#i love this #because it’s so obvious that no one has ever come for him before#ever had his back before #and this rich girl she just walks right through a riot to get to him #and he never saw her coming #and here she is #rescuing him#awwwwwwwwww
WHEN FELICITY IS UNCONSCIOUS OLIVER IS PROBABLY GOING TO GIVER HER MOUTH TO MOUTH CPR
I would have preferred “mouth to south”
but one thing at a time. :)
"MOUTH TO SOUTH" OMG. LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
AND YOU KNOW SHE WOULD LET HIM AND LOVE IT!
Stephen Amell | Comic-Con International 2014 Portraits
"I have a l w a y s been with you.”
Marc Guggenheim knows what will happen on Arrow Season 3. He gives us a preview here.
Awesome Guggenheim interview. He really gets down to the nitty gritty of what’s going to take place between Olicity in the premiere
- "I think they’re in love with each other"
- "When you’re in love with someone it’s very hard for the person you love to tell you something that’s going to make you fall out of love with them instantaneously. That emotional intimacy deepens their relationship, deepens their connection." - I take that to mean, even when Oliver pulls away after Felicity gets hurt and puts the breaks on the relationship, Felicity won’t stop loving Oliver…even when she tries to move on.
If half of the stories that I’ve heard about Ra’s Al Ghul are true, w e w i l l a l l p a y.
I started watching Arrow because it appealed to my super hero needs. I am a huge fan of live action super hero films, and television. I personally love the heroes who aren’t necessarily super powered but are really really great at what they do. Batman is one of my favorite superheroes…ever. I actually started liked Green Arrow probably about 10 years ago. I don’t claim to be an expert on the characters background because I’m not. However, I am a fan.
When Arrow premiered, I wasn’t sure about Stephen. Don’t get me wrong. I’m glad—so glad that I was wrong. I wasn’t really all in until the fourth episode. I found that the writing was a little stiff and there were other issues with it. It wasn’t until the character of Felicity Smoak appeared that I saw the potential in this show. The character brought lightness to the show that was sorely needed because as much as I enjoyed the show, it wasn’t appointment television for me…not really.
I never really bought into the shipping aspect of any show. It just wasn’t my thing. I couldn’t deny the chemistry between Stephen and Emily but I didn’t see the romantic aspect of it. That being said I have never belittled anyone for it. Season two had its moments but I didn’t really see that shipping part. However, that changed when episode 2.7 aired, “State vs. Queen”. This episode is the tipping point for me regarding the Olicity ‘ship’. The moment that Oliver told Felicity that there was no choice to make? I was in for the long haul.
Why do I bring this up? Well, over the last few days in San Diego, Stephen has basically said that Felicity is it for Oliver. There’s no other women for him. Also, that if they were to introduce any other women, it would belittle what happens in the premiere. I give him mad props for this. Does this mean that Oliver and Felicity will be together by seasons’ end? Nope. It means to me, at least, Oliver’s focus is on one woman, and that happens to be Felicity. This makes me very happy because we are in for the long haul, and it shows respect towards the relationship whatever it may be when its all said and done.
I’m sorry that some feel like this ship is taking over the show. I don’t think that it is. In fact, I’ve seen shows where relationships take over, and Arrow is far from it. Ultimately, the show is about Oliver’s journey, and Felicity happens to be a huge party of that. I just really want to enjoy the Olicity fandom and for the most part, I have. I just want us to remember that as easily as this information was released, there is no telling what exactly the writers have planned for this couple. So, be kind, be cool, and don’t be that guy. Don’t engage, and let it flow.
I’m sorry if that didn’t make any sense but I was just feeling wordy.
I love you for writing this. I mean, I loved you before, but you know, I love you even more now. Because of your honesty. A lot of people like to taunt about with, “I’ve been a die-hard fan of Arrow since minute one of the pilot!" and "I always knew Stephen Amell would pull this off!”, and most definitely, “I shipped Oliver and Felicity from the first second of interaction!" Well, I always like to believe that one of the three, or even two of the three, is not the case for most Arrow fans.
I had no doubt about Stephen Amell. I had seen him in other things and I thought he was great. Now, did I have my doubts about him portraying a character, at the same time, in both the past and present? Yeah, a little, but I think this was the starring role he needed to get places and it happened and I couldn’t have asked for a better lead actor. He’s interactive, funny, and really challenged and grateful for everything. LIKE EVERYTHING. The amount of time he puts in on Facebook with Q&As and contests. Basically he’s fucking amazing.
Oliver and Felicity bounded me completely by 1.22. My favorite Olicity scene of all time happens in 1.12, but there, it was more about Felicity paving her way into the truth about Oliver without even realizing it. “Darkness on the Edge of Town” was an episode that…thrilled me where they were concerned. It just took that pairing to where it needed to be before Season 1 ended.
Stephen’s sentiments at SDCC, marking that Oliver is very exclusive about Felicity, I think it’s great. Now, did he isolate an already isolated group of Lauriver shippers? YES. He did. I think it was brave, but if I were a shipper on that side, I’d be pissed, but given the time and the foresight to just move on, it could be a blessing in a sense. Harsh to just say, “Move it along now”, after shipping a couple, any couple, for two years, but that’s how the cookie has crumbled.
You’re very right. Stephen saying it, and the writers ENACTING IT, are two very different things. I do believe that Stephen wouldn’t say such things with the EPs on hand (or even off-hand) if it weren’t true. So I think what Jenai wants us all to do is take things in stride, with a grain of salt and not at face value. Expectations are easy to set on high with events like Comic Con, and the spoilers, and well, just the general buzz we’ve all felt since the S2 Finale. It’s like everything is overloaded with how much we love these two together.
BE EXCITED, but just know that things have a way of turning, and we can only wait to see just how Mr. Amell’s words and promises come to fruition.