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Watch These Clips From ‘Arrow’ Episode “Nanda Parbat” (Video)
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Arrow 3.15 “Nanda Parbat” airs tonight, February 25, 2015, at 8pm and The CW has released several promo videos to heighten the anticipation.

Watch the videos here below, including two clips from the episode, along with the trailer and a behind-the-scenes featurette. One of the clips was shown during star Stephen Amell’s recent goal-fulfilling visit to Late Night With Seth Meyers, and sees the Arrow facing off against Nyssa al Ghul.

“Nanda Parbat” will also mark Brandon Routh’s debut as The Atom.

This is the last episode of Arrow until March 18, 2015, so expect some surprises tonight!

Thea (Willa Holland) is not happy with her father these days, and according to the promo videos, she’s so angry she’s ready to sentence him to death by handing him over to Ra’s al Ghul. Her fury is double-fold. One – she now knows that Malcolm (John Barrowman) is to blame for her killing Sarah (Caity Lotz), and to top it off, he released Slade (Manu Bennett) from his prison on Lian-Yu, putting her and Oliver (Stephen Amell) in a deadly situation. Now we (and Oliver) kinda understand that he is trying to prepare her for The League of Assassins, but it still doesn’t make it right. I wouldn’t forgive him either (although I wish he would teach me to fight like that).

Felicity (Emily Bett Richards) isn’t too happy along with Thea, when Oliver decides to go save Merlyn. I hate when everybody gets all judge-y, although I must say it is refreshing that Thea did not yell at Oliver when he finally came clean about being the Arrow, and gave him a hug instead. That was a twist.

“Nanda Parbat” – Malcolm (John Barrowman) is captured by Ra’s al Ghul (guest star Matt Nable) and taken to Nanda Parbat. Because of his love for Thea (Willa Holland), Oliver (Stephen Amell) considers saving Merlyn. Ray (Brandon Routh) is obsessed with finishing his Atom suit so he can save the city but Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) fears he is heading down the same path as Oliver (Stephen Amell) and tries to pull him out of the lab. Gregory Smith directed the episode with story by Wendy Mericle & Ben Sokolowski and teleplay by Erik Olesen & Ben Sokolowski.

UPDATE: The CW released another behind-the-scenes look at the episode, this time with Brandon Routh.

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Arrow 3.15 “Nanda Parbat” clip:


The threat is real. Thea takes drastic measures in tomorrow’s all new Arrow at 8/7c!

Arrow 3.15 “Nanda Parbat” clip: Arrow Fights Nyssa al Ghul:

Inside “Nanda Parbat”:


It’s time to take the fight to Ra’s al Ghul. Go inside Wednesday’s all new Arrow with Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim.

Inside Nanda Parbat with Brandon Routh


The best things come as a surprise. Brandon Routh dishes out on all things Ray and Felicity.

“Nanda Parbat” trailer:


New armour will be forged! Arrow is all new Wednesday at 8/7c!

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