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1 hour ago, statsgirl said:

That's even worse. Where does the Kid Vicious stuff come from (or am I thinking of someone else)?

Kid Vicious is apparently just what he likes to call himself. I guess his ego is so big he needs a second persona to contain it.

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4 minutes ago, lemotomato said:

Kid Vicious is apparently just what he likes to call himself. I guess his ego is so big he needs a second persona to contain it.

I believe you hit the nail on the head when you called him an Unhinged Asshole a few posts back. I was looking for a description and I can't go past that one! It's perfect! 

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KA excuses sucks to be honest. Many actors and actresses throughout the years have played evil onscreen and they didn't insult a huge fanbases or characters from the same movie/show in order to make their character happen. 

I think Olicity fans actually don't even care about him or Diaz. It is the other group of fans that hate Diaz with a passion and think he made a terrible long-term villain who shouldn't have survived last season. The irony. 

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Hot Topic is selling an Olicity t-shirt.

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They're finally together, after dancing around it for so long. Show your support for Star City's favorite couple with this soft black t-shirt.

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Arrow writer's tweets about the season premiere...

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Arrow showrunner Beth Schwartz was part of this EP panel at The CW's Fall Launch Event (co-sponsored by #SeeHer) on Oct. 14...

#SeeHer Executive Producer Panel - Highlights | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

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In partnership with #SeeHer and select members AT&T, USAA and Dove Haircare, The CW hosted a Fall 2018 launch event, “Powerful Programming, Powerful Women.” In this panel, the women showrunners and executive producers of The CW’s hit primetime series discuss inclusivity and their experience in the industry.

#SeeHer Executive Producer Panel – Part 1 | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

-- EP Beth Schwartz: "I just wanted to add with - in people's writers' rooms, that, yes, diversity is important and it's also extremely important with who the hierarchy in the room. Like, you can't just have inclusion at the bottom level... People who are running the room - similar - you know, we've all seen the same people running the room - and then, those voices still aren't heard. So that was really important to me when I was, um, you know, making up my room. I wanted to make sure I had equal, you know, female and male co-EPs. So it wasn't just one gender."

#SeeHer Executive Producer Panel – Part 2 | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

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Juliana Harkavy was part of this Shethority panel at The CW's Fall Launch Event (co-sponsored by #SeeHer) on Oct. 14...

#SeeHer Shethority Panel - Highlights | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

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In partnership with #SeeHer and select members AT&T, USAA and Dove Haircare, The CW hosted a Fall 2018 launch event, “Powerful Programming, Powerful Women.” In this panel, the women of The CW’s superhero series discuss Shethority, the global online collective focused on amplifying women’s voices.

#SeeHer Shethority Panel – Part 1 | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

#SeeHer Shethority Panel – Part 2 | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

-- JH: "I think something I really want to see more of is - the characters that we play as women, um, I want our characters and our stories to be more complex, to be as unapologetically messy as a man is. Like we - you know, the ability to not be pretty and still be a leading woman. The ability to be angry, uh, and not be told you're a bitch. Um, you know, the ability to be, uh, sad or scared and loud and, you know, not be considered obnoxious. I think these are things that, as women, there's this double standard and we don't always - uh, we're not always allowed to be whole on - you know, on screen and in life. Um, so I just want - I want imperfect - imperfectly perfect characters, uh, where we can - you know, where we're not held back by being beautiful or polite or cute or, you know, any of those things that - not that there's anything wrong with being those things if you are those things - but if you're not, then really, just to be who you are. I hate this thing of, like, a girl should be this or a girl should be that. Be authentic to yourself. I want to see real authenticity. I want to see real women on the screen."

#SeeHer Shethority Panel – Part 3 | The CW
Published on Oct 19, 2018, by The CW Television Network

-- JH: "And the dialogue is what's creating the change. Like, we're less afraid because it's being spoken about. I mean, to speak about, um, sexual assaults or, you know, was - felt so scary and big and taboo two years ago. And now I feel quite comfortable sharing my experience and I don't feel any shame. And it's unbelievable how probably every single woman in my life has the exact same experience. Um, and it's incredibly empowering. I do think we're changing slowly, but I - this room is an example of the change. This - what's happening right now is going to create a cultural shift. I truly do believe that. It might be slow, but I do believe it's happening."

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SA jumped up to #3 (from #7) on this social media ranking...
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/will-smith-regains-no-1-top-actors-social-media-ranking-aladdin-promo-1153740

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The Top Actors chart is a ranking of the most popular actors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Google Plus, with global data provided by social media analytics company MVPindex. The chart's methodology blends social engagement on the platforms along with weekly additions of followers/subscribers. The latest tracking week ended Oct. 16.
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It’s [Will] Smith’s 10th week at No. 1 and third in the last four weeks.

He leads Kevin Hart, who rises 5-2 (his sixth week at No. 2 in the past eight weeks), followed by Stephen Amell, who reaches a new peak of No. 3 after previously climbing as high as No. 7 (Sept. 12).

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They are still afraid to say anything really at the seeher shethority panel. Maybe that's why Emily didn't go. Not only would she have eclipsed everyone there (not just saying this because I'm a fan I think it's really true) she wouldn't be scared to actually say what she wants to say.

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