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Billionaire playboy Oliver Queen was missing for five years before being discovered alive on a remote island. He secretly creates the persona of Arrow – a vigilante – to right the wrongs of his family, fight the ills of society. | On air on Wednesdays 8.7c (The CW)

Suki, who has multiple-personality disorder undergoes an experimental procedure to cure her illness with a machine, which would help to kill the other personlaities she has. But what if her true self is the one she despises the most?

Tomboy KC is a fashion project of Katie's, that she started in late 2013. As of now it is just a fashion blog, that shows Katie's personal tomboyish style, but according to her it might actually grow into a fashion line in the near future.

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Arrow 3×05: description & promo stills

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CHARLOTTE ROSS (“NYPD BLUE”) STARS AS FELICITY’S MOTHER — When a cyber attack brings Starling City to its knees, Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Felicity are pushed to their limits to contain the destruction. Life gets even more complicated for Felicity when her mother, Donna (guest star Charlotte Ross), stops by for a surprise visit. Meanwhile, Ted Grant (guest star JR Ramirez) questions Laurel’s motives, and Thea (Willa Holland) buys an apartment with Malcolm’s (John Barrowman) “estate” money, which infuriates Oliver. Nolan Funk guest stars as Felicity’s ex-boyfriend.


TKC photos & interviews

We added eleven brand new photos from TKC shoots, check it out. And there are three new interviews about TKC and eyeglasses.

Do you two ever get confused as siblings?
Lynsey Eaton: I don’t think we ever get confused as sisters because I’m 5’2” and she’s an Amazon woman. No one would think we look like sisters, but we do behave like sisters.
Katie Cassidy: We fight like sisters, but I call Lynsey my Mama Bear. I live at her house when I’m not shooting in Vancouver.

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Cassidy started Tomboy KC with her Dallas-based best friend Lynsey Eaton in September 2013. The name was inspired by the actress’s penchant for menswear-inspired dressing. “I just felt like her style mixed with my style, it’s the best of both worlds,” said Cassidy, referencing Eaton’s more ladylike sartorial leanings. “We tend to balance each other out.”

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So you still wear glasses, even though you don’t need them? That is funny.
Katie Cassidy: Oh, no! I started actually needing them. If you look at my iPhone to see the size of the text font on there, it’s so embarrassing. People are like, “Why are the letters so big?!” I’m like, “Because I can’t see!” All of a sudden, it just happened. Old age, I guess.

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The Magician description & promo photos

NYSSA RETURNS TO STARLING CITY, RA’S AL GHUL MAKES HIS ENTRANCE — A furious Nyssa (guest star Katrina Law) confronts Oliver about Sara. When Oliver learns Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman) is alive, he suspects Merlyn killed Sara. Oliver and Nyssa join forces and go after the Dark Archer, intent on bringing Sara’s killer to justice. Laurel keeps her distance from Nyssa, as she blames her sister’s death on her involvement with the League of Assassins. Meanwhile, Oliver and Roy work on repairing their respective relationships with Thea (Willa Holland), who has returned home. Nyssa discusses Oliver with her father, Ra’s al Ghul (guest star Matt Nable). John Behring directed the episode written by Wendy Mericle & Marc Guggenheim (#304). Original airdate 10/29/2014.

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Sorella + Tomboy KC

Do you need glasses? Do you want a fashionable pair of glasses with free lenses? Then you should choose one of Sorella + Tomboy KC glasses from You will find below two videos of our girl and her partner, Lynsey Eaton. These glasses are an excellent choice for modern woman. These photos of Katie can help with your choice.

Sorella + TOMBOY KC

In Italian, Sorella means sister, and that’s what Sorella by TOMBOY KC is all about. Sisters and sisterhood. BFFs. Laughter. Comfort. Connection. Glasses are a part of our identity. In a uniquely personal and powerful way, they show the world who we are. And who we are is shaped and influenced by those around us. Each frame in the Sorella collection is named after someone special to Katie or Lynsey, the founders of TOMBOY KC.

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3Dwhite + ELLE magazine – #SmileStyle

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Part 1 of ELLE’s Behind the Smile series with Katie Cassidy, TV actress on Arrow and fashion blogger at Katie shares how she stays healthy as she balances a rigorous shooting schedule with trips to her hometown, LA, for red carpet events.


Tomboy KC’s glasses line with Sorella

Katie Cassidy didn’t always need glasses, but that didn’t stop her from wearing them. “I love them so much that before I needed [reading glasses] I literally would pop out the lenses,” she tells PEOPLE. “I put them on and just felt like a whole new person, almost like a disguise. People probably thought I was nuts, but I didn’t care — they made me feel good and were fun to wear around.”

