But is he assisting with the investigation or is he the source? A school master is beaten to death with a cricket bat by an unknown assailant. Douglas Flemming identifies the bones as Friedrich Zwanziger, a strict disciplinarian who disappeared while collecting beetles. As the investigation proceeds, McVitie discloses that he is on the board of governors.
Feature-length special. A kitchen hand who was behaving strangely immediately becomes the prime suspect. However, he too is murdered before he can be interviewed, and so too is the head chef. After serving a life sentence for the murder of a family of five when she was just sixteen, Susan Keller is released from prison. However, shortly after her release, members of her own family begin to die mysteriously.
Suspecting that a revenge attack may be on the cards, DCI Jardine attempts to discover who would want to carry out such attacks. Esther Kennedy's body falls from an overpass and lands on the roof of her boyfriend's car. The autopsy reveals that she died from a blow to the head and was dead before she fell. The investigation leads the team to a computer chip company where staff are behaving very strangely. Not the least being Paul Kennedy, the victim's husband. Martin Strange is conducting a clairvoyant service when he is interrupted by Lenny Kerr, an angry young man who accuses him of fraud.
After the service Karen Lennox is electrocuted by what appears to be a lightning strike. At first, the team dismiss the death as an unfortunate accident. However, a second death turns up some unusual information. Paddy Lapsley is found dead on the stairs of a tenement building, the victim of a drug overdose. Andrews determines the victim was murdered. Suspicion falls on Sean Boyle, who has taken over the project as the local distributor.
When he is murdered in a similar way, Rosie Lewis makes a name for herself as the vigilante mother. Suspicion immediately falls on James Dillon, who has just been released from prison after serving a life sentence for murder. Dillon swore revenge on MacDonald for putting him away. The team soon discover that Patricia Dillon is seeking a retrial to prove her father's innocence. David Grant is found lying in a pool of blood at the local health club. Nikki Jones, with whom the victim has been having an affair with, accuses another member of attempted murder.
The investigation leads Jardine to Glena Bennett, who appears to be dealing in illegal diet tablets. When she is found dead in her own home, is determined she was murdered. Robin Murray returns home to discover his wife has been brutally murdered. Jardine and the team follow the usual leads. The celebrity who has been dumped to make way for the rising star is a natural suspect. So too is a frequent caller who appears to be stalking the grieving husband. Events take a nasty turn when Murray's panel operator is murdered. After the match, the referee is found dead from a heart attack.
His body has been laid out with a red card in his hand. Andrews finds he is the victim of disrespect rather than foul play. Sir Archie Drummond, an influential board member, is found crushed beneath a car a few days later. Davie O'Connor is taking his first parachute jump with members from his local tango club. When the chute fails to open, he plummets to a grizzly death. DCI Jardine discovers the line was cut, but also that the victim had terminal cancer.
A charred corpse is found in the burnt out remains of a clothing factory. Scott Dewar, owner of a rival factory, is the immediate suspect - but Maureen Wishart reports her husband Derek missing, and he not only worked for Dewar, but had a knowledge of explosives. When teenaged prostitute Dee is found murdered, Robbie goes gunning for Willie Strachan, a man whom he has long suspected of being involved in sex trafficking.
However, he is not the only suspect, as law student Craig Colhoune, son of a widowed sheriff who dotes on him, also finds himself in the vicinity with unexplained blood on his sleeve. Two-part special. The apparent suicide of a sixth former at an elite boys' school turns into a murder enquiry and a journalist, much to the headmaster's displeasure, publishes an article linking the boy to drug-dealing before he too is murdered. A third body indicates a serial killer and the manner of the murders leads to a famous painter. A dock worker is called out to a meeting where he is knocked unconscious, and later, his body is found mangled in a piece of machinery.
A payslip identifies the victim as Iain Wilson. Suspicion falls on Budge Kirwell, the brother of the Dee Kirwell, the victim's girlfriend. He had both motive and opportunity to commit murder - but is he responsible? A young nurse is found strangled in her home, with no sign of forced entry and two glasses of wine on the table. On finding a large quantity of cash hidden in her flat and signs of an affluent lifestyle, Burke and the team begin to suspect that the murder victim had a secret double life.
Meanwhile, Burke is being secretly filmed with a camcorder. A boxing promoter is found strangled with wads of bank notes stuffed in his mouth. Successful fighter Andy Corbett was having an affair with Elaine, the victim's widow and the ringside doctor, Dr. Heron, has also been behaving suspiciously in trying to get rid of the boxers' medical record. However, the motive appears to stem from fight fixing. A top research scientist is blown up in his car, having arrived in Glasgow to address a medical conference. There has been opposition to his research and initially, and Burke and the team investigate possible motives.
