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  • Episode 4 Overall

    70%
  • Pacing: Episode 4

    85%
  • Story: Episode 4

    60%

Hello and Welcome Reviewers! Today, I’m reviewing episode 4 from season 4 of Arrow. Short Synopsis: Episode #4 – “Beyond Redemption” Laurel must deal with the repercussions of taking Sara to Nanda Parbat. Meanwhile, Oliver asks Captain Lance for a favor and while he’s not surprised at the response, he is surprised at what he finds out next.** This episode 4 review from season 4 of Arrow contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned. ** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! ** Overall Thoughts This episode was an improvement over last week’s episode. You see different plots moving towards the Legend of Tomorrow show. Damien Darhk mentions the key thing about the Lazarus Pit and why it shouldn’t be used to folks that passed away quite some time ago. Once Oliver finds out about Laurel’s actions he will bring in John Constantine to help out with the situation. Besides that there’s a new lair which seems ok but at the same time is unnecessary. The villain of the week was interesting. It didn’t feature any one person…

72%

72%

Hello and Welcome Reviewers!

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

Short Synopsis:

Episode #4 – “Beyond Redemption”

Laurel must deal with the repercussions of taking Sara to Nanda Parbat. Meanwhile, Oliver asks Captain Lance for a favor and while he’s not surprised at the response, he is surprised at what he finds out next.**

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


** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **

Overall Thoughts

This episode was an improvement over last week’s episode. You see different plots moving towards the Legend of Tomorrow show. Damien Darhk mentions the key thing about the Lazarus Pit and why it shouldn’t be used to folks that passed away quite some time ago. Once Oliver finds out about Laurel’s actions he will bring in John Constantine to help out with the situation. Besides that there’s a new lair which seems ok but at the same time is unnecessary.

The villain of the week was interesting. It didn’t feature any one person at all instead it came in the form of redeeming yourself. You have Oliver trying to prove to Captain Lance that he’s a good guy and you have Captain Lance trying to hold on to this good guy ways.

Every works out well for this episode except that fact that you will forget about most of it by time the credits roll. Not much is memorable during the entire run time. Again, the show runners need to find a way to revitalizing this sinking ship. Week after week Arrow is being outshined by the Flash. Maybe the thing that could help is the cross over between the shows.

Final Grade -> 72%


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