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Look, my whole life has been full of relationships that have ended too soon. And then when I went away last fall, I… Lois, I felt so lost. When I came back to the bullpen, you were there waiting for me. You jumped out of your seat, you threw your arms around me, and the way that your eyes sparkled when you smiled, I just… I knew. I just knew that you were the one that I’ve always needed. And I needed you to know that.

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“One of the things that I’m most proud about is that, 25 years from now, if they made a Green Arrow film, they would have to make it with John Diggle and Felicity Smoak… I would hope that if you were looking at the blueprint of how to do a successful Arrow show, people would be like, ‘Yeah, you have to have those characters – those characters are a part of it now.’”

Stephen Amell discusses the future of Green Arrow with The Music.

olivergifs: I don’t see your name on the list….

olivergifs:

I don’t see your name on the list.

— Mr. Queen. —

Oh!

I don’t see your name on the list. — M…

I don’t see your name on the list.

— Mr. Queen. —

Oh!

lucyyh: slow mo kisses

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slow mo kisses

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“I think that you will see some very, very new and exciting characters in season seven; characters that have a canon in DC”

Stephen Amell at Supernova Comic Con

Why Stephen Amell Wants The ‘Arrow’ Writers To…

Why Stephen Amell Wants The ‘Arrow’ Writers To Live Like There’s No Tomorrow In Season 7:

In Amell’s view, the cleaning of Arrow’s slate on the way into season six was a necessary step to move forward, and not only because the fifth season – with its cyclical conclusion of the flashback storylines that had shared time with the present-day narrative since the show’s first episode – symbolised the conclusion of the first ‘volume’ of the Arrow mythos, but because being freed from that initial framework’s grasp allowed the creative team the room to stop looking backwards and begin laying the seeds for adventures still to come.

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I CAN ONLY TAKE YOU IN SMALL DOSES(SMALL DOSES): A RIVAL CEOS AU ONE-SHOT AS A BELATED BDAY PRESENT FOR SARA.

Okay, so if you follow me on twitter, you saw that I posted a teaser of a one-shot that’s been dedicated to my friend Sara @gothsmoak as a birthday present. So you know I waited until after Ramadan to finish it up cos there were certain scenes I couldn’t write during that time. And I’m sure you’re all aware that it’s after Ramadan now, so here we are. The completed 10k Rival CEOs AU one-shot is complete and finally ready for you all to read. I hope you enjoy it.

Summary: “Oliver Queen is the CEO of his family company, Queen Consolidated, which is nearly reaching bankruptcy. Due to that very reason, Felicity Smoak, the youngest CEO of her own company, Smoak Technologies, comes to Starling City to buy QC from Mr. Queen’s hands. Their hate for each other is mutual at the very beginning, but after working together for three months, they quickly discover the hate might be slowly crossing a different line.” Based on this gifset here 

Excerpt:

The singular tapping of sharp, vibrant red painted fingernails echoed against the glass table throughout the conference room as investors, board members, and other important personnel sat waiting for the arrival of the ever-tardy CEO. The perpetrator of the noise belonged to a one Felicity Smoak, certified MENSA-level genius, 2nd place champion of the National Information Technology competition, MIT graduate of 2009 with a double master’s in Cyber Security and Computer Sciences at the young age of 19, and now CEO of her own tech-based company Smoak Tech sat at her seat agitated, impatiently waiting for the arrival of Queen Consolidated’s CEO, Oliver Queen to begin their meeting on the company’s quarterly earnings and where to proceed from then on.

Queen Consolidated was once the leading company in Starling City under Robert Queen, Oliver’s father. In 2008 after a freak thunderstorm in the North China storm, Robert Queen was lost at sea, leaving behind his wife, daughter, and son. Soon after, the company faltered as stocks plummeted and investors backed out, not wanting to risk their money in a company undergoing a drastic change in leadership. The company’s CFO Walter Steele took over CEO temporarily, waiting for the prodigal son to take over his father’s legacy.

READ ON AO3 HERE 

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“Personally it was strange to not know what exactly Oliver’s feelings were for Felicity. Much like her, it was like trying to solve a puzzle when it came to their scenes together sometimes. Luckily Oliver didn’t make either of us wait long when he made it very clear that he was all in.”

Oliver and Felicity – Arrow: 17 Best TV Crush Confirmations

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Arrow starts filming on July 6th in Vancouver.