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ARROW: Season 4, Episode 14: Code of Silence Trailer [The CW]

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Arrow Code of Silence Trailer. The CW‘s Arrow Season 4, Episode 14: Code of Silence TV Show Trailer stars Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Katie Cassidy, Willa Holland, and guest star Neal McDonough. The mayoral race heats up in the next episode of Arrow as Damien Darkh (McDonough) returns to Star City with a group of mercenaries who like to blow things up in Code of Silence.

It looks like Darkh has plans to turn a political debate into a battleground. Reflective of reality, no? In Episode 14, Team Arrow uncovers HIVE’s plan to take them out for good, leading Quentin Lance (Paul Blackthorne) to wonder if Donna Smoak (Charlotte Ross) is better off without him and Oliver (Amell) to consider telling Felicity (Rickards) about his son. Source: Imdb.

Felicity did not take the news of Oliver’s fatherhood well in Legends of Yesterday, and being told so long after Oliver discovered his son may be more than a shock. Also, I hope Captain Lance and Donna stay together because their union injects unexpected comedy into almost any situation. What do you think? Check out the trailer for Episode 14: Code of Silence:

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