ARROW Episode 16 Will Be All About The SUICIDE SQUAD

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suicide squad dcMore than ever before Arrow has been dropping some big teasers about the DC Universe and what may or may not be coming up in the show’s second season. We’ve seen the first team-up between Arrow (Stephen Amell) and Roy (Colton Hayes) in last week’s episode, this week’s episode will see the arrival of Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law), and the March 26th episode will be entitled Birds of Prey. Today news has hit about the March 19th episode entitled Suicide Squad. We’ve been introduced to some of the team’s members already and we’ve seen Amanda Waller (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) recruiting, but now it seems the squad will actually assemble next month.

GreenArrowTV.Com is reporting that Executive Producers Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg announced episode 16 is called Suicide Squad. Details are scarce at this time since the episode is still six weeks away, but apparently it will see the likes of Waller and Bronze Tiger (Michael Jai White) returning as well as a few new faces. Ben Browder is said to be returning as Blackhawk member Ted Gaynor too. That one is a little bit of a surprise considering Gaynor was killed in his episode featuring Diggle unknowingly joining the crew. Then again Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) didn’t stay dead long. It will be interesting to see how that episode plays out. We’ve seen a few potential candidates for the Squad, but it seems Waller will be finalizing the roster soon. You can watch the scene from last week where she mentions the group to Bronze Tiger below. What do you think about the Suicide Squad possibly taking on Arrow and Roy?


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