Darhk's plans are in shambles and all that's left is to try to burn everything down.
With his power at unimaginable levels, Darhk sets out to regain control of Rubicon.
Facing the threat of nuclear fallout, Felicity decides to reach out to an untrustworthy ally.
Darhk's powers are back and he's decided to take control of Hive's operations.
Laurel hasn't even been dead 12 hours, but there's another Canary running the streets.
This is the episode where we find out who's in "the grave".
It's officially the post-Olicity era on Arrow. So, of course, the first thing Oliver has to do is rush to Felicity's rescue.
I'm going to be honest, the resolution of episode 415 and its permanence in 416 broke a little bit of my love for this show. I didn't consider myself an "Olicity" person, but having them together was the preferable to the horrible awkwardness that is their breakup.
Team Arrow needs to call Liam Neeson, Oliver's son has been taken. I don't think they have his number but they do have Vixen's.
Darhk and Hive are moving their plan forward, while Team Arrow is scrambling to catch up on both the vigilante and political fronts.