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  • The Flash
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    The Flash Episode 6 The Flash is Born

    The key to fighting is patience. You have to know when to punch and when to fall back. It does not matter what type of fighting you have to do. You will only succeed if you take the time to do it right. Remember, there is no shame in running from a fight either. You just have to know how far to run as Barry Allen learns in the Flash Episode 6, The Flash is Born.

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  • Gotham
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    Gotham Episode 9 Harvey Dent

    Time to flip a coin and let chance decide your fate. Counselor Harvey Dent is in town and is here to clean up Gotham. His first task is to bring the Wayne murderer to justice along side MCU and Jim Gordon. It will take time for them to catch their man, but they can get the ball rolling in the Ninth Episode of Gotham, Harvey Dent.

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  • Arrow
    Television

    Arrow Season 3 Episode 6 Guilty

    Our dreams tell a lot about us. These subconscious creations of our minds reveal our strengths and weaknesses, our desires, our fears, and our histories. Most of the time, we can safely ignore them. Other times, they reveal truths we have tried forgot. What have your dreams found Guilty of? Do they show you killing someone like Roy’s dreams do in Arrow Season 3 Episode 6?

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  • Gotham
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    Gotham Episode 8 The Mask

    What are you willing to do for your job? Are you ready to do anything for your career? Are you ready to kill it out there? There are many others that would love to kill you for your job. Are you ready to behead them for it? Because that’s what you must do to rise the corporate ladder in Gotham according to the Eighth Episode, The Mask.

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  • Gotham
    Television

    Gotham Episode 7 Penguin’s Umbrella

    It’s a part of his plan. Everything that has transpired was done according to his design. All fall under his umbrella. He alone says who lives and who dies. What you had for breakfast this morning was even planned by him. For he is the puppet master of Gotham. He is the Penguin.

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  • blogging
    Blogging

    Back to Blogging after Two Weeks

    I finally have stable internet after two weeks. It was great being alone time, don’t give me wrong, but I love having internet. I admit I might have an tech addiction, but that’s good this day and age. I do this blogs for a living, and I need Internet access to do them.

    Now, that I am back, I got a back order to fill. While I was able to seek refuge with my uncle for the first week of my absence, I could not get much done these past two weeks. That means I have to work my butt off to make a living now.

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  • Arrow
    Television

    Arrow Season 3 Episode 4 The Magician

    With Thea back in town, everyone returns to their regular mission: finding Sara’s killer. Everyone has their suspicions, but all signs point to Malcolm Merlin who is also back in town. After some investigations and a few fights, Team Arrow finds themselves at war with the League of Assassins in the fourth episode of the third season of Arrow.
    This is another episode that makes me wish I watched Arrow since the beginning. The characters make references to past events that I don’t know the significance making the scenes confusing. I know these characters have a history together, but that’s it.
    The episode was called “The Magician”, probably alluding to the character Malcolm Merlin who was supposed to be dead but isn’t. He’s also Thea’s biological father, who makes his status as an Arrow villain interesting, but I wish I knew the significance of this.
    Throughout the episode, the cast considers Merlin the one that killed Sara in the first episode of the season. Even the League of Assassins sends in someone to investigate the guy. At the end, we are told that he didn’t do it, but, like the League, I’m not so sure of this. His last scene with Thea suggests he knows more than he is telling everyone (except for Thea herself).
    Thea is obviously in league with her father. This makes the dynamic between her and Oliver fascinating. She knows Oliver is Arrow, but Oliver obviously does not know this. I’m waiting for the moment when Thea will finally and openly betray her brother and his friends. Thea may even be the magician mentioned in the title.
    In the end, this episode sets up the plot for the rest of the season. Team Arrow and the League of Assassins are now at war, with Arrow protecting Merlin. We still have the Sara mystery to solve as well, but that’s just there to bring everyone to Starling City.
    Overall, I like where the series is going. I will have to pick up the DVDs for the first two seasons to see what I have been missing, but that goes without saying. If you liked the episode, or hated it, please tell me in the comments below, and I will post my next Arrow review on Thursday after the episode airs the night before.
    This week, the episode is called “The Secret Origins of Felicity Smoak”. It sounds like we are getting some Felicity backstory with it. So, it should be interesting. In the meantime, you can read my previous Arrow review here.

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