While it seems as though Thea (Willa Holland) may entertain the idea of leaving Star City with Roy (Colton Haynes), she must face one last world-shaking issue: she’s the heir of Ra’s Al Ghul. And a group of assassins led by Nyssa Al Ghul (Katrina Law) would like her to take up the mantle.
Which means there will plenty of hooded action when Arrow returns from another hiatus. Considering I use to edit the copy for Arrow‘s home video packaging, I’m fairly certain a March hiatus is normal. The Flash has definitely taken similar hiatuses in its past. Nonetheless, it is a strange place to pause with Ricard Diaz (Kirk Acevedo) finally revealed as the mastermind of Ollie’s (Stephen Amell) recent troubles, the corruption within the SCPD exposed and Thea returning to the hood. But I’m not a broadcaster and their scheduling decisions always seem like an obscure alchemy.
On the story front, though, I hope the real Richard Dragon will show up and teach the team how to stop Diaz.
Arrow airs Thursdays on The CW.
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