Malcolm Merlyn: I thought of you a son once, Oliver. I had more common with you than my own blood, but that's not the reason why I'm going to kill you. Neither the fact that you are my daughter's brother. The reason you get to live is because death would be a mercy compared to the debt I now owe you.
Oliver Queen: Don't you dare threaten me, Malcolm.
Felicity Smoak: Well, William did an excellent job picking out your tie.
Oliver Queen: Yeah. He was very excited. He wanted to come to dinner. I told him Raisa was his date tonight.
Felicity Smoak: Oh. Well, she's a lucky woman.
Oliver Queen: Has it, um, really been three years since the first time we did this?
Felicity Smoak: Yeah. Let's just hope that this date goes better than that one.
Oliver Queen: I think it will.
Felicity Smoak: Don't jinx it.
Oliver Queen: Masked gunmen could come through the door, and it would have been better than our first dinner.
Felicity Smoak: Well, only because we were not being blown up