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Submitted by alycakes 670d ago | review

Arrow: "Trust But Verify": IGN Review

IGN:
Ollie and Diggle square off with the Blackhawks. → January 24, 2013 Warning: full episode spoilers follow.

Arrow picked up the slack in a big way with this week's installment, which easily ranked as one of the best in the series' short lifespan so far. "Trust But Verify" was a consistently executed episode that forced nearly all the main characters to deal with the disparity between how they wish to perceive those close to them and how those loved ones actually are. Only the presence of another underdeveloped villain kept this episode from fully realizing its potential. (Arrow, TV) 8.7/10

alycakes  +   670d ago
Getting better every week. I like the flashbacks he has and we're getting to understand more of what happened to him on the island so some day we'll know why he's like he is.
calis  +   670d ago
One thing that bugs me about the character who plays Arrow is the way he walks. So very stiff and his arms spread out, it's awkward.

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