cave and convinces officer Conklin of her death; but he discovers his communication device with Waller.
First aired – 28 October 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 5 – Haunted
In flashbacks, Reiter dismisses Conklin’s accusation. Instead, he introduces them to a recent captive named John Constantine, who escapes and forces Queen to help him locate a mystical object on the island. Afterwards, Constantine warns Queen to be wary of Reiter’s real plans and uses the object to cast a spell on the him. In the present, Sara starts killing women and Green Arrow discovers she is alive. The team realizes that Sara is looking for Thea and plans to kill her. They capture Sara and Oliver contacts John, who helps restore Sara’s soul. Meanwhile, Darhk gives Quentin a new task to install a computer virus in a security company. Diggle goes along and sees his brother’s name among the list of individuals being deleted by the virus. Later, Smoak and Holt learn that Palmer is still alive and Diggle learns that his brother was killed because he was a drug cartel leader.
First aired – 4 November 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 6 – Lost Souls
As Oliver works on his campaign, Felicity continues searching for Ray with the help of Curtis. Ray is able to send a new message, letting Felicity know that he survived the explosion because his suit successfully shrank him down to a small size, that he is being held prisoner, and where to find the schematics to build a device to return him to his normal size. In a second message, Felicity discovers that Darhk is the one imprisoning Ray, hoping to get the technology from his suit. The team tracks Darhk to his hideout and, with the device created by Curtis, they successfully save and restore Ray. Thea starts dating Alex while Quentin and Donna start their own date. Darhk orders tests a power source made from Ray’s technology on a mystical board. Meanwhile, Sara struggles with the bloodlust and decides to leave Star City to gain control. In flashbacks, Reiter sends Oliver on a search for another ancient ruin that is supposed to yield a “gift” for Reiter. Conklin has a worker turn on Oliver, who kills him, giving the former the opportunity to question Oliver’s motives.
First aired – 11 November 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 7 – Brotherhood
While Ray refuses to return to Palmer Tech, H.I.V.E. destroy money meant for the city bank. John gives Oliver information that H.I.V.E. murdered his brother Andy because he was a criminal rival. Darhk tells Quentin about his knowledge of the latter’s betrayal. The team heads to a lab, where they are attacked by Darhk’s group and John discovers that Andy is still alive, working for H.I.V.E. John refuses to see Andy as anything more than a traitor, unworthy of saving. The team finds out that Darhk uses pills to control his operatives’ minds, which could have been administered to Andy. They locate him and the rest of H.I.V.E, successfully extracting Andy with help from Ray and John, who confronts Andy with the documents, which Andy confirms. After an encounter with Darhk, Thea learns that his powers may help cure her bloodlust permanently after Darhk’s failure to drain her lifeforce. In flashbacks, Conklin reveals that the worker Oliver killed was Taiana’s brother, diverting accusation from the former. However, Reiter finds the truth by a mystical object and has Oliver whip Conklin as punishment. Oliver later convinces Taiana to help him find a map.
First aired – 19 November 2014
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 8 – Legends of Yesterday
Malcolm orchestrates a meeting between Savage, Barry, and Oliver. Savage demands they turn over Kendra and Carter or he will destroy both Central City and Star City with the Staff of Horus. They devise a plan to deliver the pair as a ruse to get close enough to destroy the staff. The plan fails; Kendra and Carter are killed and Savage uses the staff to destroy everyone else in the city. Barry escapes and runs fast enough to go back in time to the point of the original negotiation. Barry informs Oliver of his time travel and the mistakes that led to their defeat. They change their approach to the plan and Barry is able to steal the staff. He and Oliver use it on Savage, burning his body. Afterward, Kendra and Carter decide to use their powers to help others in another city. Cisco gives her a tracking device. Meanwhile, Oliver learns about his son, William, and accepts Samantha’s condition not to tell William or anyone else about the paternity in order to be able to see William. Malcolm collects Savage’s ashes, repeating the words Savage said the first time he killed the pair.
First aired – 2 December 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 9 – Dark Waters
Oliver’s campaign starts an initiative to clean up the Star City bay. Darhk sends a drone to the bay and begins shooting at the citizens helping, injuring several. In response, Oliver reveals Darhk to the media as the leader of H.I.V.E. and the Ghosts. In retaliation, Darhk crashes Oliver’s campaign holiday party and kidnaps John, Felicity, and Thea. Oliver makes contact and agrees to exchange himself for them. Darhk tricks Oliver and attempts to kill them all in front of him. Malcolm, dressed as Green Arrow, and Laurel arrive and rescue everyone. Afterward, Oliver proposes to Felicity, who accepts. As they leave, Darhk’s men shoot up Oliver’s limo and hit Felicity while Darhk reunites with his wife and daughter. Meanwhile, H.I.V.E’s plan, titled Genesis, is revealed to include mass growing of corn in a large field. In flashbacks, Oliver returns to the ship the Amazo and acquires the maps. However, Conklin finds Taiana alive and confronts Oliver.
First aired – 9 December 2015
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 10 – Blood Debts
While Felicity goes under multiple surgeries, Oliver and the team continue searching for Darhk. Oliver turns to Quentin for information on Darhk’s location, while John interrogates his brother Andy. They track down Darhk’s location, but find only several dead Ghost soldiers and an anarchy symbol, deducing that Machin is back and out for revenge against Darhk. Machin is caught and Oliver interrogates him before freeing him to go after Darhk, tracking him in the process. Andy reveals Darhk’s family house, where Machin goes too; the team arrives and saves Darhk’s family, but Machin escapes. Darhk grants Oliver time to spend with his own family before Darhk can kill him. Meanwhile, Felicity is left paralyzed from being shot. John regains his relationship with Andy. Darhk’s wife, Ruvé, is revealed to be his accomplice and H.I.V.E’s plan is revealed to be destroying the world and rebuilding it. In flashbacks, Conklin presents his proof to Reiter, who allows the former to whip Oliver as punishment, until Reiter notices the spell on Oliver’s abdomen. In exchange for Taiana’s safety, Oliver agrees to help Reiter.
