‘Arrow’: 27 Olicity Quotes That Make Us Swoon | Fangirlish
In fact, Oliver Queen and Felicity Smoak's relationship was pretty much I've been straight cruising on a steady sea of Arrow Season 4 Olicity. Quotes. Showing all 36 items. Felicity Smoak: Well, William did an excellent job Oliver Queen: Has it, um, really been three years since the first time we did this? our old but new relationship, maybe we could ease into some of the things. This quote from Fault in Our Stars perfectly encapsulates Oliver's journey in S2. One of the great gifts of the Arrow S2 finale was not only did.
But with this line Felicity made it clear that Oliver is the one that makes her happy, regardless of the romantic implications. The beauty of Oliver and Felicity is that they make each other better — they have helped each other become the people they were destined to be.
And you are not done fighting…You are not alone. And I believe in you. Felicity was tired of Oliver dangling maybes of what could be eventually. But Oliver could never lie to Felicity about the way he feels. That line — and the way Stephen Amell delivered it — told you everything that you need to know about how much Oliver loves Felicity. Fighting our way through the danger instead of running away from it. To get through the hard times because we are together, not in spite of it?
When Did Oliver Fall In Love With Felicity?
He was season one Oliver who was still out for vengeance instead of justice. You and me, I mean. When you told me you loved me, you had me fooled.
For a second, I thought that maybe you might have meant it, what you said. You, you really sold it.
‘Arrow’: 27 Olicity Quotes That Make Us Swoon
In the season 2 finale we saw Oliver confess his love to Felicity — in what was intended to be a ploy for Slade — but in all actuality was truth disguised as foolery. Because when it comes to Felicity there is no choice to make.
He needs her in his life. And in this instance we saw Felicity nearly confess her love for him — the only reason she held back was because she was with Ray — and still manage to turn it into an inspiring speech. I know him better than almost anyone. She believes in him more than anyone. And when the stakes were at their highest they shared their concern through beautiful words and glances.
Still not over this. He approaches the two of them cautiously. Oliver manages to pull not one but three arrows in rapid succession, killing The Count. The look on his face when he fires the arrows, tell me two things.
SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR
First, this kill is emotional. Most of the time, when Oliver shoots to kill, he uses one arrow. Three arrows mean only one thing - pure rage. Two, the act is instinctual. Her life was threatened and his body simply reacted. In fact, Felicity even goes as far to apologize to Oliver for putting him in that kind of position. There was no choice to make.
He will kill for her. In 2x6 Oliver is thinking with his head. In his mind, Oliver may believe he has a choice as to whether or not he loves Felicity, but his actions in 2x7 show that his heart knows different. There is no choice to make. It leads to Oliver apologizing to Felicity.
That alone is amazing, because Oliver never apologizes. He takes it one step further and tells Felicity that he needs her. She is his partner. Oliver Queen is an island. Not only does he admit to needing someone - he admits to needing Felicity specifically. She is his partner in every sense of the word. Oliver showed his vulnerability in this episode. Oliver is allowing himself to need her. To me, this is the moment Oliver truly stepped off the island.
He will be dead, but his loved ones will be safe. Felicity tells him to not accept things the way they are. Her refusal to accept her life as it was led her to Oliver. Oliver knows Felicity wants him to be a hero - sees him as a hero. I cannot with these two. The way his eyes flick down, just for a moment, to look at her lips. Then, he decides not to. For the briefest of seconds, Oliver thinks Felicity died in the crash. There is no convincing me otherwise. He insists on carrying her and gives Diggle the bow.
He needs to feel her breathing. I picked out what I thought were the most important.