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I feel like after the first episode, it’ll take a little bit of time to get back to the humor and the fun because, as we know, we find ourselves in season three in a very good spot, which means that a cataclysmic catastrophe is right around the corner, and that sours Oliver a little bit. Scorsese style.
Stephen Amell interviewing with Give Me My Remote, answering the question about more humor & fun for Oliver and how long it’ll last. (via smoakandarrow)
There’s one lady in Oliver’s life. Just one. No. No, there’s one woman in Oliver’s life this year. No, it’s Felicity. No. The ship has sailed on those romances. I don’t think we’ll ever see Oliver as Sara or Oliver and Laurel together again. Um. I mean, they’ll be together, but just not “together” together. Um. They’ll be teammates, but, uh, no. We discover in the pilot the way that Oliver feels about Felicity, so because of that, if we just introduce random love interests? It would kind of undersell what we do in the premiere.
Stephen Amell, answering TV for the Rest of Us’s Question on if there are going to be other ladies coming into Oliver’s life “this year” (referring to season 3), if that’s his sister, and what about those Lance sisters still hanging out there? (via smoakandarrow)
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