First aired – 20 January 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 11 – A.W.O.L.
Felicity returns home from the hospital, trying to figure out her place on the team now that she is a paraplegic. An A.R.G.U.S. agent seeks out John and Lyla for assistance, but is kidnapped before he can tell the pair anything. The pair goes to Waller, who secretly gives her a portable hard drive that reveals the operative was taken by an organization known as “Shadowspire”. John recognizes the name and recounts first meeting the war profiteering group in Afghanistan. With Andy’s help, the team tracks Shadowspire. Oliver pressures Felicity for help, who has started having hallucinations of her hacker past self. Shadowspire infiltrates A.R.G.U.S. looking for the access codes to a project known as “Rubicon”, killing Waller when she refuses to help. Oliver and the team, with Felicity’s assistance, enter A.R.G.U.S. and stop Shadowspire. Oliver vows to look for a way to cure Felicity’s paralysis; and John takes Andy to his house. In flashbacks, Reiter is revealed as the leader of Shadowspire.
First aired – 27 January 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 12 – Unchained
The team goes after a burglar and Oliver and Thea manage to corner him. He escapes when Thea loses consciousness. Malcolm reveals to Oliver that since she has not taken a life, the bloodlust is killing her. Oliver finds out that the burglar is Roy. They free Roy from the control of a man who goes by the name Calculator. Felicity tracks the Calculator through the web, who reveals he intends to shut down the entire city, killing everyone in the process. The team manages to stop the plan. Meanwhile, Ruve enters the mayoral race, Thea slips into a coma, the Calculator is revealed to be Felicity’s father, Noah Kuttler. Roy decides to leave again. Nyssa escapes her cell in Nanda Parbat, visits Tatsu and somehow convinces her to give her Lotus, a cure for Thea’s bloodlust. She demands Oliver to kill Malcolm in exchange for Lotus. In flashbacks, Reiter tortures Oliver for information on the maps he acquired. Oliver has a mystical meeting with the soul of Shado, who gives him a special stone. He reveals to Taiana that he killed her brother.
First aired – 3 February 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 13 – Sins of the Father
Oliver refuses Nyssa’s offer; instead, he manages to convince Malcolm to relinquish control of the League to Nyssa in exchange for the Lotus. At the exchange, Malcolm double-crosses Nyssa and a war starts between the two Assassin factions in Star City. Oliver convinces Malcolm to challenge Nyssa to a duel. Oliver uses ancient rules to trade places with Nyssa as her husband. The former bests Malcolm but, instead of killing him, cuts off the hand wearing the Demon’s Head ring and exchanges the ring for the Lotus. However, Nyssa disbands the League and destroys the ring. Malcolm informs Darhk about Oliver’s son, William. Meanwhile, Noah reveals to Felicity that he is the Calculator, claiming to have changed into a good person. She finds out that he is lying and turns him over to the police. In flashbacks, Taiana takes the stone from Oliver and gives it to Reiter, demanding her freedom, which Reiter refuses to do and tasks her to help Oliver recover. She later reconciles with him. Reiter informs Oliver that the stone led to the location of what he seeks; and they are going to “dig”.
First aired – 10 February 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 14 – Code of Silence
Malcolm joins Darhk, Ruvé, and the other leaders of H.I.V.E. and it is revealed that they are moving on to “Phase 5” of their plan. Darhk sends a group of mercenaries, known as the Demolition Team, to take out Quentin, whom Laurel saves. With Curtis’ help, Felicity realizes that the Demolition Team is planning to destroy the building of the mayoral debate between Oliver and Ruvé, leaving her alive as a sympathetic survivor. Oliver and his team stop the mercenaries in time for Oliver to win the debate. Oliver and Felicity become engaged and Curtis presents her a device that can cure her paralysis. Darhk kidnaps William. Meanwhile, Thea finds out about William and supports Oliver’s decision to hide it from Felicity. Quentin tells Donna about his previous involvement with Darhk. In flashbacks, in order to gain the approval of the prisoners, Oliver kills Conklin, who reveals that Reiter plans to kill all the prisoners after he finds his “ultimate power”.
First aired – 17 February 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 15 – Taken
Darhk demands Oliver withdraw from the mayoral race in exchange for William. Oliver reveals the truth about William to the rest of the team while revealing his alter ego to Samantha. He asks a Detroit-based vigilante named Mari McCabe for help, as her powers are derived from magic. Mari tracks William’s location; but they fail to rescue him. Oliver withdraws from the race while the team discovers the root of Darhk’s powers and sets a plan to destroy his mystical idol. The plan works; Darhk is left powerless and arrested, while William is saved. They also discover that Malcolm was the one who kidnapped William. Later, Oliver sends William and his mother away for safety, planning to reveal the truth to William when he is 18. Felicity decides to break up with Oliver while she recovers her ability to walk. In flashbacks, a passage is discovered that leads to Reiter’s “ultimate power” and the spell on Oliver’s stomach allows him to pass unharmed.
