Many "Arrow" fans were happy after Team Arrow finally added Roy to its ranks a couple weeks ago. Roy had already been heading down a rocky road with Thea. He was lying to her about his super strength and being injected. She was confused about how he was able to simply get up after a whole shelf fell on him. Their relationship hasn't been roses and rainbows.

Well, according to EOnline, now that Roy's a part of Team Arrow - and he knows the Arrow's true identity - the relationship will continue in its downhill direction.

"He has to continue to lie to her, and he told her that he wasn't going to lie to her anymore, which was obviously a lie," Colton Haynes said according to the website. "If you're a fan of 'Dawson's Creek', and the relationships in "Dawson's Creek', then you will know how the relationship is going to go between Roy and Thea."

Looking later into the season, The Huntress is returning to exact her final vengeance on her father. Unfortunately, the elder Lance sister somehow gets involved.

Executive producer Andrew Kreisberg tells that while The Huntress is in the midts of going after her father, "Laurel gets caught in the crossfire".

According to the website the Black Canary, a.k.a. the younger Lance sister Sara, is now forced to get involved.

"It's a fun episode in that you get a lot of Laurel with the Canary, not realizing that it's Sara," the EP said according to TVLine. "It's really an episode about Sara realizing where she's at in her evolution as a hero."

"Arrow" airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on The CW.

*This article has been updated to note a change