QUIT HORSING AROUND
This week, the body of a woman was discovered inside a horse, and the case led Will down a very reflective path.
Team Arrow took the fight to Slade, but Slade remained a few steps ahead.
While day drunk, Diane and Alicia discussed merging their firms. And that wasn't the big thing that happened.
A NEW DESIGN
Will's release and Miriam's return to the land of the living caused all sorts of problems for the good doctor Chilton.
When a pickpocket dies from anthrax exposure, Sherlock and Joan have to deal with anti-government extremists and dairy farmers.
Hannibal threw a dinner party this week, which means he had to source ingredients...
A semi-interesting case gets weighed down by flimsy character beats for Joan. Also: I want to see Jonny Lee Miller sing songs from Frozen.
HUFFED AND PUFFED AND BLEW IT ALL DOWN
Slade's actions drove Oliver into a corner—as the Arrow, as a CEO, and as a brother.
LIVE WITH THIS
For three of the women in Will Gardner's life, "The Last Call" was about searching for answers.
BEST LAID PLANS
Will decided to make a move against Hannibal after Beverly's dissected body was found on display.
It was Canary versus the Huntress this week as Helena returned and took Laurel hostage in the process of attempting to kill her father.
THE SPIRITUAL SIDE
In this final arc of the series, Yoda went on a Force walkabout to learn how to survive in the Force after death.
Sh*t just got real, which is a ridiculous thing to say about a show where a man was driven to the edge of his sanity in the first season, but it does feel accurate.
This week, Waller drafted Diggle to lead her Suicide Squad in the retrieval of a dangerous nerve agent while Oliver searched for Slade and acted all mopey.