It’s 1:15AM, I just got off work half an hour ago. However, that’s not enough to stop me from doing the finial recap of Arrow for the season, especially since you other commentators make it interesting. Let’s talk the Arrow finale! Spoilers, ahoy.
It’s the penultimate episode for Arrow as well, and while they definitely felt the needs to keep the excitement up they at least had the decency to give us Curtis this episode. Spoilers ahoy!
We finally start to feel the momentum as Arrow gets into the finial stretch, with only two more episodes left in the season after last night’s. There’s still a lot of plot for them to resolve, so lets get right down to it. Spoilers ahoy!
The episode in which everyone blames themselves for everything that went wrong ever. In which everyone gets emotional, including the audience if twitter is any judge of such things. In which we finally see the name on the gravestone. Spoilers ahoy!
The season is heating up with only five episodes left and we’re staring to really get a feel for the end game. Last night’s episode was pretty heavy emotionally and plotwise. Let’s talk about it this week’s recap. Spoilers ahoy!
The trend of Comic Book shows that feel like absurd comic books that started yesterday with the Flash continues on with the return of Bug Eyed Bandit in the latest episode of Arrow. Again, many will nitpick, but I just grin like the geek I am. Spoilers ahoy!
iO9 already has their review up on the main page if you want to check it out, but I’ll still post the recap here because of the awesome gifs and the smaller, more refined comment section. Cupid is back, and she’s not the only one ready to break all our hearts! Spoilers ahoy!
When King Shark was just a minor bad guy that was littler more than a running joke it was a disappointment. Last night’s episode totally made up for that right here. There’s also a minor Arrow crossover with a bit of a spoiler, so be aware. Let’s talk about the latest episode of The Flash. Spoilers ahoy!
Wow. That was an interesting (but not unsurprising) turn of events on last night’s Arrow. Honestly, there isn’t much to recap though as it was a pretty slow episode compared to others this season. Spoilers ahoy! (After a funny gif buffer)
Soooo...I’m not even sure what I can say about this episode that isn’t a spoiler. It was action packed and invoked many loud reactions. Is that spoilery? Is this a long enough lede? Close enough, spoilers start now.
Okay, yes, this episode has issues. Yes, there is a suspension of disbelief required. No, I don’t care. This episode was fun 88% of the time and it was ridiculous enough that I can forgive it’s faults. Even the serious parts were enjoyable. Spoilers AHOY!
Soooo...Arrow was new last night. I though it was a good episode over all, and just what we needed after last week. I love how we got to be a little more character-centric this whole episode, and not just on Ollie either. Spoilers Ahoy!
The Arrow returned after it’s midseason break after leaving us on a pretty big cliffhanger. Prepare yourselves for that “lighthearted and fun” season the writers told us we were getting, because when it does come it’ll be a pretty big surprise. Spoilers ahoy!
Last night I praised Flash for benching the title character and letting their supporting cast shine. I wish Arrow would have followed that example, and this episode would have been stronger for it. Spoilers ahoy!
So, we got a pretty solid episode, and quite a bit of set up for Legends of Tomorrow in last night’s Arrow. (And a special guest appearance by one of my favorite minor characters!) Spoiler’s ahoy!
Fair warning: This recap is half-assed. I had a 3-hour derby practice that may or may not have ended with a torn muscle. So I was pretty exhausted when I sat down to watch the show. We will have some interesting discussion nonetheless! CONSTANTINE IS BACK! Spoilers ahoy!
Apparently there are a few people who need redemption this episode, as a lot of secrets start coming out, although not all of them. Spoilers begin now.
Restoration, as in restoring the audience’s interest in the show, and that one other reason. This episode was really enjoyable and fixes some of the issues we were seeing starting to develop. Spoilers ahoy!
An interesting take on Diggle's place in the show going forward. I can see their point, but on the other hand, his character is a good foil for Oliver and a bit of an everyman audience surrogate. What do you think?