EXCLUSIVE! 'Arrow' Sneak Peek: Are Ray and Felicity Officially Done?

Executive producer Marc Guggenheim shares his thoughts ahead of tonight's episode.

Is this the end of Ray and Felicity?

Last week’s Arrow may have ended with Oliver, Felicity and Diggle saying goodbye to Roy, but it was a lingering moment afterward between Oliver and Felicity that could have been the death knell for Ray Palmer's relationship with everyone's favorite tech wiz. Tonight’s episode takes a second to address Ray and Felicity’s romantic future as Thea skirts dangerously close to death – and ETonline has your exclusive first look.

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In the sneak peek from “The Fallen,” Felicity goes to Palmer Technologies to ask Ray for “a really big favor” (translation: his jet). When she explains that it’s for her and Oliver so they can travel to Nanda Parbat, Ray’s expression says it all.

“It’s not what you think,” Felicity says after seeing his crestfallen face.

“Well, if you’re going to fly away with him, it’s exactly what I think,” Ray says, bringing up their goodbye to Roy as “a bit of an eye opener, in so far as realizing something I should’ve realized a long time ago.”

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Plus, he’s not one to forget the time he said “I love you” to Felicity at the hospital, only to have her reply with an offer of Jell-O.

“Seeing you two together last night, I realized you don’t love me because you’re in love with him,” Ray says to Felicity, who doesn’t exactly deny his claims.

Considering where Felicity ends up later in the episode (hint: with Oliver), this sure sounds like a breakup to us.

If you're still worried about Ray and Felicity's romantic future, executive producer Marc Guggenheim gives this tease: “We’re not going to do an off-again, on-again, off-again thing with them.”

Is that confirmation that Ray and Felicity are officially over as a couple? Tell us your thoughts below by tweeting Philiana Ng at @insidethetube, and don’t forget to come back to ETonline after tonight’s episode to find out what’s next!

Arrow airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on The CW.

Press play in the video below to find out whether the Arrow stars side with Ray or Oliver when it comes to matters of the heart!