First aired – 24 February 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 16 – Broken Hearts
Carrie Cutter returns to Star City and begins targeting high profile couples. While the team works to track her whereabouts and prevent any more killings, Laurel works on Darhk’s prosecution. After several failed attempts to find a suitable witness, Quentin testifies to his involvement. The team discovers that Carrie is targeting couples that have recently been married. In order to draw her out, Oliver convinces Felicity to stage a “secret” wedding with him to set themselves up as targets, intentionally leaking the information to the media. The plan works and Carrie attacks Oliver and Felicity at the ceremony. Felicity distracts her long enough for Diggle and Thea to apprehend her. Darhk’s bail is denied and is remanded into custody. Quentin is suspended pending an investigation, while Felicity quits the team for good. In custody, Darhk is shown wearing a mystical ring he secretly carried inside. In flashbacks, Oliver leads Reiter to a mystical idol, but steals it and runs off into the tunnels with Taiana. The pair incapacitate two mercenaries and acquire their guns.
First aired – 23 March 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 17 – Beacon of Hope
Brie Larvan orchestrates her release from prison and travels to Star City in search of the bio-mechanical chip that helps Felicity walk. Brie attacks Palmer Tech, holding the board hostage until Felicity turns herself over. Curtis tracks down Oliver’s hideout, discovering his secret in the process, so that he can offer his help to the team to save Felicity, Donna, and Thea. Oliver is stung by one of Brie’s robotic bees. Curtis realizes the sting actually implanted a bee within Oliver that is replicating itself. Laurel uses her Canary Cry to save Oliver. Felicity is able to evacuate the board members, while Brie reveals she is after the chip because she has a tumor that is going to leave her paralyzed. Curtis develops a virus to shut down the bees and uses them to stop Brie. Meanwhile, Malcolm visits Darhk and informs him that H.I.V.E. is proceeding with “Genesis” without the latter, who later gains the loyalty of Michael Amar. Andy is revealed to be still allegiant to Darhk. In flashbacks, Oliver engages Reiter, whose powers from the idol dwindle; and the latter escapes into the tunnels to recover it. Oliver and Taiana decide to save the prisoners instead.
First aired – 30 March 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 18 – Eleven-Fifty-Nine
Andy tells John that he was approached by Malcolm about a plan to break Darhk out of prison. Oliver and John foil H.I.V.E.’s plan, but it turns out to be a ruse designed to let Malcolm and his loyal Assassins invade the bunker and steal Darhk’s idol. Malcolm delivers the idol to Darhk, who finds out that it is incomplete. John reveals to Andy that he personally hid the missing piece in another location. Oliver becomes suspicious of Andy. Darhk and Amar orchestrate a prison riot and the team sets out to stop him with Andy joining them. However, when the team reaches Darhk, Andy turns on them and gives Darhk the missing piece to his idol. With his powers restored, Darhk subdues the team and stabs Laurel before escaping with Malcolm, Andy, and tens of other inmates. Laurel later dies at the hospital. In flashbacks, Oliver and Taiana help the prisoners escape and set off a bomb to bury Reiter in the tunnels. Reiter kills his two accompanying mercenaries in order to survive by the idol.
First aired – 6 April 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 19 – Canary Cry
As the team, including the rejoined Felicity, mourns Laurel’s death and tries to determine their next move against Darhk, another woman posing as the Black Canary appears in Star City. She turns out to be Evelyn Sharp, the daughter of H.I.V.E. prisoners who were left behind after Oliver saved his team when they were kidnapped by Darhk previously. John, angry at being betrayed by Andy, goes after Ruvé, the new mayor; but Oliver intervenes. Ruvé issues arrest warrants for all vigilantes. Sharp goes after Ruvé publicly, but Oliver is able to dissuade her from killing Ruvé. Meanwhile, Quentin starts looking for ways to revive Laurel; but Oliver manages to dissuade him. At Laurel’s funeral, Oliver reveals her as the Black Canary to preserve her image with the city. Afterwards, Oliver vows to find a way to defeat and kill Darhk. In flashbacks, Oliver and Laurel struggle to come to terms with Tommy Merlyn’s death. In the end, Oliver leaves Laurel to cope on her own and returns to Lian Yu.
First aired – 27 April 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 20 – Genesis
Darhk returns to H.I.V.E. and kills two of the board members before renewing his plans for “Genesis”. Oliver and Felicity go to Hub City and meet an immortal shaman, Fortuna, who starts educating Oliver about dark magic. After a mystical ritual, Fortuna tells Oliver that the darkness inside him is too strong to channel the light. In Star City, John locates Andy, but is captured after a brief shootout. Andy puts a tracking device on him, then allows John to escape so that Darhk and his team can go after John and Lyla and steal “Rubicon”, the key to the world’s nuclear weapons. Oliver manages to stop Darhk by channeling the power of light, nullifying Darhk’s powers and forcing him to retreat. John kills Andy. Meanwhile, Thea and Alex, who is working for Ruve now, go to an unknown city for vacation. She soon realizes that the city is atypical and finds out that Alex is using Darhk’s mind control pills. She is subdued by Darhk’s operatives and the city is revealed to be under Star City. The team realizes that Darhk plans to detonate nuclear weapons and build a new world over the ashes.
First aired – 4 May 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 21 – Monument Point
Darhk begins taking control of the world’s nuclear missiles. The team seeks out Noah to help disable Rubicon. Darhk sends Danny Brickwell and Amar to find and kill Noah, but Oliver and his team are able to rescue him. Noah agrees to help, but it requires a high-powered processor from Palmer Tech. Felicity learns she has been fired as CEO and is unable to get the processor, forcing the team to break in and steal it. H.I.V.E. locates the team when Noah hacks into Rubicon. As H.I.V.E. attacks, Felicity and Noah shut down Rubicon and stop all the missiles but one, which launches and heads to Monument Point. Felicity only manages to redirect it to Havenrock, reducing the casualties to tens of thousands. Oliver and Diggle find Darhk in the Star City nexus chamber, gathering more power from all the deaths caused by the explosion. Meanwhile in the underground city, Malcolm tells Thea it is designed to protect Darhk and his chosen people from the nuclear apocalypse. Lonnie attacks the city and kills Alex. In flashbacks, Reiter escapes the cave-in, but Oliver and Taiana steal the idol back. The idol then begins to affect Taiana.
