‘It’s just hypersensitivities, I swear I’m not crying.’
We’re currently over the midway phase of the current week’s mammoth hybrid between Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, and it’s as of now been proclaimed superior to any DC Universe motion picture ever.
Some acclaim. However, that is not by any means the only reason we’re commending, on the grounds that Wednesday night wasn’t simply scene three of the great four-day hybrid – it was likewise the 100th scene of Arrow. 🎂
All in all, with the Dominators recovering their own on Barry Allen (Concede Gustin) and Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) in Tuesday’s The Flash by stealing Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and co, this Arrow commemoration was unmistakably going to benefit the thing and spare them… right? (Cautioning: spoilers ahead.)
Not precisely. Yet, that didn’t make a difference, since everything got a bit It’s a Wonderful Life. After Oliver, Sara (Caity Lotz), Ray (Brandon Routh), Thea (Willa Holland) and Diggle (David Ramsey) were channeled up by the Dominators, they ended up in a substitute reality while they were oblivious in this present reality.
Here, Oliver never got on the Queen’s Gambit with his father and his sweetheart’s sister. He was on the eve of his wedding to Laurel (welcome back, Katie Cassidy!), his parents (Jamey Sullivan and Susanna Thompson) were alive, and it was another person’s business to ensure Starling City.
Actually, the saints understood this all appeared to be unrealistic, which created flashes of the first timetable and a nostalgic think back on the previous 100 scenes. Awww.
Be that as it may, before he left the grid to come back to this present reality, Oliver saw holograms of Roy, Tommy, Felicity, Moira, Robert and of course Laurel,, as they read great lines from the last five seasons.
Essentially, Arrow’s 100th scene was one major drenched love letter.
Oliver set to marry Laurel (who was brutally killed last year in a fight with Damien Darhk) was just too much to take.
Okay, not everybody was having it…
Evelyn’s nonappearance additionally didn’t go unnoticed.
However, for the most part, that was one excellent commemoration.
Along these lines, with the Dominators undermining all reality (and possibly even time itself), it’s presently down to Legends of Tomorrow to spare the day when it closes the four-day hybrid on Thursday (December 1) on The CW in the US.