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Season 2, Episode 3
|Airdate||October 23rd, 2013|
|Writer||Marc Guggenheim; Keto Shimizu|
|Producer||Jennifer Lence; Carl Ogawa; Wendy Mericle; JP Finn; David Nutter; Jake Coburn; Drew Z. Greenberg; Melissa Kellner Berman; Andrew Kreisberg; Marc Guggenheim; Greg Berlanti; Jon Wallace|
|Starring||Stephen Amell; Katie Cassidy; David Ramsey; Willa Holland; Emily Bett Rickards; Colton Haynes; Manu Bennett; Susanna Thompson; Paul Blackthorne|
Principal Cast Edit
Guest Stars Edit
|Caity Lotz||Sara Lance|
|Roger Cross||Lucas Hilton|
|Michael Eklund||The Dollmaker, Barton Mathis|
|Dylan Bruce||Adam Donner|
|Teryl Rothery||Jean Loring|
|Keri Adams||Bethany Snow|
|Chantele Francis||Court clerk|
|David Franco||Judge Mandelbaum|
|Owen Kwong||Dark archer|
|Ashley Macdonald||Redhead girl|
|Jinji Mitchell||Dead girl|
|Andy Thompson||Tony Daniel|
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