Castle Queen. Moira welcomes a man named Frank, who has been in China recently. But he came back because of "The Undertaking." I think that implies that the Undertaking will be taking place shortly. Right? Moira wants to get out of the whole thing because she's afraid of the vigilante. I'm not sure why, since when the vigilante actually threatened her, she just shot him. She says that Robert also had misgivings, and he sought Frank out. But then he was murdered, so maybe Frank isn't the right person to go to? Anyway, she says their goal is to clean up the Glades, not to lay the city to waste. I believe the phrase is "lay waste to the city." Frank got into this because something happened to his daughter Amanda. They're really good at speaking vaguely about stuff!
Oliver and Diggle have come to the Q Consolidated IT Department. Felicity's not there. Diggle's concerned that her next attack of conscience might lead her to the police. Yes, how horrible it would be for someone to have a conscience on this show. She should just aid and abet her billionaire boss's tendency to go murder people at night. Do I harp on his murdering? I feel like I bring it up a lot. Oliver claims he knows that she won't go to the cops because he made "a similar calculation" when he brought Diggle into the mix. Oliver doesn't really do a lot of calculating, it seems to me. And, says Oliver, if Diggle had gone to the police, Oliver would have murdered him. See, that's why I keep bringing it up.
Felicity gets back, and Oliver tells her that Kent Williams heeded his warning and returned all the money. Well, sure. Oliver hardly ever hurts the guys on the List. Just their hordes of nameless goons. Just then, the television news (which I'm pretty sure was not on) starts talking about a thief called "The Dodger" who puts a bomb collar around his hostage's necks. Felicity says it's a pity his name isn't in Oliver's notebook. Oliver claims that he doesn't just go after people on the list (he totally does) and asks for Felicity's help taking him down. Everyone's back on board! And James Callis has a name!
Some evil people stand around a room full of art. Just as the evil guy with a beard tells the evil bald man that "He's late," the Dodger shows up with a suitcase. And in the suitcase? The Sherwood! Which is just ridiculously large, so it looks exactly like a giant piece of costume jewelry. The Dodger hands over a business card with his bank account information. But it's a double-cross! Three men point guns at the Dodger's neck. But he's got a shock-wand that renders all three of them unconscious instantly. He explains that they'll be out for seventeen minutes, then he shoots the beard guy. That was productive.