Who Killed Sara?
Team Arrow is faced with their biggest lost when Sara Lance, Black Canary, was murdered. Many fans posed questions all week who killed Sara? Fans should applaud the show creators because they have killed main characters in the past. Tommy Merlyn died in the first season, and he was an integral part of the show. Black Canary has been murdered, and her character was rather important in Oliver’s life. The question is: who really killed Sara?
Sara Lance is standing on a rooftop as she turns around to go fight crime three arrows are shot in her chest. She falls backwards from the roof and dies as she hit the concrete. Laurel sees her fall to the death and takes her body to Team Arrow. The sight of Sara dying is very powerful and upsetting that the team is thrown in chaos. Oliver Queen needs Thea Queen, his sister, now more than ever. She is nowhere to be found except training with her father. Oliver doesn’t know this. Felicity is constantly being pursued by Ray Palmer to work for him. He wants to hire her to be his right hand. She does end up taking the job. However, the main question is who killed Sara? All signs to point to a master assassin called Komodo. But did he really kill Sara or was someone else?
Arrow episode “Sara” was a step up from the season premiere. Fans will throw out speculation on who killed Sara Lance. Personally, I think someone from the League of Assassins killed her or it could be someone from ARGUS. Komodo was a formidable fore for Arrow. One scene had Arrow and Komodo playing chicken on their motorcycles. They would drive towards each other and shooting arrows at each other. One of the best scenes in this episode was when Komodo was about to kill his final target but Roy shoots an arrow at his bow to knock out of his hands. Roy and Oliver fight Komodo after that and the stunts were impressive for the minute they fought. These few scenes made some really fun action moments on television.
Brandon Routh was a great choice for the character Ray Palmer. Routh is charming, caring, and has this arrogance about him. His acting performance draws in that you, as a viewer, want to like him but in the back of your mind you dislike him. He did takeovr Oliver’s Queen Company. Honestly, the writers might need to keep him in the cast because many fans have taken to him.
My last positive about this episode is Laurel. Katie Cassidy is really growing into her role. She is no longer some attractive chick who weeps over guys. She is showing her emotions and starting to use her acting chops to command more of a presence on screen. Laurel hasn’t told her father that Sara has died either. There was one point that I thought she was really to going to tell her father that his sister died. However, Detective Lance has gone through so much that she couldn’t break his heart. It’s tough choice to do but she couldn’t do it until they have Sara’s killer.
Overall this Arrow Episode was very fun. The episode has intriguing plot lines and the mystery of Sara’s killer is still at large. Laurel is really growing into a good character. The fight choreography is very spectacular. Arrow is one of the best shows on television and it will continue to gain viewers. The episode “Sara” gets a 4.2/5.