Season Finale! So... I haven’t even watched the last two episodes, because I’m dealing with some stuff, but I’ll get there next week probably. Anyway, I’m gonna guess: Plot contrivances, stupid fights, amazing choreographies, a HARD PRICE to pay (That will be mostly nullified next season). React!
Two episodes left! React people. I will join when I can.
En esta esquina....! OK, so I found the last few episodes’ premises absolutely stupid, but the actual episodes quite fun... if a bit stupid. I hope this continues the trend, because holy cow! Let’s react.
Oliver is now alone for good. Until he changes his mind and learns the same lesson he does 2 times every season. Meanwhile, mafia stuff and corporate stuff. The episodes are actually quite fun, but the trailers and synopses are super boring. They need better marketers. Let’s react!
Time for some Scrooge episode now that Oliver is so cranky and alone. Last week’s episode was actually quite better than I expected, so let’s see if this one that seems to be a bit of a filler one is good as well.
AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHSLDFKLKERERPOERIPEORPQ. We’re getting more petty in-team fighting. You wanna know why? Fuck you, that’s why! This is Arrow and we should react or something.
So they FINALLY found her... exactly where she’s been her whole life. Thea Al Ghul. OK. This one seems like a fun episode, let’s give it a chance. Reacting at the comments.
Tonight’s a new Arrow! And what a better time to start watching Jessica Jones. Anyway, this episode does actually look pretty good, but I think we’re about to say goodbye to Thea. She’s probably also tired of Olly’s bullshit. Let’s react... at some point.
Erm. So... the team fights. Oliver is Dumb, Dina is stupidly self-righteous, and René probably says “This doesn’t change anything” 34 times during the episode. Act surprised!
In which Oliver learns a valuable lesson in letting others help him out and trusting people. Again...
The title of this episode is related to character development or something. Anyway, welcome back! This show is fun but so dumb lately, so let’s enjoy and just let it happen. React!
There comes a time when children have to fulfill their TV purpose. It has to happen at least once a season. Tonight is that night in this season, where Oliver’s kid needs to be in danger so there can be some stakes. Let’s react.
You are being watched. And by you, I mean, the Arrow team. I have to say that this season The Flash and Arrow are feeling incredibly similar in overall arcs, but I keep watching. Also, Evil Finch and the rest of the baddies are actually pretty entertaining. Let’s react!
Hello beautiful people, welcome back to your favorite CW telenovela: La FLECHA! This is it. The last Arrowverse episode of the year. The last episode for a month. And then... come back with an extra show! Meanwhile, let’s react to the midseason finale.
It’s time for the second part, which is actually part 3 and 4 of the crossover. I know. I know. The Daily Planet doing a feature on Overgirl seems like it’s trying to normalize Interdimentional Nazis, but let’s just hear them out before. There’s ab argument to be made for objective journalism. Meanwhile, let’s react!
It happens today, people! Come for some nazi punching goodness with tonights first part of the crossover, which is really parts 1 and 2, since this is a 4 series cross over told on 4 episodes that are really 2 episodes. Also, Barry is getting married, everyone’s comma was cured, and did I mention punching…
You are being watched, but is Arrow? It’s freaking thanksgiving. Which means nothing to me since I’m not in the US, but I am surprised we have new episodes of stuff today. Anyway, for once the title sounds better in Spanish, because it has ACTION in it. React when you watch. Probably tomorrow.
In which we deal with yet another case of Daddy Issues. Last week we had a slower episode with a great Deadshot powered masacre. Now, Slade’s other son is making some troubles and it promises to be fun and dumb. This show always has some very cool looking action scenes at least. Let’s react!
That title might be a mistranslation, but I don’t care. I’m happy Slade is back, and I think we can all get some joy in Arrow City, right? Let’s react.