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So, listen, there are some pretty major spoilers in this description if you haven’t seen the mid-season premiere of CW’s hit show, Arrow, yet — read this at your own risk.

That being said.

WOW!

We’re already getting Oliver Queen back in Starling City?? It’s going to be very interesting to see just how he deals with “his” team no longer really being his. Sounds like maybe Black Canary – Laurel Lance has been calling more of the shots in his absence and, as we’ve already seen, the rest of the team is at a loss for what to do. And, will Felicity even come back or will she be so hurt and fearful for everyone’s lives that she just can’t take it?

And how about that Vertigo-fueled fight between the Lance sisters?

Sounds like it’ll be a fun episode!

VERTIGO (GUEST STAR PETER STORMARE) RETURNS AND PITS CANARY AGAINST BLACK CANARY — Oliver (Stephen Amell) is thrown by the changes within Team Arrow. He’s used to calling the shots but sees that the team has evolved in his absence and tensions quickly escalate in the lair. Oliver is furious that Laurel (Katie Cassidy) has been going out as the Black Canary and tells her to stop risking her life, but when Vertigo (guest star Peter Stormare) hits the streets again, Laurel goes against Oliver’s wishes and tracks down Vertigo who hits her with a full dose of the drug. Laurel’s biggest fears revolve around her sister Sara (guest star Caity Lotz) so the Vertigo causes her to hallucinate an epic fight between Canary and Black Canary. Meanwhile, Chase (guest star Austin Butler) surprises Thea (Willa Holland), and Roy (Colton Haynes) warns Thea to stay away from Malcolm (John Barrowman). Michael Schultz directed the episode written by Jake Coburn & Emilia Ortega Aldrich.

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Matt Key is a writer/producer/performer living in Los Angeles.

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