The CW series ARROW may be known as a dark tale of vengeance. But as the show embarks on its third season, it continues to weave in moments of levity and humorous one-liners to keep the audience from drowning in the darkness.
As a fun tease, we have collected a number of the soon to be iconic quotes from the Season 3 premiere episode, entitled “The Calm.” Let’s see if you can guess who says these fun little quotes:
QUOTE: “There is nothing more important to me than family.”
QUOTE: “A man cannot live by two names.”
QUOTE: “The second I looked at her, the whole universe changed.”
QUOTE: “Don’t ask me to say I don’t love you.”
QUOTE: “You stop seeing people. You see threats or targets.”
QUOTE: “Good speech. Hard to top that.”
QUOTE: “This is my crusade, which makes it my decision.”
QUOTE: “There is no yellow wire.”
QUOTE: “Believe it or not, I’ve had worst first dates.”
QUOTE: “Don’t look so surprised. I wasn’t gone that long.”
QUOTE: “We are not our masks and we need people in our lives who don’t wear one.”
QUOTE: “Now the only person you’re fooling is yourself.”
QUOTE: “I’ve already seen you shirtless. You are shirtless all the time.”
QUOTE: “You catch ’em and I cook ’em.”
QUOTE: “There is another slimy human who needs my attention.”
QUOTE: “You’re welcome” [in response to Starling City’s reduced crime rate]
With those fun quotes rattling around your brain, have fun watching the Season 3 premiere of ARROW on Wednesday, October
6th 8th at 8:00 p.m. on the CW. For those who want to submit their guesses sound off in the comments below.
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