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Season 2 Episode 14

Time of Death

166
Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Feb 26, 2014 on The CW
9.3
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Episode Summary

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A villain nicknamed the Clock King stalks Starling City, committing precision crimes. Meanwhile, Laurel hosts a dinner party for her family but things go badly, and on the island Sara befriends a dying pilot.

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  • I've got a thing for dead people coming back - juices up my zombie fetish.

    10
    This was a glamorous episode in which quite a bit happened. I'm very much back on the Lance bandwagon - I love Sara, she is superb, and Laurel is a completely hilarious trainwreck at the moment, and it's fun to watch.



    But I absolutely adore Felicity, and this was the best of Felicity today. She really delivered in a big way, and it was superb to watch!



    I loved Robert Knepper in as the Clock Maker - the storyline was done very well and it was an intriguing hour.



    The conclusion of the episode was SO AMAZING - cannot wait for the fallout and Oliver's reaction!moreless
  • Black Canary ARRRGGHH

    5.0
    Can't stand the characters Black Canary and Laurel triangle with Oliver its boring and insipid the rest of the episode was good with guy from prison break . At least Slade turned up at the end !
  • Laurel

    9.0
    Didn't think I'd ever be part of the "kill Laurel off already!" club.... I really loved the actress as Ruby on Supernatural..... but this whiney, spoiled, manipulative, bitch isn't even loyal. She's boring, and its time to get rid of her!! PLEASE!!!!
  • Loved the way Felicity tried to compete with Sara

    9.0
    Good episode, loved the way Felicity tried to compete with Sara. The Lance family were just painful to watch, Laurels such a brat and her sister is just annoying.
  • Get her involved....

    10
    Laurel (Katie Cassidy) was amazing in this episode. We need to see more of her integrated within the story line. She has created a great character, has a great talent now do something new with her.
Robert Knepper

Robert Knepper

William Tockman/Clock King

Guest Star

Russell Porter

Russell Porter

Pilot

Guest Star

Curtis Caravaggio

Curtis Caravaggio

Eddie Walczak

Guest Star

Caity Lotz

Caity Lotz

Black Canary

Recurring Role

Bex Taylor-Klaus

Bex Taylor-Klaus

Sin

Recurring Role

Alex Kingston

Alex Kingston

Dinah Lance

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • When Arrow pulls up to the bus, he goes halfway past it. There is a shot of Black Canary taking on the robbers, and then the scene cuts back to Arrow, who is in back of the bus again.

    • When the episode premiered, the end credits were from that week's Star-Crossed episode.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Tockman: Remember what I told you. Timing... is everything.

    • Roy: Wait, do you two know each other?
      Sara: Uh, no, we don't.
      Sin: Right. I just love when people come back from the dead, you know? Juices my zombie fetish.

    • Sara: I am the new bartender.
      Oliver: Uh-huh.
      Sara: I bartended in college and, uh, well, it's kind of hard to get a job when international assassin is the highlight on your resume.

  • NOTES (4)

    • The Clock King
      The Clock King first appeared in World's Finest Comics #111 and was created by France Herron and Lee Elias. William Tockman discovered he had six months to live and went on a crime spree to finance his ailing sister's treatment. He discovered he wasn't dying and  became a regular supervillain with a clock motif. The character was reincarnated in Batman: The Animated Series as Tempus Fugate, and also appeared in the 1960s Batman series played by Walter Slezak.

    • Injoke: The bus has a poster for a Blue Devil movie on the side. In the comics, Blue Devil is a reluctant superhero, a stuntman who has been transformed into an actual demon.

    • Injoke: Tockton has MacGregor's Syndrome, the same disease that Alfred has in the 1997 movie Batman & Robin.

    • International Airdates:
      Canada: February 26, 2014 on CTV
      UK: March 20, 2014 on Sky1
      Portugal: April 6, 2014 on RTP
      Norway: April 15, 2014 on TV2 Zebra
      Denmark: May 1, 2014 on Kanal 5
      Finland: June 12, 2014 on Sub

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