Questioning Roy
Quentin has some question for Roy in this Arrow scene. It's from the season 2 premiere, "City of Heroes."


My boys and girls each went thru Briones in the last ten years, starting off in its heyday being an "overflow" college via a few yrs ago. The youngsters were an incredibly varied and typically transient team some thing like 18 languages spoken at your home. The instructors were frequently pretty veteran and able, though I used to be surprised to uncover the next grade instructor had taught my kid a whole lot about artists but rarely anything about spelling. And also the principal, Gary Dalton, presided more than the entire thing that has a benign and capable existence. The moms and dads were supportive and generally an incredibly great team most people pitched in. My feeling is the fact that it was lessen critical than a number of the other schools (in tune with Barron Park) but still pretty engaged and just friendly. We seen it pretty welcoming once we moved there. Barron Park is transferring up on the earth a bit, I think, with new properties plus some Google persons, so points may well be transforming.

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Arrow Season 2 Episode 1 Quotes

God, um, you... You're really sweaty.


Oliver: If we're gonna do this, it has to be about Tommy. I need to be the man he hoped I could be. Now you two have helped me take the first step.
Felicity: So what's step two? I'm game for anything as long as it doesn't involve skydiving, and I'm pretty down on landmines now, too.
Oliver: The city still needs saving, but not by The Hood. Not by some vigilante who's just crossing names off a list. It needs something more.
Diggle: It needs a hero, Oliver.
Felicity: It's too bad The Hoods kind of ruined your nickname.
Oliver: No, it's good. I don't want to be called The Hood anymore.
Diggle: Okay. So what do you want to be called?