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Subversive and significant, "Seeing Red" begins to wrap up season two by stirring the anticipatory pot with a shocking final scene.
Whew, I did not see that coming!
As for the rest of the episode, none of it seems all that significant compared to that final scene.
Arrow has never been this punch-to-the-senses traumatising before. Makes you wonder what's in store for us in the season finale...
It's just those flashbacks that keep tugging at me, leaving me slightly frustrated with the whole episode.
Now only a few episodes from its conclusion, "Seeing Red" has teed its audience up for what's looking to be an explosive, emotional finale.
Luckily, that search [for Roy Harper] was just one small part of a surprisingly eventful and emotionally-charged installment.
However clunky and inconsequential "Seeing Red" might have seemed in some spots, good grief did the 'Arrow' team knock this one out of the park by the end.
This is a show that, from day one, has always been in a wonderful and unpredictable state of flux and with 'Seeing Red' it completely, brilliantly subverts our expectations once again.
For all the carnage promised in all the promotional lead-up to "Seeing Red" this was a fairly low-key episode.
Despite Roy's behavior forming the bulk of this episode's conflict, it was a real blindside of an ending that took viewers by surprise.