Open Thread: Arrow – Time of Death

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Arrow returned from its brief hiatus last night. Let us know what you thought of “Time of Death.” 

Some possible talking points:

  • I swear to god, KORD Enterprises has been name-checked so often we better get Ted Kord on this show soon.
  • I thought we were going to have to suffer through William Tockman but they pulled in “Clock King” rather quickly.
  • OMG workout porn threesome! SYSTEM OVERLOAD. SHUTTING DOWN.
  • Passing time comparing actual scars.
  • Quentin apologizes to Oliver and I’m really feeling bad they haven’t told him about Arrow yet.
  • I really, really love how this has become the Arrow/Canary show now.
  • Felicity training is adorable, much like Felicity herself.
  • “You’re lucky your life doesn’t revolve around lying.” HAHAHAHAHA
  • Felicity feels inadequate and OH GOD I LOVE HER SO MUCH.
  • Mommy Lance is dating. Obviously.
  • Aww, it’s Sin’s dad in the downed plane.
  • Felicity putting on her superheroing-leather jacket. What else is there to say about this lady?
  • What in the hell was that stair slide Arrow pulled?
  • Felicity took a bullet for Sara, gets a scar of her own, and reassurance from Oliver that she’ll always be his girl. Sobbing.
  • How is Sara being a bartender a good idea. Vigilante activities occur at night. Bar tending activities occur at night.
  • Laurel finally attending AA.
  • I’d like you to meet Slade Wilson.”

Marc Guggenheim also tweeted a closer look at one of the other Easter Eggs from the episode. An advertisement for a Blue Devil movie on the side of the bus Arrow saved.

Click on the image to enlarge and let us know what you thought of the episode in the comments!

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