That makes them two generations removed, a gap Oliver has never fully closed, nor does he seem to want to.Oliver’s poor judgment, aided and abetted by Felicity and Diggle respectively, drives Dinah to quit the team and reunite with Vince.Those relationships are complicated, and will only become moreso in the New Year. Oliver is without most of his team through his own actions, as Cayden James pointed out.And of course that happens when pretty much every living member of Oliver and the Green Arrow’s rogues gallery assembles to creepily watch Oliver in the lair via a hidden camera.I doubt this break-up of the team is for long, but it honestly seems like a healthy choice for everyone except Dinah, who is spending time with her murderous ex.Watching Dinah and Oliver go toe to toe is some of the best chemistry this season, since they’re so similar in temperament.The original team can pretend they’re right with the other two, but there’s no justifying how they drove Curtis away.
) on her 13th birthday, and Quentin forged just enough of a relationship with her to make her defy Cayden James’s orders to kill Lance.This episode follows an unusual pattern for one containing a wedding – it’s dispensed with early on so that the real business of the episode can get underway, rather than being the moment of celebration and reflection at the end.The wedding is mostly useful for allowing characters to point out how weird it was for Ollie and Felicity to get married in the way.Thea and Felicity’s mother are deservedly upset, which is a reminder of the fact that only.
The wedding is also a nice time to check in on what a mess everyone’s personal life is, and how many of them have had pasts with one another.
But it’s Diggle who usually spends time with her and therefore truly betrayed her, and that relationship won’t be easily repaired.