Oliver is still talking, but is anyone really listening? Everyone seems to be consumed by their own individual grief.
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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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Thea is devastated about Laurel's death, just like everyone else. No amount of prayers or wishes is going to bring her friend back.
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Alex and Thea listen to Oliver's campaign speech, as well. Is this before or after she has tried to satisfy her bloodlust in front of the poor guy?
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Do they just do everything together now? Geez. That's a lot of pictures of couples for any one episode that will also be about Diggle's brother being alive. Where's Andy?
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This is yet another couple who will be romantically linked. But for how long? Apparently Thea's bloodlust is going to become unhinged in front of Alex. Um. Whoops?
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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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Laurel appears to be leaning into Thea to get her opinion on what to do next. Notice there are no photos of the three ladies we want to see together? No fair!
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While the synopsis said there would be repurcussions from the pit, it didn't say from whom. So will Laurel be dealing with two pit survivors in turmoil? That would be a trip.
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Black Canary and Speedy are out and on the hunt. For what? Well, let's assume they're still looking for Ray, shall we? Maybe these photos are all out of whack.
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Arrow Quotes

You thought I was leaving too? Not a chance.

Felicity

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