Aired: May 03, 2017 , Tuesday at 21:00 on CW


Episode Summary: Things get intense when Oliver and Felicity are trapped in the bunker together. Meanwhile, Lyla and Diggle deal with their marital issues.
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Oliver and Felicity Finally Have the Talk

In Season 4 of Arrow, Oliver and Felicity abruptly broke up because Felicity believed that Oliver didn't trust her after finding out about his secret son William. It was a strange move in a somewhat strange season and angered a certain section of fans who really enjoyed the two together. While Arrow season 5 has proven that the show doesn't need Oliver and Felicity together (romantically) to survive, and even thrive, this episode entitled "Underneath," brings Oliver and Felicity back in a big way. Tra... more


Who knew being trapped in a life or death situation would prove to be a therapeutic affair for Oliver and Felicity? That's exactly what happened on Arrow Season 5 Episode 20, and it resulted in a decent hour of this CW hit.  Having Oliver and Felicity trapped in the bunker provided some insight into how they felt about one another. Now, I don't see them getting back together anytime soon, but it brought them closer together.  I felt horrible for Felicity being rende... more



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We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Good Doctor, The Conners, The Resident and Riverdale! 1 | Netflix&rsqu... more

Arrow Ep Reveals How Slade 'Returned' for the Series Finale's Critical Rewrite

The first scene of Arrow‘s series finale revisited that fateful night where Slade Wilson held Moira Queen at gunpoint, only to holster his weapon… and instead run her through with his sword. Except this time around, Oliver untied his hands in time to rise up and tackle his arch enemy, so that in this reborn universe, his and Thea’s mother would live to see another day. The changed-up sequence played out seamlessly, as if series alum Manu Bennett was actu... more

TV Ratings: 'Arrow' Signs Off to Low Numbers

The CW was likely hoping that “Arrow” would sign off with a TV ratings bullseye, but the series finale failed to draw a large audience missed the mark a little. Stephen Amell officially brought out his bow one last time, and 723,000 total viewers tuned in to watch, which represents almost a 20% drop from the penultimate episode. The finale scored a 0.3 rating among adults 18-49, which is even on last week. To put that number into perspective, the Arrowverse crossover episode from Jan... more


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