Oliver Queen: Hey John, what's new?
John Diggle: I'm not doing this... I told Lyla.
Oliver Queen: Yeah, you can yell at us later, but right now, we're on a bit of a clock.
John Diggle: Are you even hearing me right now? I don't want anything to do with this.
Oliver Queen: The MPs going to do a count in a few minutes. My guess is they're only expecting to find one person in here.
John Diggle: Really? So that's your plan--blackmail? Do what you say or you get caught in here too?
Oliver Queen: You're my brother, John. What happens to you happens to me.
John Diggle: Oliver... I killed my brother. I went to the Army to change, and I haven't changed.
Oliver Queen: I know, alright. And I know that you think this is your penance for that...
John Diggle: Oliver, its' not just that. I trusted Andy, even when you told me not to. I trusted him, and now Laurel's dead.
Oliver Queen: I need you. The team needs you. The city needs you. I'm not saying you shouldn't do your penance--you probably should, but do it as Spartan.
John Diggle: What's in the box?
Oliver Queen: It's an anti-molecular compound, and theoretically, it should eat through anything.
John Diggle: I'm not going to ask how you got your hands on this.
John Diggle: Hey, you came back for me, even against my wishes.
Oliver Queen: I guess I haven't changed that much either... Maybe that's what I have to do my penance for .
Oliver Queen: What are you doing here?
Slade Wilson: I popped by to say that the intel that you gave me on my son, Joe, it panned out. So I'm heading to Calgary.
Oliver Queen: Well, that's great. I'm very, uh... I'm happy for you, and I hope that... I hope you find what you're looking for.
Slade Wilson: You don't think I will?
Oliver Queen: I think that finding your son doesn't always go as planned.
Slade Wilson: Have things been that bad with you and your son?
Oliver Queen: Yeah.
Slade Wilson: Be patient. But be prepared.
Oliver Queen: For what?
Slade Wilson: Choosing between being the man that people need you to be or the father that your son needs you to be.
Oliver Queen: What do you mean by that?
Slade Wilson: You and I walk between two worlds. But we can only do that for so long.