In a new exciting season for all, we complete the series with a new set of exciting and action events: It seems that Oliver is forced to ally with an old enemy. In prison, after Oliver surrendered, he will face many challenges and positions, and this may be the biggest challenge, while Felicity will get a very exciting show, and Digley asks Curtis to hide away from Argos. On the other hand, Felicity is trying to find Diaz by any means.
James Bamford, Wendey Stanzler, Laura Belsey, Gordon Verheul, Ben Hernandez Bray, Joel Novoa, Kristin Windell, Mairzee Almas, Mark Bunting, J.J. Makaro, Ken Shane, Andi Armaganian, Alexandra La Roche, Tara Miele
Seeing everyone together was fun while it lasted, even though it was far too brief. There's a lot to miss about the groups dynamics, something I never thought I'd say back when the Arrow cave was getting all crowded.
"Due Process" is perhaps the most encouraging installment of Arrow Season 7 to date. This is the first episode where the show's supporting characters have really been able to shine and haven't been overshadowed by Ollie's prison storyline
It's clear the writers want [Earth-2 Laurel] to start sliding into some of that old Laurel role, and her burgeoning friendship with Felicity has made for an interesting way to do it. It's early, but at this point, it does seem to be working.