Another good episode of Arrow, as Oliver and Diggle's partnership is put to the test. Ha! They finally called it the Arrow Cave. It looks like Merlyn/Dark Archer's main motivation in whatever he has planned for the city is the death of his wife. It's no wonder he's a better fighter than Oliver, traveling and training around the world will pretty much always give you an edge over a guy whose only combat training came from experience on an Island. In that regard Merlyn's like Batman, going through all that training to avenge a loved one. It doesn't change the fact that he's manipulative, a bad father, and all around not a pleasant guy, but it does put him in a different light. Oh Thea, if only you knew how wrong you were... things would be a lot simpler if Moira was just cheating. Now I want Thea to be the first person to discover Moira's secret just to see the look on her face at the revelation. How ironic that the day after she turns 18, Thea gets arrested. I doubt the charges are going to go away as easily as they did when she was just a teenager. She's legally an adult now, and has to finally face the consequences of her frequent drug use. Maybe a night in jail and having to deal with it in court will give her a much needed attitude adjustment and hopefully Moira won't just use her influence to try and keep Thea's record clean. I doubt Oliver would let that happen. I have to wonder if they're going anywhere with Diggle and his sister-in-law. Ted pointing out that she likes him hopefully has some purpose in the grand scheme of things. I can see the sister-in-law keeping Diggle, and thereby Oliver, in check from doing anything crazy or going off the deep end. Though Oliver's much closer to the edge than Diggle is. I really like the Oliver and Diggle relationship so I'm glad that the two seemed to grow closer together after their spat over trust and Oliver's obsession with the list. Sorry Tommy, but Their the real bromance of this show. Though I wonder how much their dynamic will be effected once Roy Harper arrives. I'm still enjoying Arrow, and I can't wait for next week as Green Arrow finally takes on Count Vertigo!