Team Green Arrow’s ongoing battle with Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) is complicated by a shocking revelation. Thea’s (Willa Holland) bloodlust returns and she loses control in front of Alex (guest star Parker Young).
“Arrow” really is all about resurrections in one form another right now, isn’t it? Yeah. About one week ago, we saw Sara Lance brought back from the dead, and that was a nice start. So who is coming back this time around? We’re looking in the direction of none other than Diggle’s brother -Andy! Actually we aint sure how he is gonna be back, but the promo below for “Brotherhood” suggests that he is alive, but unfortunately completely under the control of Damien Darhk.
If you are interested in some further insight into what to expect, just take a look at the attached synopsis right now:
“Team Green Arrow’s ongoing battle with Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) is complicated by a shocking revelation. Thea’s (Willa Holland) bloodlust returns and she loses control in front of Alex (guest star Parker Young).”
Malcom’s way to supress Thea’s Blood Lust has expired, and she loses control in Front of Alex (Guest star-P.Young). By the time we make it to the end of this particular story, let’s just hope that we get some sort of answer one way or another on Andy, if he can be rescued, and what him being alive could mean for John and the rest of the team. The significant thing to remember here is that even if he is still out there, he is not exactly a good person. Can Diggle reconcile that? We expect this to be a particularly huge episode for David Ramsey.
One other thing to remember going into the next episode is that it is directed by none other than stunt guru James Bamford. With that in mind, you better believe that there is going to be a whole lot of action coming up.
Also, there’s been a lot of speculation that Damien Darhk might be Felicity Smoak’s father,(really?) and as far-fetched as that may seem, something along those lines would be a shocking enough revelation to change Team Arrow’s battle with the villain. We’ll just have to wait and see. Other than that, this synopsis isn’t particularly revealing, but are you excited about what’s to come in “Brotherhood”?