Barry and Felicity are…
Oliver and Felicity are…
You don’t need me to explain it, right?
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I think for Oliver, Oliver isn’t quite sure what he feels," Kreisberg continues. "He knows he feels something for her, but he can’t quite define it, and I think he’s sort of surprised to find [in "The Scientist" he might be jealous]. For Felicity, I think she doesn’t want to like Oliver, in a way, because she finds him unattainable, and in a way, he is unattainable, especially when you saw the end of Episode 6 where he said ‘It’s better if I’m not with somebody I care about.’ So I think that while she really does like Barry, I think she probably throws even more into it, because now he’s somebody who is available. It’s certainly something we pick up in Episode 10, because the fallout from Episode 9 carries over into the next episodes, as far as the Oliver and Felicity relationship is concerned. Barry has a profound effect on them, and that will carry through. SOURCE (via officerparker)
Arrow gave me everything tonight. Olicity, barricity, nolaurelinthecity
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Oliver without Felicity is a humorless bastard, doing good outside the law, coming very close to crossing the line into evil. Felicity without Oliver is stuck in the IT department, wasting her amazing talents fixing executives’ online screw-ups, hemmed in by her determination to be a good girl. Oliver and Felicity together mean that Oliver smiles and Felicity saves lives, that Oliver has somebody to say, “You’re going too far” and Felicity has somebody to invite her to break into a casino and cheat at cards, which means they reach the goal of every great romance story: they’re better together.
This Jennifer Crusie article about Olicity, and Felicity specifically, is flawless.
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