Little did Tatsu and Oliver know when they must have been saying some sort of fare thee well in the past that they would be super heroes. Now, of only they could find happiness.
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Flashback scene with Oliver hugging Tatsu. There's not too much to say about this because there's no idea what we can possibly expect other than some sort of a goodbye, perhaps?
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Thea appears to be clutching the bag with the Speedy suit in it. Well, it was formerly the suit she had made for Arsenal, but she's going to put it to better use, right? Right! Kick ass, Thea Queen!
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Oliver and Thea touch base before all of the schnizzle goes down in the city center. Does he have any idea she's going to suit up as Speedy? At this point, does she even have any idea? Can't wait to see it go down.
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Here it is! The epicenter of the circle of trust. Somehow it doesn't look all that comfortable in there. If that's what it feels like on the inside, most of us would probably rather be on the outside looking in anyway!
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Another show with a smiling Oliver and an over-the-top happy Felicity with Nyssa nearby sure seems to indicate the two loves who have been torn apart have had a chat solidifying their future. What are the odds, do you think?
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What an unbelievably pleasant shot of Malcolm Merlyn. Is this a doppleganger? Has he had an extra donut for breakfast or is he just so ready to kick Ra's al Ghuls' ass that he's downright cheerful? It's the first genuine smile I've seen on his face that didn't seem more of a smirk. Well done!
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I wonder what Nyssa feels being married to Oliver and back at the lair. Is it awkward or is she pleased to feel even a modicum of freedom at being released from her father's grasp. She's free in a way, right? I can't wait to see what's next for her. Hopefully she makes it out of the finale alive and well!
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Arrow Quotes

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

There are people in this world who deal only in extremes. It's naive to think that anything less than extreme measures will stop them.

Amanda