Spoilerific Synopsis For ARROW’s SUICIDE SQUAD Episode Hits


suicide squadTonight’s episode of Arrow just wrapped up on the east coast, and it had one explosive finale. Very shortly after the new episode aired, The CW (via GreenArrowTV) released a very spoilerific synopsis for the March 19th episode we’ve been hearing a lot about lately- Suicide Squad. That episode will be Diggle-centric as Oliver‘s personal bodyguard and first sidekick finds himself recruited as a member of Amanda Waller‘s special team. Diggle will be working (rather reluctantly) with Deadshot, Shrapnel, Bronze Tiger, Waller, and his former love Lyla. Judging by past articles and social media response, this is the episode you’re all waiting to see. Read the synopsis at your own risk. What do you think about the Suicide Squad taking over a full episode of Arrow?

AMANDA WALLER SENDS THE SUICIDE SQUAD OUT ON THEIR FIRST MISSION — Following Slade’s (Manu Bennett) return and his promise to make good on his threat to destroy Oliver’s (Stephen Amell) loved ones, Oliver focuses all his energy on preparing for battle with his former friend. Sarah (Caity Lotz) tries to help but, fearing for her safety, Oliver pushes her away. Meanwhile, Diggle (David Ramsey) is recruited by Amanda Waller (guest star Cynthia Addai-Robinson) and A.R.G.U.S. to stop a warlord (guest star Lee Majdoub) he knew from his time in Afghanistan. Always the solider, Diggle agrees to help. However, he’s not prepared when Amanda introduces him to the rest of the team – Deadshot (guest star Michael Rowe), Bronze Tiger (guest star Michael Jai White) and Shrapnel (guest star Sean Maher), all criminals he and Arrow helped put away. Lyla (guest star Audrey Marie Anderson) defends the team and explains the world is a complicated place, but Diggle isn’t sure he agrees. When the mission takes a dangerous turn, Diggle is forced to make a difficult decision. Larry Teng directed the episode written by Keto Shimizu & Bryan Q. Miller (#216).

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