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Crisis on Infinite Earths's fourth installment reshuffles the universe in rousing fashion thanks to Arrow himself and a delightful cameo from Ezra Miller, even if repeating the same sacrifice twice dilutes the impact of this farewell to Oliver Queen.
Arrow's final season has done a good job of paying tribute to Oliver's relationships with the show's cast, but this episode honors his connection to the other shows and how this one show's existence has created so much.
Unfortunately, Arrow's contribution to the crossover not only fails to live up to the dramatic stakes of that cliffhanger, it sours the goodwill generated by the first three episodes.
I wanted to be heartbroken, devastated, and on the verge of tears... But I didn't feel it, because I'd already watched Oliver say goodbye.
While not as steeped in Easter eggs, for the most part, this is a solid effort.
Not only was this a neat way of revisiting some of Arrow's best moments - especially since the show is about to bow out -- it was a highlight reel of sorts for Oliver Queen.
For those of us who were touting Arrow as the best superhero property on any screen, big or small, back in Season 1, this is truly the television equivalent to Endgame-level storytelling.
Though a mostly weak addition to the crossover, Part Four acts as a strong reminder where the universe we all have fun playing in came from.
What a stellar crossover.
We got action, heartbreak, and nostalgia. It was what was promised and it was what they delivered.
Oliver Queen is given the heroic sendoff he deserves, fans are treated to one fantastic cameo after another, and the stage is set for an even bigger and more unified TV universe.
The final night of The CW's Crisis on Infinite Earths did not disappoint -- and actually led to some lasting, real changes to the Arrowverse that will reverberate through every show going forward.
The hour continues its messy, and frenetic plot and pace without much of a coherent explanation for anything, hoping that saving themselves and the multiverse is enough of a foundation to keep things moving.