Arrow Pits the Bratva Against Prometheus In "Disbanded"
The CW has released the official synopsis for 'Disbanded,' the March 29 episode of Arrow.As with [...]
The CW has released the official synopsis for "Disbanded," the March 29 episode of Arrow.
As with most of the recent episode synopses, the intricacies of the plot are largely under wraps. What we learn is that both the Prometheus story and Felicity's story with Helix appear to be getting more and more dangerous as time goes on. So much so that now, Oliver seems to think he needs to bring in help to deal with Prometheus. And not the kind of help the rest of the team necessarily approves of.
You can check it out below.
Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) are shocked by Oliver's (Stephen Amell) decision to call on the Bratva to help take down Prometheus (Josh Segurra). Concerned the Bratva may overstep, Diggle has a hard conversation with Oliver about what happens if things go south. Meanwhile, Felicity learns something shocking at Helix.
J.J. Makaro directed the episode written by Rebecca Bellotto.
Felicity's story with Helix is starting to feel more and more like a deep, dark hole she will have a hell of a time digging herself out of -- and at the point in the season where "Disbanded" happens, it's tempting to wonder whether, like they did with Damien Darhk in season 3, they might be setting up a threat that carries over to next year. Felicity is good, after all, but when there's an army of Felicities on the other end of the modem, it's hard to imagine how she untangles that web quickly.
One also has to wonder, especially with the recent reminder that Konstantin Kovar's story isn't over yet, whether Dolph Lundgren might actually end up setting foot in Star City before all is said and done. While it would be surprising for the brutal, pre-season-one Oliver to let Kovar walk away at the end of the flashbacks, it might be beyond his control...
...and of course, if he were to survive the flashbacks only to be killed by Prometheus, there would be some kind of symmetry there.
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Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.0comments