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As Laurel continues to unravel, Oliver and Lance try to convince Sara to stay in Starling City and finally reunite with Laurel and Dinah. However, Sara's fellow League of Assassins member, Nyssa, comes to bring Sara back to the fold, but when Sara refuses, Nyssa kidnaps Dinah. Realizing she's putting her family in danger by staying in town, Sara considers re-joining the league. More >>
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     TV Show: Arrow
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     Airing: Season 2
     Release Date: 10/10/12

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    The mirakuru sends Roy (Colton Haynes) into an uncontrollable rage and he unleashes on the city. After Roy’s deadly fight with a police officer, Oliver (Stephen Amell) realizes the mirakuru has taken over Roy completely and must figure out a way to stop him. Things get more complicated after Sara (Caity Lotz) declares that Roy is too far gone and the only way to stop him is to kill him. Meanwhile, Thea (Willa Holland) believes she can breakthrough to Roy so she goes on camera at Moira’s (Susanna Thompson) campaign rally to lure him to Verdant. Her ploy works but after Roy attacks Thea, Team Arrow unleashes on him.

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    Check out this clip of “The Man Under the Hood.”



    Last fall on Arrow, Grant Gustin was introduced as Barry Allen, the boy who would become The Flash. Now, you’ll meet several new faces from the CW spinoff before the season is over.

    Episode 19 of Arrow, titled “The Man Under the Hood,” is penned by the trio behind The Flash — Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg — and will introduce two characters from the spinoff: S.T.A.R. Labs’ bioengineering expert Caitlin, played by Danielle Panabaker, and mechanical engineering genius Cisco, played by Carlos Valdes.

    “This was something that really came about because obviously Barry is in a coma at the end of episode nine [of Arrow]. That pretty much made it impossible for Barry to appear in episode 19, 20 — pick an episode of Arrow — because he’s got to stay in a coma until October of next year,” Guggenheim explained.

    The idea for a Flash crossover (of sorts) was borne out of a writers’ room pitch, wherein it was suggested that members of the S.T.A.R. Labs crew come into the Arrow-verse around the time the backdoor pilot was originally slated.

    “Even though the circumstances of that pitch changed, the idea of bringing in those characters really, really appealed to us because it allowed us to honor our original intention that we had at the beginning of the year, which was to do something Flash-related around episode 19 or 20 without of course having comatose Barry and basically paying Grant Gustin a lot of money to sit around with his eyes closed unconscious the whole episode,” Guggenheim said, adding that that original idea was written. The problem was “It’s really boring.”

    If anything, seeing Caitlin and Cisco operating on Arrow opens things up for the producers — and keeps the public’s interest level high. “It allows us to further flush out The Flash universe in Arrow,” Guggenheim said of the hour, likely airing in April. “We get to see their dynamic.”

    Interestingly, Panabaker and Valdes filmed their episodes concurrently with The Flash and Arrow; Guggenheim maintained that the scheduling coincidence wasn’t why they did it. “In fact, that was an added producing/logistical complication. It’s just so much fun to see these characters before you — it’s like previewing Boba Fett in the holiday special.”



    Oliver, Canary, Diggle and Felicity return to the lair and find Slade waiting for them. An epic battle breaks out and one member of Team Arrow is sent to the hospital. Thea hits her breaking point, but just as Oliver is about to reach her, Slade intervenes and Oliver is faced with a choice – his battle with Slade or his family. Meanwhile, Laurel struggles with a new secret.



    Slade makes his move against Oliver and the repercussions are enormous. While Oliver scrambles to protect his family, a key player in his team starts to question Oliver’s decisions. Meanwhile, Isabel makes her move to take Queen Consolidated away from Oliver.



    The CW is on an early renewal spree, announcing Thursday that “Arrow,” “Reign”, “The Originals,” “The Vampire Diaries” and “Supernatural” will return next season.

    CW president Mark Pedowitz, in a statement, listed the reasons. The Tuesday pairing of “The Originals” and “Supernatural” has boosted the night for the network, helping it achieve its most-watched Tuesday since 2008. The rookie “Vampire Diaries” spinoff will return for a sophomore season while the long-running vet will return for a 10th season that will help it reach its 200th episode.

    “The Vampire Diaries,” meanwhile, continues to be a force in the young adult demo on Thursday nights, and extends its strength in the social media sphere. And “Reign,” though not exactly on par with its “Vampire Diaries” lead-in, has steadily grown in its time period; during last month’s TCA, Pedowitz seemed bullish on its prospects.

    Then there’s “Arrow,” which hit a target for the network in the ratings out the gate with its freshman launch last season. In its second season, it’s the network’s most-watched series (3.9 million) and has proved that the CW isn’t all about the girls, with the show gaining among men 18-34.

    “[W]e now have strong nights on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,” Pedowitz said in a statement. “I’m very pleased to announce early pickups for all five series, and let our fans know they’ll have more great drama to look forward to next season.




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