Barry: I cannot believe you're a member of the Russian mob.
Oliver: Former member, probably. We has a falling out last year.

Lyla: You're, you're...
Barry: The Flash. Sushi?

Lyla: You only call me sweetie when you want something.
Diggle: Is it working?

Cisco: I have so many ideas for improvements. And this! This is the bomb. Red is so much cooler than green, am I right?
Roy: I am really starting to like this guy.

Roy: Since when did we start selling admission to the Arrow Cave?
Oliver: It's not... Do you see what you've done?
Caitlin: [pointing at salmon ladder] Hey, what's that for?
Felicity: [sighs] Distracting me from work.

Caitlin: We had some vacation days...
Cisco: We want to see the Arrow Cave.
Felicity: We don't really call it that. Ever.
Cisco: I want to see the toys. I need to see the toys. Do you guys have an Arrowmobile?

Diggle: If this is an ARGUS thing, Lyla's gonna want it to stay that way.
Oliver: Then tell her to stop letting people get killed in my city.
Diggle: You really don't care about my marriage, do you?
Oliver: Well I would, if you and Lyla were still married.

You know, Felicity Smoak, you're different than anyone I've ever met. You deserve all those things, and more.

Ray

I understand that you're hurting and I what it's like to want someone but not be able be with them. How you wish things could be different, but they can't. I can't be with you; I can't be with anyone. I have to be alone.

The Arrow

Please, call me Felicity, and I don't blame you for not wanting to sell Ray your mine, because you don't know what his plans are. The thing about Ray is he's not a businessman. Businessmen make deals, they make money. What Ray is, is something else entirely.

Felicity

This is Felicity Smoak, Vice President of Palmer Technologies.

Ray

Felicity: What happened to the thing?
Ray: Wow. You look ridiculous. Which I mean in a good way that's not creepy. You look beautiful.
Felicity: Oh. I think it's the dress.

Arrow Quotes

There are people in this world who deal only in extremes. It's naive to think that anything less than extreme measures will stop them.

Amanda

Laurel: Helena, you don't have to do this.
Helena: Yes, I do. Because once you let the darkness inside, it never comes out.