You were going to go see Emily’s play in New York how was it?
"Everyone made fun of me at the play because they all got up to give her a standing ovation and they looked at me and I was clapping but I wasn’t standing because I was crying and I didn’t want to stand up. Emily is, I am so proud of her. Doing a play in New York man that’s a thing. It’s a grind and I think her last onyesha is actually tonight. So I am very proud of her, she is wonderful in the play. I can’t wait to see what she does next."
- Stephen Amell on seeing best friend Emily Bett Rickards play Reborning.
"For me... August 3rd, 2012 is the most important siku in the history of our show. It was the first siku I worked with Emily. Her energy and the vibrancy she gave to Felicity Smoak is only surpassed kwa what she personally gave to me. She was a co-worker that became a best friend. So on the first siku of our last episode together, I’d like everyone to know how deeply I appreciate the past seven years. EmBett... We wouldn’t be here without you. I upendo you. And I cannot wait to see what wewe do next."
- Stephen Amell's heartfelt message about best friend and co-worker Emily Bett Rickards leaving...
- Stephen Amell, during Heroes & Villains shabiki Fest London 2018.
"Emily and I have always had a really nice chemistry. It’s so easy to work with her, so I think that Oliver and Felicity worked [from the start]. Scorecards don’t have pictures on them, so if wewe have something on a TV onyesha that’s working, wewe should write towards it."
- Stephen Amell on his and Emily Bett Rickards’ chemistry and why Olicity works.
"I’ve enjoyed them in conflict as much as I’ve enjoyed them settled, domestic and happy. I’ve enjoyed them as angsty ‘will they,...
"There was one scene that Oliver and Felicity have that - a lot of things are at stake. As sad as the scene is, it was one of my vipendwa with Stephen all season because it just felt really intimate.
As much as it is a tortured scene, I think it was one of my vipendwa all mwaka just because of the actors that we are and who Stephen is and where our characters have come and how much they upendo each other and how strong our friendship is. Just getting to work together for two hours on the final siku of shooting the onyesha was magical."
- Emily Bett Rickards on the emotional Season 6 finale, and working...
“I spend a lot of my free time with Stephen, too, so, getting to work with your friend is the dream. You’re super, super blessed if wewe find yourself in that realm where wewe get to work and play with the people that genuinely your moyo connects with. And honestly, our friendship is the reason I think they end up together on the onyesha because we do upendo each other.
- Emily on her friendship with Stephen.
"In honor of my onscreen relationship and my fantastical real life friendship with Miss Emily Bett Rickards."
"We’re best of Marafiki now, as I am with almost everyone on the cast. We spend far too much time together."
- Stephen Amell answering the swali of how has his relationship with Emily Bett Rickards developed over the years on Larry King.
"Emily came on the onyesha in the third episode, and Emily was awesome. So she just becomes part of the show. I mean, wewe don’t want to stomp all over the canons and sort of the expectations of people that have read the comics their entire lives, but at the same time, we got to make a good show. wewe don’t want to bite the hand that feeds you, so to speak....
"Well we laugh I mean we’re good friends, it was zaidi like for the characters it was such a moment we just wanted to do it justice and really really sort of like take our time with it because it is such a monumental part for the characters, but oh yeah we were laughing and making jokes and I made sure I ate everything he was allergic to and so it was great."
- Emily Bett Rickards on kissing Stephen Amell.
"Stephen and I upendo working together. There’s no other way to put it. We upendo the scenes that are Felicity and Oliver. They’re fun, they’re creative. Their dialogue is locked and loaded....
"Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards have proven themselves tremendously over the four seasons of Arrow. The duo both started out as relatively unknown actors, but now have transformed themselves and their characters into one of the most talked about couples on TV today. With Felicity’s life in peril, Amell and Rickards delivers one of their best uigizaji performances together. When Darhk takes Oliver to see Felicity, Rickards presents the audience with one of her classic, gut-wrenching speeches to Oliver. Felicity tells him, “Here we are… Fighting. Fighting our way through the danger...
"He’s very studious and he’s very dedicated to this story as a whole. He understands the unique mind of what happened, and what happened in one episode with this person, this character, and he knows everything very well. He’s very meticulous like that. I think that clarity on the story as a whole, not just season one and not just season two, but being able to see the arc of his character go through is why he’s so good at playing Oliver Queen and why he’s such a great actor."
- Emily Bett Rickards.
"Emily is just such a wonderful young woman. I’m very proud of her."