Betrayal. It's a big thing in Arrow . The basis for Oliver's quest is the betrayal of Starling City by its most prominent citizens. Betrayals of trust happen on a daily basis. No one can really trust anyone. Betrayal is a fitting name for this episode.
I guess I've finally figured out the overarching theme of Arrow . In " Betrayal " Detective Lance threw everything on the line, including the life of his daughter, to get to the vigilante, The Hood, Arrow, Oliver Queen. We'll have Green Arrow canon charac more
Guessing who will play the guest villain each week is becoming a fun game with “Arrow.” Last week we had Seth Gabel of “Fringe” fame. This week we get David Anders, who plays Doctor Frankenstein on “Once Upon a Time.” http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/0 more
Oh, what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive. Ollie lies to Moira. Moira lies to Ollie. Lance lies to Laurel. Laurel lies to Tommy. I’m beginning to wonder whether any of these people would know how to tell the truth if their lives depended more
It's hard to understand the attraction of the drug whose name titles the Arrow episode, "Vertigo." From what we learn in the episode, an overdose makes a person feel intense pain until they go mad and/or die of a heart attack. Even in lower doses, it make more
I appreciate the desire to create a big, brash nemesis for Oliver to square off against, and goodness knows I think the show could benefit from that, but I think the writers tried a little too hard to create a Joker-esque character in the Count. http://ww more