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Diggle refuses to work with Oliver, forcing the vigilante to turn to Felicity when he needs to infiltrate a casino whose owner has information on Walter's whereabouts. Meanwhile, Tommy tells Laurel that Oliver still loves her, and in flashbacks Malcolm and Robert disagree on how to bring about The Undertaking.
A mob accountant, Harold Backman, is in his office preparing for a flight to the Cayman Islands. The elevator opens despite the fact it's on a key and Backman sends his men to investigate. When they get there, The Hood drops down from the ceiling, takes out one man, and then goes after the other. Backman tries to run but The Hood grabs him and tells him that he's failed the city. The Hood then takes his laptop, says that his people will deal with him, and leaves...Read the full recap
Oliver: I'm be with you the entire time.
Felicity: Thanks. It feels really good having you inside me. And by "you," I mean your voice. And by "me," I mean my ear. I'm gonna stop talking right now.
Oliver: That would be my preference.
Laurel: I only bring this up because your mom busted me yesterday, and obviously we can't hang out at my house?
Oliver: Why? Because your father threatened to tase me the last time that I closed the door to your bedroom?
Laurel: Then will you please go talk to Tommy for me?
Oliver: And say what?
Laurel: Say that you and I are over. That you're not still in love with me.
Oliver: I can't do that.
Laurel: Why not?
Oliver: Because it wouldn't be true. And I have enough lies in my life already.
Oliver: Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.
Oliver quotes Rick talking about his former girlfriend Ilsa, in the 1942 movie Casablanca