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An intense episode -- partly because every member of the supporting cast has something to do -- "This is Your Sword" serves as an exciting lead-in to the season finale.
"This is Your Sword," another strong installment of Arrow, focuses primarily on the scars Team Arrow incurred during their confrontation with Al Sah-Him last week.
This is Your Sword" was another mixed bag of an episode. It had a lot of great moments, but as I've been saying in the recaps recently, the overall stakes don't make any sense. The audience is steps ahead of the characters...
Everything is built up and it seems like we'll finally get the action finale we've been hoping for, especially because it looks like, go figure, none of the regulars actually died.
There was still drama in other forms, including Diggle's rage at his former friend and the heartfelt, tragic reunion between Maseo and Tatsu. But the show lost some momentum this week.
I laughed so hard I think a part of me died. I'll have to carry that dead weight around with me for the rest of my life and it's worth it.
"Cloudy with a chance of death" is the best way to describe Arrow's penultimate episode of the season. But by the end of the hour, the fate of one character is crystal clear.
The final showdown between Maseo and Tatsu was beautiful.
The fight scene was fun, except Felicity has no place anywhere near combat like that. It's getting out of hand that she keeps surviving those events unscathed.
I maintain that it might just be the most ambitious episode Arrow has ever attempted.
I was officially tricked, and I'm so happy about it!
It's a beautiful, kinetic fight carried out with precision and heart against a wonderful mountaintop vista. The bittersweet end sees Tatsu victorious, releasing Maseo from his prison through death.
I'm pretty certain "Arrow" didn't just kill off 80 percent of its cast, but I'm anxious to see how this cliffhanger ending will play out.