It would just start to feel repetitive if they did Crisis twice.
CW Stream is an option, but the CW TV channel isn’t.
Then I don’t understand your confusion. I watch the shows on the CW, but not through their streaming service.
The CW is a channel on TV on cable.
Yeah, but I don’t stream it. I watch it on cable. That’s different from streaming it through CW.
On the CW. I’m surprised that that isn’t an option.
No. It just means that he also exists on Earth 221. Not that it matters anymore anyway, now that they’re on Earth Prime.
I’d say that Nia is the closest thing that Kara has to a protege. Her equivalents to Cisco are Winn and Brainy.
It had some good moments, but I found the whole thing a little too disjointed. Like it was more focused on fitting in as many characters as possible than on actually telling a good story.
If Adam West were still alive, I would say do Batman Beyond with him as Bruce Wayne. Since he’s dead, I don’t really see much point.
He seems fine, but he really hasn’t done anything so far. He seems pointless for now, but that may change in the future.
That seems a bit harsh.
Yeah, and I thought Rene and the others were the ones acting like dicks. But that’s okay. We can disagree.
PPG isn’t bad.
Don’t get too excited. We still disagree on why he should have gone to jail. I think he was perfectly reasonable with Rene and the others, and they overreacted.
He killed a whole bunch of people. They weren’t nice people, but they weren’t convicted of any crime, let alone any capital crime. What Oliver did was super illegal, and he deserved to go to prison for it.
Apart from the fact that Laurel obviously did have a reason for what she did, without justice there would only be anarchy. Besides, until she has a trial, she isn’t guilty of any crime.
No, I’m not about to murder somebody just because they killed somebody I care about. That’s not justice. That’s revenge.
Well, the Arrowverse shows are off right now, so I’m not on this particular fandom too often.
Killing is wrong. Oliver regretted being a murderer, and he ultimately served time in prison for the murders he committed. Oliver’s own history had nothing to do with the morality of what Dinah was doing.