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As Oliver continues his battle with Cayden James, and the old and new Team Arrow trios work closer together, strong opinions and leadership strategies on both sides clash over whether to trust Vigilante, leaving our heroes facing conflict from both outside and inside the Arrow cave.
Cayden James approaches Oliver Queen with an offer he can’t quite refuse in this week’s episode. While Team Arrow is still divided into two trios, the two sides make an agreement to share information, as the threats the teams are facing begin to hit a little closer to home. Help comes from unlikely sources, and secrets are kept by unlikely sources, as everyone must work together before Cayden’s ultimatum hits.
As we return to Star City for the midseason premiere, we find Team Arrow – as the title would suggest – divided. While OTA (Oliver, Diggle, and Felicity) continue the fight to protect the city against the team of villains Cayden James has brought together, the remaining trio (Curtis, Dinah, and Rene) have left. As Oliver partners with a familiar name to bring down Cayden, he remains confident that the remaining team can still complete the mission, but unexpected threats intervene.
In this week’s midseason finale of Arrow, Team Arrow faces one of the biggest villains yet: themselves. As the team tries to out a mole, the league of villains which has been plaguing the city also undergoes shocking changes, as what starts as a wedding celebration dissolves into a threat which could change everything.
In this year’s four-show crossover, all of our heroes come together for a wedding, but find themselves facing off against the most evil villain yet. With not only our world, but other universes on the line, the the largest team yet of heroes, superheroes, and more band together and go to war. On our podcast this week, we discuss this crossover, with a focus on the journey of the Arrow characters throughout.
Thanksgiving has come to Star City, and with it comes a whirlwind of cold villains and warm family moments for our heroes. With an increasing number of Team Arrow members taken out by villains, the FBI, and physical illness, the remaining team is left to defend the city against a massive attack from Caden James. This week’s holiday episode delivered no shortage of shocking moments and buzz-worthy scenes for us to discuss here!
As the end of our two-part Slade saga draws to a close, the stakes rise for both Slade and Oliver, as they face off with unexpected villains in the attempt to save his son Joe, interspersed between flashbacks highlighting the origin of Slade’s previous vendetta against Oliver. Meanwhile, back in Star City, Diggle’s past decisions come back to haunt him, as Richard Dragon is introduced as a new foe for the team.
This week is the first of a two-part story, with Oliver and Slade headed off on a mission to rescue Slade’s son, while the rest of the team remains behind in Star City to face a familiar villain: Vigilante. Team Arrow also faces rising heat from FBI Agent Samanda Watson, as she expands her search for the colleagues of the Green Arrow. Flashbacks into Slade and his son’s past shed light on why this rescue mission may not be as straightforward as initially planned.
Villains continue to be unveiled this week as the identity of Cayden James is made known, as well as his target: Felicity Smoak. Team Arrow has to tackle the new kind of threat he and Helix bring, with the return of other villains and potential allies – and Oliver attempts to support his team without being in the field, in a role-reversal that proves to be a challenge as the villains pile up this episode.