Arrow takes us to “Monument Point” this week, while the Legends face their “Destiny.” Here’s the place for you to review or discuss either or both.
A crash course in magic from Esrin Fortuna (Gabriella Wright) gives Ollie some defense against Darhk, Dig makes a critical decision, and Speedy finds herself under the dome.
More importantly, the Team learns Darhk’s endgame.
Darhk gets his power back, an ally proves deceptive, and Team Arrow loses a member.
Will this loss be permanent?
Team Arrow experiences difficulties with both bees and a H.I.V.E.– and the fact that Mr. Terrific is, for a multitalented genius, kind of a doofus.
“The difference between insanity and belief lies in the number of believers.”
The same might be said of the difference between romantic/erotic obsession and love.
In addition to the pithy quotation, this week’s ep of Arrow brings back Carrie Cutter aka Cupid. While she targets high-profile weddings, Quentin Lance takes the stand, Darhk is down, but not out, and Felicity leaves Ollie at the altar. Meanwhile, in the past and on the island, Ollie and Taiana find Reiter’s “ultimate power,” which looks like an old-fashioned mascot for the electric company.
You can discuss the episode here…
Welcome to Star City, where Canaries can’t fly but a Vixen can, Evil Geniuses have obvious weaknesses and the inability to see through even more obvious disguises, and miracle cures can happen.
This week brings much drama, some decent fight scenes, and at least two turning points in the year’s story arc. Discussion below.
Weather-related damage took out our internet and cable last night. Feel free to post your own reviews and comments on this week’s Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow here.
Due to laziness, illness, and a general lack of discussion on these shows, I’m posting them together this week.
Discuss away! Post a review! Link to your Youtube impersonation of a DC hero!