Arrow

Season 2 Episode 20

Seeing Red

81
Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Apr 23, 2014 on The CW
9.3
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When Roy kills a man under the effects of Mirakuru, Oliver and Sara disagree on how to stop hm. Meanwhile, Thea tries to lure Roy to Verdant in the hopes that his feelings for her will let him combat the serum.

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  • Major Shocks and revellations!

    10
    Wow, amazing episode. We finds out that Oliver's mom knows he's the arrow, she's known this for a year, then we find out that Oliver has a child he doesn't know about then a super shock character death, did NOT see that coming. No laurel this week, which was brilliant.
  • Interesting Characters

    6.0
    It's a funny way that the writers have chosen to do character development. Arrow/Oliver is the hero. But he was really not a great guy. Slept with anyone in a skirt, without condoms, glad he didn't get to have a child he irresponsibly fathered, hurting folks along the way and then back as a hero with an officious bearing. Are they trying to have us not like him?



    Moira had to go - it was too far fetched that a woman who was complicit in the killing of 503 citizens was running for Mayor, and winning.



    Laurel had a right to be upset - but should have gotten over it and been stronger instead of this self-destructive arc that she went on. Her domineering behaviour to her Boss is a bit unbelievable.



    Thea... I don't know what to say.



    Never liked Sara with Oliver.



    Slade's behaviour is over the top - but a hero must have his psychopath.



    So, Diggle and Felicity are my favourite characters, and they are written as minor ones. Hmmm.moreless
  • Well of course things can and should get bad

    9.5
    I'm not saying that I like when sad effed up things happen like the end of this episodes happen, but there has to be times when the good guys seem down and out. A couple of people here have complained that Oliver and co have been getting their asses kicked and fighting a losing battle, it has to be that way. If Oliver was always the badass and never at least lost a fight than it would defeat the purpose of the show. Shows like these are meant to be this way, the hero can always kick the villain of the week's ass, but the seasons long villain HAS to be an actual threat, always stronger and smarter than the heroes to the point where we wonder how can they possibly win up until the end of the story arc/season where in the final battle our heroes finally come up with a plan and are victorious. If Oliver managed to kick Slade's ass every week than he would be no more than a long term villain of the weekmoreless
  • Getting a bit silly..

    5.0
    Arrow is supposed to be a super hero, yet lately he's getting the crap kicked out of him. The Roy/Thea story is just plain boring and why kill off the mother? It would have been better killing off Laurel, Thea and Roy then that would drive Arrow to revenge, and return him to the killer of bad guys he should be, allowing him to continue his romance with black canary, another killer hero. Instead we have our hero a broken man, his mother killed, his fortune gone and his girlfriend leaving him wtf! How can they get rid of black canary when there is so much more of the island flashback story to be revealed, and is lately far more interesting than the present timeline. I hope the writers get back on track with Arrow and return him to the killing machine he was in season one.moreless
  • Review.

    10
    Outstanding episode, but very sad ending.
Nicholas Lea

Nicholas Lea

Mark Francis

Guest Star

Anna Hopkins

Anna Hopkins

Sandra

Guest Star

Roark Critchlow

Roark Critchlow

Clinton Hogue

Guest Star

Kevin Alejandro

Kevin Alejandro

Sebastian Blood

Recurring Role

Caity Lotz

Caity Lotz

Black Canary

Recurring Role

Bex Taylor-Klaus

Bex Taylor-Klaus

Sin

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