Deathstroke follows Oliver home as Laurel considers revealing the identity of the Arrow.
The team looks for allies as Coulson starts to unravel. Meanwhile, Ward’s loyalties come into focus.
The royal wedding finally takes place as Tyrion’s problems quickly escalate.
“Greendale is gonna make a great Subway Sandwich University. Research shows most of your graduates end up working for our restaurants anyway.”
Coulson’s team reels from multiple betrayals as the true nature of S.H.I.E.L.D. finally comes out.
As Dylan gets to know his new boss, Norman’s behavior has unintended consequences.
Tyrion meets a new enemy as Jon Stark recounts his sins and Daenerys discovers the limits of her control over the dragons.
“Ow! Damn it! Sorry, my twin brother is… it’s pointless to explain.”
Slade Wilson makes his move as Oliver Queen’s world crumbles around him.
Coulson calls in some help from S.H.I.E.L.D. as the hunt for the Clairvoyant produces a few new leads.
Frank gets back to his really old self after surgery while Lip makes an impression on his girlfriend’s parents.
Rick and his group arrive at Terminus after facing trouble on the road.
Da Vinci helps Lorenzo use his voice to thwart Rome’s plans for Florence.
The show blows itself up in the end, literally and figuratively.
Will draws out his admirer and makes a decision that could cost him his soul.
Philip gets to know his Israeli counterpart while the rezidentura negotiates for a brilliant physicist.
The Huntress returns, as Black Canary tries to save Laurel from a hostage situation.
Dylan struggles with the revelation of his secret as Norma gets dragged out and Norman goes a little mad sometimes.
With the brothers still divided, Sam looks into a case with family ties, while Dean deals the Mark of Cain.
Fiona loses herself in Wisconsin, Frank gets a liver and Lip has a heart.