Thea has been tossed to the floor, blanket and all. It's not a surprise, as Sara was able to break free from the wall in chains, taking with her a good chunk of brick and mortar. The woman is stronger than she ever was before!
Oliver and Laurel are getting their grievances out in the open. Laurel looks like a little girl, but she's a big girl now and should be able to take it like a woman. She knew it was wrong, or she wouldn't have kept the secret from Oliver.
Is Laurel begging her rather to listen to her, to wait to make a decision on Sara's fate before he acts so that he has time to consider all possible alternatives? It's going to be an emotional and intense hour!
Laurel looks annoyed. Has someone tried to tell her that what she's going with Sara isn't the best route? There's no going back at this point. Who would be daft enough to kill her without time to get reacquainted first?
Oliver: Over watch, we're on sight. Felicity: Excuse me? Oliver: Well, I thought it was time you got a code name. What do you think? Felicity: It's perfect. Oliver: I was gonna go with Oracle, but it's taken.