Breaking down all the big developments from this week's 'Arrow'
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How permanent are the Queen family's financial problems?
Kreisberg: We're going to make it a thing. That plays out in the last five episodes, and we're going to start season three with Oliver in very different circumstances that he's been before -- obviously him being in different circumstances changes the circumstances of his paid bodyguard and his paid assistant, since he can no longer pay them.
We are really proud that season 2 had a substantially different look, and the sets felt different, and the circumstances felt different, and there was different casting -- for season 3, we really want to continue that. You'll see that some of our standing sets from season 1 and 2 that we've come to know and love as being "Arrow' are going to be retired for reasons that will become apparent. We've already seen designs for some of the new sets for season 3, which are amazing. We want the show to constantly feel like it's evolving and changing and growing.