However, it soon comes to light that there are others within the scientific community who could benefit from his murder. A Kurdish taxi driver is murdered, and the team are joined by D.
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This in turn leads to a half-way house for recently released criminals, some of whom are known to the team. Unfortunately, the hostel warden is not keen to cooperate, and the team face a hard time in identifying the victim. TV Movie special. When a doctor at a clinic for women which advocates birth control is murdered, the immediate suspects are a militant fundamentalist group who oppose abortions.
However, drug links between the clinic and a local crime boss extend the scope of the investigation, though Stuart believes the murderer may have a more personal reason. A famous novelist is found murdered in an alley the morning after a prestigious book launch, and DCI Burke's team's only lead is a drugged and confused prostitute.
As the team explore a number of possibilities, Fraser and Reid find the victim enjoyed a secret life amid Glasgow's sleazy underworld which may have led to murder. Billy McCree is murdered in his workshop, and his severed hand is found next to him. The obvious suspect is Jim Naysmith, just out of jail after a twenty year stretch. Burke investigates the Naysmith gang, whilst Robbie is flattered when Mary, a young law student, asks to shadow him. Gemma, however, believes that Mary may have an ulterior motive. The team travel to rural Fenmore after a farmer is suspiciously killed in a house fire, but find few clues and the villagers unwilling to offer any information.
An investigation which combines politics, local history and murder to devastating effect proves less than simple for Burke and the team, as they attempt to piece together the evidence. When lawyer Richard Flett is shot dead, suspicion initially falls on his widow Adele and his partner Charlie Muir, who were having an affair. However, when Muir is also murdered, Burke uncovers a wholly different motive.
A group of residents were taking a company called Arcadia to court on the grounds that they had caused pollution, leading to illness. Hospital Dr. Mellor is attacked by a masked assailant carrying a syringe full of lethal drugs, but manages to survive the attack. He points the finger at rival doctor Thomas Finn, but Finn has an alibi. The next day, Mellor is found dead, but again Finn has a cast-iron alibi.
Was Mellor correct in his suspicions? Or is Finn in fact entirely innocent? The Houston family are returning from a funeral when they discover the body of a taxi driver in his car outside the family business. Burke investigates and discovers a link between the victim and the daughter who has just been buried after an overdose. Suspicion falls on the father, Davie Houston, who appears to be involved in money laundering.
Burke's professional life is left hanging in the balance when the body of a librarian is found behind the wheel of his car in the Clyde after an apparent hit and run. The detectives are baffled - it appears that the victim had been tied up and was already dead before the car hit the water. But would Burke be stupid enough to commit murder? Robbie is all set to spend a romantic weekend with his new lady love Eve Hamilton. Unfortunately the mood is soured when the corpse of a young man, a photographic assistant, is discovered at the romantic hideaway. Investigating the boy's death and subsequent others, Robbie begins to discover that Eve is perhaps not as innocent as she would appear.
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Moira assigns John Diggle as Oliver's bodyguard. Oliver hides the truth about the man he has become, and tries to reconcile with his former girlfriend, Laurel Lance , whom he cheated on with her sister Sara who died in the shipwreck. While reconnecting with those closest to him, by night Oliver secretly masquerades as a hooded vigilante archer, attempting to fulfill his dying father's request: to right the wrongs of his family.
Oliver's first goal is to take down corrupt millionaire Adam Hunt , who has scammed millions from various people in the city. Laurel's father, police detective Quentin Lance , becomes determined to arrest the vigilante. Meanwhile, it is revealed Oliver's mother has an agenda at odds with her son, having orchestrated a kidnapping to determine what Robert told him after the shipwreck.
David Barrett. Laurel brings a civil suit against millionaire Martin Somers, who is also one of Oliver's targets, for taking part in drug trades with the Chinese Triad that ultimately led to the death of a young woman's father.
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As the vigilante, Oliver threatens Somers to make him confess to the murder as penance for all of the wrongs he has done to the city. Oliver saves Laurel from Chien; he later obtains Somers' confession and gives an audio recording of it to Quentin. Meanwhile, Moira and Walter push Oliver to take a position at the company. Oliver stymies their efforts by using the opening of the company's new applied sciences division to publicly opt out of the position, knowing that he cannot simultaneously honor Robert's request to fight for the city and be the man Moira wants him to be.
