Wayne Enterprises in Arrow 709.
“I’ve had more physically taxing days in the first four episodes of season seven than I’ve had for the entirety of certain seasons. Just getting the shit kicked out of me every single day.”
Stephen teases Arrow 7×07
“Things have ramped up. We have a fight scene in the first episode that, it’s actually dueling fight scenes, and it’s one of our best stunt achievements, I think. It was me for almost thirteen hours, just non-stop fighting. And it was amazing, and we couldn’t use a stunt double for it. We’ve only had that a couple of times in the history of the show. I like to do a lot of my own stunts, but in this instance, we physically could not have a double, and it was really something.“
“The prison stuff, it’s really gritty. And we beat Oliver down. There’s one episode where I spend the entire episode in one room. That’s it, and it was just two straight days of super, super interesting and intense stuff that I don’t think we’ve really done on the show. We’ve never taken a character and isolated him and examined him psychologically the way we have this year with Oliver … So that sort of examination has been a really interesting exercise for me.”
WHO’S THE BIG BAD?
Though it’s unclear if he is the Big Bad, Jeremy Davies (Lost, Justified) is set to play John Deegan, a doctor at the Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane.
Per The CW, Dr. Deegan’s “machinations will draw Green Arrow, The Flash and Supergirl to Gotham City” — which, coupled with Batwoman’s involvement, points to much of the crossover action taking place in the gritty DC Comics burg.
Arrow 7×06 in the works
Elley’s 704 spec:
Maybe we get the two. Imagine Oliver finally transferring in a facility which allows him to see his family. He waits for them, getting anxious when they don’t show up in time. Thinking about how they don’t want to come see him, while they are locked in William’s school.
According to the United States Department of Corrections, there exist 4 primary levels of prison security levels; these levels are the following:
1. Maximum Security: This prison security level is the highest and most stringent; only the most violent offenders are incarcerated within a maximum security prison. In most cases, maximum security prisoners are confined to their cells for up to 23 hours a day and are under strict monitoring.
2. Close Security: This prison security level is akin to maximum security in its construct – consisting of single cells and close monitoring – yet close security prisoners are entitled extended outside of their cells.
3. Medium Security: This prison security level most resembles a large residence hall which houses as many as 70 inmates in large, bunked sleeping quarters. Prisoners are afforded various work assignments, which permits them to be out of their cells for longer periods of time.
4. Minimum Security: prisoners are housed in dormitories, but are considered to be the lowest risk to the public. They are afforded the opportunity to participate in groups, sessions, and rectification projects