In “Betrayal,” this week’s aptly titled episode of Green Arrow, Oliver confronts his mother about her little book of names, Diggle launches his own investigation into her activities, Detective Lance has a change of heart, and we meet Slade.
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In this week’s episode of Arrow, the maniacal Count and his designer drug Vertigo make their presence felt in Starling City, Thea Queen goes in front of a judge, and Oliver Queen learns his mother has dark secrets.
This week’s episode of Arrow is all about trust, as Oliver Queen and John Diggle go head to head over a name in the little black book, and Thea becomes suspicious about her mother’s relationship with Malcom Merlyn.
Arrow returns from midseason hiatus with “Burned,” which finds Oliver still physically and psychologically wounded from his defeat by the Dark Archer and facing Starling City’s fiery new threat.
In the midseason finale of Arrow, “Year’s End,” Oliver attempts to reintroduce his family to Christmas, a mysterious Dark Archer begins killing some of the businessmen on The Hood’s list, and Walter finally goes too far in his investigation of Robert Queen’s death.
In the conclusion of Arrow‘s two-part Huntress story arc, the Triad and the mob come to blows, Walter holds onto his suspicions about Moira’s shady dealings, and Oliver and Helena grow closer — only to fall apart.
On this week’s episode of Arrow, Moira has a brush with death, Oliver meets the future Huntress, China White makes another appearance, and we finally learn the identity of John Barrowman’s Well-Dressed Man.
In this week’s episode of Arrow, the Royal Flush Gang turns bank robbery into a family business, and Oliver discovers there may be more to his mission than his father’s list.
In this week’s episode of Arrow, we finally meet Deathstroke, Oliver Queen wriggles out of his legal problems (with a little help), and another DC Comics character makes an appearance.
In this week’s episode of Arrow, Oliver Queen finds an ally, helps to save the live of a wrongly convicted man, and faces the possibility that his career as Starling City’s costumed vigilante may be short-lived.
As classic DC Comics villain Deadshot takes center stage in this week’s episode of Arrow, Oliver Queen comes up with a way to mask his nighttime activities — only to be forced to reveal his secret to someone.
In this week’s episode of Arrow, Oliver Queen goes to court, bodyguard John Diggle gets suspicious, sister Thea tries to get closer, and China White enters the picture.