Diggle finds his brother. Will he be able to pull the trigger? He better hurry up. Diggle has a moral compass. Andy doesn't.
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It's foolish for Diggle to hunt Andy on his own. He needs to calm himself down and wait for the team before he goes in guns blazing.
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The look on Diggle's face seems to be a cross between anger and guilt. What is he going to do about his brother?
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Oliver is still talking, but is anyone really listening? Everyone seems to be consumed by their own individual grief.
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There is no doubt Diggle blames himself for the horrific tragedy that's happened. The question is: what's he going to do now?
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Laurel looks like she's comforting Diggle, or perhaps pursuading him not to drink too much in the wake of his news. Where is Lyla? She's always home with the baby. Did Sara even get to see the child who was named after her?
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Diggle has never given up on his brother, and now his reward will be learning that he's alive. Although he's under the control of Damien Darhk, at least he's not dead!
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Diggle learns shocking news about his brother. He's alive. How will he handle that? What will the team want to do to Damien Darhk. Oh, probably still want to kill him.
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Diggle leads Speedy and Black Canary into a battle. This is how they were fighting as a team the entire time Oliver was gone. Will we get to see them in action once again?
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If we thought Ray was trapped as a tiny man, he's tall again. And found by the team. Wonder if he's been wearing his suit all this time or if he's ever been given a change of clothes? Dang.
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Diggle is all wired up as if he's going into the desert for a fight. Where is his cool black jacket and not co cool helmet-mask?
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Alright. Everyone who said it's getting crowded out in the field, how do you feel now that Curtis Hold is sporting a gun looking a little like a ghostbuster?
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Arrow Quotes

Every warrior must learn the simple truth -- that pain is inevitable and suffering is optional.

Malcolm

Laurel: Helena, you don't have to do this.
Helena: Yes, I do. Because once you let the darkness inside, it never comes out.