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Oliver's date is going well, until McKenna starts asking questions about the island. He begins to have small flashbacks and becomes more and more withdrawn. She points out that those years must have changed him and he agrees. McKenna is called away from dinner for work. Oliver calls Felicity and has her activate the bug on McKenna's phone. Back in the flashback, the beaten man tells Oliver he's an exchange student named Alan Durand who got lost during a fishing trip with his class.
He tells a suspicious Oliver he was the only one who made it and that he was beaten by soldiers. The Dodger gets out of the building but runs into the Hood outside. Just as the Hood begins to chase him he sets off an explosive collar that allows him to escape. Oliver has Felicity search for the type of antiquity The Dodger prefers, which turn out to be pieces from the Ominous Decade.
There is a fundraising auction the following night for the Starling City Cancer Society , and Oliver thinks they could use it to lure him out. He donates a brooch on behalf of the Queen family as bait.
Quentin questions Roy with Laurel and Thea watching through the one-way glass. Roy says his mother was hooked on Vertigo and is no longer the same, medically. He's been stealing to try and pay off her medical bills.
Thea thinks they should let him go and disregards the value of her stolen purse. Frank tells Moira he's arranged a meeting for her with Malcolm. Both are worried about the consequences. Felicity has put a GPS device in the Queen family's brooch that they have donated as bait. Felicity sees the brooch is on the move and catches The Dodger. She sees it in his pocket and stops to question him. He says he's going to take the item. A few moments later Felicity approaches Oliver and John with one of the explosive collars around her neck.
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The Dodger had told her that if she calls the police it will go off. She tries to keep Oliver and Diggle away, but John works on deactivating the device while Oliver leaves to find The Dodger with Felicity's help over the phone. Oliver steals a motorcycle and speeds off, with Felicity guiding him via the traffic cameras. The Dodger gets out holding a remote for the device around Felicity's neck.
He says if Oliver touches him, she will die. Oliver quickly severs his median nerve with a fletchette. As he draws his electric prod, The Dodger asks Oliver why he opposes him, claiming that they are both the same, because they both steal from the rich. Oliver quickly relieves him of his weapon and stuns him with it. He then says that he's not Robin Hood. Back at the party, Felicity's bomb turns off and releases from her neck. Back in the flashback, the beaten man demands Oliver untie him. Oliver agrees and has him turn around.
Oliver puts his knife to the ropes, then stops. He says he can't do it because he doesn't know who the man is, then leaves him. John tells Carly he's having a tough time with dating and she thinks perhaps he's thinking too much. He agrees and kisses her. Thea pays Roy a visit at his home. He starts to prejudge her, as he knows all about her background. She replies that she's simply there to retrieve her "expensive vintage purse.
Oliver tells McKenna that when she talked to him about the island, it reminded him of hard decisions he had to make. He wonders if he's worthy of actually being with anyone. This of course leads to their kissing and her telling him "You are". Quentin interrupts and stops by her desk. Back to the flashback, Oliver returns to Slade, who asks him if he got into any trouble.