First aired – 11 May 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 22 – Lost in the Flood
His power grown exponentially, Darhk attempts to reactivate “Rubicon” with the help of Felicity’s former boyfriend, Cooper, and launch the remaining missiles. However, Noah, Felicity, and Curtis successfully shut down “Rubicon” for good. Meanwhile, Oliver and Diggle discover the underground town and track Thea’s whereabouts. Malcolm uses a mind-controlling drug on her which makes her turn on Oliver, but Oliver manages to talk her back to reality. Just then, Machin takes over H.I.V.E.’s command center and threatens to destroy Darhk’s town. Oliver, Diggle, and Thea intercede, but the main power source gets ruptured and explodes, destroying the city. The town is evacuated and Machin escapes, but not before killing Ruvé. Donna convinces Noah to leave and never come back. Darhk decides to use “Rubicon” to destroy the whole Earth and shows up at Oliver’s home, where Felicity, Donna, and Curtis are. In flashbacks, the idol begins to slowly corrupt Taiana, feeding her ever more power from each soldier she and Oliver kill. Oliver takes the idol and tries to talk her down, but Reiter suddenly arrives and confronts them both.
First aired – 18 May 2016
Arrow – Season 4, Episode 23 – Schism
Darhk steals the laptop keeping him locked out of “Rubicon” and launches over 15,000 nuclear missiles, giving the team two hours to prevent worldwide annihilation. With Star City citizens rioting, Oliver addresses everyone directly, inspiring hope in them to stay strong, while Felicity and Curtis divert the missile aimed at Star City. Oliver goes after Darhk, while Felicity, Merlyn, and Thea track down “Rubicon”. Felicity convinces Cooper to stop helping Darhk, at the cost of his life. Curtis devises a means to stop the missiles. Oliver is able to nullify Darhk’s powers with the hope he inspired throughout the city. While the citizens of Star City take on Darhk’s remaining men, Oliver duels and kills Darhk. Afterward, Thea, Diggle and Lance, who gets fired from SCPD, leave the team for new lives, and the city council appoints Oliver as the interim mayor. In flashbacks, Oliver and Taiana manage to kill Reiter. She then convinces him to kill her when she is unable to escape the darkness within. Oliver radios Waller to rescue the rest of the prisoners and keep the idol safe, intending to go to Russia to meet Taiana’s family as he promised.
First aired – 25 May 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 1 – Legacy
Five months after the death of Damien Darhk, Oliver is distracted from his new duties as mayor due to continuing as Green Arrow alone, his old team members having gone their separate ways. He is encouraged by Felicity to build a new team by recruiting the amateur vigilantes now working in Star City, like Rene Ramirez. A new criminal crew appears, headed by Tobias Church, and kidnaps Mayor Queen in a bid to draw out and kill the Green Arrow, thereby taking over the city. He is rescued by Speedy, but she permanently quits the team after seeing that Oliver is again willing to kill. Church escapes from the Green Arrow and a team of several police officers, then later unites all the organized crime cartels and street gangs under his leadership. Oliver finally agrees to form a new team and includes Curtis at the latter’s request. Elsewhere, a mysterious hooded figure in black kills a policeman in cold blood. In a flashback, Oliver encounters his old friend Anatoli Knyazev in Russia. Anatoli agrees to help him kill Konstantin Kovar, the tyrant running Taiana’s village, by initiating him to the Bratva, the only group that can possibly defeat Kovar.
First aired – 5 October 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 2 – The Recruits
Green Arrow recruits Rene, Evelyn Sharp, and Curtis and begins training them using an exercise from his Bratva initiation, revealed through flashbacks. As mayor, Oliver arranges to have AmerTek provide free medical care for Star City’s disenfranchised at a special clinic. A new metahuman, “Ragman”, appears and starts attacking AmerTek executives. The recruits leave Green Arrow because they do not trust him. Thea discovers that AmerTek CEO Janet Carroll is working with Church and Felicity learns that it was AmerTek’s nuclear missiles that Damien Darhk used to try and destroy the world. Ragman and Green Arrow stop an arms buy between Carroll and Church. Ragman later reveals that he was the only survivor of the Haven Rock bombing. Green Arrow convinces him to put aside vengeance and join his team. Later, Oliver reveals his identity to the other recruits as a sign of trust and they agree to rejoin the team. Thea decides to appoint Quentin as Deputy Mayor. Church is attacked by the mysterious archer who calls himself “Prometheus”, who wants to personally kill Green Arrow. Meanwhile, Diggle, back in the Army and on a covert operation, is ambushed by his superior, who plans to sell a nuclear trigger and frame Diggle.
First aired – 12 October 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 3 – A Matter of Trust
Green Arrow investigates a new drug, “Stardust”, but still believes his team is not ready for the streets. While he is being informed about Prometheus, Rene and Evelyn secretly raid Stardust dealer Derek Sampson’s warehouse. The raid goes wrong and Sampson ends up with superhuman strength and an inability to feel pain. Oliver learns what happened from District Attorney Adrian Chase, convincing him that he still cannot trust his recruits. Felicity advises him to accept the recruits as they are and Green Arrow finally uses his new team to stop Sampson from creating more superhumans. Oliver also publicly endorses Thea’s decision to appoint Quentin as Deputy Mayor after negative news stories almost cause her to resign. Felicity admits to Rory, the Ragman, that she was the one responsible for Haven Rock. Diggle is incarcerated and hallucinates Floyd Lawton as his cellmate due to guilt over killing his brother. Afterward, he tells Lyla that he will not fight the charges against him, so she asks Oliver to help her break Diggle out of prison. Flashbacks focus on Anatoli teaching Oliver the need to trust his brothers in the Bratva.
