'Arrow' Episode 19 Promises a Chaotic Episode and a Possible Character Death up Ahead

10:15 AM EDT 4/15/2015 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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Shortly after a brief hiatus, Arrow returns with a more exciting episode that will surely place loyal fans on the tips of their toes. Episode 19 is titled as "Broken Arrow" and a few things have placed our favourite characters in a tight space.

Fans will see Arrow pull Roy Harper, played by Colton Hayes, out of jail in an effort to save his life. In the process, he will also form an unlikely alliance with Ray Palmer. However, Roy might not live the next episode as Venture Capital Post reports that the preview clip show him being stabbed at the back during the staged prison riot. This might not be surprising to some as there have been rumours already flying about a major character will be dying this season. Could Roy Harper be the character in question? Speculation is high on that especially after a tweet posted by producer Marc Guggenheim about the final reading of the season finale. Melty noted in its article that Colton Hayes was not in the group picture. Meanwhile Oliver experiences a transformation and may end up with Felicity.

Venture Capital Post provides a summary of the upcoming episode. "Lance, played by Paul Blackthorne, continues his mission to take down the Arrow, portrayed by Stephen Amell, so Felicity, who is played by Emily Bett Rickards, orders Oliver to keep a low profile. However, when a meta-human named Jake Simmons, who will be portrayed by guest star Doug Jones and who kills people with blasts of energy and plasma, starts terrorizing Starling City, Oliver is forced to ask Ray, played by Brandon Routh, for help. The unlikely duo is forced to team up to save the city."

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