My favorite part in this episode was the tender moment scene with Oliver and his mother at the diner. I liked how she's involved with this crime organization she can't get out of and trying to maintain a relationship with Oliver.
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Man, the first 15 minutes or so of this episode was not shy about the name drops (Keystone City, Coast City, Stagg Industries, etc). Diggle's proving his worth to Ollie, and I'm glad we got an episode where he fights regular crime (and actually acknowledges it, it's funny, he's almost the reverse of his introduction in JLU where all he'd do is fight small crime and not see the bigger picture). Light on the flashbacks this time, but honestly, we could've done without them entirely.
The Royal Flush Gang were better than most of the other villains, but I wouldn't have minded to see a bit more of their family dynamics.
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Anyone else think that cop at the beginning was extremely stupid? Even if he had surpised one of them it still leaves 2 others armed with automatic weapons in an enclosed space full of civilians.
Yeah I give up. They would need like a bajillion UNs to take it out. And they would all have to work.
I think of the five sidekicks, mia and roy are likely to come on the show given that they are easier to tweak to ollie's young age. Artemis and cissie are legacy characters so its easier just to play up there parents instead. Connor hawke is ollie's son and works better with ollie as a old guy trying to reconnect to his kid. You can make him ollie's half-brother but that could make things too soap operish or its easier for ollie or roy to take his place in the ashram.
Last edited by Zak213; 11-19-2012 at 07:54 PM.
I see Roy being mentioned. Has he been confirmed as showing up?
nope but he could be down the road.