Poor Oliver Queen. ARROW continues to be his own worst enemy.
First, Felicity finds out that her fiancé has been lying to her about his son.
Then, Dahrk (guest star Neil McDonough) puts Green Arrow, Speedy (Willa Holland) and Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) in a magical chokehold in front of William, who has been abducted by Dahrk.
That danger prompts Oliver (Stephen Amell) to send William and Samantha away to a place where he cannot find them.
The secrets and lies have become too much for Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) who returns her engagement ring just before she is able to walk again.
Now, ARROW’s #1 crazy fan, Cupid (guest star Amy Gumenick, also known as SUPERNATURAL’s Young Mary Winchester) is back in Star City.
The character, created by ARROW Executive Producer, Andrew Kreisberg, during his stint on the print version of Green Arrow at DC Comics, makes her fourth appearance on ARROW tonight.
Despite being recruited to the SUICIDE SQUAD by Amanda Waller, Cupid aka Carrie Cutter, still harbors feelings for Green Arrow.
Although her time with the SUICIDE SQUAD has given her purpose and a feeling of teamwork, her continuing disappointment with romance has changed her faith in love.
It is a sad day when Cupid stops believing in love, and even more dangerous when she sets out to destroy the happily-ever-after of celebrity couples by killing them on their wedding day.
Could Cupid really believe that death is the only way to save someone from love?
To stop the raging redhead, and despite their recent breakup, Oliver and Felicity stage a fake wedding (as seen in those faux wedding photos) and set themselves up as bait to capture a crazy Cupid.
What possibly could go wrong with that scenario?
ARROW also stars David Ramsey, John Barrowman and Paul Blackthorne. Additional guest stars on tonight’s episode, “Broken Hearts,” include Dani Alvarado and Preston Vanderslice.
“Broken Hearts” was written by Rebecca Bellotto & Nolan Dunbar and directed by the fabulous John F. Showalter. (Rumor is that the “F” actually stands for “Fabulous.”)