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Arrow Season 4 Episode 20 – TV Review

Arrow Genesis Diggle shoots Andy

Losing the Suicide Squad to the movies worked out. Except for Amanda.

But don’t worry. Felicity makes sure to thrust her malignantly tumorous self into the episode at every given chance.

It’s her duty.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 18 – TV Review

Arrow Eleven-fifty-nine Oliver Laurel

“Well, one for the road, I guess.”

I wonder, if I hadn’t given up on The Walking Dead a season and a half ago, would I be more insulted by its episode this week, or by this one?

And who knew a Felicity-lite episode of Arrow could be so infuriating?

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 11 – TV Review

Arrow AWOL Amanda Waller dead

Yeah, but what are they going to do about The Flash’s entire show come Justice League time?

It’s a fucking Lyla and Diggle episode, but without Arrow’s version of the Suicide Squad to back it up (not that they’ve proven to be worth much, anyway).

It’s also a Felicity episode.

But not just any Felicity episode. A Felicity episode with grating hallucinations.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 10 – TV Review

Arrow Blood Debts Felicity alive

We were so close.

Why, Arrow?

Why?

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 9 – TV Review

Arrow Dark Waters Donna Quentin

Christmas really has come early.

Well, The Originals and The Vampire Diaries killed off characters for their mid-season finales this week.

Thank you, Arrow, for following suit.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 7 – TV Review

Arrow Brotherhood Diggle Laurel

Is it an insult or a compliment that the main show is keeping them?

You know who I don’t miss? Roy. That whiny little killjoy was half the sidekick Thea and Laurel have turned out to be.

Roy is in no way related to this episode, but I just thought it was worth mentioning.

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Curse of Chucky – CBF Review

Curse of Chucky wanna play

That knife totally isn’t compensating for something.

I remember the Chucky movies were pretty scary growing up.

Until they devolved into comedy-only shadows of their former selves.

Sadly, this attempt at a gritty return to form misinterpreted “gritty” as “boring, standard slasher movie.”

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