The 8 Best things in #Arrow150

The 150th episode of Arrow was jammed back with a lot of feels. We’ve been through a lot with our favorite characters over the last seven years, and the writers decided to commemorate that with an incredible episode. Here are the eight best moments from the episode:

8. Barry cameo 

It makes complete sense that Barry (Grant Gustin) is in the 150th episode of Arrow, but I wasn’t expecting it, so it was a nice surprise. Barry is so cute, pretending he had no idea Oliver was the Green Arrow. He’s a horrible liar.

7. Thea

I’ve been missing Thea (Willa Holland) since she left the show, so it was nice to see her again. Even if it was only for a minute.


6. Lance 

The writers tried to get us to cry right away with showing Lance (Paul Blackthorne). Hopefully, the writers can find a way to bring him back for the series finale, too.

5. John telling Oliver there’s always a Team Arrow

John (David Ramsey) and Oliver (Stephen Amell) have been strained for this entire season. It was nice to see the writers address that and find a way to bring them back together. It was the start of bringing Arrow back to its roots, back to the show we all love.

4. Dinah turning her badge in, Oliver saying if his friends are arrested, he should be too. 

OTA and NTA have been a mess in season six and seven. They haven’t had each other’s backs, until now. They were back to being a team and standing together, and it was a beautiful thing to see.

3. Team Arrow back in Action 

It’s been way too long since Team Arrow was in a battle together.

2. Curtis confused about how Oliver knows about the satellites


1.Felicity back in action!  

What can be better than Team Arrow back in action? Definitely seeing Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) back in action.

What were your favorite moments? Tell me in the comments or tweet me @MandyTTCarr.

Mandy Carr

Editor and Founder, Primetime Addiction

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