No one said being a vigilante was easy. Arrow doesn't exactly gloss over the moral conflict that comes with taking the law into your own hands, and that appears to be one of the issues that Diggle faces in "Suicide Squad." The latest clip from the episode has Diggle trying to wrap his mind around A.R.G.U.S.'s Suicide Squad, and it looks like part of that involves trying to justify his own associations while passing judgment on Lyla's.
In the video, we see Amanda Waller giving Diggle an introduction to the Suicide Squad, and it looks like it doesn't take long for Diggle to make the connection between the name of the group and how A.R.G.U.S. might write them off if push came to shove. And then we see him pulling Lyla aside and questioning her for associating herself with murderers. She throws it back in his face that Oliver and Sara have a pretty high body count. But it's not the same thing. Or is it?
There's definitely some gray area there, as it relates to the body count among Team Arrow, and Diggle may have to consider that as he tries to decide whether or not to work with the Suicide Squad. There's also the personal link he has with the group, as it relates to the death of his brother. He has more than a few reasons not to want to work with these guys.
We were without an episode of Arrow last week, so fans should be especially excited to see this Wednesday night's installment. Here's the previously released Producers Preview:
And here's the trailer for "Suicide Squad":
Arrow airs Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. ET on CW.
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