First aired – 19 October 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 4 – Penance
Oliver’s team captures an associate of Church’s and delivers him and his loot to the SCPD. Afterward, Rory formally leaves the team, saying that he cannot work with Felicity. Oliver leaves Star City to help Lyla break Diggle out of prison over Felicity and the team’s objections. Quentin and Adrian personally deliver the evidence to the SCPD, which turns out to be a disguised bomb. The explosion allows Church’s group to break in and steal weapons from evidence. Oliver infiltrates a federal prison and locates Diggle, who agrees to escape to safeguard Oliver. Oliver takes him and Lyla to a H.I.V.E. safe house. Felicity attempts to reconcile matters with Rory. She and the team determine that Church is planning an assault on the SCPD’s anti-crime unit, where Adrian is interrogating Church’s man. Rory rejoins the team and they help everyone inside escape the attack. However, Curtis is injured and Church captures Rene, intending to torture him to death. Oliver returns and vows to rescue Rene, while Adrian decides to trust the vigilantes’ motives. In flashbacks, Anatoli tasks Oliver with gaining information from, and then killing, an associate of Kovar. Oliver completes the assignment and Anatoli welcomes him into the Bratva.
First aired – 26 October 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 5 – Human Target
Oliver rescues Rene, who tells him that he gave up Green Arrow’s true identity to Church. Church plans to kill Oliver as the Mayor instead of as the vigilante. Diggle rejoins the team and suggests that bodyguard Christopher Chance, the “Human Target”, could be able to help them. Christopher impersonates Oliver at City Hall and fakes the Mayor’s death when Church’s mercenary attacks. The team realizes that Church plans to consolidate the drug traffic of five cities through Star City, needing Green Arrow eliminated for his plan to succeed. Oliver and his team, joined by Diggle and Christopher, raid Church’s meeting and capture him along with several other crime lords. Oliver publicly claims that his faked death was part of a sting operation. Prometheus kills Church during transport, despite Church telling him Green Arrow’s identity. Television reporter Susan Williams obtains evidence that Oliver was in Russia during the time he was supposedly stranded on the island. Meanwhile, Oliver finds out that Felicity is dating Billy Malone, a police detective recently assigned to the Anti-Crime Unit. In flashbacks, Oliver is ambushed by other Bratva members. However, the men are killed by Christopher, whom Anatoli had hired to protect Oliver.
First aired – 2 November 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 6 – So it Begins
Oliver, Diggle, and Felicity privately track Prometheus, who starts killing seemingly random civilians with throwing stars. A news report on the killings causes tension in the city and angers the recruits, since they were not informed. Felicity steals one of the stars from Billy to examine it. A pattern between the victims relates to Oliver’s list from when he first started out as the Hood. This further angers the recruits, Evelyn most of all, as they did not know about Oliver’s “kill list” from when he initially returned. Felicity uses the pattern to predict future victims and the team splits up. Evelyn encounters Prometheus and engages him, managing to cut his arm before being overpowered. Oliver then arrives, but Prometheus escapes. Meanwhile, Thea discovers that Quentin never quit drinking. Evelyn reconciles with Oliver and Felicity tells Billy that she works with the Green Arrow, which intrigues him. She later tells Oliver that evidence she has discovered suggests that Prometheus could be an SCPD officer; Quentin is shown waking from an alcohol-induced sleep with a slash across his arm and a throwing star in his possession. In flashbacks, during a Bratva operation, Oliver is abducted by Kovar’s men and taken to him.
First aired – 11 November 2015
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 7 – Vigilante
A new vigilante appears in Star City, one who kills criminals in cold blood. Quentin tenders his resignation as Deputy Mayor. He later tells Thea about the throwing star and his drunken blackouts, but believes he is being set up. The team intercepts the Vigilante during a bank robbery, but he gets away, as does Eric Dunn, the head of the robbers. D.A. Chase forces one of the other robbers to reveal Dunn’s location and Green Arrow saves him from the Vigilante. Thea convinces Quentin to go into rehabilitation, while Oliver and Susan start getting closer. The team poses as bank robbers to lure out the Vigilante, who again escapes even after Oliver defeats and nearly unmasks him. Thea tells Oliver about Quentin and the possibility of his being framed; they deduce that Prometheus must know Green Arrow’s identity. Evelyn is revealed to be working for Prometheus. In flashbacks, Kovar introduces Oliver to his servant Galina, Taiana’s mother. He also claims that the Bratva have only been using Oliver for their own ends, including making a deal with him. Kovar then releases Oliver back to the Bratva.
First aired – 16 November 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 8 – Invasion!
Oliver finds himself back at Queen Manor; both his parents are alive, he is about to be married to Laurel Lance, and Diggle is the Hood. However, it is revealed that he, Diggle, Thea, Sara, and Ray are all being held unconscious inside pods aboard the Dominator mothership. Meanwhile, Felicity, Curtis, and Cisco Ramon try to hack into the Dominators’ mainframe using a piece of their technology. The team recovers a necessary device with the help of the Flash and Supergirl and manages to locate the others. Oliver begins seeing flashes of his former life, as do Sara and Ray. All five captives soon realize that they are inside a shared hallucination. Their escape attempt is blocked by manifestations of Malcolm Merlyn, Deathstroke, Damien Darhk, and their mercenaries. The group defeats all of them, then leaves the dream and awakens inside the ship. Escaping in a shuttle, they are rescued by the Waverider. Ray deduces that the Dominators were gathering information from their minds to help them complete a special “weapon,” using the hallucination as a distraction. The team learns that the Dominator mothership is headed toward Earth.
