However, don’t expect a return to normal for Oliver and his family and friends from episode 8. Microphone to TVLine, the interpreter of the vigilante of Star City has, indeed, told that his relationship with Felicity will be a new fit : “Pretty soon it will discover that many of the things that Diaz was able to tell him about Felicity [she has tried to kill him, ed’s note] are true.”
No break to come, but the promise of an evolution is a little dark in their couple : “They will come to realize that nothing will ever be perfect or normal in their relationship. And the sooner they accept it, the sooner they will be able to move forward in their lives“. They are rushing, because it is death who could then knock at their door…
A new Oliver
Moreover, after having recalled that this passage in prison,”has been a truly horrible” for Oliver, Stephen Amell has teasé some changes in her way of being : “I wanted to see a change in him in the way we interact with the people, with the public. And even in her wardrobe. I went to see the costume and say, ‘Oliver is in the late thirties, a former politician. I want to see him dress a little more like it would for a Sunday brunch at the manor of the Queen’.“
Translation : in order to mark this transition, the usual Oliver stylish costume and badass should be discreet. What intrigue us, even more than the actor added : “We have found an interesting way to show what the prison has done without supporting the unreasonable“.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.