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Arrow Season 5 Episode 11 – TV Review

Arrow Second Chances

Try to show a little enthusiasm, Curtis.

This episode is titled “Second Chances.”

Which is fitting, because this second half of the season so far seems to be Arrow trying to have a second chance of flaying itself upon the altar of Felicity. And the altar of Shitting On Katie Cassidy.

I told you the Season 4 creep is real.

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Arrow Season 5 Episode 10 – TV Review

Arrow Who Are You? Laurel Black Siren

Oh, honey.

After a season-so-far of joyous reversals of the disaster that was Season 4, will Arrow fix the greatest atrocity of last year and bring back Laurel?

Pfft. Nah. Felicity’s also been drinking from the Season 4 cup, again. So that’s not good.

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Arrow Season 5 Episode 1 – TV Review

Arrow Legacy Laurel Lance statue

They… tried? I think?

This hilariously awful Laurel Lance/Black Canary statue is kind of a symbol of where Arrow is right now.

It’s still garbage, but it’s making something of an effort to appease the Olicity-fatigued naysayers. Myself included.

But it’ll take more than one episode to turn around the shit sandwich that was Season 4.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 19 – TV Review

Arrow Canary Cry Oliver Laurel flashback kiss

Who knew all it took was killing Laurel to get us a flashback that wasn’t arbitrary shit?

In case the Arrow writers hadn’t ground their heel into Laurel fans enough, they introduce a new Black Canary the very next episode after her untimely and pointless death.

I’m just shocked it’s not Felicity.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 6 – TV Review

Arrow Lost Souls Sara Laurel Canary

Two Canaries are better than one. Because neither of them is much of a character by themselves.

Yeah yeah, it’s time to rescue Ray.

Let’s get to it.

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 21 – TV Review

Arrow Al Sah-Him Thea bow

Eh, I suppose I should be grateful it isn’t a big, dumb wig.

Do you people not own guns!?

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 13 – TV Review

Arrow Canaries Thea finding out the truth

“It just… it doesn’t make any sense.”

Yes, the fabled day has arrived: Thea has an appropriate and agreeable response to something.

And it’s something big, too.

Can we expect rationality to be a permanent trait?

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