As “Arrow” heads into Season 6, Stephen Amell still seems to be asked about a potential musical episode every so often. While the actor seems happy to do plenty of stunts and action sequences while playing Oliver Queen, he is not ready to sing and dance. He took to Twitter to make that clear once again.

On Saturday night, Amell posted a photo of himself as a child at a piano. Young Amell looks absolutely bored as two younger girls play with the instrument. “Early evidence that there will never be a musical episode of “Arrow,’” Amell wrote.

While “Arrow” didn’t participate, there was a musical DC TV episode on The CW earlier this year. “The Flash” and “Supergirl” crossed over for a delightful episode where the Music Meister (Darren Criss) put Kara and Barry, played by “Glee” alums Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin, into a dream world where they had to sing. Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Winn (Jeremy Jordan) also appeared.

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Previously, Amell said that he wouldn’t want his musical abilities (or lack thereof) televised. When a fan asked him last year — prior to the “Flash”/ “Supergirl” musical being announced — if he would consider it, Amell joked that Ollie would have to die early on.

“You know what? We will, but only if Oliver dies in Act One, ‘cause everyone else can sing,” Amell joked at Wizard World Philadelphia.

When pressed if he’d do it for charity, Amell couldn’t flat out turn down the opportunity, but he still wanted to make sure Gustin or Barrowman took the lead. “I’ll agree to a venue in Las Vegas, New York, or heck, even Philadelphia to do a live show,” Amell said (via Movie Pilot). “A musical version of ‘Flash’ and ‘Arrow’ — but no musical episode! We’ll get John and Grant, but I am literally the worst singer out of everybody.”

It looks like Amell will refrain from putting his dancing shoes on. It doesn’t seem like Oliver will be in a musical mood anyway. When “Arrow” Season 6 launches, Oliver will find out which of his friends survived. The finale ended on a cliffhanger where the Green Arrow and his son watched Prometheus (Josh Segarra) kill himself, setting off hundreds of bombs all over the island. Nearly everyone Oliver loves was left in harm’s way.

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“Arrow” probably isn’t killing off the majority of their cast, but it seems there will be casualties. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim warned that some characters would be revealed to be dead in the October premiere.

“I know everyone is trying to determine who survives, who dies, what is the result of the cliffhanger based upon people’s contractual status, and I would say that’s not necessarily a good idea,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “The example I like to point to is that was true in ‘Walking Dead.’ They had a season finale similar where you had a group of characters, all of whom were series regulars, in a dire situation at the end of their season. Just because they were series regulars did not mean that everyone came out of that cliffhanger alive.”

“Arrow” Season 6 returns to the CW Thursday, Oct. 12 at 9 p.m. EDT.