If the Canary jumps off the rooftop of a building with no way to save herself and the Arrow doesn’t manage to grab her hand in time to save her, does she become the Splat Canary?
If police officers are chasing a deadly archer and they find him along with several other archers on a rooftop, why would they just let those other archers go?
Along the same lines, why does Captain Lance trust the word of someone who kidnapped him and employs a bunch of really obvious archers who could be the copycat of the Arrow?
Why is Oliver taking responsibility for Laurel’s decision not to tell her father about Sara’s death?
Why did Laurel think it was a good idea to march three uncostumed, really obvious Arrow associates into police headquarters to see Oliver? And why didn’t Captain Lance arrest them?
Did Shado never tell Oliver about her twin sister that entire time on the island?
After Oliver learned his lesson about the power of telling the truth from Shado’s sister, why did he spend the next two years of his return to Starling City busily keeping every kind of secret imaginable?
Are the police really going to believe that Roy Harper is the Arrow when he’s noticeably smaller and skinnier?
Why does Thea keep disappearing at random throughout this episode? Doesn’t she at least want to visit her brother in lockup?
What exactly was the point of the Ray Palmer storyline when all this other stuff was happening?