So first off I want to say I CALLED IT. I KNEW SLADE LIVED. Anyways I want to do a tip of the hat to the writers on this one for making a Christmas episode but one that doesn’t rely so heavy on the actual holiday. The three ghosts is clearly a reference to the Christmas carol story. This means that the three people he saw were representing his past present and future. Shado being his past, slade being his present, and tommy being his future. Shado’s and slades appearances were pretty self explanatory but tommy was one you had to dig deeper. Tommy represented hope and forgiveness that Oliver had needed but he also represented Oliver’s constant struggle to do what’s right but not kill anyone. I think that now that he’s got that guilt out of the way hopefully he’ll continue to be as bad ass as he was in this episode. I know I’m skipping around so forgive me, but when Oliver and felicity were arguing about Barry the tension just killed me. Then she basically admitted that she had feelings for Oliver (which was obvious). Poor awkward cute Barry hopefully you’ll find someone on your own I show because OLICITY is endgame in my opinion (and dreams). I don’t like Oliver and laurel together she can go off with that crazy blood man for all I care. Also he needs to stop calling everyone his “brother” in and out of the skull mask because that’s just going to be his downfall. Hopefully they’ll show us more of a backstory of how slade found Oliver and Blood. Finally, the ending. Barry leaving that mask was very significant because it shows Oliver transforming more into the green arrow like the comics. Oliver has definitely been having some inner conflicts with trying to figure out who he is and what type of vigilante he is and this mask is a nod to the comics and how the character is portrayed there. Oh and thank you god for finally doing something with the damn particle accelerator that continued to nonchalantly get mentioned. Although I am a tad upset that they didn’t stick to Barry Allen’s origin story I get why they chose not to and I’m excited for the upcoming show. Well I think that about covers it so if you actually read this, thank you and let me know your opinion on things!!
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Ladies, gents and non-binaries: Stephen Fry, man who possesses the most common sense of any human on earth.