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- "You know what? I really have to say that we should change our name. Like, what do you guys think of 'The Outsiders'?"
- —Curtis Holt
"We Fall" is the eleventh episode of the sixth season of , and the one-hundred-twenty-sixth episode overall. It aired on January 25, 2018.
|Cayden James ups the ante by launching his plan to take control of every aspect of the city. Despite the scope of Cayden's plan, Oliver is determined to foil it with just the Original Team Arrow - and without the aid of Rene, Dinah or Curtis. But things get complicated when William is endangered as a result of Cayden's handiwork.|
- Stephen Amell as Mayor Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
- David Ramsey as John Diggle/Spartan
- Willa Holland as Thea Queen
- Emily Bett Rickards as Felicity Smoak
- Echo Kellum as Curtis Holt/Mr. Terrific
- Rick Gonzalez as Rene Ramirez/Wild Dog
- Juliana Harkavy as Lieutenant Dinah Drake/Black Canary
- Katie Cassidy (credit only)
- Paul Blackthorne as Deputy Mayor Quentin Lance
- Johann Urb as Vincent Sobel/Vigilante
- Tobias Jelinek as Mr. Sheck
- Adrian Holmes as Captain Frank Pike
- Venus Terzo as Dr. Elisa Schwartz
- Michael Emerson as Cayden James
- Tristan Amott as Donnie's Friend #2
- Jarryd Baine as Reporter #2
- Ty Consiglio as Donnie
- Steven Garr as Councilman Grovner
- Dalton Kennedy as Donnie's Friend #1
- Jack Moore as William Clayton
- Lisa Penz as Reporter #1
- Celia Reid as Becky
- Rhys Williams as Orderly
- Mathew Yanagiya as Sportsfan
- This episode, along with the previous episode, "", forms the saying "Divided We Fall".
- When Curtis suggests that they call their new team "the Outsiders", Dinah comments, "That was a good book". This is a reference to the S. E. Hinton novel The Outsiders.
- Rene compares situation in Star City to "Escape from Detroit", at which point Curtis says that he's not sure whether to correct Rene or embrace his attempt at referencing John Carpenter's Escape duology, which includes films Escape from New York and Escape from L.A.. Detroit was nowhere to be seen in the franchise, with the proposed third movie having the working title Escape from Earth.
- This episode takes place exactly a year after Dinah joined the team; Oliver, Diggle, and Felicity all agree that Oliver could not have been responsible for the death of Cayden James' son as collateral damage in a fight one year ago as on that date, he was in Hub City trying to recruit Dinah.
- Cayden James uses the name "Ben Gale" as his alias. This name serves as an Easter egg from the TV show Lost that combines Michael Emerson's character, Benjamin Linus, and the character's alias, "Henry Gale", into one name.
- The license plate on William's school bus reads R3D RUM, likely a reference to the movie The Shining.
- The motto on the license plate shown at 17:12 is "Land of Mist". This is likely a reference to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 1926 publication of the same name. The Land of Mist is the third book in a series featuring George Edward Challenger, aka Professor Challenger.
- Cayden gives Oliver an account number and orders him to wire the money there. However, he does not provide a Swift Code, routing number, or even a bank name; one cannot wire money to an account number if they don't know which bank the account is in.
- When William is on a school bus for his field trip, there doesn't appear to be a teacher present at any point.
- The sign that falls next to the bus is not facing the flow of traffic; the tunnel was one-way and drivers could not read it if it was in place in that direction.
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