I wanted to invent something that could save the city and instead I invented something that could destroy it. Oh my god, I'm a mad scientist. Oh my god no, it's so much worse than that. Oh my god, oh my god...I'm my dad!Felicity
Emiko: You lied to me, you betrayed me and you killed my mother.
Dante: Emiko, you don't understand.
Emiko: Stop lying and tell me why?
Dante: She was the last reminder of your former life. Your mother was making you weak just like your father did, and I needed you strong to lead the Ninth Circle.
Emiko: She was the only family I had.
Dante: No. We are your family. Don't you see? I did it for you!
Emiko: [Stabs him]. This is for my mother...rot in hell.
Mia: I'm sorry.
Connor: It's not your fault.
Mia: No, it's just I got so mad at you for lying to me that I never thought about how much it sucked for you, and not having anybody to share things with.
Connor: Life...was unfair to both of us.
Diggle: Why did you let me believe a lie?
General Stewart: Every child deserves to believe his father is a hero, and believing it, you became one. If he could see you today, I know he would be so proud of you.
Diggle: If I'm a hero, it's all because of you. Sir.
Mia: I've seen you before. An old Green Arrow documentary. You're...
Laurel: A friend of your parents. You're lucky we got here when we did.
Mia: Dinah sent you to watch my back.
Laurel: It's what Canaries do. Give this to Felicity. You look so much like her. And you may not be a Canary, but you still have a long way to go to prove that you're a hero. Take it from someone who knows how hard it can be. And don't screw it up.
It was like Charlie's Angels without all the feathers and casual sexism.Felicity
Felicity: I have something for you.
Laurel: It's Laurel's Black Canary costume.
Felicity: Yeah, I thought you could use it here, but you know, maybe Earth-2 needs a Black Canary. You are still planning on being good, right?
Laurel: I'm planning to try.
Laurel: I just hope one day I'm actually worthy of it.
Felicity: And now that Laurel Lance upstanding citizen is back, everything can go back to normal.
Laurel: Actually, it can't.
Felicity: Say what now?
Laurel: I am so tired of running. It's time for me to go home now.
Felicity: Home? As in Earth-2 home?
Laurel: Yeah, someone told me that if I wanted to be one of the good guys that I needed to right my wrongs, and the only way to do that is to go back to where it all started.
Felicity: To ladies taking down ladies.
Dinah: And to Laurel. Thank you for the assist and I am very, very sorry that I doubted you.
Laurel: That means a lot. I just wish we could have gotten Shadow Thief.
Dinah: We'll get her next time.
Laurel: So, does this mean you aren't going to arrest me?
Dinah: I don't see why I would. This new evidence proves you didn't kill Hernandez, and you went undercover to bring down Shadow Thief, so I am as surprised as anyone.
Laurel: You came back for me.
Dinah: We're only as strong as we are together, something I didn't realize till just now.
Sara: We are pretty badass together.
Felicity: Yeah, like birds of justice.
Sara: Something like that.
Laurel: Seriously? Felicity, don't you think you are just a little bit out of your element?
Felicity: That is correct. I know that. But so are you.
Laurel: Oh for the love of God. Would you give it up already? This is who I am. Do you not see that?
Felicity: Who I see is someone that I believe in and someone that I really care about.
Dinah: Felicity, what are you doing?
Felicity: Forget trying to live up to Laurel's legacy and forget who Detective Lance wanted you to be. What do you want?
Laurel: I want you to get out of my way.
Felicity: I guess if you're OK with that device killing people, you may as well start with me.
Dinah: Me, too.
Sara: And me.
Laurel: [Turns on Shadow Thief with her cry] I changed my mind. The deal's off.
Sara: So what? You think you deserve a medal for trying to be good for five seconds? Redemption isn't a destination, it's a journey. I wasted years running away from all of the bad things I had done because I didn't want to face the pain that I had caused because I didn't want to be that person. And then I realized the only way to stop being that person was to come home and own up to the things I had done. And yeah, it was painful. And it took a really long time, but it was the only way to become someone else, someone better than who I was.
Laurel: Well, that's great for you. But even if I wanted to change, it's a little too late because this is who I am.