Ollie makes some arrows and a plan to get Whaurel to act as a good attorney for Declan. HAHAHAHA. I totally agree with the comments about Katie Cassidy not being believable as a lawyer. It’s like when Tara Reid played an archeologist in Alone In The Dark. Girl, please. Just flash your titties and be stupid. I prefer my Whaurel as a demon on Supernatural.
She’s so pretty but hot DAMN, give this bitch some Preparation H for that luggage under her eyes.
Wharuel arrives at her apartment to find the power cut. She snatches a gun out of a drawer, and Arrow is waiting for her. He asks for her help with Declan and lets her know his theory. When she asks why me, he just says because they’re both trying to help.
His makeup-created bags still look better than hers.
Whaurel meets with Declan and lists off all the evidence against him. He and his wife had an argument about Brodeur, and she found out about his company dumping toxic waste into the Glades. Remember, this refers to the shitty part of Starling City, not a swamp. Declan says the next morning, he found his wife dead, and Whaurel seems to believe him a little.
Moira Queen meets Steele for lunch, and we learn that there are $2.6 million missing from the company books. He thinks it’s just an error, but we know there has to be something sinister behind it. Mommy Queen perhaps? She acts guilty briefly and shakes it off.
Whaurel brings the case to her piece of shit asshole detective father, and he shits on her parade.
“Honey, you’re JD degree is written in crayon.”
The supervisor that Declan’s wife went to claims that she never approached him with the accusations as Declan claimed.
Diggle is at his former sister-in-law’s restaurant when Ollie and BM show up. Ollie confronts Diggle for not ratting him out yet. Ollie has brought his father’s journal. He says he found it when he buried him. If that’s true, then we know it was blank when he found it during burial, so we’ll have to wait on how exactly he filled out the diary.
Ollie reveals that his father killed himself to give young Queen a chance.
“White people problems.”
Ollie tells Diggle that the bullets that killed Diggle’s brother Andy were laced with curare, Deadshot’s MO. It would seem Ollie took care of Andy’s killer. Ollie tempts him with a chance to help other families by joining him, then ditches BM by claiming to go to the little vigilante’s room.
At the manor, Moira tells Steele that she thinks she solved the mystery of the missing money. She claims that it must have been her because that’s the exact amount the company invested in a friend’s start-up venture three years ago. A likely story. She offers to call Accounting and clean it all up, and Steele acquiesces. But one last look of his says that he doesn’t believe her.