I agree with Henry that this was a very well written episode. It was indeed ingenious to Zombify Charlie - but does that mean he is totally gone? I have some thoughts about Murphy - as he "apparently" continues to deteriorate perhaps the viruses he is infected with are mutating. Wouldn't be a kicker if a bite from Murphy "cures" Zs. Maybe by the end of the season Charlie gets his cure. THAT would be a twist. Just random thoughts. I also love 10K the most effective "slayer" in the show.
At last! Two episodes that sort of made up for the dreck of the beginning. I agree that Lucas really did an excellent job when he got good writing. Yeah agent Howard s getting tied into the mythos again. And Nathan and Audrey's boy - let's hope somehow he has survived. Plus they managed to layer in the time-break with the thinnies.
I have to agree with the reviewer. Fitz is totally disgusting but then Olivia is almost equally as sad. I hope Jake somehow pulls off a victory here, especially with Papa Pope. It's almost painful to watch this show.
I totally agree why shoulf Felicity be romantically involved with any gut on the show. However she is clearly friends with Barry as they really have a good geek connection and I think that Ray is also going to be a geek connection. The problem with many of the reviews out side of TVFanatic is that there are too many Olicity freaks and any man that connects with Felicity other than Oliver (who can never really be other than deep friends with her) is considered to be an evil guy.
I love how everything is so totally muddled. As pointed out by the reviewer it is much too soon to even think of who did it. Unlike Murder in the First which really was an anticlimactic show. The first suspect was the perpertuator.
Carissa hit it on the head. This is semi-baddie of the week. The most movement came with Felicity moving on as she should. The woman is a major player and should haul ass with any other male protagonist. Yeah I hate the concept of Ollicity. She has two other males who interact with her on an intellectual/geek level. The uber suave forward thinking Ray there are some intellectual sparks there and then there is good old Barry who could be her next BFF. I think Barry realizes that be a superhero doesn't allow a lot of safe down time. Open question do all males and all females on these type of shows have to have "the one true love?" Or it just the tweeners that want it. Overall it was a sweet episode trying to get some closure amongst friends.
So far they totally ignored the conversation between Barry and Oliver on the roof. The last season only one was present for the crossover and she was only interested whether Oliver wore eye makeup under his mask and the last review she complained that Roy should have started with eye makeup rather than a mask.
Question for you - you review both Flash and Arrow so the "universe" will be easy to connect. But apparently on Afterbuzz they have two completely different panels for both shows and the Arrow panel dislikes Flash and Grant Gustin and don't watch the show so how do you think they can handle the crossovers?
Last time I looked you can still get all of the seasons of Greek on the ABCFamily website.
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