In a just-released interview with TVLine, Arrow executive producer Greg Berlanti reveals that, in Season 3, “Oliver believes he can finally have a private life and asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) out on a date.” He goes on to explain that Oliver’s feelings for Felicity, whatever they may be, will be an “active part of the season this year.”
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Speculation & discussion post: How will Brandon Routh’s casting as The Atom impact Oliver/Felicity’s chances? Could another obstacle in Olicity’s path actually be a good thing in the long run?
Helga has wonderful news for her lover, Floki, everyody’s favorite crazy boat builder. She’s carrying Floki’s child. Both wonderstruck and woeful, Floki pities the poor child for having such a father, but Helga will have none of that moaning. Buoyed by her faith in him, Floki asks Helga to marry him, dropping to his knees to greet the child inside her. They have been such good friends to the gods that surely the gods will bless them. Helga wants Ragnar’s blessing, too, but Floki refuses. Ragnar has everything already, but he can’t have Floki and Helga.
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All epic romance novels have a “delicious despair” period—that dark, dark time when every possible chance for a happy ending for your beloved pair seems doomed, and the ashes of all your hopes and dreams for them surround you. Still, you have faith that they will, in fact, pull it out of the fire and attain that glorious HEA. Somehow. Some way. After all, isn’t that the golden rule of romance?
The Mindy Project, while not a romance novel, is often described as a romantic comedy series, and I 100% believe that creator/executive producer/head writer/star Mindy Kaling fully intends to follow the Mindy/Danny romance through to, if not an HEA, a “Happily for Now.” Which means that while “Be Cool” saw Danny break up with Mindy after only a few weeks of secretly dating—sending fans into a tizzy of delicious despair—their story is far from over. As in, it’s most likely just gettin’ started.
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Note: Beware of MAJOR MOVIE SPOILERS and very minor book spoilers.
You get the feeling both from the movie and this book that Thomas will always leave us just a bit unsatisfied, but a few threads left dangling in the movie are picked up again here. Among the tidbits doled out from Veronica’s (third-person) perspective are how she and Keith navigate her decision to stick around town permenantly, the way she and naval-officer/father-rescuer/straight-up-hero Logan (!!!!) deal with a long-distance relationship after finally reuniting, what Mac working for Mars Investigations entails, whether or not Dick still parties like a frat boy (spoiler: in case the movie left any doubt, he does), and why Veronica was driving Logan’s car at the end of the movie.
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