Talk:Arrow (TV series)

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Arrow series viewers (in millions overview) is it wrong ?[edit]

Hi guys I visit very frequently wikipedia for information and I found something that propably is wrong on Arrow tvseries wiki information: [1] here it reports that the season 5 average viewers in millions are 2.21 but this must be wrong because in 23 episodes the viewers are not up of 2 millions except of one episode so I sum all viewers of every episode and I divide it with the number of total episodes and the result is 1,75 and not 2,21 (another source which proves that I am correct is here: [2] so what is the correct thing if my number is correct how can we inform wikipedia to update it with the correct number and if I am wrong how this number is (2,21) is comming? Thnx in advance

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Overcategorization[edit]

@AlexTheWhovian:, I think you're being overzealous in the application of categories here which are trivial/non-defining. According to our article, Curtis Holt didn't even become a regular until the fifth season, making it unlikely that he's a "main character" and even unlikelier that his presence makes it a "gay-related" show. The article likewise indicates that Hong Kong and Russia only appear in flashbacks. Is this inaccurate? Again, flashbacks, which are a very common narrative device, do not a "nonlinear narrative" make in any sense that is meaningful or useful for categorization. A quick look does not bring up any sources noting that atonement is a major or even a present theme of this show. I understand that you want users to find this article, but this wish cannot override Wikipedia practice. –Roscelese (talkcontribs) 16:44, 15 December 2017 (UTC)

@Roscelese: Come again? Overzealous? I only restored those categories once after they were removed without explanation. -- AlexTW 22:49, 15 December 2017 (UTC)
So now that you've seen my explanation in both the edit summary and the talk page, you won't restore them again? –Roscelese (talkcontribs) 16:37, 16 December 2017 (UTC)

Plot detail or character development?[edit]

Recently, I re-added the removal of the last sentence in the Adrian Chase cast section. The sentence noted the demise of the character - a fairly common end to a character arc. Apparently, there is some disagreement as to whether a character committing suicide to gain revenge on the main characters is character development (ie. the ending of the character's development), or merely a plot detail. Thoughts? - Jack Sebastian (talk) 18:58, 16 December 2017 (UTC)

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