Hola, apologies that I haven't written anything since the season premiere, but I am here now, and that's what matters, right? Anyway, time to get to the stuff you probably care about, Arrow. The first half of season 4 showed the long time vigilante try a new tactic of fighting in the light instead of the shadows, which got his fiancee and long time series regular Felicity Smoak shot by the men of the cold-blooded villain Damian Darhk. Felicity is alive, but without the use of her legs. Meanwhile, Diggle discovers his brother Andy is alive after years of thinking he was dead. However, Andy is now a follower to Darhk. Team Arrow catches Andy, and Diggle struggles knowing his brother is now like the man who is out to destroy Star City. However, in episode 11 when Diggle's wife is being held hostage by the evil group known as Shadowspire, he has no choice but to trust his brother, who used to work with Shadowspire. After Andy helps Diggle take down his wife's captors, Diggle lets Andy out of the cage where he has been kept and lets Andy come and live with his family. This pretty much brings us up to know, so now lets finally start the list of the top five things to expect in the second half of Arrow Season 4.
5: Darhk Explanation
I believe a Damien Darhk explanation is becoming somewhat unavoidable. The guy can somehow suck the life out of people and wants to destroy Star City, yet has a wife and daughter. He both murders families and yet has one of his own? Remember when he got really upset when Anarky took his family hostage? Well Darhk murders families. Plus, the biggest part that needs explaining to me is how he looked the same in 1975 as he does now. And why didn't he just take Star (at that time Starling) City before it became infested with vigilantes? And another question, what is his connection Vandal Savage? Darhk appeared in this weeks episode of [DC's Legends of Tomorrow](tag:2937021) and to me it looked like he was a familiar face to Vandal Savage. I believe the show will explain this soon enough, and at the very least during the finale.
4: Lyla To Become Head of A.R.G.U.S
During episode 11 of Arrow this week Amanda Waller, head of A.R.G.U.S., was shot in the head and killed. However when she was killed, she was saying how Lyla Michales (Diggle's wife) was her most trusted agent, that Lyla knew all the secrets of A.R.G.U.S., basically Waller was saying how Lyla was the next best thing to her. If Lyla is the next best thing to Amanda Waller who died, she has to be the obvious choice to become the new head of A.R.G.U.S. If they do ever come back to the A.R.G.U.S. story line I believe if she decides to take it, Lyla will be the new leader of A.R.G.U.S.
3: The Return of Anarky
When you have a villain as insane as Anarky, you do not simply toss him away after a few episodes. I personally love the hate triangle they have going on with Anarky, Damien Darhk, and the Green Arrow. If one attacks another, the third is sure to show up and battle both of them. They all want the other two dead (or in the Green Arrow's case in custody), and since the show will probably kill of Darhk at the end of the season they should really make the most of this amazing hate triangle while they can. Just imagine if they kept Ra's Al Ghul alive, then it'd be a hate square.
2: Felicity Will Walk Again
Common, you guys don't really think she is paralyzed forever, right? This woman is friends with the team at S.T.A.R Labs, Ray Palmer (who invented a super suit that allows him to shrink), Curtis Holt (her friend who is one of the smartest people out there) and people seriously think she won't walk again? Come on people, there is no way she's paralyzed all season. S.T.A.R. Labs along with Curtis and Ray will be able to figure out a solution before you can say "knew it".
1: Have Your Heart Broken
No matter who it is, fans will be heart broken as Oliver is when you find out who is really in the grave. It could really be anyone except for Oliver, Barry (the Flash), or Felicity, who were all spotted by the grave. Diggle, Laurel, no one is safe. Expect to have your heart shattered during the season finale. If it hits the rock called Oliver THIS hard it cannot be good.