the a team ep

I’ll say this: last year, we sort of built up this new Team Arrow and when we say that the theme of Season 6 is family, we were also sort of talking about the found families of a team like Team Arrow, so I would say without spoiling anything too much, wouldn’t it be interesting if there was a team of villains to go up against our team of heroes?
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Marc Guggenheim talks about how the theme of family will tie into the big villain for Season 6 [Cinemablend 07/22/2017]

Originally posted by feilcityqueen

i want an ep where keith confesses to the team he has a crush on a guy and lance goes on full conspiracy mode to find out who he is (trying to revisit in his head all the places they’ve been to, all the aliens they’ve met) and uses a series of excuses to mask the fact he’s lowkey jealous about it: “i’m just pissed he has more game than me right now!!” to “i’m just trying to make sure he’s right for him because you know…that’s what friends do” *sudden coughing*.

eventually, instead of sulking around he resolutes in asking him directly about that. “i mean, if you really really reallyyyy like this guy you should make sure he’s a good one and doesn’t break your heart at some point you know…because that’d be unfortunate……..” “nah don’t worry he won’t” “how are you so sure…….” “because otherwise he wouldn’t care about me having a broken heart.” keith rushes out of the room after saying that and lance makes a very pleasing 2+2

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Steve has many annoying quirks.  Given the smallest opportunity, Danny will elaborate on them at length to anybody who asks - and even to those who don’t if he’s feeling particularly spirited.

The truth is, though, that Steve is as endearing as hell.  He’s loveable, loving, a jumbled up mess of vulnerable badass sweetheart, and Danny loves him deeply.

He’s also a complete and total goof in bed.  Oh, he’s great in bed - they’re great in bed, thank you very much - but once the show’s over, he turns into a hilarious lump of limbs, pleased as punch to be naked and satisfied.  He loves a good snuggle, and, really, Danny is more than happy to oblige.

“You’re a goof,” he says, smiling when Steve draws him in, closer, tighter, warmer.  Oh yeah.  This is some tip-top snuggling, this is.

I’m a goof?” Steve harrumphs, stretches out a kink in his back before relaxing back into the mattress.  “I’m not the one who told Charlie about my time-outs.”

“Hey!  It’s not like I gave him specifics.  What do you take me for?”

“Still.”

Danny rolls his eyes.  “Still, nothing.  I made it sound like I put you in a cardboard box in the corner for 30 minutes, not that I-”

“-strip me naked in 5 seconds flat?  Have your wicked way with me?  Cunningly use to your advantage the fact that I like a good catnap after sex, and if I’m asleep then I can’t be blowing anything up?”

“Well I don’t see you complaining,” Danny responds, poking a finger into Steve’s side.

Steve captures the finger, lifts it up for a kiss.  “Of course not.  I love my time-outs.”

The Oliver Queen that you’ll meet in 6x01, he’ll still be the Oliver you know and sometimes love, he’ll had a different sense of himself. You know, one of the ways we describe it is that, typically in act 4 of any given episode, somebody is giving Oliver advice. And in season 6, I think, you’ll see Oliver giving the people in his life the advice for a change (…) He’s got now 10 years of very heavy experience (…) That is something that we are very interested in seeing, a more like a mentoring-kind of Oliver as the many people in his life face their challenges
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Marc Guggenheim [Superhero Insider - EW.com - June 2017]

Originally posted by olicity-i-believe-in-you