She is revealed to be conspiring with a man affiliated with a symbol that exists in Robert's book possessed by Oliver. A flashback to Oliver's time on the island shows him being attacked by an unknown hooded figure wielding a bow and arrow. Oliver tracks down another millionaire from his list, before the latter is killed by an assassin known as Floyd Lawton. Oliver decides to build a new dance club above his hideout as a cover for his nighttime disappearances. While comparing the competition, he finds Thea, who reveals that Laurel and Tommy had been involved during Oliver's absence.
Laurel becomes suspicious when Oliver does not react to it, and concludes he already knew. She and Tommy start dating again. Meanwhile, Oliver enlists the help of IT technician Felicity Smoak to learn that the venue for Floyd Lawton's next assignment is an auction, which will be attended by many influential businessmen including Walter. As the vigilante, he enlists the help of Quentin to prevent Lawton's plan. Oliver succeeds, apparently killing Lawton in the process, but Diggle is shot during the fight. In order to save Diggle's life, Oliver is forced to reveal his dual identity to him.
Flashbacks reveal that the Asian archer who attacked Oliver was actually trying to help him; Oliver misunderstands and escapes; and is revealed to be pursued by an unknown group of armed men. Vince Misiano.
Oliver offers Diggle a chance to fight at his side and help the city, which the latter refuses. Later, Oliver discovers a connection between Peter Declan, a death row inmate, and Jason Brodeur, one of the men on his list. As the vigilante, he enlists the help of Laurel to prove Declan's innocence. Working together, the pair uncovers the truth, but Brodeur has his mercenaries stage a prison riot so that they can have Laurel and Declan killed before the truth is revealed. Oliver sneaks into the prison dressed as a guard and saves the two, with her realizing that the vigilante is merciless.
Declan is exonerated while Brodeur is arrested. Diggle meets with Oliver and agrees to work with him so that he can both protect the city and protect Oliver from losing his humanity. Quentin arrests Oliver on suspicion of being the vigilante. Meanwhile, Walter discovers that Moira has been keeping the salvaged and sabotaged family yacht hidden in a warehouse. Flashbacks show that the archer forced Oliver to kill a bird for food, making it the latter's first kill.
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He was also taught to forget Laurel. Michael Schultz. Oliver hires Laurel as his attorney and his bail is accepted. Given Oliver's time on the island, the District Attorney offers an insanity plea with indefinite treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in a psychiatric facility. Oliver declines, instead offering to take a polygraph test to prove his innocence, which he passes. While remanded under house arrest, Oliver throws a prison-themed party, maintaining his bachelor playboy facade.
He has Diggle pose as the vigilante and stop a German arms dealer who is in the city to sell automatic weapons to the city's gangs. The plan works and the charges are dropped after Quentin kills a man who was sent by Moira's co-conspirator to kill Oliver. However, Laurel begins to suspect Oliver. Moira threatens her associate to stay away from her family. Walter leaves the house after confronting Moira on her lies.
Flashbacks show Oliver caught and tortured by the armed men, led by Edward Fyers , for the location of the archer, who is revealed to be a former military officer, before being saved by the latter. Oliver begins preparing to attack another individual from the list, but Diggle argues that he should expand his work and help the police stop a group of bank robbers.
Oliver initially refuses, believing that it detracts from his mission to right Robert's wrongs, but agrees finally. Oliver deduces that the robbers are actually a family unit, and that the leader Derek Reston worked for Queen Industries before Robert outsourced jobs to China and the Reston family lost their home as a result.
Feeling guilty, Oliver tries to persuade Derek to right his own wrongs, but learns that the family are going to rob another bank. During Oliver's confrontation, Derek is fatally shot. Oliver and Moira manage to regain their emotional connection. Flashbacks show Oliver having a dream of Robert blaming him for his idleness and reveal how Oliver first discovered the target names in his father's notebook.
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David Grossman. Moira is almost shot by a mysterious assailant who was attempting to assassinate an associate of mob boss Frank Bertinelli. Oliver attempts to infiltrate Frank's business to discover the identity of the attacker. Frank blames Chien and the Triad gang for the murders of his people.
Oliver learns that the attacker is Helena Bertinelli , Frank's daughter, with whom he had just been on a date. She also deduces Oliver's identity as the vigilante after witnessing him fight Frank's henchmen. In the end, Helena and Oliver share a kiss. Meanwhile, Tommy is cut off financially by his father, Malcolm , who is revealed to be Moira's co-conspirator. Laurel sticks with him, stating that she does not want him for money. Walter returns home. Oliver decides to teach Helena that there is justice outside of revenge after witnessing her try to kill the head of the Triad.
Diggle expresses his disapproval, but to no avail. She dresses as a purple vigilante and the duo has another man from the list arrested.
