First you catch me, then you break me out, then you want to catch me again. Make up your mind!

Anarky

Laurel: Hey, how you doing?
Felicity: I have never been more ready to have a bunch of guys poking around inside of me. Doctors. Doctors.

Laurel: Where is Merlyn?
Oliver: He said he has to attend to League business. I can't believe I'm going to say this, but I owe him one.
Laurel: I helped out a little bit, too.
Oliver: Yes, you did.

Felicity: Back at the Christmas party from hell, you said you were going to propose and you didn't because you said you weren't sure our relationship could survive this kind of life.
Oliver: It's a holiday party.
Felicity: Yeah.
Oliver: I had more to say, but we were attacked.
Felicity: And here we are, fighting, Fighting our way through the danger instead of running away from it. Isn't that the whole point of marriage? To get through the hard times because we are together, not in spite of it?
Oliver: No.
Felicity: Just so you know. If you had asked me, I would have said yes.

What the name for a man who threatens the man who's holding his nearest and dearest captive. I don't know...idiot?

Damien

Honestly, Oliver, it's even easier to break in here than it was at your last lair.

Malcolm

Oliver: What do you want?
Damien: Well, something I can't have, apparently. Your loyalty, your allegiance. I told you there'd be a price to pay if you refused.

Oliver was going to propose to me three months ago. Three. Months ago.

Felicity

Thea: If you're here to give me a Christmas present, you can keep whatever knife or torture device you plan on giving me.
Malcolm: No presents, nothing gift wrapped, at any rate.

Oliver: Can I ask you a question?
Felicity: Now? Here? I mean...what's the question?

Cisco: Knowing the future might change the present which might change the future.
Barry: What?
Cisco: My head hurts.

Do you know that my whole world just exploded? And I think that I'm entitled to a minute to process that by myself.

Oliver

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.