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ARROW News Bits: “Seeing Red” Clip, “Streets Of Fire” Logline, Hints For Season Finale

This week’s episode of Arrow is Roy-centric, as the character descends into the rage driven by Mirakuru. In “Seeing Red”, he heads into battle with Team Arrow, and we can get a glimpse of that action in the following clip. In this minute of footage from the episode, Roy breaks a bone (literally) as he takes on The Arrow and Canary. Watch it below, and you can check out the full episode Wednesday night at 8 PM EST on The CW.

Meanwhile, The CW has released the official plot summary for the penultimate episode of the season, “Streets of Fire”. The episode teases Team Arrow’s war against Slade Wilson and his army, but just as exciting, [Spoiler?] it confirms the return of John Barrowman’s Malcolm Merlyn, who finally comes face-to-face with his daughter Thea. As it sets the stage for the much hyped about season finale, this episode should be one of the most pulse-pounding of the series.

MALCOLM MERLYN RETURNS — Oliver (Stephen Amell) rallies his team as Slade’s (Manu Bennett) soldiers attack the city. Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) gets a call from S.T.A.R. Labs with game-changing news and Thea (Willa Holland) comes face-to-face with her father – Malcolm Merlyn (guest star John Barrowman). Nick Copus directed the episode written by Jake Coburn & Ben Sokolowski (#222).



And finally, we have new teases for said finale, titled “Unthinkable”. Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells TV Guide that the final three episodes of Arrow Season 2 will be some of the “darkest” we’ve seen yet on the show. The finale will take place in “real-time”, ala 24. And as previously known, we’ll see plenty of familiar faces from the series. Kreisberg then teases, “There’s a couple of massive surprises for the island,” before suggesting that somebody is going to die. “The gloves are off and anybody can die at any minute.” Of course, there have been many theories surrounding this death, with the likes of Sara, Moira and Quentin being speculated. (And sorry, Laurel’s *probably* not going anywhere.) We’ll just have to wait until May 14th to see how it all goes down.

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