Felicity: I was out of line and I'm sorry.
Ray: Do you want to tell me what had you so upset?
Felicity: I lost a friend of mine. He was more than a friend, actually. I'm not sure what we were, but he's gone.
Ray: I'm sorry.
Felicity: And three months ago another friend of mine died. I'm 25 years old. I'm over my quota where losing friends are concerned. And you're a friend. So if you want to go out there, if you want to commit suicide, I can't stop you, but I don't have to help you.

Diggle: OK. The point is, if we're going to do this without Oliver, Felicity, we have to trust each other.
Felicity: You don't get it. There is no 'this' without him. It's done. I'm done.

Ray: I'm sure you're wondering if I ever go home. Unfortunately for my assistant, the answer's no. Any luck with our nanite problems?
Felicity: No.
Ray: Yep. It's the transplex interface systems, isn't it? Yeah, I knew my designs were off.
Felicity: It won't...work.
Ray: Well, you've only been at it for a day, so...
Felicity: Not the chip, not your suit, your plan. It won't work.
Ray: You, you make it sound like an enhanced exoskeleton suit to fight crime and save the city is a loony idea.
Felicity: It won't bring her back. Anna. Your fiance. She's not coming back. When we lose someone, when someone dies, they're gone. Forever. And there is nothing, there is nothing, nothing that we can do that can bring them back. So you have to stop, you have to stop. It's what Anna would have wanted, it's...
Ray: You're upset, I can see that, and if you want we can talk about it, but don't tell me again what Anna would have wanted. You don't get to do that.
Felicity: I am sorry. I shouldn't be here right now.

Felicity: I know you think you're going to be safe inside that suit of armor, I know there's like a kajillion movies that make it look easy, but...
Ray: The Arrow and his partner go out there every night. Without armor.
Felicity: And one night, hopefully very off in the future, they're not going to come back. I don't want that to happen to you.

Felicity: I don't doubt that. I don't doubt that you can beat him, but I'm terrified that you won't kill him because that's not who you are anymore and I am so afraid that Ra's al Ghul is going to use your humanity against you.
Oliver: Felicity, I honestly don't know if I'm a killer anymore, but I do know two things. The first is that whoever I am, I'm someone who will do whatever, whatever it takes to save my sister.
Felicity: And the second thing?
Oliver: I love you.

Ray: Advanced Technology Operating Mechanism. ATOM.
Felicity: What are you going to use it for?
Ray: To protect the people of this city. And I want you to help.
Felicity: Why does this keep happening to me?

Felicity: Stop! Oliver. I can't imagine how difficult this must be for you, but John is right. Thea lied.
Oliver: She lied about Merlyn, but Sara... I don't want to believe she could so something like this.
Felicity: Which is why you shouldn't be the one asking the questions.

Felicity: I think I made it pretty clear when I said I didn't want to talk about this.
Ray: You were, but you were also pretty wrong when you said I regretted kissing you. I can't imagine there's a man on the planet who would ever regret kissing you.

Oliver: Felicity! Who killed Sara?
Felicity: You did.

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Roy: Since when did we start selling admission to the Arrow Cave?
Oliver: It's not... Do you see what you've done?
Caitlin: [pointing at salmon ladder] Hey, what's that for?
Felicity: [sighs] Distracting me from work.

Caitlin: We had some vacation days...
Cisco: We want to see the Arrow Cave.
Felicity: We don't really call it that. Ever.
Cisco: I want to see the toys. I need to see the toys. Do you guys have an Arrowmobile?

Please, call me Felicity, and I don't blame you for not wanting to sell Ray your mine, because you don't know what his plans are. The thing about Ray is he's not a businessman. Businessmen make deals, they make money. What Ray is, is something else entirely.

Arrow Quotes

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

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