Tag Archive | Ray Palmer

Arrow Season 4 Episode 4 – TV Review

Arrow Beyond Redemption dirty cops

Our girl’s moving ever so slightly up in the world.

I didn’t think I’d want a Quentin episode.

But behind all that pointless obstruction and repetitive jibing at Oliver, there is a broken, grieving father.

This is exactly what Arrow needed.

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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 18 – TV Review

Arrow Public Enemy Quentin

“Guns are the answer.” -America

Yes, guns are the answer.

Who knew they’d be more effective than literal hand lightning?

Something to keep in mind for future ATOM suit iterations, Ray.

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 17 – TV Review

Arrow Suicidal Tendencies ATOM lightning

Does anyone have a free bottomless pit we could throw him down?

This is also another Suicide Squad episode.

Because the last one of those was so great.

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 16 – TV Review

Arrow The Offer Ra's poses as the Arrow

You can’t walk the runway unless you beat that face, gurl.

What happened to the days of putting a horse’s head in a bed to have someone accept an offer they can’t refuse?

Why does everything have to be a costume party?

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Arrow Season 3 Episode 15 – TV Review

Arrow Nanda Parbat Ra's shirtless

I respect Ra’s’ priorities. His shirtless, toned priorities.

Thea does the smartest thing she’s done in a long time and sets the League of Assassins after Malcolm.

Then Oliver does the dumbest thing he’s done in a long time and spends the rest of the episode trying to save him.

Thea’s idiocy isn’t gone: it just changed hosts.

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