That was splendid. Laurel was able to put two and two together, and after a talk with her father, she decided not to confront Oliver about his alter ego. Cheers to her for getting the DA office to drop the charges against Detective Lance. I'm starting to warm up to her character again. She's a force to be reckoned with. So Thea refused to sign the papers that would protect the rest of the Queens' assets. But now that Isabel is dead, does this mean Queen Consolidated is ripe for the taking? The late Robert Queen had an affair with a younger Isabel, but he still chose his family over her, knowing full well Moira's secret and Thea's real father. The story was well balanced and I felt everyone contributed to the plot development. What were Jacob Black and Agent Jemma Simmons doing at Star Labs anyway?