Sorry Chuck, but women don't entice men to violence, they have the capacity long before a woman enters their lives. Perhaps you didn't watch when Amber learned about Ryan's life before he met her. Does that mean he doesn't deserve love? No. Does it mean he needs to take more care about his aggression and be mindful of his choices? Yes. She gave him a chance and he failed.
Remember the first time Felicity met Oliver? Full on Felicity. (I've even watching Olicity shipper videos.) There were no secrets because she wouldn't allow them. She was written that way. Maybe it's because she's not canon, but it's damn refreshing.
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I think there may have been one episode where Oliver and Laurel had a connection. Shortly before they reconciled and made love. But their scenes have normally been tension filled and when Laurel is in that position, she avoids eye contact. Felicity is a straight shooter and always has been. She has guts Laurel has yet to earn. Eye contact allows for a deeper connection.
As for Malcolm, as soon as the jury came back and her first not guilty was read, I had suspicions. When she wasn't taken home, I knew where she was going. Arrow isn't normally that easy to figure out, so I was disappointed (not to mention that flu shot business...).
Biased how? I put my thoughts on the episode down but you didn't share yours. Pleasure to have you here Mr. Queen.
I'm going to blame Canada.
What do you mean he gave himself away with Zach? Who did? Vincent? They sensed each other since they were both beasts and knew each other since childhood. I'm confused.
I would believe that about Vincent IF he had left it at a longing glance across the orchard and not run after her (wasn't that an absolutely BEAUTIFUL setting??). But since he ran after her, I'm inclined to think he didn't do it on purpose. I think he's beyond hurting her that badly. I hope.
I'm so glad I was no the only one! I guess Vincent was just announcing himself at the beginning of every call with Bob. LOL. Most people say hello. He says. CONDOR!
I can buy that. I greatly appreciate your input, Ara, and shall incorporate it into my next review.
The phrase "we are each our own worst critic" holds merit. Allow me to coin a new one. "We are each our own worst editor." ;-)
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