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On the island, Shado orders Oliver to repeatedly slap a bowl of water while she exhibits yoga poses and explains that Fyers wants Yao Fei to be the scapegoat in his plan. Finally, Shado reveals that Oliver’s task was building his strength so he could pull back the bow’s string before she teaches him how to shoot an arrow.A girl on Vertigo is killed outside of the club. The Hood visits the Count in the mental institution, but the Count is incoherent and later said to have escaped. At the aquarium, the Hood chases a man on vertigo, but he dies of an allergic reaction to the newly added antipsychotic. Oliver wonders if the Count faked his escape to throw suspicion off of him, allowing the Count to steal this ingredient from the mental institution. During another visit to the psych ward, the Hood finds the Count still there and delusional. Dr. Webb, the man behind the new Vertigo, overpowers the Hood and feeds him liquid Vertigo. The Hood activates his exploding arrow, takes an antidote, and with the distraction of Diggle fighting the accomplice doctor, kills Webb but not the Count.Lance discovers that $10,000 is missing from Verdant’s bank account and was used to bribe the city inspector, which prompts Lance to think that the club is dealing vertigo. After acquiring a search warrant, Lance forces his way into the sublevel, but all he finds is booze that Tommy stashed to cover up for Oliver.Diggle has Felicity secretly tracking Floyd Lawton; she uncovers who was booking Deadshot’s hits. Diggle hands this information over to an old friend of his, Lila who is part of the agency ARGUS. Since stopping Lawton is important to Diggle, Oliver pledges to help. Tommy quits his position at the club and asks his father for a job.
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