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Arrow S6E15 Review: “Doppelgänger”


This week, a fan favorite returns to Arrow. But that doesn’t stem our questions: Why do you train fighters on a disco dance floor? What kind of plan involves getting arrested by the police that you may or may not control? And when you’ve seen a character switch sides three or four times, can the stakes get any lower?

Arrow, Season 6, Episode 15

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Arrow Dan Moren with Guy English and John Moltz

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