Was anyone else hoping that Earth-1 Laurel would be back somehow? Even the person of the week that needed saving -- Bianca Bertinelli -- has ties to a character from Arrow. It is more likely that he will choose the bad side, if only for a little while, because why else give him his memories? Is there something she is hiding from in 2020? Zoe is alive? Laurel: And here I thought making you remember your old life would open your eyes to how pointless and stupid your new one is.Mia: My stupid and pointless life is the one that my father sacrificed himself to give me, don't you dare trivialize that. JJ and Mia are engaged?
For me, it gave me a purpose. Dinah has been misplaced in 2040? But, that is a matter for the first season of Green Arrow & The Canaries. Laurel: Your father, he wanted you to be happy, and he, he gave you all this. The mysterious "her" Trevor was talking about and JJ's intruder have to be connected, but hopefully it is a new character and not one that we already know. Follow her on Twitter. I mean, come on guys, it's 2040. © 2020 TV Fanatic
Did anyone else squeal when they saw that picture of William and Mia as kids? Maybe he knew that Mia would be blamed for Bianca Bertinelli's death in the future and wanted her to be the hero he knew she could be. Laurel: Cheers to the Green Arrow.Mia: To the Canaries.Dinah: To the future, whatever it holds. Mia: Who is that?William: Just the star of the Globe, the Gazette, byline, Channel 52, they all want to know if I'm the new Green Arrow.Mia: Of course they do.William: Isn't it a little misogynistic that they're not calling you as well?
Arrow airs on Tuesdays at 9/8c on The CW. It is hard to make a spinoff of Arrow featuring a few of its main characters without making it feel like Arrow 2.0. I have no doubt they can work towards and accomplish that. There was a lot on the line for this episode as it is intended to be the backdoor pilot for the new spinoff show, Green Arrow & The Canaries. Season 8 S8, Ep1 15 Oct. 2019 Starling City 9.2 (2,392) 0 Rate 1 Rate 2 Rate 3 Rate 4 Rate 5 Rate 6 Rate 7 Rate 8 Rate 9 Rate 10 Rate 0 Error: please try again. But, even the other shows of the Arrowverse that were direct spinoffs of Arrow feel like their own shows, separate from Oliver Queen's show. When you look at it merely as an episode of Arrow, it was pretty fantastic. I have a feeling that there is a love triangle on the horizon that will definitely be the epitome of awkwardness. Maybe he will prove everyone wrong, though, and choose to fight alongside Mia, Laurel, and Dinah. Anything is possible, even when they are both technically (probably) dead. And, fortunately or unfortunately, it did. Did this feel like a regular episode of Arrow?
It is also curious as to why she will be sticking around in 2040. Who do you think gave JJ his memories back? But, it is also important for the spinoff to feel like its own show. But who knows if JJ and Mia even have the potential for a future together since JJ now has the memories of his old life back -- thanks to a mysterious stranger. Is there a reason why Dinah was misplaced in 2040 after the Crisis? On the other hand, if it is supposed to feel like its own show, it fell short. Knowing that Oliver's wish for his kids to grow up together came true is a greatly needed comfort as his death is still fresh in our hearts. Shockingly, JJ and Mia were awfully cute together, even after she remembered he was Deathstroke in a previous life.
Mia and William grew up together? And we sure would appreciate a follow of our new Twitter account as we work to rebuild our audience!
Hopefully Felicity and Oliver are living out their lives together in some other universe where they can finally be at peace. It turns out that Earth-2's Laurel Lance is the one that survived the Crisis. Let me know in the comments and do not forget that you can watch Arrow online right here on TV Fanatic!
But, looking at this singular episode, it set up a lot of decent backstory for more episodes to come, and it is a comfort that the Green Arrow will live on through his daughter as his series comes to an end. If you really think about it, Arrow has been setting up this spin-off since Arrow Season 7 Episode 1 with the introduction of the future timeline. But, that is only a guess, and anything is possible when it comes to Arrow.