Laurel getting her ass kicked and stumbling around as Canary were the TRUE highlights of the episode. The Hong Kong flashbacks are still more miss than HIT for this viewer.They just aren't very interesting for me.Plus im wondering what happened with Maseo's son at this point. It was also jarring how bad Team Arrow sucked tonight.Sure they somewhat got the "win" tonight,but man they were pretty horrible at it.Roy and Laurel defiantly looked bad today.It's expected with Laurel but freaking Roy ? Come on dude....If Oliver really was dead he would be a total bust of a hero.Im tired of his huge bug eyes bulging out when he is in costume.And he STILL makes that dumb face whenever he shoots an arrow.Ya know,like it's the hardest thing ever for him to do lol.
I thought Roy did pretty well. He had to watch over Laurel.
The way Louis treated Rachel was despicable......and he just did it because he knew she knew about Mike. It was played brilliantly. I was stooped as to how they would get one over on Louis. Mind you, I knew they would--I just couldn't figure out how. It will be interesting now that most everybody knows about Mike.
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I think Elena and Stefan r cuter <3
Alex and Jo
Ditch the 2 lesbos replace males...
Was Maseo's son murdered?
thats what I asked myself after watching this episode too!
he must be!
I am very tired of the writers constantly humiliating and beating up the Penguin in every episode. I just couldn't watch his character be debased any more. I had to fastforward past the scenes of him having to grovel yet again for his life. I understand the writers are trying to get us to root for him by having horrible things happen to him, but he is being written now not as the underdog but as a punching bag. I'd like to see this character have a more dignified story line.
This was much better than I expected. I agree we did not need the Oliver scenes so much. It would have been better to flesh out the the remaining developments. I don't think that Felicity made any unexpected reactions. I just wish Roy was given a little more time to show the Red Arrow's chops. I also agree that Chase's reveal was wonderfully unexpected - I know people thought he was going to be a creep - but he is really a hot mess!
Wasn't a huge fan of this episode. I'm glad that there was a Laurel/Felicity bonding moment and both actresses knocked that scene out of the park, but I found Felicity's 180 about returning to the team really abrupt. And was her comment about "the people who we care about who are still alive" in reference to Ray? Because, ugh. Also, they're really not going to explain Oliver's miraculous recovery? Bandages and some penicillin tea couldn't possibly fix that fall. But the thing that really kept me from liking this episode is the Capt. Lance manipulation. What Laurel did to her father tonight (with Team Arrow's help!) is unforgivable.
Not only was it unforgivable, but unrealistic. He's a detective - Laurel and Sara look nothing alike; have completely different body shapes, and the clincher for me was the fight captured on camera - he didn't notice that the Canary had none of Sara's moves or skills? I know someone will bring up him not connecting Oliver to the Arrow, but it's different - he's admitted to wilful blindness on that front, but the first glimpse of his daughter in a year (or however long)? He would have scoured that footage and noticed everything.
You just answered your own question, however. If ever a case of willful blindness would come into play it would be when you wanted to believe your daughter was OK when you knew she was running with the worst crowd of assassins in the world. Then he hears her voice? He had no reason to scour the footage. That said, I thought he should have been told immediately.
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