‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twenty-first episode of the year with “City of Blood,” as a mournful Oliver finds the strength to confront Slade, while the newly-elected Mayor Sebastian Blood (Kevin Alejandro) enacts his plan to lead an army into Starling.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “Seeing Red” saw Roy losing control of his strength in a mirakuru rage and going on a rampage, for which Oliver and the team were forced to make an impossible choice, and another tragedy struck, so what does the twenty-first episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Is all hope for Oliver lost as we head into the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 21, “City of Blood!”
Only three episodes remain in the second season of the CW's 'Arrow,' and while last week's "Seeing Red" threw us more than a few curveballs, it seems May 14 finale "Unthinkable" already has a surprise twist in motion. Not only will 'Spartacus' star Katrina Law return as Sara's ex-lover/League of Assasins leader Nyssa al Ghul, but it may surprise you what side she's on!
This past week's 'Arrow' installment "Seeing Red" delivered a devastating gut punch that even we couldn't have seen coming, but the show must literally go on, and Oliver Queen has three more episodes until season 2 calls it quits. Looks like "City of Blood" will only see things getting worse, as the full set of photos show Oliver and Laurel taking on an army of Slade's masked (and superpowered) soldiers!
Last night's 'Arrow' installment "Seeing Red" took what might be the most shocking twist of the CW DC series to date, killing off a major character to cap off an episode that had largely diverged from the central story. Now, with only three episodes remaining in the second season, producers have taken to explain said character's unexpected end, and preview more surprising twists to come before the 'Arrow' finale.
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its twentieth episode of the year with “Seeing Red,” as Roy loses control of his strength in a mirakuru rage and goes on a rampage, for which Oliver and the team are forced to make an impossible choice, just before another tragedy strikes.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “The Man Under the Hood” saw Oliver fighting to prevent Slade from achieving his goal of a Mirakuru-enhanced army, enlisting the help of a few 'Flash' characters, while Laurel wrestled with her newfound knowledge of the Arrow's identity, so what does the twentieth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Is all hope for Roy lost as we head into the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 20, “Seeing Red!”
Roy Harper sat out last week's 'Arrow' installment "The Man Under the Hood," but the man in the red hood will take center stage with this week's "Seeing Red," as Roy's super-powered upgrade finally gets the better of him, forcing Oliver and the rest of Team 'Arrow' to make a deadly decision. Wanna see just how bad things get, as Oliver and Sara try to get one over on the 'roided-out red hood?
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This past week's 'Arrow' installment "The Man Under the Hood" took its post-"Deathstroke" time to pivot a few characters toward their season 2 endgame, but at least one major obstacle remains before Oliver and the other can take down Slade: none other than Roy himself! The red-hooded hero loses control of his rage in next week's "Seeing Red," and the full set of photos don't spell out a promising fate for the young street tough.
'Arrow' season 2 has has fan favorite genre star Summer Glau on an unusual track as DC villainess Isabel Rochev, keeping the character out of play for long stretches of the season, before finally making some major moves against Oliver in the recent episodes. Last night's "The Man Under the Hood" introduced a few more startling shifts for Glau's character, but what new DC alias will Isabel Rochev take in the coming weeks, and how differently had producers planned the 'Firefly' star's role for the season originally?
‘Arrow’ season 2 lets loose its nineteenth episode of the year with “The Man Under the Hood,” as Oliver fights to prevent Slade from achieving his goal of a Mirakuru-enhanced army, even enlisting the help of a few 'Flash' characters, while Laurel wrestles with her newfound knowledge of the Arrow's identity.
Last week's ‘Arrow’ installment “Deathstroke” saw Thea's kidnapping force Oliver to take the offensive against Slade, as he discovered Isabel Rochev (Summer Glau)'s intentions for the Queen company along the way, so what does the nineteenth episode of ‘Arrow’ season 2 bring? Does Slade's master plan bring more death and destruction for the final episodes of the season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Arrow’ season 2, episode 19, “The Man Under the Hood!”
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