First aired – 30 November 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 9 – What We Leave Behind
Prometheus obtains further intel about the team from Evelyn. He then attacks and hospitalizes Curtis, injecting him with a tuberculosis vaccine developed by Justin Claybourne, a corrupt pharmaceutical manufacturer named on Oliver’s former kill list. Flashbacks show that Oliver killed Claybourne after discovering that he financed a TB epidemic, then raised the price on his drug to boost his company’s profits. When the team tracks down Prometheus, Evelyn reveals her true allegiance and escapes with Prometheus. Investigating Prometheus on his own, Billy sends information he discovers to Felicity just before the villain captures him. The information turns out to be about Claybourne’s illegitimate son, who may now be seeking retribution. Oliver deduces that Prometheus is at the former office building of the corporation that created the epidemic and goes there alone. He finds that Prometheus has staged it to resemble Oliver’s prior attack. Oliver kills Prometheus, only to discover he has actually killed a gagged Billy, whom the real Prometheus set up as himself to trick Oliver. Curtis’ husband Paul leaves him after discovering Curtis is a vigilante; Felicity mourns Billy’s death; Diggle is recaptured; Oliver finds what seems to be Laurel Lance alive and well inside the lair.
First aired – 7 December 2016
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 10 – Who Are You?
Oliver welcomes the seemingly-revived Laurel into the team, but it becomes clear that she is Laurel’s Earth-2 doppelganger, having been broken out of S.T.A.R. Labs by Prometheus. Laurel escapes and calls Oliver for a meeting, which ends in her capture. Learning about Paul, Rene convinces Curtis to focus on his capabilities, not his flaws. Oliver places Laurel in an A.R.G.U.S. facility, hoping to change her one day. Oliver reveals his plans to follow their Laurel’s dying wish, to find a new Black Canary. In a bar in Hub City, a woman with a sonic scream stops an attempted assault in a bar. Meanwhile, Oliver convinces Adrian to represent John. The latter’s corrupt superior, General Walker, arrives to transfer him into custody, but Adrian manages to keep John in his jurisdiction. In flashbacks, Gregor, the Bratva traitor, attempts to force Oliver’s obedience, but the latter is rescued by a female archer named Talia.
First aired – 25 January 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 11 – Second Chances
During the S.T.A.R. Labs incident, CCPD undercover officer Tina Boland develops a sonic scream after watching her partner die at the hands of drug dealer Sean Sonus. In the present day, Adrian tells Oliver that the NSA had been investigating Walker, but its file has disappeared. While Felicity tries to locate it, Oliver takes Rene and Curtis to Hub City to recruit Tina. She initially refuses to join, but the team intercepts her attacking Sonus, who is also a metahuman with sonic powers. Sonus escapes and Oliver reveals his identity to convince Tina to let him help her. Oliver’s team helps her defeat the dealers during a shipment, but Oliver fails to dissuade her from killing Sonus. Meanwhile, Felicity meets with a hacktivist whom she inspired during her college days and receives the file against Walker along with a cache of other secret information. With the file, Adrian manages to get John released. Tina meets Oliver and agrees to join the team, revealing that her real name is Dinah Drake. In flashbacks, Talia helps Oliver kill an important associate of Kovar’s. She also urges Oliver to become the avenger his father wanted him to be for Starling City.
First aired – 1 January 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 12 – Bratva
In flashbacks, Oliver and Talia kill an illegal drug merchant from Robert Queen’s list. Talia again presses Oliver to return home, but he chooses instead to help Anatoli kill Gregor. In the present, the team learns that Walker is in Russia for a deal with Markovian terrorists. Oliver takes everyone except Rene, who is tasked with helping Quentin prepare for an interview with Susan. Anatoli refuses to help Oliver unless he does something criminal in return, which Oliver initially refuses to do. After Felicity blackmails a Russian analyst, the team manages to capture Walker’s henchman, whom John tortures to no avail. In order to prevent John and Felicity from acting against their own morals, Oliver accepts Anatoli’s terms and attacks a rival with Dinah’s assistance. Team Arrow and the Bratva intercept Walker’s deal; John decides to spare Walker, who is then arrested by the Military Police, while Rory uses his rags to contain the nuclear blast of Walker’s failsafe bomb. Upon returning, Oliver sleeps with Susan, who later stealthily deduces his alter-ego after learning about a similar hooded vigilante who was in Russia five years ago. Rory tells Felicity that his rags do not function anymore and that he needs to leave temporarily. Meanwhile, with Rene’s help, Quentin’s interview is successful, and they become friends.
First aired – 8 February 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 13 – Spectre of the Gun
Sixteen months ago, Rene watched as his wife, an addict, was killed by a dealer in front of their daughter, Zoe, who was transferred to foster care, barring Rene from seeing her. He was inspired by the Green Arrow killing Darhk and saving Star City and decided to start his vigilantism. In the present, Rene now works for Quentin as his assistant. An armed man attacks city hall, killing seven staff members and wounding several others. Felicity identifies the shooter as James Edlund, a former clerk and a proponent of gun control who lost his family in a shootout months prior. Thea and Quentin encourage Oliver to deal with the situation as the mayor, not the vigilante. Oliver decides to work with the city council towards a gun control act. Rene and Curtis locate Edlund’s hideout and find his next target, where Oliver confronts Edlund as the mayor and dissuades him from killing anyone, convincing him to surrender. Oliver reaches an agreement with the council with Rene’s help. Curtis promises to help Rene get Zoe back legally. Meanwhile, John convinces Dinah to return to normal life. She enlists in the SCPD.
