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Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards - SDCC 2014


"how do you feel about that relationship?" “i’m glad that viewers who felt like maybe they were faked out, they are getting their full resolution. was he telling the truth, was he lying? you have to wait one more episode. i’m sorry that it’s in october, but you get a full… you get a full explanation as to what that meant.” (x)

EW Interview: Emily Bett Rickards &+ being the biggest cutie pie 

Q: Will we see Oliver have a challenge in being truthful and honest with [Felicity], or is that part of their attraction, that he can’t be honest and truthful with her?

A: What’s fun about the season premiere is you do get to see him be honest and truthful with her. For both good and bad. I think he’s finally revealing some secrets that she didn’t know. And her reaction to those secrets is interesting.

I think they’re in love with each other, and when you’re in love with someone it’s very hard for that person you love to tell you something that’s going to make you fall out of love with them instantaneously. But that emotional intimacy deepens their relationship, deepens their connection.

— Marc Guggenheim on Oliver and Felicity in season 3 (x)


  • "It’s not that there hasn’t been sexual tension between the two characters."
  • "I think the date itself is pretty monumental. It’s a really pivotal scene for them…as a couple."
  • "There’s one lady in Oliver’s life. Just one. It’s Felicity."
  • "We discover how Oliver feels about Felicity. If we…

"I think they are in love with each other."

Jul 29, 2014
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Emily Bett Rickards - EW Hideout (x)

[Felicity and Oliver are going on a date in the season premiere. How do you avoid the tv trope that a hero can’t be with the woman he loves just because of his duty?

When you see the premiere and you see how things shake out, you’ll come to a very sympathetic understanding of both of their positions. The premiere last year was a microcosm of what was happening for the whole year. In the same way that the premiere of last season was really about Oliver struggling with whether or not he should be the Arrow, in this season premiere it’s, “Can I have everything I want?” that quest is going to take up his entire year, and hers. - Andrew Kreisberg


Stephen Amell and Emily Bett Rickards attends Warner Bros. Television & DC Entertainment world premiere presentation, 2014