Oliver catches up with the doctor in a darkened corridor. The doctor smirks, "You don't look so good. I doubt you could aim a single arrow." But Oliver has three on his bow! He shoots the doctor dead and staggers out. There was no reason for him to have three arrows on his string unless he was expecting his target to make a comment about a "single arrow."
Oliver walks back into the room with the dead orderly and the alive Diggle and Count Vertigo. He pulls back an arrow (just one this time) and points it at the Count. The Count continues to say nonsense: "Looks like I'm the last one standing. Sitting. Spinning. Something to do. What was I going to do? Memory not what it once was. Nothing what it once was." Oliver aims his arrow at the Count's forehead. "Is there a name on the gravestone? No. It's new. And clean and waiting." He can't do it. It's possible that the Count's ramblings were meant to indicate that he's a whole new person. Oliver says, "We're finished here." He and Diggle leave, with the Count still alive. And completely unguarded!
Club Verdant. Tommy is cranky as he tells Oliver that they're in the black. Oliver starts to apologize, and Tommy says the club is important to him. So he quits because Oliver won't see him for what he's become. This seems completely unmotivated. And who's going to run the club now?
Flashback Island. Oliver keeps slapping water. Slade brings in some fish. Shado has a story about a young boy trying to learn Kung fu. He had to slap water in a barrel for a year. Then when he went home to his family, he raised his hand and hit the table they were eating on, and broke the table. Oliver asks, "I'm gonna be able to break a table?" Shado claims he'll do even better. She hands him the bow. "Draw the bow." He does. Slade: "I'll be damned." Next, they'll teach him to shoot.
Look, I don't want to be a downer, but slapping water does not use the same muscles as drawing a bow. And he only did it for about a day. I'll reluctantly accept magic curative herbs, but this is silly.
Quentin's at a bar. Laurel joins him. He's just drinking soda. He says the dead girl got her vertigo from a coworker, so he owes Laurel's boyfriend an apology. He can't say Tommy's name, supposedly. She says he did not screw things up between them. Laurel is happy there's no scotch in his soda. She made a mention of his drinking in an earlier episode, but they seem to have forgotten to put in any actual alcoholism for him to get over.