Here it is! The epicenter of the circle of trust. Somehow it doesn't look all that comfortable in there. If that's what it feels like on the inside, most of us would probably rather be on the outside looking in anyway!
Another show with a smiling Oliver and an over-the-top happy Felicity with Nyssa nearby sure seems to indicate the two loves who have been torn apart have had a chat solidifying their future. What are the odds, do you think?
What an unbelievably pleasant shot of Malcolm Merlyn. Is this a doppleganger? Has he had an extra donut for breakfast or is he just so ready to kick Ra's al Ghuls' ass that he's downright cheerful? It's the first genuine smile I've seen on his face that didn't seem more of a smirk. Well done!
I wonder what Nyssa feels being married to Oliver and back at the lair. Is it awkward or is she pleased to feel even a modicum of freedom at being released from her father's grasp. She's free in a way, right? I can't wait to see what's next for her. Hopefully she makes it out of the finale alive and well!
As Ray looks at Felicity happily reunited with Oliver, one has to wonder if she knows whether he has signed over what we think is Palmer Industries to her. And if she has it, will she then sign it back over to Oliver?
Felicity looks incredibly happy at the conversation she's having with the man she loves. This is surprising given the close proximity of Oliver and his new wife. Perhaps they have spoken about what his marriage really means to him and how much he loves the woman he left behind.
This is a surprisingly gentle moment between Oliver and Nyssa. With a simple touch of their hands, it seems they have reached some sort of communication wherein they may be working together toward a common goal, at the very least.
It surely cannot be a coincidence that this pair of forlorn lovers is framed by the electric blue of fluorescent lighting as they must be about as blue as they can be given their strange and unfortunate circumstances.
Oliver and Felicity are together again, but this time he's married to another an on his way to becoming the leader of the League of Assassins. We can assume things are not the same as the last time they met.
See that little bag Felicity is cradling in her arms? Inside it is her knee-skirting winter coat and her pumps, as well as her other outfit and whatever else she brought on the trip. It's a magical bag. Where can I buy one??
OK. Tell me if it's just me, but the way Diggle and Malcolm are leaning in just right, it looks like they're about to start waving their arms and seconds away from bursting into song. It's a barbershop quartet you guys! Here's hoping they pulled it off for the gag reel.
Oliver: I just need your A game right now Felicity. Felicity: I don't have it! My friend, our friend, was shot with arrows and fell off of a rooftop. Her body is upstairs right above us in a freezer because we don't know what to do with it, with her, so I am so sorry, Oliver, if I have feelings, but maybe if you did, too... I'm sorry. That was mean. But this is Sara we're talking about. Your Sara. How can you stand there being so cold and rational? Oliver: Because I don't have the luxury of falling to pieces. Everyone is looking to me to handle things, to make the right decisions. Everyone is looking to me to lead. If I grieve, nobody else gets to.