Am I the only one didn't notice Felicity's absence before she walked in and asked what she missed?
didn't say you had to but you asked a question and I answered it. Show can certainly go on doesn't necessarily mean it would be at the same caliber. As you may know Felicity wasn't supposed to be on the show but writers and directors acknowledge the effect she had on the viewers so they brought her back...says a lot about the character and the actress.
OK then you clearly aren't watching the show correctly. Felicity's presence was definitely missing in this episode.
Just because I didn't pay attention to her being gone doesn't mean I'm watching this show wrongly. It just means that I don't find her that important as many fans do. In my opinion the show can go on without her. And no I don't hate her. I actually like her.
A LOT of fans noted her absence and stated the show didn't feel right without her. Her presence was certainly felt in the Flash. If you don't find her important then you've basically not really realized how essential she is.
Just because a lot fans noted her absence right away doesn't mean I have to do that too. I don't have to do what other people do. I'm entitled to my own opinions. And of course I saw her in The Flash she was practically in every scene. Again I don't hate I think she a pretty great character. But tonight's episode just showed ME that the show can go on without her.
Last part of your first comment was an answer to my question. But writing that I don't watch the show correctly just because I didn't notice Felicity's absence is kinda an insult. But I don't want to argue with you anymore so I'm ending the discussion on my part. You have a great day =)
you are not the only one .. hope she die so the show so we can get back to the basic which is action. she make it look like it;s a nerdy big bang theory
Lol.Go do something constructive, hating for no reason makes you look like a complete idiot.
Well, they did mention earlier in the episode that she was in Central City. It's noticeable from the standpoint that the episode was "darker" than normal, as she is the element of the show that keeps it from going too dark. But having a differently-toned episode on occasion isn't a bad thing, and this isn't the first episode (since Felicity became a fixture in "The Odyssey") that Felicity mostly was absent and it wasn't a detriment. "The Promise" immediately comes to mind, which pretty much belonged to Stephen Amell, Manu Bennett and Caity Lotz. Everyone else had cameo appearances.
Oh...I didn't hear that =)
Agreed The Promise was amazing
Actually no. Seems like 2 other people agree with me.
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NCIS has turned into a joke! Bishop is a kindergarten agent! I continued watching after Ziva left because Gibbs and Tony are my favorite characters but I am finally done!Is there nobody out there who can see that Bishop is completely useless! Whoever cast Emily Wickersham to be part of NCIS has lost his/her mind! She cannot act!The Tony/Gibbs father son relationship is gone, the team chemistry is gone...I miss the great old times with Kate, Tony and Gibbs (McGee and Ziva were good too) but BISHOP is GOD AWFUL!
shrug.....NCIS remains the #1 show so it's not a joke... Bishop is a probie - much like McGee was many seasons ago - something the team & the show sorely needed. & EW is great at showing a really smart young woman getting what may be her dream job (she applied at NCIS first) and feeling like a fish out of water at times. I especially like how she stays in character even when the scene isn't focused on her. Never saw a Tony/Gibbs father son relationship. Gibbs is not old enough to be the father to any of the people on his team. He was their boss & mentor at the start of the show & now he's their boss &, for some, equal. can understand loving & missing Kate as I do as well but Bishop is GREAT
Haha called it, commented on the last episode from last week saying it was for blood. i have another thought now though regarding the reapers that took Linc and nyko.........there not reapers but are mountain men disguised as reapers to collect grounders for there "farm" isoron.....theres one show on MTV with kick arse Females in them and its Teenwolf
I like your theory, means they are 'reapers', they are the mountain men who 'reap' people for blood.
I had a thought. I really don't think that Malcom killed Sara. Because on the roof, Sara said "what are you doing here?" Why would she say that to Malcom when that's the reason she was in Starling City for. She wouldn't say that to him. So the person she would ask that would be Nyssa's father. Someone that totally surprised her.
Another great episode
Agree with everything you just said. Loved the episode, loved the story, loved agent Keats, loved the chat with Abby and Tony. One of my all time favourite episodes.
This show is the best thing that ever happened to the CW. I like that they offer many different shades of women, Raven's my favourite primarily because I think she shows such a full range - she's badass and unflinchingly brave but she's also vulnerable and can be petty and she's also hilarious - Lindsey Morgan is growing into a really fine actress. I wish I could binge watch this season instead of following it weekly, the wait is interminable.
I laughed my ass off at Roys stupid little flip that led to him getting instantly tranquilized. also if Malcolm Merlyn was such a central figure to Starling city wouldn't he have easily been noticed in that crowd scene ?
haha i laughed at that part too. I wished thea tried to fight back though
Yeah, want Thea to fight somebody.
Exactly, he flipped and showed all style and boom, lol.
I was REALLY looking forward to this episode. I was hoping to get some answers, but instead, we got more and more lies! Like you said, this is definitely going to make things worse for everyone.Last week, I was thinking how Thea would get heartbroken if she found out that her brother is the Arrow, and that she would never forgive him because he broke the promise of no more secrets. But this week, Thea was also lying to Oliver (I guess this runs in the family). So now that both of them are lying to each other, they will eventually forgive each other.Laurel needs to tell his dad about Sara. Its getting annoying.Also, we finally got to see Ra's al Ghul. I hope he doesn't turn out to be a lame villain. It wasn't a terrible episode, but I just have high expectations of this show. It's usually pretty freaking awesome!
I really don't care if Severide and Brett hookup. I just want both of them to stay away from Erin and Jay on CPD. Crossover romances suck. I really only care about Gabby and Casey.
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