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ARROW News Bits: Season 2 Finale Title, S2E21 Description, Another DCU Easter Egg

Today’s Arrow news bits edition kicks off with the title for the Season 2 finale. GreenArrowTV has learned that the final episode in the stellar season is named “Unthinkable”. Obviously, this serves as a potential clue that something happens in this finale that most won’t see coming. “Unthinkable” has been particularly hyped, as many players in this season of Arrow will be featured. And no, Oliver Queen isn’t going away just yet – The CW recently confirmed that Arrow will return for a third season next fall.

In the meantime, we have new details for Episode 21 of Season 2, “City of Blood”. This episode will see Oliver come to an extreme in an attempt to save his family and loved ones from Slade, much to the dismay of his teammates. Also, Laurel decides to crusade against Sebastian Blood again, while Slade makes his move on the city. More details can be found in the plot summary below. “City of Blood” airs on The CW April 30th.

OLIVER CONSIDERS HIS OPTIONS AGAINST SLADE — After Slade (Manu Bennett) threatens to take everything Oliver (Stephen Amell) loves away, Oliver decides the fastest way to stop further bloodshed is to surrender to his enemy. Knowing that surrender will surely lead to Oliver’s death, Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) go to extreme measures to keep Oliver from confronting Slade. Meanwhile, Thea (Willa Holland) considers leaving town, and Laurel (Katie Cassidy) resumes her crusade against Sebastian Blood (guest star Kevin Alejandro). Finally, Slade unleashes his assault on Starling City. Michael Schultz directed the episode written by Holly Harold (#221).


Finally, executive Marc Guggenheim has teased yet another DC Universe Easter egg that will be coming to Arrow – and it’s one that has already been featured on the series. Via Twitter, Guggenheim posted the following image advertising Ferris Air. Of course, Ferris Air is known for its presence in Green Lantern lore, and was featured in the Green Lantern movie, which was co-written by Guggenheim. The company was also referenced in the first season of Arrow. While it may not lead to anything, the thought of Hal Jordan and other Lantern characters possibly existing in this universe is an exciting one.

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