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‘Arrow’ Photo Preview: Season 2, Episode 12 ‘Tremors’

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Now that Laurel knows the truth about Sebastian Blood, we can’t wait to see the fallout on the next episode of Arrow. In the meantime, The CW is giving fans a sneak peek at a future episode.

The network has released the photos and episode description for the episode airing on Jan. 30, “Tremors.”

Spoiler Warning: The episode description provided by the network references events that will take place in episodes that have not aired yet. So turn back now if you don’t want to ruin any of the surprises.

Otherwise, read the full description and check out the photos below and then hit the comments and share your thoughts with us! Are you looking forward to the episode?

“ARROW TRAINS ROY — Arrow (Stephen Amell) offers to train Roy (Colton Haynes) so he can learn to control his newfound super-strength. However, Roy is a rebellious student and refuses to listen unless Arrow reveals his true identity, which Oliver refuses to do.  Meanwhile, the Bronze Tiger (guest star Michael Jai White) escapes from prison and steals Malcolm’s earthquake machine to sell to the highest bidder. Oliver, Diggle (David Ramsey) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) attempt to stop the transfer, but Roy gets in the way, putting everyone in danger. Laurel (Katie Cassidy) is disbarred and spirals out of control.  Moira (Susanna Thompson) is thrilled when Walter (guest star Colin Salmon) asks her to dinner, but his reason surprises her. Thea (Willa Holland) encourages her mother to ask Walter to reconcile. Guy Bee directed the episode written by Marc Guggenheim & Drew Z. Greenberg.”

Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW. “Tremors” will air on Jan. 29

Mandy Treccia
Mandy Treccia has served as TVSource Magazine’s Executive Editor since 2016, formerly as Editorial Director from 2012-2016. She is an avid TV watcher and card carrying fan girl prone to sudden bursts of emotion, ranging from extreme excitement to blind rage during her favorite shows and has on more than once occasion considered having a paper bag on hand to get her through some tough TV moments. Her taste in TV tends to rival that of a thirteen-year-old girl, but she’s okay with that.

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