Yes, even shrill blondes and killer bees.
Well, at least Arrow is trying to learn some lessons from its superior sister, The Flash.
Stealing counts as a lesson, right?
As long as it isn’t Roy.
The conflict of this episode hinges on whether or not Malcolm cares about Thea as his daughter.
You’d think seasons’ worth of proof that he does would be enough to keep his character consistent.
But you’d be wrong.
We were so close.
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.
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.
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.
Has anyone noticed that Sara is more expressive as a corpse than when she was alive? Too bad about the cleavage rot, though.
Well, Sara gets resurrected by a mystical hot tub, and the Super Friends are attacked by a scab-ripping rip-off of Gambit.
Arrow: The Age of Magic.
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