‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its twenty-second and penultimate outing of the season “Darkness On the Edge of Town,” as Oliver investigates both Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) and his mother's involvement in the Undertaking, while Thea and Roy (Colton Haynes) attempt to get close to the vigilante, and Edward Fyers reveals his past island plans.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “The Undertaking” saw Oliver working with Felicity to rescue the captive Walter, while flashbacks to the past reveal the mysterious Undertaking and Malcolm Merlyn’s diabolical plans. So, what does the twenty-second episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 21 installments?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “Darkness On the Edge of Town!”
Yesterday we caught one of our first looks at tonight's penultimate 'Arrow' installment "Darkness On the Edge of Town," which featured the mysterious "Dark Archer" getting all manner of violent in pursuit of his goals. Now, the latest preview offers up fan service of a different kind putting Oliver and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) awfully close, but who will win the day? And what's this we've heard about a potential Green Lantern appearance, hmm?
With only two episodes remaining in its inaugural season, The CW's 'Arrow' will pull out all the stops for its final two hours, beginning with Wednesday's all-new installment "Darkness On the Edge of Town." The latest clip from the season's penultimate episode has the Dark Archer Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) already raising hell and destruction, so preview the end of 'Arrow's first season inside!
Now that last night's 'Arrow' episode "The Undertaking" took us through the mechanics of Malcolm Merlyn's plan, upcoming season finale "Sacrifice" will see Oliver Queen in the fight of his life to stop the destruction of Starling City, fending off villains old and new in the process. The CW has released the full set of photos from 'Arrow's first finale, and Oliver looks like he might need a bit of help to win this one!
‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its twenty-first outing of the series “The Undertaking,” as Oliver works with Felicity to rescue the captive Walter, while flashbacks to the past reveal the mysterious Undertaking and Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman)'s diabolical plans.
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “Home Invasion” saw Oliver forced to choose between helping Diggle take down Deadshot (Michael Rowe), and helping Laurel protect a young client from enigmatic assassin Mr. Blank (‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s J. August Richards). So, what does the twenty-first episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 20 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “The Undertaking!”
We're certainly primed for tonight's all-new 'Arrow' episode "The Undertaking," which will take fans of the breakout CW drama further into the past than ever before to see Oliver Queen's pre-island life, as well as explain the seismic event in play for the season finale. Before we reach the first season's end however, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has some major teases for season 2, and a brand new clip of tonight's 'Arrow!'
As we aim closer and closer to the first season finale, The CW's 'Arrow' will take us further into the past we've ever been with this Wednesday's all-new episode "The Undertaking." Yet even as we visit a time before the Queen yacht accident, Oliver will still have plenty to do in modern day, sending Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) into the field for a dangerous operation. Will Oliver be able to rescue her if things go south, however? Check out an action-packed preview from this Wednesday's 'Arrow' to find out!
'Arrow's inaugural season has been building toward a strong finish, one that takes us through the past and present to reveal this Wednesday's antepenultimate installment "The Undertaking," but it's the May 15 episode "Sacrifice" that has our curiosity piqued. The CW has released several new photos from the finale, and Oliver Queen looks to be in dire straights as another member of his circle has learned the vigilante's secret identity! Find out who takes off the hood for 'Arrow's season finale inside!
While The CW was busy handing out its second round of renewals today, 'Arrow's future has long been secured as three episodes remain in the first season. Next Wednesday's "The Undertaking" will send us into the past to uncover Malcolm Merlyn's plot, but the season's penultimate episode "Darkness on the Edge of Town" will see the villain finally facing off with Oliver Queen once more! Get a sneak peek of 'Arrow's penultimate season 1 episode with new photos inside!
‘Arrow’ lets loose another episode with its twentieth outing of the series “Home Invasion,” as Oliver is forced to choose between helping Diggle take down Deadshot (Michael Rowe), and helping Laurel protect a young client from enigmatic assassin Mr. Blank ('Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s J. August Richards).
Previous ‘Arrow’ episode “Unfinished Business” saw the resurgence of “Vertigo” leading Oliver to investigate the institutionalized Count (‘Fringe’s Seth Gabel), while Tommy concealed a dangerous secret from a persistent Detective Lance. So, what does the twentieth episode of ‘Arrow’ bring? Does it hit the same bulls-eye as the first 19 episodes?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’s latest episode, “Home Invasion!”
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