Arrow Season 4 Episode 16: Olicity Wedding Photos From Broken Hearts

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  1. Maybe Felicity will get an arrow to the eye.

    • BedaHouse
    • 70 Posts in 5 Months

    Calling it now: Its a trap to lure Cupid so that the team can bring her down. It isn't a real wedding, its just another continuation of the "Olicity" drama that has driven this show's potential onto the same level as any other teen soap opera, I would expect to find on MTV.

    • Dude
    • 301 Posts in 22 Months

    This show is really losing me with how much time they spend on Felicity and Oliver. It seriously drags down the pacing of the show for me, and never seems to add anything new to the dynamic of the overall show. It is almost as if they don't know how to add drama to the relationships, so everyone just has to re-hash their old issues. Maybe that aspect of the show isn't meant for people like me (comicbook nerd) and is really catered to whoever routinely watches shows on CW that don't involve DC heroes. Also, for the love God, could the actors stop using the loud-whisper manner of speaking? It just makes me want to hit someone... REAL PEOPLE DON'T TALK LIKE THAT!

    • RJW
    • 396 Posts in 16 Months

    Argue with me all you want, but stop singling out the CW, this sort of relationship stuff is part and parcel of any superhero story. And Dude, how are they rehashing old issues?

    • Dude
    • 301 Posts in 22 Months

    RJW said ... (original post)

    Argue with me all you want, but stop singling out the CW, this sort of relationship stuff is part and parcel of any superhero story. And Dude, how are they rehashing old issues?

    I think singling out the CW, in an article about a show on the CW, is perfectly apt in my estimation, especially when I recognize the fact that this particular aspect of the show is not entirely geared towards me.  Sooooo... there's that.

    As to rehashing old issues, I am speaking to the fact that they retread the same ground with these characters.  As an example, Oliver can't be honest or give the whole truth, so someone gets upset (this is repeated with Oliver and Felicity but is not exclusive to them alone). Of course it is part of s lot of superhero stories, but there is nothing new or innovative in the way that it is being approached.  It is stale and does nothing for the overall show.

    And hang on... who's arguing with you?  Did you read my comment as a personal affront to your tastes?  If so, I bet you don't want to hear my opinion about eggplant.  

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