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For the titular location, see Monument Point (location).
"The world is facing nuclear armageddon, my pride and my general dislike for my father can take a backseat for the next 20 plus hours."
"Felicity, this isn't about pride. Your father's a criminal; he can't be trusted."
"I'm not saying we
should trust him, I'm saying we need to."
Felicity Smoak and John Diggle discuss asking Noah Kuttler for help to stop Genesis
"Monument Point" is the twenty-first episode of the fourth season of Arrow, and the ninetieth episode overall. It aired on May 11, 2016.

Synopsis

When Team Arrow learns what Damien Darhk's next move is, Felicity realizes she needs to ask her father, Noah Kuttler, for help. Noah and Oliver have a heart to heart talk that leaves Oliver rattled.[src]

Cast

Main Cast

Special appearance by

Special guest star

Guest starring

Co-starring

Production

Preparation ran from March 8 until March 16, 2016. Shooting ran from March 17 until March 29, 2016, with a break on March 25 for Good Friday.[1]

Trivia

  • The title of this episode refers to the location that was initially targeted by a nuclear missile as part of Genesis.
  • The name of Darhk's underground city is "Tevat Noah", which is Hebrew for "Noah's Ark", true to the biblical theme.
  • The outfit Oliver wears while infiltrating Palmer Technologies bears a resemblance to that of Aiden Pierce from the 2014 video game Watch Dogs, where the main premise is hacking.

Goofs

  • When Green Arrow is inside City Hall, he passes a sign that says "Starling City". Starling City was renamed Star City months prior.
  • It is said that Rubicon has given Darkh control over America's NATO allies' nuclear weapons. However, the nuke which Felicity cannot control in the end is Russian; Russia is not a member of NATO.
  • The knife that Reiter pulls out of his chest changes from bloody to fully clean between shots.

Gallery

Promos

References

  1. Marc Guggenheim (@mguggenheim) - Twitter
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