Arrow continues the saga of Oliver in prison and everyone else failing in new ways to catch Ricardo Diaz, who has long worn out his welcome in my book, in “Crossing Lines.”
It’s a great time to be a fan of superheroes, with all the movies and tv shows going. And one of the things that kicked that wave off was the CW’s Arrow, which has spawned several spin-off shows now.
The CW’s Arrow ends its sixth season with a “Life Sentence.” Since this is a season finale that aired a few weeks ago as I write this, there will be spoilers.
“The Ties That Bind” really amps up the tension for this week’s Arrow episode.
After the rough ending to last week’s episode, things continue to look grim for Oliver Queen in “Docket No. 11-19-41-73.”
Well, Oliver Queen is determined to do things on his own now that he’s lost his team and fired Overwatch. I think maybe part of why he did that was so that there wouldn’t be anyone around to say, “Oliver, this is a terrible idea,” when he decides to something new and stupid.
Arrow takes a break from the annoying heroes fighting heroes story to focus on two characters: Ricardo Diaz, the Dragon (I still don’t buy he’s supposed to be Richard Dragon) and Felicity Smoak. With most of the story on Arrow’s current big bad, the episode is titled, “The Dragon,” and the usual run of symbols…