Kissa’s TV Guide No. 1

PLEASE NOTE! This post may have some spoilers so please don’t hate me if you choose to read on! Of course I’ll give you a heads up when to stop reading. 🙂

Hope everyone is having a great week so far!

So, if by chance you want to get to know me a little better then there’s something you should know about me. I’m a chronic T.V. binger. I’m not even sure if “binger” is a word but hey 🙂 I’m a pro at making up words too (another thing you should know about me).

I figured I might as well share my TV list with all of you so we can venture on the journey of suspense and cliff hangers together. Right?! 😛

So, my most recent binge that I just finished was The Arrow on the CW. I got through 2 whole seasons and the first 5 episodes of Season 3 in about 1 week. Saying I’m obsessed is an understatement! Full disclosure, I haven’t read the comic but I love the show.

I love the story line, it’s organic growth and progression, the love stories, the tug at your heart strings – I love it all! Not to mention, Oliver Queen is pretty easy on the eyes 😉

If you haven’t heard of the show, the story plot goes a little something like this.

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This douche bag of a rich kid named Oliver Queen takes a boat trip with his dad and the boat gets hit by a storm and sinks. He becomes stranded on an island for 5 years and somehow is able to escape the island. He left behind his mom, sister, and girlfriend named Laurel, who finds out that her sister was also on that boat with Oliver and his dad and died.

The series slowly reveals through flashbacks of his time on the island, and why he is on his quest upon his return.

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I personally give this show 5 stars! Can’t wait to see what is in store for Mr. Queen this 3rd season.





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