DC's Review

  • Episode 3 Overall

    65%
  • Pacing: Episode 3

    60%
  • Story: Episode 3

    50%

Hello and Welcome Reviewers! Today, I’m reviewing episode 3 from season 4 of Arrow. Short Synopsis: Episode #3 – “Restoration” The growing tension between Oliver and Diggle puts both their lives at risk when they go after Damien Darhk and a H.I.V.E. deployed meta-human. Meanwhile, Laurel talks Thea into returning to Nanda Parbat to ask her father to put Sara into the Lazarus Pit. However, Laurel is surprised when Nyssa refuses to do it.** This episode 3 review from season 4 of Arrow contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned. ** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! ** Overall Thoughts This episode was horribly weak. There are too many things going on with the Arrow series and it’s starting to really diminish its reputation. They need to take a step back and hash out the proper storylines to cover. You can’t have 12 million events going on in one episode and hope it works out well. There are a lot of crazy scenes with this episode. You have Double Down following Felicity and Curtis to the…

58%

58%

Hello and Welcome Reviewers!

Today, I’m reviewing episode 3 from season 4 of Arrow.

Short Synopsis:

Episode #3 – “Restoration”

The growing tension between Oliver and Diggle puts both their lives at risk when they go after Damien Darhk and a H.I.V.E. deployed meta-human. Meanwhile, Laurel talks Thea into returning to Nanda Parbat to ask her father to put Sara into the Lazarus Pit. However, Laurel is surprised when Nyssa refuses to do it.**

This episode 3 review from season 4 of Arrow contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.


** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **

Overall Thoughts

This episode was horribly weak. There are too many things going on with the Arrow series and it’s starting to really diminish its reputation. They need to take a step back and hash out the proper storylines to cover. You can’t have 12 million events going on in one episode and hope it works out well.

There are a lot of crazy scenes with this episode. You have Double Down following Felicity and Curtis to the new Arrow cave which is quite confusing. It makes you think that he’s super-fast or that elevator is very slow. Meryl Al Ghul really flip-flopped this week. He went from telling the team of Speedy and Laurel that they can’t bring back Sara to just saying yes in order to move closer to his daughter, Speedy. This was a very weak moment for the character because he was sooo adamant the night before about the dangers of the Pit.

Double Down was a good villain. It’s just unfortunate that he didn’t get enough moments to shine. He really did a lot in this episode and brought a lot of danger to the entire team. The power he showcased would be a great asset for any villainous team.

Finally the relationship between Diggle and Ollie is finally back in good graces. This was the best thing they could have done for the season so far. It was getting boring seeing Diggle turn into a very emotionally hurt character. There are only so many things you could do with an angry Diggle. Hopefully angry Diggle is over.

 

Final Grade -> 58%


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