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Arrow Season 5 Episode 23 – TV Review

Arrow Lian Yu Adrian gun suicide

#Unsinkable

Felicity, Olicity, and Curtis aside, this is a pretty respectable season finale.

If only it had, like, stakes and stuff.

You know. Tension.

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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 13 – TV Review

Arrow Sins of the Father group shot

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.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 12 – TV Review

Arrow Unchained Roy back

Could you have just not come back at all?

Tatsu/Katana is also back, by the way. Just when we thought DC had cleaned house ahead of Suicide Squad.

Amanda Waller died for nothing.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 3 – TV Review

Arrow Restoration Sara Lazarus pit

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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Arrow Season 3 Episode 23 – TV Review

Arrow My Name Is Oliver Queen

Subtlety is for Elijah.

And so finale week concludes with Arrow closing the book on its third season.

Not with a bang.

Not with a whimper.

But more a mildly interested shrug.

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 22 – TV Review

Arrow This Is Your Sword Laurel Felicity

And how superior she is to Felicity? Oliver made the wrong choice, baby.

The Super Friends aren’t that impressive without Oliver or Roy.

Laurel has magically boosted her martial arts prowess, but Diggle’s power seems to be “guns” (and we all learned from Mystery Men that guns aren’t a real power), and Felicity is a non-combatant.

Thankfully, we have third-tier characters to rope in.

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