Once she's gone, Diggle is not happy about Helena knowing his name. He also correctly objects to Oliver sleeping with her, since that's the sort of thing that can bias your judgment. Oliver doesn't listen to the lecture. Then Diggle leaves in something of a snit.
Tommy strolls into CNRI and tells Laurel that he got them a "res" at a new restaurant called Table Salt on opening night. It seems that he will not be living more frugally even though he's now broke. That's weird, because you'd think that life as a billionaire is harder when you don't have any money. She thinks he should ask Oliver for a job at this alleged new club he stopped talking about after the time he announced it. Tommy promises he will.
Q Consolidated. Felicity Smoak comes into Walter's office and talks to him about how kangaroos freak her out. Then he gets her on topic, so she wants to tell him about his wife's secret organization. He tries to tell her that everything's resolved, but she insists that there was something hinky! As she tracked the money, she discovered that somebody else was too. And they were "NSA good," but she got an image: the secret logo. I'm not at all sure how someone "tracking the money" would accidentally leave behind their logo. Walter yells at about her prying into his wife's affairs, which is weird considering that he explicitly asked her to do so.
Helena strolls into the Arrowlair for what Oliver calls "an object lesson." They'll be going after Anthony Venza tonight and he promises that no innocent people will be hurt. Oh, is the problem just killing innocent people? Because she was trying to kill the head of the Triads! He talks about how guns are weapons of emotion and unpredictability, so he gives her a hand crossbow. It's just like a gun, except harder to use and easier to track! And he also has an outfit on his computer to show her. We don't see it, but she says, "Does it come in purple? I like purple." See, because the comic book Huntress uses a hand crossbow and has a cool purple outfit. I like that joke!
A lab somewhere. But a lab that's obviously in a warehouse. A man who's clearly Anthony Venza is blathering about how great his pharmacy-grade oxycodone is. The lights go out to the now-familiar sound of an arrow hitting a fusebox. Offscreen, goons get beaten up. Anthony picks up a gun and shouts vague threats into the darkness. Oliver and Helena walk in so Helena can help Oliver with his catchphrase about how Anthony Venza has failed this city. Then they jump down and start punching goons. Anthony begs not to be hurt. I'm surprised he doesn't recognize Laurel, since she's not disguising her voice at all.