First Look At Robert Knepper As CLOCK KING In ARROW ‘Time Of Death’
Arrow is still on a break thanks to the Olympics, but when it comes back on February 26th it will come back in full force. The episode titled Time of Death will see the introduction of a new villain with Robert Knepper as William Tockman aka Clock King taking center stage. We saw the character teased in the episode’s trailer and promos, but now we have our first god look at Knepper as Mr. Tockman. The Clock King was described as someone with “the mind of a chess grandmaster and can envision all the interlocking pieces of Starling City and adjust them in favor of his crimes.” You can start to guess how that will probably play out since Knepper is decked out in all manner of time pieces. His time may be running out though. It looks like he’s got an appointment with Black Canary. You can see even more pics from the upcoming episode by clicking the source link below. What do you think about our first look at the Clock King?
ROBERT KNEPPER AND ALEX KINGSTON GUEST STAR — Oliver (Stephen Amell) brings Sara (Caity Lotz) into the Arrow team. Watching Oliver and Diggle (David Ramsey) spar with Sara and talk old scars, Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) starts to feel left out. The team is investigating a villain named William Tockman, a.k.a. The Clock King (guest star Robert Knepper), who is a brilliant thief armed with technology that can open any bank vault in Starling City. After The Clock King infiltrates the computer systems in the lair, Felicity feels pressure to prove her worth. When she gets a lead on Tockman’s whereabouts, she heads out without the team, putting her in peril. Meanwhile, Oliver throws Sara a welcome home party, but Laurel (Katie Cassidy) refuses to attend. After Lance (Paul Blackthrone) makes his case for a family dinner, Laurel acquiesces, but when Oliver shows up with Sara, she loses her temper on both of them. Nick Copus directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Beth Schwartz (#214).
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