The popular supernatural drama series Arrow will be back with a new episode of season 5 this Wednesday, November 2, at 8pm EST on The CW. Episode 5 is titled Human Target and it could feature big ramification for Felicity Smock.
Cast member Emily Bett Rickards revealed that the viewers can expect to watch the new side of her character in the upcoming episode. According to her, the show will focus on the impact of letting around 10,000 people die from a nuclear bomb in season 4.
"I don't think that saying something is the lesser of two evils ever really feels like the lesser of two evils, because it still happened," said the Canadian actress.
The 25-year-old Brooklyn actress even stated that her character was carrying a huge amount of guilt and she was trying to hide it behind her computer and her humour. But she will break down in the fifth episode.
In the official synopsis for the upcoming episode it has been mentioned that IT technician's worlds will collide after Detective Malone joins the ACU. So, the fans can expect to watch a Felicity centric episode this Wednesday.
Additionally, the short summary also hints at a showdown between Oliver Queen and Tobias Church. According to the synopsis, the handsome mayor of Star city will team up with his old friend Christopher Chance aka Human Target to release Wild Dog from the evil forces.
Although a promo for the new episode hints at Oliver's death, rumour mills are over riding on a game plan between the male protagonist and his old friend. Speculations suggest that the DC comic character is known for becoming a part of his clients' life for protecting them, according to Screen Rant.
Meanwhile, check out the official synopsis for Arrow season 5 episode 6, titled So It Begins, below:
When Prometheus ups his killing spree, Oliver searches for connections between the victims. Felicity and Curtis discover the victims have a mysterious link to Oliver's past and this new secret could upend his new team. Meanwhile, Thea has a heart-to-heart with Lance, and Felicity considers telling Malone the truth about her work.