It hasn't been cancelled. It returns on May 25.
Yes. Fingers didn't type what they were supposed to....
I don't dislike Laurel in general. I think her character has value on the show and I hope she sticks around. I do believe her character hasn't been written well or utilized in the best way this season. I also don't want her to become Black Canary ... soon. I do like Sara as BC. I'm very glad Laurel knows about Oliver/Arrow, but she doesn't belong in the Arrow lair. Ideally, I'd like her to be developed into a hero other than BC that draws from her own strengths whether it's a hero from DC universe or maybe even a fresh character.
At least give tomorrow night's episode a watch. I've already seen it since I review the show. I was just as shocked by how it all plays out as I was by Wells' death.
True. I first saw the episode last May before any trailers were out and enjoyed it more when I was surprised. It's a balancing act of getting people to tune in vs. leaving in shockers. Hope they reveal less in trailers going forward too.
Oh my. I know that. Brain freeze?
I enjoyed this particular episode. My concern/disappointment is more with the series in general with the lack of answers and Red getting away with manipulating both Liz and the FBI. At this point, it seems like there's no limit to Red's ability to get away with whatever he wants. At some point, I'd like to see him knocked down a notch.
The importance of his information is what's problematic. In this case, it felt a bit like the FBI was negotiating with a terrorist. The location of the nukes was so important. How far will the FBI go to satisfy Red's demands? Nukes for a statue. What's next?
Crisis premieres Sunday, March 16 on NBC. It's a thrill ride of a show!
Sabatino's partner was the sniper who was killed. Kensi was sent to Afghanistan to replace him.
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