Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Jetfire, Jan 13, 2012.
Rickards kind of has a 70s starlet thing going on there. I love it!
Okay, why could Digg's recording capture Momma Queen's voice intact, but turned Captain Jack into Darth Merlyn?
Nice to see David Anders being the bad guy again. Mr. Sark lives!
Yeah, he was fun. I really enjoyed this episode, I liked the stuff with Digg, and all the Hood/Det. Lance/Laurel developments we got. The island story was good too.
So is the guy we've seen in the Deathstroke mask so far not Slade Wilson/Deathstroke, or was he full of crap?
EDIT: They've released a new trailer that has a quick clip of Roy Harper, and seems to confirm AgentRichard07's implied spoiler.
The reporter on that article didn't watch the trailer very closely did she?
You think he's a good guy on Once Upon a Time?
Yeah, his character is rather grey (LOL, pun not intended) in OUAT.
Moira Queen! You have failed this city!
ETA: Looks like we get plenty of Felicity next week.
I wondered this too.
Teacher, teacher, I know this one, ask me!
Ronald Reagan, as the Gipper, in Knute Rockne, All-American!
Was that photoshopped?
^ Looks like a real still to me.
It's real, there was a brief glimpse of it in the "Next week on Arrow" trailer at the end of the last episode.
I must be going blind, then. The missing head was bad enough, but it seemed barely possible the bow and her hand covered every bit of it. But try as I can I cannot figure out where they've put the legs, not to mention the unmentionable parts.
Um, What??? Oh, you mean on the table behind her. Blurry background + lots of stuff in the way = not seeing what you think you see.
ETA: if you zoom in, you can see he still has the green leather pants on. His legs go off to the right. Her arms/hands block the view of his head.
Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity) is gonna be a regular on the show in season 2.
Glad to hear it, I like her.
That is cool, I like her.
This raises a question I been wondering about for awhile now. Will any of the current cast, regular or recurring not return. Some of these characters have very specific storylines, which I wonder how they will be able to sustain.
When a show does surprisingly good so quickly like Arrow has, is it possible that the network throws more money at them as a reward for being awesome?
^Quite the contrary if it's AMC.
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