First aired – 15 February 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 14 – The Sin-Eater
Oliver meets Prometheus’ alleged mother, but she refuses to help him. During a prison transfer, Chien, Carrie, and Warner kill the guards and escape. Oliver appoints Dinah as an SCPD officer. Pike receives evidence that the Green Arrow killed Malone and orders a manhunt. Oliver and Quentin track down the trio, but they escape due to the intervention of the ACU. Oliver surmises that Prometheus is responsible for sending the evidence. Susan asks Oliver if he is the Green Arrow and he says no. Thea discredits her by having Felicity hack Susan’s files and insert proof that she committed plagiarism. Susan gets angry with Oliver, who then confronts Thea. He reveals the circumstances surrounding Malone’s death to Pike. The team intercepts the trio stealing money from a stash left by Church, but are ambushed by their mercenaries. The ACU arrives and arrests the trio, allowing Team Arrow to leave. Quentin gives Dinah his blessing to assume the Black Canary identity. Word of the cover-up is later leaked to the media and the allegations are serious enough that impeachment is on the table. In flashbacks, Oliver and Anatoli engage Gregor and his men. Gregor prepares to kill Anatoli.
First aired – 22 February 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 15 – Fighting Fire with Fire
Oliver’s impeachment process begins, with Adrian serving as his attorney. The Vigilante starts targeting the former, but is opposed by Prometheus, who is revealed to be Adrian. Using Pandora, Felicity and Thea learn about a secret that can be used to blackmail an alderman. Oliver and John dissuade them from using it. Using a piece of the Vigilante’s visor, Curtis manages to track him down to where he plans to assassinate Oliver. To give himself a fighting chance to remain mayor, Oliver publicly disavows the Green Arrow as a “cop killer,” stating his motive for the cover-up was to protect the people from losing hope. The Vigilante escapes. The council votes against impeachment, but Thea resigns from Oliver’s administration in order to work on her morality. Paul decides to divorce Curtis. Susan gets her job back due to Felicity’s anonymous testimony. Felicity then secretly joins Helix. Adrian aggressively demands that Susan listen to his story. In flashbacks, Anatoli demands “spross dopross,” the process by which the Pakhan may be overthrown. Oliver infiltrates Kovar’s mansion and acquires evidence that Gregor has been embezzling the Bratva’s money. The majority of the captains vote for Anatoli, but Gregor starts a mutiny.
First aired – 1 March 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 16 – Checkmate
Oliver meets Talia, who reveals herself to be Ra’s al Ghul’s daughter. She tells Oliver that she hates him for killing her father, so she helped Adrian become Prometheus. Oliver confronts Adrian, who says that he has kidnapped Williams and she will starve if Oliver kills him. The Green Arrow breaks into Adrian’s house and tries to reason with Adrian’s wife, Doris, until the ACU storms in, forcing him to escape. Felicity agrees to hack Department of Homeland Security drones for Helix in exchange for assistance in finding Williams’ location. Oliver’s team enters the building, finding and rescuing Williams before Oliver confronts Adrian. Diggle brings Doris to try and convince Adrian to surrender, only for him to mortally stab her. Oliver engages Adrian while the others take Williams and Doris away. Talia arrives and helps Adrian overpower and abduct Oliver. Adrian tells Oliver that he plans to help Oliver learn who he really is. Meanwhile, Adrian continues acting normally at City Hall, angering the team. In flashbacks, most of the Bratva captains are killed in the shootout before Gregor escapes. Oliver and Knyazev attack Gregor during a meeting with his loyal followers and subdue him.
First aired – 15 March 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 17 – Kapiushon
In flashbacks, Anatoli becomes the new Pakhan. Kovar buys Sarin gas from Malcolm. Anatoli learns that Kovar is planning a coup against the Russian government. By torturing an operative of Kovar, Oliver learns that Kovar has invited key government officials to his casino, where he plans to assassinate all of them by the gas. Oliver convinces Galina, Taiana’s mother to give him her key card to the casino. Oliver and the Bratva infiltrate the casino, where Kovar learns about Galina’s betrayal and kills her, angering Oliver, who fails to stop the spread of the gas in time, leading to Viktor’s death. Anatoli fails to persuade Oliver from killing Kovar. The former appoints him as a Bratva captain. Malcolm helps Kovar’s operatives revive him. In the present, Adrian continues torturing Oliver to make him confess a “secret”. The former brings a seemingly reluctant Evelyn, apparently killing her after Oliver refuses to do it. Oliver reveals that he killed people because he liked it, which Adrian wanted to hear. Evelyn is revealed to be alive and still assisting Adrian. Adrian lets Oliver go, and he returns to the hideout and tells the team about his decision to end his vigilantism.
First aired – 22 March 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 18 – Disbanded
With Chase having broken him, Oliver disbands Team Arrow and calls in the Bratva to take out Chase. Diggle tries to talk Oliver out of it, reminding him that there are better ways of doing things. Felicity goes to Helix and manages to find pixelated footage of Chase taking off his Prometheus mask. Oliver allows the Bratva to steal diabetes medicine as a downpayment, but they are stopped by Team Arrow. Diggle eventually tells Oliver that they can fix him if he is willing to accept help. Oliver rejoins Team Arrow, taking out the Bratva and saving hostages that Anatoli had taken as leverage. Felicity and Curtis manage to decode Chase’s pixelation device, revealing Prometheus’ identity to the police. Oliver claims he’s not ready to put the hood back on yet but, with his team, it will be sooner rather than later. When Chase’s guards try to arrest him, he kills them and leaves his safe house. In flashbacks, Oliver wants to return to Lian Yu, so Anatoli plans one last heist to help sick children, hoping to convince Oliver to stay, but Oliver still intends to return to Lian Yu in order to stage his dramatic return to Starling City.
