Never really got into Arrow like i did Flash or Legends. But it was hilarious when Diggle breaks the 4th wall when he tells Sara and co he won’t be allowing his kids to watch this show during the Beebo attack.
I absolutely hated Caity when she first showed up on Arrow and was doing chin-acting all the time trying to be serious. All she needed was to be away from Arrow to lighten up a little and show up her never-ending skills. I am so proud now.
I love Ava’s gradual turn from straight-laced killjoy to hyper-repressed but lovable weirdo.
““Agent Sharpe lacks a delicate touch and is extremely deficient at relating to people.” That is straight from my time bureau personnel review. Pretty harsh. . . . .
I wrote that review.”
All while obsessively cleaning.
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I feel like this is making up for almost forgetting outright Sara losing Quentin but I’m really glad theyre giving Sara/Oliver full weight between this and last week. Through their past-and-present relationship that was explored in Arrow S2, it’s clear there was a genuine love there, and that should stick with her so… Read more
There was a moment when Kate said “Good for you!” to an excited Barry like he was a slow child that made him laugh out loud.
I don’t have the energy to go into details this time, but all in all they did a decent job at this crossover, mostly propped up by the strength of the cameos and sheer audacity alone. But the “show” part of this has been a big mess, and I attribute that to the same thing that plagued Arrow Season 3 and 4: Marc… Read more
I loved all five episodes, and I can’t wait to see how the Arrowverse (we need to keep the name alive... FOR OLIVER!!) is affected going forward. Yes, I was hoping for a giant OllieSpectre appearance to fight the Anti-Monitor, but at the same time bringing Oliver back (again) would have undercut all the great stuff in… Read more