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Related is as sappy as it is derivative.
It's no coincidence that the two best episodes of the series so far - last week's and tonight's - have featured the three best characters: Oliver, Diggle and yes, Felicity.
In the end, the Dodger plotline takes up a lot of space without really coming to much, which is a recurrent problem on this show.
This week's episode, "Dodger," was the one where Smoak not only blew past my curmudgeonly reservations, but made a case for her being the most vital missing piece in Arrow's puzzle.
As ever with this series, you have to watch with your tongue planted firmly in your cheek, but with action worthy of a big-screen blockbuster and a refreshing dollop of humour, 'Dodger' is a top-notch Arrow outing.
If you've sat through enough episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Bones...you're well-acquainted with the premise of "Dodger."
If you like Speedy, "Dodger" is your episode.
"Dodger" returns to the usual 'Arrow' format of a more timely story undercut with smaller island flashbacks, but thankfully doesn't dip all too much in quality.
"Dodger" was a strictly average episode that had the misfortune of following such a strong one.
Dodger was really the least interesting part of the episode.
An entertaining episode that balances action demands with some surprisingly affecting character stuff.
After last week's high-flying 'The Odyssey,' Arrow takes a moment to catch its breath with a fairly straightforward villain-of-the-week episode.