Laurel is lounging around at home listening to some really terrible music. It's so terrible that I can only assume that it's product placement for some band that kids today like. She's interrupted by a knock at the door: it's Tommy! And also a pizza guy! Tommy brought food, but it seems redundant at this point. Luckily for him, he's able to convince her that his spicy tuna on crispy rice is an even better choice than the pizza she picked out and ordered for herself. Also, Tommy wants Laurel to go on a date with him. He reminds her of the charity gala he put on for her, as evidence that he's now a serious person.
Arrowlair! Oliver is shirtless and beating up one of those wooden poles that Jackie Chan used to like to work out with. Dig comes in so Oliver can exposit that Copani worked for well-known mob boss Frank Bertinelli. Oliver declares, "The best way to figure out who's trying to target his organization is to get inside it." That can't be right! If it were, wouldn't Frank already know who was targeting him? Dig waxes sanctimonious about how Oliver's mother was shot at and nearly killed. He asks if Oliver has thought about being there for his family? Oliver claims he's going to protect his family (this from the person who, as far as we know, is targeting people completely different from his family): "He's a dead man."
The mysterious shooter rides the motorcycle into a warehouse. It's obviously a woman, but we're supposed to be shocked when she takes off her helmet. She's got a corkboard covered in pictures and she writes an X through one of them. It's important to have a lot of evidence in your secret lair. If the police find your stuff, you want them to be able to connect you to all your crimes at once.
Castle Queen. Thea was going out "clubbing" because thought Oliver was taking the night shift to watch their mother. He's also going out, so now she has to stay in. This generates the same scene as always, where she complains about how selfish he is. You know, these guys are literally billionaires, so you'd think they could get a nurse in there. Their house looks to have at least 20 rooms in it, so they've got a household staff in there somewhere. Tommy barges in (say, why would you have a castle and not lock the door?) and Thea goes back upstairs. Oliver tells Tommy he's going to a "business thing," which is so vague that it barely counts as a lie. Then Tommy tells Oliver that he's going on a date with Laurel. Oliver claims to be fine with it. Then he says if Tommy hurts Laurel, he'll snap his neck.