A hood comes off Oliver's head. He's sitting on a wooden chair and his hands are zip-tied behind him. And a guy with a red skull-mask is in his face asking questions. I'll call him "Skully!" Skully asks if Oliver's father survived the accident. What, Skully doesn't watch the news? Oliver doesn't answer, so Skully gives him the old stun-gun. Skully asks if Robert (that's Oliver's father's name) made it to the island. Did Robert tell Oliver anything? Oliver grimaces and says that he did. "What did he tell you, Mr. Queen?" "He told me I'm gonna kill you." What? That's a weird thing to tell him.
But there's no time to parse that sentence, because Olive is miraculously un-zip-tied! He lifts the chair and lays waste to the goons. One guy has a machine gun, but when he shoots at Oliver, he's holding a goon as a human shield. Tommy has been lying face-down on the floor this whole time, so Oliver checks his pulse (possibly resurrecting him with miraculous island powers) and parkours after the last guy.
Throughout the chase, Oliver is busting out fancy parkour moves, because it turns out that a jungle island is the perfect training ground for urban parkour. And the Skully with the gun occasionally stops and fires a burst of bullets at Oliver, but he misses every time. Eventually, he loses his skull-mask. Oliver swings on a chain in a very showy move to catch up with him. "Nobody can know my secret," he says, before breaking the guy's neck. Wow, not even some interrogation? Oliver would rather kill the guy right away than find out who sent him, I guess. That seems like poor strategy.
Back in Castle Queen, Oliver tells some dude that a mysterious guy in a hood came in and saved him. The dude is a police detective and is very skeptical of the whole story. There's a sketch of the alleged hood-wearing vigilante. Tommy is unable to corroborate Oliver's story, saying he just saw blurry movement. Officer Dude continues to be skeptical. The kidnappers appear to have been pros with scrubbed identities and untraceable weapons. Officer Dude has vaguely insulting suggestions about ransom and parents, so Walter hustles him out. On his way out, Officer Dude sneers at Oliver, "Your luck never seems to run out, does it?"