I, too, have a college love that I dallied with on and off throughout many adult relationships. We both chose a different path. Will is completely confused right now and his "mourning" side is going to bite his adult side in the ass. What he's doing personally sends a completely different message than what he's attempting to do professionally because he DOESN'T KEEP IT PERSONAL. It doesn't make me biased, it means I've survived in the business world long enough to know he's making a mistake that could hurt both positions he so greatly wants - the success of LG and the love of Alicia.
Okay, Robert. You got me. Every time you post you throw out these random relationships and I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. I'll bite.
I love that you're really participating with us in the converation! Thanks for taking the time to do it. I hadn't heard the rumors about Oliver pushing toward a Barry/Felicity pairing. I can only picture the dude in his Glee jacket. I hope they sex him up a bit. ;-) Wish it had been Darren Criss if it was gonna be a Gleek.
I would like it if she were responsible, because it would show just how much she's changed from the person she was and that you can learn and grow from your mistakes when you are given a chance to understand the ramifications.
Maybe they realized William could never change, and he wasn't given the opportunity to atone for what he had done and he's angry that Audrey has grown past who they once were.
I would like that very much.
So he did! Fixed! :-)
Oh - I was going to mention Amanda Waller's intro in the review and totally forgot. At least she kidnapped Diggle by way of introduction instead of just shaking his hand. ;-)
Haddie is Adam and Kristina's first born daughter, across the country in college at the moment. :-)
Given the traditional Deathstroke mask of the half face, and the burns Slade suffered, I think that makes it even more likely that he becomes who he was in the comics. That sexy, hardened face - burned! So sad. :-(
Hiya! I didn't consider it a filler episode, but rather a segue... filler would be just a placeholder. This one propels us to a much larger story with a lot of details. I agree that there was a LOT of mythology - almost too much to absorb so quickly.
Are you talking about my review or the show? If the latter, what are your examples to support that? I thought the pacing was evenly spread out between action and dialog, and the exposition was actually less than usual with a lot more learning while doing than talking it out.
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