This Arrow review contains spoilers.
Arrow Season 8 Episode 4
Stephen Amell has done some of his best work so far this season, and this episode tops it all. Amell has long said that the only thing Oliver has left to do is leave a legacy, and there’s no more literal translation of that than his children. After (for them) decades and his own death, in “Present Tense” he finally gets to see them again. For him, it’s a preview of how it will all turn out, a chance to skip ahead to a part of the book he knows he won’t live long enough to read.
I’m sure there will be a Monitor- or Crisis-related explanation for how this has happened,