Arrow: All of the "Olicity" Moments That Will Make You Swoon

It may have taken six years, two engagements and a lot of tears, but Arrow's Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) have finally done the one thing we literally never thought we'd see: They got married!

Sure, they had to do it sans dress and flowers and all the frills that usual weddings come with, but they got to exchange their heartfelt vows in front of the verified president of the Olicity fan club, Diggle (David Ramsey), and their besties Barry (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton). What more could a shipper want?

In celebration of this momentous occasion, TV Guide has pulled together some of the greatest Olicity moments from the past six years, sure to make you swoon. Looking back through the seasons, even when they were broken up or pining with not-so-unrequited love, it was obvious that the relationship between these two was built to last.

Congrats, Mr. and Mrs. Queen! Now don't you dare break up again or the Internet is going to go nuts.

Arrow airs Thursdays at 9/8c on The CW.

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Comments (2)
Dec 08, 2017
"Congrats, Mr. and Mrs. Queen! Now don't you dare break up again or the Internet is going to go nuts."

And that would be... which part of the Internet exactly? :D

The majority of viewers still depises Olicity and what this horrible show did to Felicity in season 3, just take a look under any Olicity related Youtube-video.
The writing gets worse every episode, just look at the recent episode.
"Well, Dinah didn't tell us about vigilante, so she must clearly be the one who sold us out to the cops." That logic. For a moment, I could hear Batman laugh in Gotham. And Batman doesn't laugh often.
And they don't even think about checking the Bunker for bugs? Some experienced superhero you are, Oliver Wayne!

I've given up on the hope that someday they will let Stephen Amell play "Oliver Queen". They tried for so long to make him Bruce Wayne. This episode showed that he hasn't learned anything in the past years and the focus on Failicity is just one of the first nails in the coffin of a TV show that tries to piss it's fans off.