The Arrow actress is now sharing that passion for glasses with fans, creating a collection for with her best friend and fellow lifestyle blogger Lynsey Eaton (with whom she writes Tomboy KC). The pals took us behind the scenes of their Vancouver shoot, where they styled looks and got silly backstage — check out their photos and learn more about the collection below!

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Arrow promo & interviews

EW: She’ll find help from Ted “Wildcat” Grant. Will he be training her to become the Black Canary?
Katie Cassidy: At first they butt heads, but at the end of the day, Ted really sees the warrior in Laurel and sees that she’s a fighter. I’ve been boxing and training and I’m so excited and having a blast getting to be able to do that. He sees that she has the spirit and the drive. She has it in her. He embraces it and encourages it. As long as she does it the correct way and learn the basics and doesn’t just go lashing out, he’s very supportive. The relationship between the two of them is great. I think there’s a good dynamic there.

IGN TV: The Flash has aired now and is connected to the same universe and you guys are doing the crossover storyline. Can we expect any potential Laurel interactions with any of The Flash characters in the future?
Katie Cassidy: Yes. I believe that there will be a crossover with Laurel and The Flash. Our writers have an idea that they’ve talked to me about and I think they’re genius. If they see this article, don’t get ahead of yourselves. I’m not blowing smoke, but I do think that the idea they’ve come up with, they’re so smart and they’re so good at what they do… I have a feeling there’s a genius plan that’s going to happen if they go with what they’ve pitched me.

TVLINE | Do you feel like your strength training helps you, or will help you, pull off the more physical, action-oriented sequences?
Katie Cassidy: One-hundred percent. I actually had this conversation with our producers this week, Marc [Guggenheim] and Andrew [Kreisberg]. I am proud to say that in a scene — I can’t tell you which one — you’ll see Laurel training, and they didn’t have to use my stunt double, because I worked really hard at what I was doing. I wanted it to be legitimate, I wanted it to be me. So they let me do it. And aside from that, I literally just texted my producer to tell him that I was able to do something — I can’t tell you what, exactly — and he was like, “No way!” My response was, “The Arrow’s got nothin’ on me!” [Laughs] It’s crazy.

THR: Could there be a friendship between Laurel and Felicity?
Katie Cassidy: I’m not exactly sure where the writers are going to go with that but I do know that Laurel has respect for her because she’s so smart and she’s so good at what she does and she’s part of Team Arrow in keeping Oliver’s secret. It’s an interesting relationship and dynamic between the two of them that I think we’ll explore more this season, especially now that Laurel is involved in more of the action. But I’m not sure, that’s a good question for the writers.


Stephen Amell at New York Comic Con

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Laurel’s Journey To Becoming Black Canary?

Stephen Amell was asked more than once about Katie Cassidy’s ‘Arrow’ character Laurel. “Laurel in the first season was on the periphery and in the second season had some troubles,” said Amell. “Fans will be excited to see where Laurel goes this season.”

Later on during the New York Comic Con 2014 panel, important distinctions were brought up. As one fan points out, (Dinah) Laurel Lance has traditionally been Black Canary’s true identity in the comics. Commenting on the difference, “we never officially call Caity Lotz Black Canary, just Canary. In the comics Dinah Laurel Lance becomes the Black Canary, but how does that happen, how do we get there? We will see….”

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Marc Guggenheim On Why It Happened!

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“It was hard. Every time we kill off a character on the show, it’s always incredibly hard. (…) But as with Tommy’s death, as with Moira’s death, the story implications for this development are so far-reaching for the show and affect all of the characters. We always call it it’s the terrible story math. It kicks off, obviously, a mystery that will drive us for at least the first half of the year. It will set Laurel on a trajectory that she’s never had before on the show. It will create all these other complications and dynamics that I can’t talk about because it would spoil stuff. It buys us a lot of story, and it speaks to all the things that we wanted to do this year in terms of Laurel’s character, in terms of Oliver’s character, in terms of Felicity’s character. It’s always a hard thing to do, but it is really the engine that’s driving the whole third season,” Guggenheim explained.

Sara’s death will definitely affect how Laurel and Oliver interact, and probably not necessarily in the ways that one would expect. “I think Sara’s death probably pulls them closer together than pulls them apart,” Guggenheim said. “That’s not to say there’s not significant moments of conflict between them also. That’s one of the reasons we killed Sara off: the amount of story and richness that we get out of it. There’s a scene in episode 2 where they’re going at it and can’t stand each other. And there’s also a scene in episode 2 where they’re the closest they’ve ever been. And that’s all in the same episode. And it doesn’t feel schizophrenic, it doesn’t feel inconsistent. Every moment feels earned, because of the emotional roller coaster these people are on.”

Source: GreenArrowTV

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