Tuesday, January 14, 2014

It Isn't Easy Being Green...

Via www.seat42f.com

Arrow's Season 2 second half kicks off Wed on the CW.
Arrow has had high ratings this season, and for a good reason. It absolutely rocks! I might be slightly biased being a DC fan, but I have enjoyed Marvel's Agents of SHIELD. I love DC characters, but there is one on the show that just recently was added to the Comic book world because of his success.

Diggle


Via www.thegeektwins.com

The Geek Twins have an excellent post about Diggle on there site today.

www.thegeektwins.com








Via www.seat42f.com
 Here is this weeks episode description:
ARROW Season 2 Episode 10 Blast Radius  : ARROW HUNTS DOWN SHRAPNEL — Oliver must tackle a new threat to the city when bombs start to go off in Starling City.  Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) discovers the person setting them off is Mark Sheffner (guest star Sean Maher), a man who goes by the nickname Shrapnel.  Arrow discovers Shrapnel’s next target is Sebastian Blood’s (guest star Kevin Alejandro) “Unity Rally” and tries to talk the alderman out of hosting it, but he refuses.  Arrow sets off to stop the bombing, but Shrapnel tricks him and traps him in a bomb-laced antique store where he is unable to move without setting off the device.  While Felicity helps Oliver, Diggle (David Ramsey) races to the plaza to find the bomb before it goes off.  Meanwhile, Roy (Colton Haynes) continues to hide his new strength from Thea (Willa Holland) but, after she witnesses his super strength in action at the rally, she demands answers.  Laurel’s (Katie Cassidy) suspicions about Sebastian grow stronger once she learns that he grew up with Cyrus Gold, the man who killed Lance’s (Paul Blackthorne) partner.  After Donner (guest Star Dylan Bruce) refuses to help her investigate, she turns to Arrow (Stephen Amell) for help.  Rob Hardy directed the episode written by Jake Coburn & Keto Shimizu 


There is a great interview With the Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg at tvline.com
That explains which way the show is headed.


Via www.greenarrowtv.com







Do you Watch Arrow? What do you think of the show so far?


34 comments:

  1. That's a tasty pic of Diggle...
    I enjoy Arrow, but I'd like to see him do more ab exercises ;)

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  2. I'm ready!
    For a moment, I thought this post was about Kermit and the Muppets...

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  3. i have not watched this show, i am still crying because smallville ended on a high note!

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  4. That is my wifes favorite thing to watch about the show!

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  5. It is getting pretty good. Smallville had it moments. I liked it, but it never developed like I thought it would.

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  6. I haven't watched this but the first season is on my Netflix queue.

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  7. The first season is good. My only problem with season one would be that it treated the first half like the villain of the week. The last half of S1 snowballed into what is now S2.
    Great TV!

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  8. You can already guess that if me was a superhero I'd be clad in green from head to toe :)

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  9. I've only seen a handful of episodes. I did like Green Arrow, but without that blonde Dick Van Dyke I'll always think this guy is an impostor.

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  10. My son wanted to be Green Arrow at Halloween, but all we could find was the" Arrow" costume or Robin Hood. So he ended up as Egon from Ghostbusters.

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  11. Hey thanks for the link David! I'm hoping Shrapnel is they're first real super villain but either way this show rocks!

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  12. I was a disappointed when I found out it wasn't a spinoff of Smallville but it's really found its place.

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  13. As long as Shrapnel is not just a villain of the week, one and done.
    They could bring him back as a cyborg.
    I laughed when I saw that you and Nigel had similar thoughts as mine.

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  14. smallville, took ten years to get there and then ended... it could have done it in 6 years and came back with a show called "metropolis" changed the entire cast to fit a younger audience appeal. i am not drawn into the arrow program... yet!

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  15. i thought they could have had the son from oliver and cloe in the end of smallville series.. be the arrow [loosely based]... i could tell them how, but they might find me to be way to knowledgeable on the subject :)

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  16. And with a green hood and long green cape weaved from moss and fern. I'd be controlling the powers of nature :) And I would also control armies of coons and possums and sparrows.

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  17. Still haven't given it a big chance. Still a long way away from doing so.

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  18. It has been worth it this season alone

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  19. *Yoda Voice*You will be...you will be!

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  20. Arrow is an excellent show! And Mr. Diggle...hot, hot, hot!

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  21. There was a photo shoot with all the men of Arrow without shirts, but I thought it might burn up my blog. :-)

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  22. I, myself, like Felicity. :-) I have enjoyed ARROW from its inception. I hope to see more of Barry Allen as a fledgling Flash. As a computer fan, do you like PERSON OF INTEREST? Or BLACKLIST? But it is rather fun to see how ARROW works in the DC characters into their storylines.

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  23. I do like Felicity. She has the cute, quirky nerd thing going for her.
    I never have gotten into Person of Interest I haven't even seen one episode. I love Blacklist, but I am about 5 episodes behind on the DVR.

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  24. wait... what is happening... in my defense i do own the score to this, it's really good!

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  25. I keep hearing how wonderful this show is, but I was such a fan of 'Smallville' so I loved Justin Hartley as The Green Arrow. But huge DC fan here. Marvel is eh for me. I've been hate watching Agents of Shield.

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  26. SHIELD should take notes on the action scenes in Arrow.
    Smallville was good, this is great.

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  27. I don't watch Arrow, but I've heard good things about it.

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  28. Gary Philip PennickJanuary 16, 2014 at 6:11 PM

    We don't get that show in Britain, yet. However, Agents of the Shield was shown the same time it got aired in North America. That is rather unusual.



    Gary

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  29. I think they are taking a page out of the BBC, and Doctor Who in America.

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