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I didn't love the finale. I hated that Diaz escaped. I really hated that Quentin died. I do feel there was a significant reason Sara made an appearance. I feel she may tamper a bit with the timeline and make everything right.

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@Byrd said:

I didn't love the finale. I hated that Diaz escaped. I really hated that Quentin died. I do feel there was a significant reason Sara made an appearance. I feel she may tamper a bit with the timeline and make everything right.

That's pretty much how I feel. I also hate how we are left with a sense of despair having Oliver go to prison. How could he not tell his wife and son what was going to happen? I thought family was most important. That was just wrong. Unfortunately, I doubt Sara is going to do anything about what happened. They brought her back to cry. She didn't fight Diaz--which I expected when I heard she was coming back. She didn't get to see her father before her surgery. She did nothing. What a waste. I mean, Diaz is a street thug. He's not special. Sara would destroy him. The fact he keeps besting Oliver and his team is beyond ludicrous.

I'm most ticked off about killing off Quentin. If the actor wanted to leave...fine. You don't have to kill him off. That was cheap. The writers angered a lot of people by killing off Laurel, and we watched Quentin painstakingly try to establish some kind of father/daughter relationship with Laurel from Earth 2. When they finally make a breakthrough and their relationship can truly start to take shape...he dies? Were the writers smoking crack when they wrote this garbage?

I was so looking forward to this episode, and I came away feeling utter disappointment, anger, filthy, and stupid for expecting something great. That was just awful. I have zero desire to continue watching this show. I almost dumped it before, but now absolutely except for any crossovers.

I agree. Diaz is a sub par villain who shouldn't have lasted more than 2 episodes. I was excited to see the development of Quentin and Laurel's relationship. I honestly don't know why I keep watching. For me, it lost it's appeal after the 2nd season. I loved Arrow. Team Arrow, not so much.

@Byrd said:

I agree. Diaz is a sub par villain who shouldn't have lasted more than 2 episodes. I was excited to see the development of Quentin and Laurel's relationship. I honestly don't know why I keep watching. For me, it lost it's appeal after the 2nd season. I loved Arrow. Team Arrow, not so much.

I liked to see arrow until season 5, from there it's another hobby and to keep updating me from the series

After a month, I'm still dumbfounded Diaz is still out there. After all this time, they could not defeat this punk? Geez, just call Kara over and have her pick him up and drop him off in the prison at S.T.A.R. Labs. There. Done. End the nonsense.

Agree with all you guys. It's beyond retarded that after they defeated super soldiers, a telekinetic badass and freaking Ras Al Ghul a simple street thug almost completely destroys them. WTF? Altough I have to say I like the prison idea, could bring some much needed change after this luckluster season. That is off course if they keep him in and not break him out in the season premier.

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