Arrow Preview Pics: A Whole Lotta Olicity

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For an upcoming Arrow episode titled "Sara," the focus sure seems to be on Felicity!

As a matter of fact, a lot of Arrow Season 3 Episode 2 will be Olicity centric as new guy in town Roy Palmer sets his sites on Felicity. Who wouldn't want to take her out. She's intelligent, funny and really rocks a red dress!

Elsewhere, Lance will call upon The Arrow to help him find a new archer in town, Simon Lacroix AKA Komodo. Apparently he's going to be skewering some local businessmen. Diggle will use the A.R.G.U.S. resources to dig up some information on him but they hit a snag.

Guess who delivers? Laurel! It's also possible the Sara reference refers to Laurel's contemplation about telling Lance a secret her sister has shared with her. But does Lance already know?

Also not shown in the photos, but still coming our way, will be Oliver's concern about Thea. He hasn't heard from her and his concern will prompt Roy to tell Oliver why she really left.

Sounds like a very exciting installment, even if the title is somewhat concerning.

Flip through the photos and if you can't wait for more, you can watch Arrow online via TV Fanatic.

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 2 Quotes

Oliver: I just need your A game right now Felicity.
Felicity: I don't have it! My friend, our friend, was shot with arrows and fell off of a rooftop. Her body is upstairs right above us in a freezer because we don't know what to do with it, with her, so I am so sorry, Oliver, if I have feelings, but maybe if you did, too... I'm sorry. That was mean. But this is Sara we're talking about. Your Sara. How can you stand there being so cold and rational?
Oliver: Because I don't have the luxury of falling to pieces. Everyone is looking to me to handle things, to make the right decisions. Everyone is looking to me to lead. If I grieve, nobody else gets to.

Listen, Sara was my friend, too and if you think you're going after her alone you couldn't possibly be more wrong.

Diggle