“What isn’t up for debate is the emphasis on female bonding in this week’s Arrow, there was a lot of it. From laurel designating Nyssa her new BFF, to the enjoyable interplay between Thea and Felicity that we didn’t know we were missing. Have Thea and Felicity ever had a conversation just the two of them before tonight? That seems a little weird that the two most important ladies in Oliver’s life have never really talked to each other, but this week’s episode made up for the oversight as Thea and Felicity bond over losing Oliver. It had all the right bittersweet notes and a couple of good moments with Felicity’s unusual sense of humor.”
“Over at the Michaels-Diggle household, there was a family chajio, chakula cha jioni scene that, let’s face it, we’ve been waiting to see as Felicity and Thea actually talk to each other and we a few adorable moments between Thea, Felicity, Lyla, and baby Sara, before Diggle returns and duka talk makes its way to the table. (…) Seeing every member of Team Arrow so broken down, from Diggle looking at the person his best friend and brother was just a short while before at his...