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What are your thoughts about Arrow 2x06 'Keep Your Enemies Closer'?
The sixth episode of the second season of Arrow 'Keep Your Enemies Closer' was also the third inwhich Summer Glau appears as Isabel Rochev. Summer Glau's hair and black outfit looked awesome, and the sexual tension between Isabel and Oliver was smoldering, no wonder Oliver succombed to the temptation. That said I have the feeling that Isabel won't be very popular among Olicity shippers.
To be honest, I thought that this preview picture was misleading...but no
Awesome episode and Summer Glau looked more beautiful than ever and it was great to see Isabel Rochev let loose a bit. The CW finally has their love triangle Isabel/Oliver/Felicity. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Youtube
Overall, I thought the episode was very enjoyable, especially the parts when Isabel and Oliver begin to warm up to each other; this resulted in a fling between them (we all saw it coming). But I can't shake the feeling that Isabel has other motivations for getting close to Oliver...
yeah that surprised me as well.. I sound like a dork when I try and talk Russian.. the few sentences I can say lol.. =) "I saw the victims of a senseless crime, I was reminded that we don’t know when or where our time on Earth will end. When or where we will breathe our last breath." -- Jessica "Redfield" Ghawi
And I think that this is not the limit. TSCC experts may remember the scene from s1ep07 when Cam said "I can see to it that you will never dance again" (or something like that). This is a more complicated phrase.
Message edited by Frank - Friday, 15 Nov 2013, 00:30
now that you mentioned it.. I remember.. and you're right =) "I saw the victims of a senseless crime, I was reminded that we don’t know when or where our time on Earth will end. When or where we will breathe our last breath." -- Jessica "Redfield" Ghawi