The Hood bursts into Moira's office at Queen Consolidated, takes out her guards, and secretly plants a bug. He then tells her that she has failed this city and fires an arrow at her desk when she tries to reach for the phone. The Hood asks her about Walter and she says that she doesn't know what happened to him, and then he asks about the Undertaking. Rather than answer, Moira shows The Hood a photo of her family and begs him not to hurt her. Once the vigilante lowers his bow, Moira grabs a hidden gun and shoots him, hitting him in the neck. She grabs her cell phone and calls for help, and then looks over the desk and discovers that her attacker is gone...Read the full recap
Felicity Smoak: I'm guessing how and why are Oliver Queen's least favorite questions.
Diggle: Yeah, well, there's also when and where he's not too fond of.
Diggle: Remember playing Operation when you were a kid?
Felicity Smoak: Yeah. And it never made me want to throw up.
Slade Wilson: You have two choices—escape, or die. So choose.
Slade Wilson: Then let me show you how not to die.
Diggle: Thanks for your help. Kept your head on.
Felicity Smoak: I always wondered how I'd react if I found my boss shot and bleeding in my car. Not that I helped because he's my boss. I'd help anyone who was shot and bleeding in my car.
Slade Wilson: Where are you going?
Oliver: All my life, all that I've ever thought about is myself. I took my family for granted. I betrayed people that I loved. And I'm not going to be that person anymore.
Oliver: I guess I didn't die. Again. Cool.
Diggle: You ever play Operation when you were a kid?
Operation is a Milton Bradley board game of physical skill, where the players draw cards to remove humorously named body parts from the "patient." Brushing the metal-edged sides of the slots holding the body parts, using a pair of metal tweezers, makes a circuit and sets off a buzzer.
In the comics, Wintergreen is the manservant to Slade Wilson, who is Deathstroke in the comics.
Oliver: I'm trapped on an island and my only friend is named Wilson.
in the movie Castaway, Tom Hanks plays a character stranded on a remote island. Driven somewhat insane with loneliness, he adopts a volleyball as a "friend," paints a face on it, and calls it Wilson.