Barry Allen's (Grant Gustin) arrival in Starling City didn't just facilitate the introduction of the Flash on Arrow. It also sparked new feelings in Oliver (Stephen Amell) for his go-to gal Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards). Fans have long waited for this working relationship to develop into something more, but will they actually take the next step?
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Being poisoned will be the least of Oliver Queen's worries when he discovers that Team Arrow let Barry Allen in on his big secret in order to save him. But for Barry (Grant Gustin), it's a dream come true as his suspicions about the vigilante known as the Arrow will be confirmed during Wednesday's Arrow (8/7c, The CW).
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Oliver & Co. are saying dasvidaniya to Starling City this week!
When Diggle (David Ramsey) finds out that Lyla (Audrey Marie Anderson) has gone missing after following a lead on Deadshot (Michael Rowe), Team Arrow hightails it to Russia to help out. "Diggle will go very, very far to get Deadshot," Ramsey tells TVGuide.com. "You're going to see him come face-to-face with making a choice as to what kind of man he's going to be when it comes to Deadshot."
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Diggle has been the moral compass for Oliver (Stephen Amell), applauding his friend for finally deciding to apprehend his enemies instead of killing them. But Diggle's quest for Deadshot might blind him from that mantra. "He was...
Roy Harper — and DC Comics fans — finally got their wish last week on Arrow when the emerald archer enlisted young Roy (Colton Haynes) to be part of the Scooby Gang.
In the comics, Roy Harper serves as Oliver Queen's (Stephen Amell) sidekick Speedy before becoming the Red Arrow. The CW series even gave a nod to that when Arrow told Roy to use the red arrow as a means to contact him, which should indicate a lengthy partnership ahead.
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It's Scream with playthings. A scream and a hoot, to be precise. And the first real event of the Halloween season, deserving to become an annual family tradition right up there with It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown — which ABC is holding until Halloween night itself. Disney Pixar's first made-for-TV special, ABC's Toy Story of TERROR! (Wednesday, 8/7c), is a delightful half-hour vignette of gags, action and self-empowerment, couching its never-give-up message in terrific non-stop entertainment. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are back as Woody and Buzz, along with such other iconic fan faves as Don Rickles' Mr. Potato Head and Wallace Shawn's anxious dinosaur Rex, but the focus is on cowgirl Jessie (Joan Cusack), who has to face her abandonment issues and fear of being boxed up alone when one by one, her pals keep disappearing from a shady roadside motel where their owner Bonnie (and her mom) are staying overnight.