Oliver joins Moira at the bar. Black-tie events always have a bar. She's pleased he's there and he apologizes for leaving that brunch. She says his leaving the brunch was nothing new and segues into complaints about how uninterested he is in being with her or telling her the truth. And then Dig comes up and whispers in Oliver's ear so he has to go again. Moira wonders why he even bothers coming home. Well, that's easy: because it's an awesome castle!
Redwood United Bank. This time the gang has entered at night when there are no hostages. And it's only Derek and Kyle. They take out the guard and easily open the incredibly high-tech safe. What's the point of even having a high-tech safe if an unemployed steelworker can open it that easily? Kyle goes to check out a noise. And there's Oliver! "Kyle Reston!" he says. But Kyle has a riot shield, which is a good idea. I don't think he had that in the safe. Oliver shoots him in the shoulder, but the fight continues. Fight fight fight.
The guard gets up during the fight, which means he would have regained consciousness while the Restons were in the safe anyway. And he has a gun, but Oliver says, "I got this!" Oliver disarms Derek, but then Derek jumps in front of the shot meant for Kyle. Oliver knocks out Kyle and sends the guard to call an ambulance. Then he takes his hood off so he can have a meaningful discussion with Derek. Derek says it's not Kyle's fault, because of what he turned his son into. FATHER ISSUES.
Back to the island. The gun at Oliver's head won't fire, because it's a hallucination. Oliver finds this frustrating. Sure! The ghost of his father mopes about the things he's done and the things he was about to do. Then he shouts, "RIGHT MY WRONGS!" Oliver asks how he's supposed to do that, since he's marooned on an island. His father tells him he loves him. It's always touching when your hallucination tells you he loves you.
The police arrive at the bank in time for Derek to die. Oliver hoods up and leaves out the back door. The cops should really consider guarding all the exits next time.
Tommy is whiny about Dr. Perfect dancing with Laurel. And Thea's drunk and all over him. He tells her she's like his baby sister. She tells him Laurel doesn't understand him like she does, which seems like a first-draft line. She claims to be used to rejection, then she knocks over a waiter's tray of glasses.