She should Be erased along with the entire timeline.
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In the episode "Green Arrow And The Canaries", Dinah Drake states she woke up in Star City 2040 as a nonexistent person. However, in the next episode, "Fadeout" years before that, she still is police captain, far from being a nonexistent woman. Any theories on how that is possible? Or is it just an inconsistency that slipped under the showrunners' gaze?
Since the Monitor told Felicity, right before she went to meet up with Oliver, that there was no going back. Does this mean she technically died? I mean Oliver is also dead and that's probably his own personal heaven or whatever.
Also, because that very scene broke my theory as to how Oliver wasn't ever coming back, I'll also mention that I thought since Specter came directly from Purgatory towards the Vanishing Point to meet with the Paragons this meant that Oliver had no body and was a soul. So, when he died a second time it mean that his soul was the one that was killed not his physical self as that was left to be annihilated in Earth-17 after Oliver refused to go back with them. Oh well.
With the end of Arrow, should the franchise be rebranded with a different series at the forefront (e.g. the Flashverse)? Or is Arrow's founding legacy enough for the series to hold that place of honor in perpetuity?
The Flash's Danielle Panabaker posed the question: "If it's been called the Arrowverse, what's it going to be called now? The Flashverse?"
But Supergirl's Chyler Leigh says, "It's just an amazing privilege to be part of the Arrowverse and it's always going to be called that. They paved the way, they set an incredible foundation for us to be able to come in and do what we do."
What do you think?
How are they here? Has the restarting the universe resurrected them? Not to mention Quentin coming back.