The episode started with an Olicity wedding, which felt nice. I think it’s a bit “funny” how quickly Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) turned around that she wants to get married after all (because of the “he/she will turn around” kind of a mindset in real life), but I’ll live.
We know that weddings are never flawless in Arrow, though, since Quentin (Paul Blackthorne) told Oliver (Stephen Amell) that somebody from the team is willing to testify that he is the Green Arrow.
Furthermore, Dinah (Juliana Harkavy) met up with her old love Vince (Johann Urb) who is most likely just trying to take advantage of her. She threatened him to leave her alone, though. Nonetheless, the meeting made it a solid reason for Oliver to believe that Dinah was the witness working against him, but that turned out to be Rene (Rick Gonzalez) instead, who was cornered over his daughter.
Speaking of daughters … Evil Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is truly annoying. If I knew she wouldn’t leave Arrow, I wouldn’t be so glad about “normal” Laurel dying! It turned out she isn’t all that evil when she let Quentin go, by the way. Wow … So sentimental …
What was just as sentimental? Dinah’s, Rene’s and Curtis’ (Echo Kellum) departures from the team, which will most likely be only temporal. I don’t believe it’s the real thing, because – when is it, ever, in Arrow? It’s a stragedy from the villains to keep them away from each other. It’s not either a new stragedy or a good one, but … We’ll deal with that, I guess.
Arrow now has a break till 18th January! Let’s tune in then.