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'Arrow' Season 2 photos: The Clock King and an awkward dinner in 'Time of Death'

"Arrow" Season 2 is about to get a lot more awkward in "Time of Death." Not only is there a deadly foe, The Clock King (Robert Knepper), but there is also the fact that Oliver and Sara have gotten back together. Photos from the episode make this very clear.The Lances throw a family dinner to welcome Sara (Caity Lotz) back home.Oliver (Stephen Amell) comes too.Unfortunately, this results in a rather awkward situation between the sisters.Is it enough to drive Laurel (Katie Cassidy) back to drugs?The new Lance family bliss, however, seems to be working out well for Officer Lance (Paul Blackthorne) and his ex-wife, Dinah (Alex Kingston).Meanwhile, a new threat comes in the form of William Tockman, the Clock King.His clever technology manages to infiltrate even the Arrow lair. Because of this -- and because Oliver and Sara are getting so close again -- Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) feels the need to prove her... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/arrow-season-2-photos-the-clock-king-and-an-awkward-dinner-in-time-of-death.html

Caity Lotz Talks ARROW, Hoping to Win Over the Fans, the Fight Scenes, the Possibility of Sara Rejoining the League of Assassins, and More

On Season 2 of the hit CW series  Arrow , Oliver Queen ( Stephen Amell ) has rededicated himself to his mission of being more than just another vigilante, and is attempting to become a beacon of hope for the city’s most vulnerable, as The Arrow.  In Episode 13, “Heir to the Demon,” Oliver and Lance (Paul Blackthorne) try to convince Sara (Caity Lotz) to stay in Starling City and finally reunite with Laurel (Katie Cassidy), who continues to unravel, and Dinah (Alex Kingston).  When Sara’s fellow League of Assassins member Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) shows up in Starling City to bring Sara back to the fold, Sara refuses, putting her family in danger.   Read more at  //collider.com/caity-lotz-arrow-interview/#zaAdWKV18TeuQQOP.99

'Arrow' Season 2: Slade Wilson, prison, bank robberies and more in an extended promo

 "Arrow" Season 2 has a lot of dark excitement in upcoming episodes, according to a new extended promo. While a voiceover threatens ruin and nowhere to hide, short clips posted to Facebook focus on destruction, crime and more.Highlights of the Facebook video include Oliver in what looks like a prison -- possibly Dr. Ivo's medical-horror ship -- a newly tough Oliver shooting a flaming arrow on the island, Slade Wilson in what might be the Queen mansion, Diggle robbing a bank, a super awkward Lance family dinner, Felicity facing what may just be an overwhelming computer challenge and more than one Deathstroke image.The whole thing ends with the creepiest line of all: "The dead are owed nothing."It may not be a cheerful second half of... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/arrow-season-2-slade-wilson-prison-bank-robberies-and-more-in-an-extended-promo.html

'Arrow' team breaksdown 'Arrow' midseason finale; offer hints for second half

Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim dissect this week's "Arrow" episode, "Heir to the Demon," and what it means to the show going forward. //www.hitfix.com/news/arrow-team-breaksdown-arrow-midseason-finale-offer-hints-for-second-half

'Arrow': An Islamic prayer and the issue of cultural prejudice

In the recent "Arrow" episode, an assassin takes a moment to pray before drinking poison and dying. That moment was meant to deny information to heroes Oliver Queen and Sara Lance, while simultaneously showing commitment to the League of Assassins.But did this moment mean more? Is "Arrow" guilty of cultural or religious prejudice because a Muslim prayer was spoken before the suicide? The answer is more complicated than you might expect.What would Ra's al Ghul do?It's probably safe to say that, whether or not the "Arrow" scene did give offense, this was not the intent. Members of the League have previously shown devotion to the point of death. Captured as he was, the unnamed henchman would have little choice but to commit suicide, according to the rules set out by his organization. And even a hardened killer might utter a short prayer before death.Why was it a Muslim prayer then? Again, there's a straightforward,... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/arrow-an-islamic-prayer-and-the-issue-of-cultural-prejudice.html

