Arrow Recap: The Pocket Queen — Plus, Felicity's Future Killer Revealed?

TVLine | 1/21/2019 | Matt Webb Mitovich
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The CW’s Arrow resumed Season 7 by dropping a bombshell on Oliver, while the future timeline dropped a couple more breadcrumbs — including the identity of the entity that wanted Felicity Smoak dead.

“The world is not a fair place,” the new Green Arrow aka Emiko Queen observed in her opening voiceover, as she crossed names off her own list. “The people who are supposed to protect us are failing us.” For her latest mission, Emiko broke into a place called Talis Global to steal data, but she took a bullet on her way out (the window). Bleeding, she found Rene, who brought her his place and tended to her wound. No Nightingale act would get this icy Queen to thaw, though — and Rene likening her to the OG GA doesn’t help matters at all.

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Oliver meanwhile began his gig as a deputized member of the SCPD, and his first case is the Green Arrow’s atypical B&E. Helping Dinah out with the evidence processing backlog, he brought a blood sample from the shattered window to Felicity at home, who moments later told the hubby, “Can you sit down?” Because not only is the new Green Arrow a she, but she is Robert Queen’s daughter!

Felicity suggested that semi-shell-shocked Oliver reach out to his newly discovered kin, but he suspects that if she wanted to connect, she would have. Felicity works her magic to find recurring payments that Robert had been making to a storage facility, though the account is registered in Moira’s name. Summoning and later rummaging through the boxes contained within, Oliver found a letter that Robert wrote to Walter Steele, asking his longtime friend to, in the event of his death, take care of the delicate matter of a woman he loved, Kazumi Hadachi, and the daughter they had together....
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