6. Is Roy and Oliver’s team-up a preview of things to come?
For Guggenheim, integrating Roy into Team Arrow was an arc that first began back in season two’s “Tremors” episode. “We made a big deal about Roy joining the team [back then] and then didn’t get a chance to do that much with it because we were pushing a lot of other story,” he admitted, promising that Oliver and Roy’s “mentor-mentee, master-apprentice relationship” is “a big component of the [new] season.” “You really feel like Roy is a part of Team Arrow and it’s more than just wearing a costume. He’s really present and a member of the group — the trio becomes a quartet.” Guggenheim hinted that episode six — another Roy-centric hour — will have similarities to “Tremors.” “I wouldn’t call it a sequel, but they are thematically related,” he said. “Roy being a part of the team is an important part of Roy’s development.”
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