At the Arrowlair, Oliver has a police picture of someone who got punched in the face at the bank robbery. He then uses imaginary imaging software to get the image of the high school ring from the indentation in the victim's face. And then he interfaces with what I assume is the Jostens Database to get Larchmont High School. Boy, it's a good thing this bank robber has so much school spirit. And then he cross-references the man's height and weight with some other imaginary database and then he "dug a little deeper" to get Kyle Reston. I like that he had to go through several steps of ridiculous database hacking (that he learned how to do on the island), and even then they had to jump ahead to the end. Anyway, Kyle Reston's father, brother and mother are also involved.
So, real quick, that's only four people. You can't bring in the Royal Flush Gang and then have only four members. That's dumb. If you're not going to have five people, don't go with the reference to the Royal Flush Gang. Okay. Moving on.
Queen dining room. Oliver is a little late for the brunch, but he gets there. Carter Bowen calls him a "billionaire scion," which I mention because it's a fun phrase. And because I feel the need to remind you that these characters are literal billionaires. Carter is a neurosurgeon, but he has an agent who wants him to be "the next Dr. Oz." Oliver asks why he'd want to be a wizard, which is a less successful joke about Oliver not knowing the last five years of pop culture. Oliver says that instead of joining Q Consolidated, he's opening a nightclub. Everyone is shocked, even though it was front page news two episodes ago. Dig comes in with a fake message so he can whisper to Oliver that the bank was hit two minutes ago. Oliver leaves, distressing his mother.
In the foyer, Dig shows Oliver a map so they know where the water treatment tunnels come out. Moira comes out to complain about Oliver running out. He doesn't even try to act as he tells Moira, "Something's come up. I'm really sorry."