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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: per CBR Arrow has failed the fans but can be saved
Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 at 03:20:31 pm EST (Viewed 448 times)
Reply Subj: Re: per CBR Arrow has failed the fans but can be saved
Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2018 at 12:01:54 pm EST (Viewed 459 times)

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    I care more about the opinion of my toilet paper than I do about CBR. And I wipe poo on toilet paper.


Exactly. Dont give a damn about their opinion.

I think Arrow's problem is not how many characters it's that it just isnt fun, every episode is so full of darkness and drama without any light.

It's always been darker than Flash, but it used to still be fun.

I'm not sure what changed or when. Maybe it's just fatigue due to age.

PPP





Honestly this season...really hasn't bothered me that much. I'm enjoying Oliver as a dad, Felicity is way less annoying now that she has to be mature for William, I liked the Diggle as Green Arrow arc, I kind of like Black Siren.

I think there were decisions from seasons 3-5 that annoyed me but I'm really not as irritated with this season as I have been in seasons past.

I don't care for the villains this year. But I disliked Prometheus even more last year. And I wish Thea and Quentin actually had stuff to do.

I guess this season has been dark but I honestly never saw it that way. Thea's back. Oliver (finally) has his son. Felicity seems emotionally stable this year. Quentin's not as bad off as he was last year. Oliver and Diggle's friendship went through a brief rough patch but is stronger than ever now that the rookies are gone.



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