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Arrow season 5 will be back with another action-packed episode this Wednesday, November 9, at 8 pm EST on The CW. Episode 6 is titled So It Begins and sub-titled as Sins Of The Father. The sequel will feature new challenges for Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak.

The onscreen couple has already found new interests. Although they are planning to move on with their new partners, the handsome mayor told his ex-girlfriend that he cares for her and he always will. According to him, it is a mortal lock.

With Detective Billy Malone joining the ACU and reporter Susan Williams doing some background check about the male protagonists, it will be interesting to watch how creators are planning to move forward with the storyline.

Cast member Stephen Amell has already revealed that the followers of The CW series will get to watch some interest sequences between the mayor and the reporter in season 5. "I do think that there will be some exploration of a certain element of romance between the two of them, and I hope that people enjoy it because I've found it to be really dynamic so far," TV Line quoted him as saying.

The biggest questions that have been revolving around the viewers' minds are: How much Emily Bett Rickards' character and her former boyfriend know about their new partners? Are they anyway related to Prometheus or his team members? and will Felicity end up feeling guilty about her relationship with the detective? Click here to know more about it. So It Begins will also be available online here.

Check out the official synopsis for Arrow season 5 episode 7, titled Vigilante, below:

When the bodies of two criminals are dropped at SCPD, Oliver realizes there is a new Vigilante in Star City. The team is split about whether they should stop someone who is helping keep the city safe. Diggle is frustrated with his new situation and Thea fights for Lance who confesses a shocking secret. Meanwhile, in the flashbacks, Oliver finally sits down with Konstantin Kovar.