The funeral is over, and it's time for Arrow to seek revenge. Will he be going it alone, or will he have help?
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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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What an odd picture. Is this Laurel's funeral or someone else's? Why is Oliver standing in front of a tombstone with Clayton on it and a 2016 ending date?
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What's going through Oliver's head right now is anyone's guess, but there are probably a thousand thoughts whipping through right about now.
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Thea comforts her brother before his talk. What will he say about his former lover and friend? Felicity looks like she wishes the day would just be over with already.
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Friends gather to say their final goodbyes to Laurel. Too bad they all couldn't have pitched in a bit more to give her a more fitting floral tribute.
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When you're feeling helpless, sometimes the only thing that helps is a hug. Lucky for Thea she has a big brother who cares.
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It's hard watching someone close to you die, especially after you had been talking to them just moments before, and they seemed perfectly fine. Is Oliver going to keep Laurel's promise? Is that what he's contemplating now as he looks over her dead body?
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How many pictues have we had of Oliver in this position, good facing evil? He's been there against Slade, Malcolm, Ra's al Ghul...yet he always comes out the victor. Damien Darhk should just pack up and leave now.
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Well lookie there! Damien Darhk is going to support Oliver Queen for Mayor! Isn't that nice. Hopefully he gives a sizeable donation to Oliver's campaign.
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It's time to talk business. What do we bet they're talking about Damien Darhk and how to get him to let go of Andy Diggle? What are the chances that Andy might become a semi-regular, giving John some more family?
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An hour of couples and speeches. Well, it is campaign season in real life, so why not on TV, too?
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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.