Holy crap! It's the Huntress! Not only that, it's the dark, post Crisis Huntress. Managing to avoid spoilers, I had no idea that they were bringing in Mr. Bertinelli's little girl to this series. And it was a welcome surprise as I wouldn't have expected her to work so well here. But she does. She's the one person that Oliver can be totally emotionally honest with because of similar emotional wounds. Oliver can't be honest with those who don't know his secret. And he can't be totally open with Diggle (at least not yet) but he can with a kindred spirit. But Helena is willing to go farther than Oliver so no doubt this will cause issues. And this almost took my attention away from the fact that Tommy's father is the head of the Secret Cabal that Oliver's trying to take down. And he cuts off Tommy? Spoiler Is this the start of Tommy's descent to the dark side? We also had some nice Thea and Mom moments as well so with all of this going on, I didn't really miss the Island flashback this week. All in all, while the main plot is moving along, the subplots are also percolating nicely. It does look like Helena will have a multi-episode arc but I do wonder how long she'll stick around. I did notice that this episode was co-written by Geoff Johns and I assume that "Michael Staton" was a shout out to Huntress co-creator Joe Staton.