I missed the first ten minutes of this episode. I’m consoling myself with the knowledge that probably five of these ten minutes was devoted to “Previously, on Arrow…” Apparently I missed Roy slapping water as part of a training montage – see, that’s why you gotta be on time, people. I regret missing that deeply.
Also, like everyone else on the planet, I am sick, so this is the shortest short list of highlights ever. I thought this was a fun episode, with the plot zipping along, revelations dropping right and left, and so very many pretty outfits to look at. Here’s some highlights:
Line of the week:
Ollie: “Do you have one of those hoodies with you?”
Roy: “Seriously, do you even need to ask?”
Too funny – but boys, a hoodie does not a disguise make. Roy couldn’t even keep that stupid thing on. Gotta work on the costume, Roy.
This fools no one.
Runner up line of the week:
Felicity: “Oooh, you have angry face”.
Love you, Felicity, never change.
Oh, look, there’s Moira and Walter! I always liked them. Get them back together, show. In other news, Moira is going to run for Mayor. What could go wrong?
Am both confused and delighted by super-mature Thea.
Laurel, Laurel, Laurel, Laurel, Laurel. I was amused by the fact that when her Dad pointed out that she’s not the only person to have lost somebody and been fired, she restrained herself from replying, “Oh yeah? How many people have survived being tied to a chair and threatened with a gruesome death by an insane serial-killer taxidermist? Huh? I’ll tell you – NOBODY!” See, Laurel, that’s the kind of sharp comeback you could come up with if you weren’t drunk all the time. Work on that.
Oooh, we’re getting a squad! A squad of bad guys! Oh hey, Sara’s back! Woah, someone stole an earthquake machine! Back on the island, Slade and Ollie are hugging it out – that’s sweet. But doomed. So much plot excitement!
They hug in a manly way.
OK everyone, I’m going back to bed. Leave your comments here!