The Flash was the very first current generation #DCTV show to feature a crossover. Barry Allen made his debut appearance on Arrow a year before his own eponymous show launched.
In terms of second-to-last episodes of a season, tonight was solid. It certainly set up what I assume will be an explosive (pun intended) finale next week.
Tonight wrapped up the current predicament that Ollie finds himself in. When you think about it, they could have stretched things out with the trial, but didn’t.
Only a few episodes left and things are progressively heating up…
Many times, the superhero shows and movies we enjoy tend to stick to a similar format: focusing on the good guy and his/her struggles and ultimate triumph over the bad guy. Nothing wrong with that.
A really solid episode tonight. Dare I say it was my favorite of the season?
I think so.
Tonight got me. I’ll admit it.
With the season winding down, I thought this Arrow was an interesting choice of direction for tonight.
Surprising? Yes. Disappointed? No.
Arrow continued its streak of pretty solid episodes this week by wasting no time and jumping head first into the Diaz story arc.
Hey, we’re back! Arrow took a little break while we all watched our countries attempt to win gold, but it’s time to return to Star City and to its superhero mayor.