The battle between Oliver and Emiko comes to a boiling point which brings back some familiar faces and leaves others in dire jeopardy.
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During his panel at MegaCon in Orlando, Stephen Amell suggested that he would be happy to come back and repay what he considers some personal and professional debts if he was asked to do so although it sounded like he would be more apt to do it as a curtain call for one of the Arrowverse shows than as just another cameo. "If you were to ask the people that were involved in Arrow, 'how long should it go?' The answer would have been five years," Amell admitted. "You would have told the flashback story and you would have told concluded your story as you caught up the flashback story to the beginning of the series. That's the best synchronicity of the thing. That's not the way that network television works; we kept going. I feel like we had a year that was, I would call it 'in limbo.' We knew it was a good season but we knew during that season, we made the decision that either season 7 or season 8 we were going to wrap it up. And I feel like the endgame no pun intended was going to make the show sharper. For me, it was just very important to go out strong. When I did the video announcing that we were going to wrap things up, I said, 'I might be leaving the show but no one's ever going to be gone.' I owe so much to, in no particular order, to The CW, to Warner Bros., to Greg Berlanti, to David Nutter, to Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim and Beth Schwartz, James Bamford and Todd Pittson, and JP Finn. I owe so much to them so if five years from now they're wrapping up Show X and they were like, 'You know what would be the cherry on top of the sundae? Would you come back?' What am I gonna say? No? It's a shitty idea that I'd say no. You do what you can. I owe a lot to peopled if they need something from me they can always have it." See more
My brother deserves to suffer, just like I have suffered all of these years. And when he sees his city burn, with his family to blame, he will.
The Other Side
Performed by Ruelle
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