Thea and Felicity give their brother and boyfriend moral support during his speech. Do we expect anything bad to go down in the meantime? Let's hope not, because it doesn't look like Thea's ready to fight!
This is it. It's official. Oliver Queen for Mayor. It looks kind of weird, right? He becomes the mayor of Star City in the comics, so it wouldn't be a suprise at all if he followed suit in the Arrowverse.
Seeing these two working closely together only brings to mind the fact they will soon be standing in a tight circle of superheroines with Canary, all three suited up. Will that episode be as amazing as I'm making it my my mind, will Laurel discover that the Lazarus Pit has some terrible side effects? Hopefully the former! For now, look at the pit...it's wet. SURELY SARA HAS JUST LEAP FROGGED OUT OF THE PIT!!! Why, oh why do the photos stop here???
Is it living with Thea and becoming closer to her that has resulted in her decision to ask about resurrecting Sara? Certainly it has crossed her mind that Sara is long dead, while Thea was only dead for a short while before being dunked in the pit.
How will Laurel feel when Malcolm says yes to her request and her friend Nyssa says no? Or is at least hesitant? Will Nyssa use Thea's behavior as justification for her hesitancy? We can't wait to find out!
Thea looks none to pleased to see her father. She should take solace in the fact that she has to jump onto an airplane to see the guy instead of him lurking around her regular life and living with her in her apartment!
It appears that Nyssa and Malcolm Merlyn will argue amongst themselves about whether or not they will assist Laurel with the ressurection of her sister, Sara. We all know the answer will be yes, so Malcom wears the pants in this relationship.