Australian Arrow Promo Confirms Felicity Smoak’s Fate
Further proving that overseas trailers give away everything, a new Arrow promo from Australia reveals whether or not Felicity Smoak survived this year’s cliffhanger… though… well… let’s let Donna Smoak say it:
“The damage to her spinal cord is permanent. She’s never going to walk again.”
"He is currently starring in the series Arrow as Malcolm Merlyn (The Dark Archer), based on the Green Arrow comic books.
John Barrowman said: "I’m going to continue with Arrow for a fourth series.
But if Doctor Who or Torchwood comes calling, the producers say that I can have time off to do it as they are all big fans.”
I will say that the idea that Oliver has chosen to trust Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) over Diggle and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards), and the fact that he kept Diggle and Felicity in the dark, we...
The five years Oliver Queen spent stranded on the island of Lian Yu changed him. He faced death, starvation, sickness, and people hellbent on killing him. Now he’s returned, but he’s not alone.
The Arrow add-on pack for Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham assembles the heroes (and villains) of WB’s popular show. In addition to Oliver (voiced by Arrow star Stephen Amell), you’ll be able to play as John Diggle, Felicity Smoak, Arsenal, The Huntress, Black Canary, Slade Wilson (a.k.a. Deathstroke), and Malcolm Merlyn.
So, I get on this spot and I'm reading all this 'I'm starting to hate Laurel' crap. You guys say you understand that she misses Tommy. Well, then show a little understanding. It's not like he's away on a vacation. He's dead and she feels that it's her fault and she will have to live with that. She blamed the hood to feel just a little less guilty, because it's too much to bear on her own.
I do not approve of how Laurel blamed the hood, but I do understand. People say and do messed up things when they're grieving. Seriously, it's only been three episodes and you're already complaining....
I thought I would be angrier when I wrote this. I’ve made no secret of how much I love Tommy throughout the season, so I thought when he died at the end of the season finale, I would be overcome with rage and grief, that this review would be peppered with obscenities and rambling diatribes on the new level of suck this show has discovered. Instead, all I could think to write is this:
Thank you for letting him be the hero.
We saw so many colors for him tonight. The drunk schlub trying to take a swing at the best friend who took his girl. The naïve son opening...
Uneven. Epic. Mind-blowing. Mind-numbingly bad. Conflicting descriptors, for certain, but also applicable to the front half of Arrow’s inaugural season. Some would argue that the ratings speak for themselves. Arrow is one of the CW’s strongest performers. Others would say that it’s a pale imitation of its previous incarnations and wonder where Justin Hartley is. Then, there are those in the middle, like myself, who have seen glimpses of brilliance and believe that the moments where the show falters are simply the program attempting to find its sea legs.