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Helena starts to buy into the idea, but leaves him after finding out that Laurel was his former girlfriend and believing that they are still together. Helena goes after the Triad, killing their leader. As a result, Chien and her men go after Frank, believing him to be responsible, but Oliver gets there in time to stop them.
Oliver also stops Helena from killing Frank, who is arrested; and she threatens to reveal his identity if he tries to come after her in the future. Meanwhile, Tommy finally tells Oliver about Malcolm's action and asks for a job at the club that Oliver is attempting to build, which is accepted. Using Felicity's help, Walter learns more about the secret organization that Moira is a part of, finding a notebook containing the list. Hunt is killed by a mysterious archer. Quentin deduces that a copycat is at work, but his superior publicly blames the hooded vigilante.
Oliver plans a Christmas party at the mansion to bring back the spirit of the holidays to his family. He saves some hostages from the archer, and the two archers are injured after fighting, with Oliver realizing that Robert wasn't the author of the list. The archer escapes and is revealed to be Malcolm. Walter finds out about the vigilante's objective and is kidnapped by one of Malcolm's associates.
The organization's plan is revealed to be starting six months later, when thousands of people will die for what it believes to be for the greater good. Flashbacks show the Chinese archer, Yao Fei , capturing Fyers, who tells Oliver that the island was a prison for dangerous criminals and that his unit was tasked to exterminate the inmates, including Yao, after the program was shut down.
Yao is captured by the unit while leading Oliver to a possible escape from the island; and the latter escapes. Eagle Egilsson.
Six weeks after his fight with Malcolm, Oliver avoids any activities as the vigilante, despite insistence from Diggle. When a firefighter is killed in the line of duty, Laurel suspects that he was murdered and steals the phone the vigilante gave Quentin in order to contact him for help. Tracking down the suspect, Oliver is overpowered during the confrontation, but discovers that the murderer is a former firefighter.
Oliver learns that the murderer is Garfield Lynns , a firefighter thought to have died in a massive fire several years prior, but survived with severe burns. Lynns shows up at a fundraiser held for support of the victims in order to kill the fire chief. As the vigilante, Oliver saves the chief before Lynns commits suicide.
The media calls the vigilante a hero while Oliver decides to continue his hunt of the list members. Moira decides to take over for Walter as C. Quentin plants a listening device on the phone to monitor Laurel's communications with the vigilante. Flashbacks show Oliver killing a mercenary, wearing his uniform and recovering his tools, including a map.
Gabrielle Stanton. After an armored truck is robbed, Oliver believes that one of the thieves is former Marine Ted Gaynor , from his target list. Diggle dismisses Oliver's assumption, as Gaynor was Diggle's commanding officer during his time in Afghanistan.
Oliver finds Gaynor and steals encrypted data, as Diggle prevents Oliver from getting any information directly from Gaynor. The data is revealed to be plans for robbing armored trucks, which Oliver uses to track the thieves. Diggle learns that Gaynor was the mastermind behind the robberies, and is forced to join Gaynor's team, but backs out of helping them. Oliver arrives in time and kills Gaynor.
Meanwhile, Thea tells Oliver her belief that Moira and Malcolm are involved as she believes they were together before Robert's death. Oliver asks Moira, who states Robert was the unfaithful. Tommy refuses Malcolm's request to sign the paper of selling the clinic established by his mother, who died when he was eight, since Malcolm left him for years subsequently.
Thea is arrested by the police after having a crash as a result of drug use. Flashbacks show Oliver being captured by the mercenaries as Yao was apparently working for them. Wendey Stanzler. The judge dismisses the plea bargain of Thea and orders the charges brought to trial. Helping Thea, Oliver begins working on tracking down the supplier of the drug, which is known as Vertigo; he discovers that the supplier is called " The Count ", and arranges a meeting through his contacts with the Solntsevskaya Bratva.
The meeting is broken up by the police, and the Count injects Oliver with a dose of Vertigo. While showing the effects of overdose, the latter still continues his investigation. He uses the ingredients to track the location of the Count. As the vigilante, Oliver is able to confront the Count and inject him with Vertigo, causing irreparable damage. Laurel persuades Quentin to get Thea community service and two years of probation, which she begins serving at Laurel's legal office.
Felicity shows Oliver the list of names that Steele discovered, and informs him that they came from Moira. Flashbacks show Yao overpowering Oliver in a mandatory duel and making him appear dead. His body is thrown to a waterfall, where he wakes up and finds an upgraded map, planted by Yao.
Moira denies knowledge about the list. Diggle decides to investigate her daily activities.