EXCELLENT SEASON FINALE. MIND. BLOWN.
I lasted out the season. I won`t be watching Season 2.
It was good...i wasn't blown away like all of you.
As for season 2,please abandon the words "Vigilante" and "The Hood" from all future scripts.
@RandomCommentor I totally agree about being charged with neglecting to help someone seeking it, and I was in that circumstance myself with an assault once. However, Malcolm had no idea who those people were, only where they lived. He based his opinion of what happened to her on the neighborhood, never thinking that good people in bad circumstances ended up in that neighborhood, too, the same ones his wife was there to help. So he blamed an ambiguous radius of the city and intended to destroy it. If he had put that same energy into helping the area, imagine what he could have accomplished.
I knew that a main character would be killed off in the end, possibly two. Honestly, they promoted THREE people for next season. Someone had to bite the dust.
Well, that episode blew my mind. I was expecting the usual CW ending where a bunch of dramatic stuff happens but in the end everything ends up being the same. Certainly not here... (I watched this with someone watching Arrow for the first time and had to frantically explain everything - their initial reaction was "WOW, this is a violent show!")
Note about the review - if you walk by a dying person pleading for help, you may be guilty of criminal negligence in the "right" circumstance.
Also, John Borrowman can act.
@MJ I'm pretty sure Oliver was lying to his friend about taking out his father to give him peace as he died. Malcolm's face in the rubble showed no signs of life after Oliver pierced him through the heart with an arrow. One Merlyn got an arrow, the other got re-bar in an attempt to save his love.
This is the first finale since the first season of 24 where I was just left with my jaw dropped. I never, never, expected a "bad" ending. Just an amazing ending, even including the last few episodes. If the next season can start as stong as this season ended, this series is going to go places.
Now if DC can only get this kind of quality in their movies...
Love, love, love the finale. I'm sad to see Tommy go because I really liked his character, but I'm glad the didn't make him go bad. I understand his anger and jealously towards Oliver, but I couldn't see him start killing people over it. Especially given that was one of the reasons he was upset with Oliver. It just wouldn't have rung true with how we knew him. I'm so excited to see where they take the show next season.
I was able to watch this great episode an hour before the CW aired it... note to the reviewer... sometimes you have to pay closer attention...
Oli told Tommy that he didn't kill Malcom... so that's out of the way and he'll be back. In addition, Det. Lance was only suspended and after they realized that he was telling the truth and then even rescued part of the Glades that shouldn't be an issue eather.
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