The Importance of Barry Allen and Felicity Smoak's Relationship | Fangirlish
Felicity Smoak Born Felicity Meghan Smoak is the daughter of Donna Smoak and a Felicity Smoak along side John Diggle and Oliver Queen meet Barry Allen. Prior to 'The Flash's SDCC panel and pilot premiere, the show has released new as to when Arrow's Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) would appear on The Flash. CBM has reported that episode 4, titled “Going Rogue,” will feature Smoak as well as introduce Miller's Leonard So we're really excited. "Present day" sections of episodes of The Flash and Arrow take place roughly in line with the relative original broadcast dates of the episodes.
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Barry, on the other hand, is someone who wears his heart on his sleeve. He feels with every bit of himself and he never tries to hide it.
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And every time he cries, it also tears into our soul. So, yes, Barry is a crier.
And yes, if that was Felicity Smoak, one of his best friends in the world, in that grave you gosh damn bet that Barry would be a crying, uncontrollable mess. These were two people brought together by fate and bonded over science and their similar, bubbly personalities.
That kind of trust is extremely hard to find even in fictional worlds. There was never really a question about it; Barry and Felicity became fast friends whose bond has only grown with time and experience. That was the love triangle that we deserved on this show.