In the era of Peak TV, it can be hard for shows to find footing and last for a long period of time. In its seventh season, The CW's Arrow has not only managed to carve out its groove and find a loyal fanbase, but also provide a springboard for four spin-off series and the beginning of a connected TV universe called the Arrowverse. The show recently celebrated its 150th episode, and with that comes a justified bit of fanfare and honoring the past.
The milestone episode did things a bit different and shot much of the episode in a documentary style with a crew following around Oliver and his friends. There were plenty of Easter eggs and call backs hidden within.
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The documentary also includes an interview with Rory Regan, AKA Ragman. Rory was briefly a member of Team Arrow back in Season 5 before he decided to stop hiding behind a mask and do things his own way.Is this a cool Easter egg?
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Since the episode was shot like a documentary about the Green Arrow and vigilantes, the "crew" had been gathering interviews from people of interest for years. This allowed the show to bring back now-deceased characters. The episode opens with a 2014 interview of Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) who died at the end of Season 6 at the hands of Ricardo Diaz.Is this a cool Easter egg?
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Another familiar face shows up early in the episode: Oliver's sister Thea (Willa Holland). She was a part of Team Arrow – using the codename Speedy – until Season 6 when she decided to leave the team with Roy and Nyssa al Ghul to destroy Lazarus Pits hidden around the world.Is this a cool Easter egg?
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The documentary also unknowingly gets an interview with The Flash. The crew apparently swung by Central City to do a quick interview with Oliver's friend Barry Allen.Is this a cool Easter egg?