First aired – 29 March 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 19 – Dangerous Liaisons
With law enforcement agencies unable to locate Chase, Felicity agrees to Alena’s plan to free former Helix leader Cayden James, who has created a biometric tracker that can find anyone, but who is currently in A.R.G.U.S. custody without due process. Lyla plans to use James as bait to destroy Helix but Alena, having already anticipated it, finds James’ true location and leads her team, including Felicity, to the rescue. They are interrupted by Team Arrow; but Felicity forces them to allow Helix to escape with James. Helix end their connection to Felicity, but provide her with James’ scanner, which she uses to learn that Chase is already in the team hideout, starting an assault. Meanwhile, Quentin confronts Rene for not visiting Zoe, though legally possible. Rene believes himself to be an unsuitable father. However, Quentin organizes a visit, making Rene decide to fight for reclaiming Zoe. John confronts Lyla for her moral ambiguity, which led to their divorce previously.
First aired – 26 April 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 20 – Underneath
Chase triggers an EMP within the team hideout, deactivating all the equipment, stranding Oliver and Felicity and rendering her paralysed. Curtis learns about the attack, informing Rene and Dinah. Diggle and Lyla agree to put their problems aside when they hear about Oliver and Felicity. The team soon realizes that after a period of time, a backup generator will activate, igniting the methane gas leaking into the base. Oliver is injured trying to find a way out. Eventually, Diggle is lowered down an access shaft by the others’ help and manages to pull up Oliver and Felicity. Team Arrow takes refuge at A.R.G.U.S., where Diggle and Lyla reconcile. Later, Chase is revealed to have tracked down Oliver’s son, William. In flashbacks to the period after Damien’s death, Oliver, Felicity, and Curtis continue working together. Curtis arranges to have Oliver and Felicity spend time together, leading to having sex in the lair, but she decides that she is not ready to get back together with Oliver, who accepts it.
First aired – 3 May 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 21 – Honor Thy Fathers
Chase’s prosecutions are discredited and most of the convicts, including Sampson, are released on bail. Oliver is sent a body, identified as Henry Goodwin. While Curtis and Dinah track Sampson, the others investigate Goodwin, who is revealed to have been killed by Robert, shocking Thea and Oliver. Team Arrow deduces that Chase and Sampson are working together to release Claybourne’s weaponized tuberculosis in Star City. With Oliver wearing the Green Arrow costume again, they track the bomb and engage Sampson’s party while Oliver duels Chase. Sampson is captured as Curtis defuses the bomb. Oliver reveals that Claybourne planned to disown Chase due to Chase’s mental condition. Disillusioned, Chase asks Oliver to kill him, but Oliver arrests him instead. Oliver gives Thea a video of Robert asking her to look after Oliver. Meanwhile, Rene refuses to testify in court so as not to upset Zoe, leading to the judge dismissing his claim. In flashbacks, Oliver and Anatoli return to Lian Yu, where they arrange for Oliver’s return to Starling City. Anatoli leaves to bribe the boatmen to sail towards the island, where Oliver is captured by Kovar, who knows about Oliver’s plan.
First aired – 10 May 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 22 – Missing
The team holds a birthday party for Oliver, but Rene, Dinah and Curtis are later kidnapped by Chase’s outside team. Realizing that Chase is picking them off after Thea and Quentin are kidnapped by Black Siren and Evelyn, Oliver accepts Malcolm’s aid to help him kidnap Chase. However, Chase reveals he has kidnapped William; and Oliver is forced to free him. Felicity and Diggle are also kidnapped by Talia and the League of Assassins, and Oliver recruits Nyssa to help him fight Chase’s army. Tracking a plane carrying Chase, they realize they are going to Lian Yu. Arriving on the island, Oliver visits Slade and asks his help. In flashbacks, Kovar injects a drug into Oliver that forces him to suffer flashbacks to times he killed or watched others die over the last five years. After enduring hallucinations of Yao Fei and Laurel, Oliver eventually finds the strength to escape.
First aired – 17 May 2017
Arrow – Season 5, Episode 23 – Lian Yu
Oliver recruits a Mirakuru-less and hate-free Slade Wilson. Harkness is reveals his allegiance to Chase. Oliver’s party frees Felicity, Thea, Curtis and Samantha, trapping Evelyn. Oliver asks Malcolm to take Felicity’s party to Chase’s plane in order to escape and manages to free John, Rene, Dinah and Quentin, who knocks Black Siren unconscious while Nyssa defeats Talia. Malcolm kills Harkness but sacrifices himself by taking Thea’s place on a tripped landmine, allowing Felicity’s party to escape. They reach the plane, but learn that the whole island is rigged with C4, which will detonate if Chase dies. Oliver asks John to lead the others to Felicity’s party and escape while Oliver captures Chase on a boat and frees William, who learns that his father is the Green Arrow. The plane is sabotaged, so Oliver tells the others to run to a ship on the eastern shore. Unsure of the others’ fates, Chase kills himself in front of Oliver and William, causing the bombs to demolish Lian Yu. In flashbacks, Oliver kills Kovar and his men, reaching the boat in time and calling Moira.
First aired – 24 May 2017
Arrow – Season 6, Episode 1 – Fallout
First aired – 12 October 2017
Arrow – Season 6, Episode 2 – Tribute
First aired – TBC
Arrow – Season 6, Episode 3 – Next of Kin
First aired – TBC
Arrow – Season 6, Episode 4 – Reversal
First aired – TBC
Arrow – Season 6, Episode 5 – Deathstroke Returns
First aired – TBC