'Arrow' Bosses Break Down the 10 Biggest Developments

Executive producers Andrew Kreisberg and Marc Guggenheim discuss the ramifications of the Nyssa/Sara twist, a Queen family in shambles and what's in store for the second-half of season two.              //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/wJiFr-owlwU/story01.htm

'Arrow': Broken hearts for everyone in 'Heir to the Demon'

You should never let an ex back into your life.If "Arrow" only adhered to this rule, so very much of the suffering endured by the characters (and possibly the audience) in "Heir to the Demon" could have been avoided. Nyssa al Ghul, Sara Lance, Oliver Queen, Malcolm Merlyn ...Exes are nothing but bad news in this one.Sara's most-recent ex causes troubleSince the random League of Assassins henchmen proved ineffective at catching Sara in previous episodes, the big guns fly in for "Heir to the Demon." It's actually just one big gun, Nyssa, much to the dismay of customs agents at the Starling City airport.But Nyssa's poisonings and be-ribboned entrances are not just meant to intimidate Sara into returning -- she also wants to win back Sara's heart. You see, it was Nyssa who "saved" Sara by inducting her into the League. At some point after that, gratitude turned to love.And nothing quite says love... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/arrow-broken-hearts-for-everyone-in-heir-to-the-demon.html

Arrow Producers Talk LGBT Storyline, Ra's al Ghul and Reveal Deleted Scene

  [Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of Arrow . Read at your own risk!] So that's what Sara Lance has been doing for all these years! Once rescued by the League of Assassins, Sara ( Caity Lotz ) found love in the arms of Ra's al Ghul's daughter Nyssa al Ghul ( Katrina Law ), who came to Starling City during Wednesday's episode of Arrow to bring Sara back to the League — and to...   //www.tvguide.com/News/Arrow-Spoilers-LGBT-Ras-al-Ghul-Canary-1077335.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'Arrow' - 'Heir to the Demon': EPs Andrew Kreisberg, Marc Guggenheim reveal all

Every week, "Arrow" outdoes itself in terms of epic fight sequences, game-changing reveals and intense character confrontations, but Wednesday (Feb. 5) night's episode, "Heir to the Demon," was in a class all on its own.With the introduction of Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) -- Ra's al Ghul's daughter -- hunting down Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) to bring her back to the League of Assassins, the stakes would have been high enough. But the show added another, more emotional level to Nyssa's journey: She was Sara's ex and wanted to win her heart again.Of course, Nyssa ended up releasing Sara from her duty to the League when it became clear Sara would rather die than leave her family again. But watching Nyssa deal with the pain of that revelation was what made her one of the series' best villains so far -- a fact with which executive producer Andrew Kreisberg wholeheartedly agrees. "It's been pointed out... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/arrow-eps-discuss-nyssa-al-ghuls-sexuality-saras-newfound-freedom-and-more.html

'Arrow' spoilers: Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg, Katrina Law preview Nyssa al Ghul's shocking arrival in Starling City

Oliver Queen and Sara Lance have faced many a villain together on "Arrow," but when Nyssa al Ghul -- daughter of the infamous Ra's al Ghul -- makes her way to Starling City to bring Sara back to the League of Assassins, things will get messy.Zap2it screened Wednesday (Feb. 5) night's episode, "Heir to the Demon," for a Q&A with executive producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg as well as Nyssa herself, Katrina Law, and we can promise that Ra's al Ghul's daughter does not disappoint. She's intimidating and a ruthless fighter but is also a real person, with shades of gray like any well-written villain.Here are five spoilers from the episode:Nyssa's motivation for bringing Sara back is not what you'd expect: "Nyssa is obviously Ra's al Ghul's daughter, and second to him she's one of the most important figures in the League," Kreisberg says. "They sent their first round of minions to come... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/02/arrow-spoilers-marc-guggenheim-andrew-kreisberg-katrina-law-preview-nyssa-al-ghuls-eye-opening-arriv.html