Ray: I gotta be honest, I'd feel a little more confident in your aeronautic abilities if you knew, for instance, that helicopters don't actually have keys.
Felicity: They don't have keys?
Felicity: Is it on the roof?
Ray: Yeah, it's on the roof.
Roy: Us? What, are you and Laurel a team now?
Felicity: I was wrong when I said Oliver's mission was over because it's not just Oliver's mission anymore. It's ours. It's our home that is under attack.
Laurel: For all we know, Oliver could be dead and Sara certainly is, but there are people that are still alive. People who need us.
Roy: We can't do this without Oliver, can we? Felicity was right.
Felicity: Actually, I was wrong, and I'm not wrong a lot.
Lance: We need help, we need it now. Look, I know you said the Arrow is gone, are you sure about that?
Felicity: Yes, I am. But I think I know where to find the Canary.
Laurel: So you don't have to worry. I'm not going to be putting on that mask again. I'm not strong enough to fight for Sara.
Felicity: Maybe you're not supposed to. Maybe it's not about Sara, or Oliver or anyone else that we care about who we lost. Maybe what we're doing, we've been doing because there are people that we care about that are still alive. Maybe we're doing it for them.
Laurel: I thought you quit.
Roy: You are poison. You put her in Ra's al Ghul's gun sites. You had her kill Sara.
Malcolm: Thea knows nothing about Sara and she never will.
Roy: That's where you're wrong. I know her. She'll get to the truth no matter how good you think you're hiding it and when she does find out you've been lying to her, you're gonna lose her forever. Trust me, I know it from experience.
Malcolm: This is a family matter, Mr. Harper, and you are not family.
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Roy: What the hell do you think you're doing out there?
Laurel: Same thing as you.
Roy: I've had training from Oliver and years on the streets. You have a law degree.
Thug: Who the hell are you?
Black Canary: I'm the justice you can't run from.
Diggle: He's not coming back, Oliver. I know you don't want to believe it, Laurel, God knows I don't but, he's not coming back.
Laurel: Are you? Are you coming back?
Diggle: I don't know. For the first time since I met Oliver Queen I don't know what happens next. I know it's silly, but I still like to think of myself as Oliver's bodyguard. I just couldn't protect him. It's funny. He was worried something would happen to me.
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.