In fairness Star City has basically been taken over by a gang of terrorists. In the US, no we don't have politicians that inspire us.boo @ anarky being a run-of-the-mill sociopath murderer/rapist/whatever
I am disappoint
What was all that talk about the city needing a mayor to inspire them? Who the hell is inspired by politicians in the real world? Seriously. This show is ridiculous with the all the pro-statism given the Green Arrow character's anarchistic roots. Now Oliver Queen is going to become the mayor and save the city from "Anarky". Good lord, serenity now, hoochie mama, etc.
The longer you are dead, the crazier you become after being revived.That Oliver-Thea scene in that abandoned factory was probably one of the worst executed scene I've seen in years. Was borderline cringe with the way it was shot.
I don't know how I feel about this episode. From being a really hopeful episode last week to this... I guess it will take time.
PS: I didn't know Lazarus pit could revive people dead for about 6-12 months.
But if it was Lance's why wasn't Laurel present at her fathers grave?I think the tombstone at the end of episode 1 belongs to Detective Lance. If it were Felicity, I would've expected a bigger sobfest from Oliver and Barry. And Detective Lance is already having problems with Damien Dhark, so I think Dhark will kill him later in the season.
Maybe they had his funeral earlier in the day and after it finished Laurel left with everybody else, but Ollie decided to stick around then Barry showed up (he said he missed the funeral). They just didn't show the funeral part.But if it was Lance's why wasn't Laurel present at her fathers grave?
Why was Oliver standing there alone/with Flash?
yeah i thought it'd be nothing but bones by now. But i guess they needed it to to be at least somewhat still there in order for the Pit to work.