Arrow (2012–2020)
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Oliver's next target is Scott Morgan, a power executive who jacks up prices for electricity when people most need it. John Diggle suggests they go after the gang of bank robbers that ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Stephen Amell ... Oliver Queen / The Hood
Katie Cassidy ... Laurel Lance
Colin Donnell ... Tommy Merlyn
David Ramsey ... John Diggle
Willa Holland ... Thea Queen
Susanna Thompson ... Moira Queen
Paul Blackthorne ... Quentin Lance (credit only)
Jamey Sheridan ... Robert Queen
Roger Cross ... Detective Lucas Hilton
Annie Ilonzeh ... Joanna de la Vega
Currie Graham ... Derek 'King' Reston
Kyle Schmid ... Kyle 'Ace' Reston
Warren Christie ... Carter Bowen
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Mrs. 'Queen' Reston
Emily Bett Rickards ... Felicity Smoak


Oliver's next target is Scott Morgan, a power executive who jacks up prices for electricity when people most need it. John Diggle suggests they go after the gang of bank robbers that recently wounded a police officer during a daytime heist. Oliver is not so keen but John isn't the kind of guy who gives up very easily. Oliver quickly identifies one of them as a high school acquaintance, Derek Reston - and learns that Reston may have turned to crime because of something Oliver's father did. Tommy meanwhile isn't having much luck with his hoped for romance with Laurel. He seeks Thea's advice. Flashbacks show Oliver's doubts about his survival on the island. Written by garykmcd

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Episode guest-star Warren Christie (Carter Bowen) has played a superhero before himself, on Alphas as Cameron Hicks. His co-star from that show, Laura Mennell, later guest-starred in an episode of DCs Legends of Tomorrow as Gail Knox and in 2020, he was cast as Bruce Wayne in Batwoman (2019-). See more »


In previous episodes, Oliver has shown sufficient hacking skills to illegally transfer money to several recipients whose bank details he could not have known in advance. However, in this episode, he requires Felicity's help to do simple web searches. See more »


John Diggle: Please tell me you're not going where I think you're going.
Oliver Queen: Diggle, why do you even ask?
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References The Dr. Oz Show (2009) See more »


Be the Song
Performed by Foy Vance
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It Just Keeps Getting Better!
14 November 2012 | by gokuxde3See all my reviews

This episode is the best one of the show so far, and brings a decidedly different tone to "Arrow". The antagonists here are not as black-and- white as the corrupt businessmen Oliver has been taking down. For the first time, Oliver deviates from the list, and it's a direction Diggle is intent on leading him down. We are beginning to see the makings of a hero in the hooded vigilante.

While the aforementioned criminals must be dealt with, of course, they took a backseat this week to the exploration of relationships between the characters. For the first time, Ollie's interactions with Thea and his mother seem truly believable, and they play off each other nicely.

"Legacies" did a fantastic job of making me actually care about the characters I've been watching on the screen for the past few weeks. Tommy Merlyn finally got some decent screen time here, and I've gone from finding his character shallow and annoying to enjoying his presence and looking forward to his appearances.

After last week's great "Damaged", I thought the standard had been set, and I wasn't sure how much better the show could get. "Legacies" eliminates any concerns I had about the future of "Arrow"; it is easily the best episode thus far, and sets the bar even higher for what is already turning out to be an amazing series.

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14 November 2012 (USA) See more »

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