ARROW Episode 1x12 "Vertigo" Poll & Discussion
What did you think of last night's episode of the CW's Arrow? Did Seth Gabel's performance as Count
Vertigo meet your expectations? What do you think about the latest island developments with Yao Fei (Byron Mann) and Oliver (Stephen Amell)?
'Vertigo' was certainly an interesting episode of Arrow. The showrunners have confirmed that we haven't seen the last of The Count so expect him to pop back up in the near future. You have to wonder what a large dose of the drug has done to his already frazzled psyche. What did you think of the ep, vote in the poll below and then carry on the discussion in the comment section.
SETH GABEL (“FRINGE”) GUEST STARS WHILE THEA FACES PRISON TIME — Thea (Willa Holland) is in trouble with the police after she gets caught using a drug called “Vertigo.” Oliver (Stephen Amell) thinks the only way to keep her out of jail is to find the dealer, a man who goes by the name of “The Count” (guest star Seth Gabel). Oliver turns to McKenna Hall (guest star Janina Gavankar), an old flame and current Vice cop, for help. Meanwhile, Laurel (Katie Cassidy) steps in to defend Thea, and Felicity (guest star Emily Bett Rickards) gives Oliver some disturbing news about Moira (Susanna Thompson). David Ramsey, Colin Donnell and Paul Blackthorne also star. Wendey Stanzler directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Ben Sokolowski (#112).
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Official Series Description For CW's ARROW
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Running Time: 60 min
Release Date: October 10, 2012
MPAA Rating: Tv-14
Starring: Katie Cassidy, Stephen Amell, David Ramsey, Byron Mann, Colin Donnell, Colin Salmon, Paul Blackthorne, Emily Bett Rickards, John Barrowman, Roger R. Cross and Willa Holland
Directed by: David Nutter (pilot)
Written by: Greg Berlanti (story/writer), Marc Guggenheim (story/writer), Andrew Kreisberg (writer), George Papp (character) and Mort Weisinger (character)
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