What's going through Oliver's head right now is anyone's guess, but there are probably a thousand thoughts whipping through right about now.
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Thea comforts her brother before his talk. What will he say about his former lover and friend? Felicity looks like she wishes the day would just be over with already.
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Friends gather to say their final goodbyes to Laurel. Too bad they all couldn't have pitched in a bit more to give her a more fitting floral tribute.
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There is no doubt Diggle blames himself for the horrific tragedy that's happened. The question is: what's he going to do now?
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When you're feeling helpless, sometimes the only thing that helps is a hug. Lucky for Thea she has a big brother who cares.
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Thea is devastated about Laurel's death, just like everyone else. No amount of prayers or wishes is going to bring her friend back.
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Will Oliver ever share with Felicity what Laurel said right before she died?
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There are no words to describe the anguish crossing Quentin's face. If we could reach out and give you a hug, you'd have thousands of arms around you for comfort.
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You can see the reality of the situation all over Quentin's face. He knows it's true, but he doesn't want to believe it.
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There is nothing worse than losing a child, and Quentin has gone through it twice. I can't even begin to imagine the torment tearing through his heart right now.
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Quentin seems to have composed himself after his collapse in the hallway, but it stil won't be real until he sees Laurel's still form with his own eyes.
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It's hard watching someone close to you die, especially after you had been talking to them just moments before, and they seemed perfectly fine. Is Oliver going to keep Laurel's promise? Is that what he's contemplating now as he looks over her dead body?
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Arrow Quotes

You know Oliver, somebody once told me that secrets have weight. The more you keep, the harder it is to keep moving.

Diggle

Every warrior must learn the simple truth -- that pain is inevitable and suffering is optional.

Malcolm