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When Joanna's brother is killed in a mysterious fire, she asks Laurel for help. Laurel calls the Hood, unaware that Oliver is having a crisis of confidence after the Dark Archer defeated him. While Oliver decides whether to get involved, Laurel and Tommy have issues when Tommy suggests that he move in. Meanwhile, Thea tries to get Moira out of her depression due to Walter's disappearance.
Firefighters are dealing with a blaze at a site and one firefighter, Danny de la Vega, goes inside to clear the upper levels. A man dressed as a firefighter comes out and sprays him with turpentine, setting him on fire, and then calmly walks away...Read the full recap
Thea: I've seen the movie before.
Oliver: Cut me some slack. I've been gone for a while and apparently I missed the cinematic genius that is Zac... Galafanak... is?
Oliver: Rotate your hips, Diggle. That’s where the power comes from. It’s not just your arms, even if they’re the size of bowling balls.
Oliver: Who are you? Where’s my friend Tommy Merlyn? The guy who once rented out a football stadium so that he could play strip kickball with models.
Tommy: That guy needed a swift kick in his lazy ass.
Oliver: Speaking of Tommy, he told me that you're being very protective of your drawers. This is not a fancy term for your underwear.
Fire Chief: There's no way he could have survived that fire.
Oliver: You'd be surprised the power revenge can give you.