Felicity Smoak Quotes
Please, call me Felicity, and I don't blame you for not wanting to sell Ray your mine, because you don't know what his plans are. The thing about Ray is he's not a businessman. Businessmen make deals, they make money. What Ray is, is something else entirely.
Felicity: What happened to the thing?
Ray: Wow. You look ridiculous. Which I mean in a good way that's not creepy. You look beautiful.
Felicity: Oh. I think it's the dress.
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Felicity: This dress? Costs more than my apartment.
Ray: Yeah. Couture, which I'm pretty sure is French for expensive. [Felicity handles the dress, smelling it and whining] So, dinner? Purely platonic.
Felicity: There is nothing platonic about couture.
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Oh God. I have a type.
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Roy: Nothin' much. Just a feeling. A feeling of being not me. Being strong and out of control. But, here's the thing, in those dreams, I killed Sara.
Felicity: And this really had you worried.
Roy: Because the dreams, they didn't feel like dreams, Felicity, they felt like memories. I actually remember throwing arrows into her. Crazy, right?
Felicity: Yeah. Crazy.
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Felicity: You just had me test your blood for a serum you were cured from six months ago. I already knew it was stupid.
Roy: The reason I haven't been sleeping is because I have been having dreams, and not normal ones.
Oliver: Are you OK?
Felicity: I guess. Old lovers have a way of opening old wounds. Lovers. Sounds creepy no matter how you say it.
Oliver: Felicity, I want you to know that whatever experiences you had to go through, I'm glad that you did to shape the person that you are today. And you know how I feel about her.
Felicity: Before, you were right to keep pressing on Cooper. It turns out he's not as dead as I thought.
Oliver: I've had some experience with that and you learn not to judge.
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Felicity: I'm glad you're still here.
Donna: You are a terrible liar, Felicity. It might be the only thing we have in common.
Felicity: I have blonde hair.
Donna: You dye it.
Felicity: You're right. We're different and we're always gonna be that way and it's not easy...
Donna: No. You know what? It's totally my fault for showing up here uninvited. Seriously. I think I just got so excited about this free flight.
Seriously, if I had two less IQ Points we wouldn't be in this mess.
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I was in this, I guess you could call it a group, in college. We were hactivists, for a lack of a better word. Civil disobedience via the world wide web. I created this, this super virus, that could give us access to any infected server. We could expose government fraud, start virtual sit-ins and digitally deface criminals. I guess you could say it was my first attempt at being a hero.
Ray: You changed your mind.
Felicity: I just decided I wanted more out of life.
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