Amanda and Mike are back with an all-new episode of Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast to recap the CW Arrow Season 2 episode, “Keep Your Enemies Closer!” Can Team Arrow rescue Lyla from a Russian Gulag? How close is Isabel Rochev coming to discovering Oliver’s secret? WIll Deadshot help or hinder the team on their mission? OLICITY!?! All these questions will be answered on this week’s Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast!
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I love love this podcast. Its awesome to hear some other people loving this show lol!!! That’s all. I promise ill have questions for next week lol
Okay… Apparently Quiver: The Green Arrow Podcast is the best Arrow related podcast. I love that people consume the show, so it’d be great be interviewed by these guys. Whoever runs it… Pop your name in the comments section and I’ll message you. – Stephen Amell on Facebook.
Great podcast. So glad someone else saw the Felicity/Oliver interaction on this episode for what it is… fan service.
All the sudden, Felicity is jealous when she’s pushed him to date other women before now? Oliver who has never shown more than the friendship interest in Felicity, the same interest he has shown for Diggle as far as I’m concerned, all the sudden says he can’t be involved with someone he could care about “that way? “Everyone” at QC thinks Felicity got her job because she was sleeping with Oliver when she was employed there at least since before he got back?
I am so disappointed the show has gone this route because it all just rings so falsely.
Looking foward to the podcast after tonight’s episode. Keep up the good work!
In the comics, Isabel Rochev was a young lover of Robert Queen, who eventually takes over the Queen company and becomes a character known as The Queen. They may be making her backstory something like that.
I definitely agree that the whole silly Isabel/Oliver/Felicity love triangle was fan service-and the online “oliciters” totally lapped it up! Oliver sleeping with Isabel was also really OOC and out of the blue. I mean, there had been zero build-up and Oliver usually only sleeps with women with whom he has some kind of emotional connection. I’m also a bit disappointed that the show went this route, especially if it was only a random bone to the shippers, without any consequences for the further action.