The original team can pretend they’re right with the other two, but there’s no justifying how they drove Curtis away.I can’t help but feel happy for Rene and Curtis, in particular.

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It’s particularly frustrating to see Oliver regress after spending this season so far showing emotional maturity in a way that is really new for the character.

He at least acknowledged that he would have (and has in the past) done the same thing as Rene, and I’m hoping he has the good sense to keep following Thea’s advice.

Evelyn’s betrayal, mentioned frequently here, certainly contributed to that.

But there’s also more distance between the original team and this crop of newbies because Roy, Thea, Sara, and Laurel all came and went.

I doubt this break-up of the team is for long, but it honestly seems like a healthy choice for everyone except Dinah, who is spending time with her murderous ex.

Watching Dinah and Oliver go toe to toe is some of the best chemistry this season, since they’re so similar in temperament.

Cheryl (Judy Greer) is often called by the wrong name by other I. You then have Lana(L-a-n-a), Sterling's Ex who isn't over Sterling.

Her aliases include Carol, Cariña, Cristal, and Cherlene.

Curtis clearly needs some time to think over his priorities in life, and spending less time with Felicity might help him gain some perspective and stick up for himself more when she walks all over him.

And Rene has a good job and his daughter back, and as we’ve seen with Dig and Ollie, having a kid makes a person question their place in the vigilante business.

But it’s Diggle who usually spends time with her and therefore truly betrayed her, and that relationship won’t be easily repaired.