"I got a text that said, 'Stop thinking about me.' It's the smartest text I've ever seen because it did the complete opposite."3. "Using friends or acquaintances is always the best way for an introduction," Robbie said.
"You can also find out if he's got a favorite sports team or anything like that.
"I'm a sucker for any kind of an amusement park or an arcade or bowling -- anything where you can just be yourself."4. "There's one roller coaster in Toronto called Drop Zone.
They bring you all the way to the top and then they drop you all the way down to the bottom. It's not a super fun ride," Robbie said about that time he took his GF Italia to an amusement park for one of their first dates and she cried. "I don't have a text sound, so I may not respond immediately but I'm always pretty quick. I don't really have any rules about not responding right away or anything like that." 7. "If the girl doesn't look like she's having fun or is capable of having fun, then I figure she's probably just grumpy and that's not who I really want to spend time with," he said.
Just find out one tiny little thing about them and bring it up and then steer the conversation in a completely different way."3.
Just because there’s some hope for Felicity and Oliver in the future, that isn’t stopping Felicity from dating new guys. “I feel like it’s a little soon but, everybody deals with their things in different ways.Olicity fans haven't had a lot to cheer about this season, so far. And if you let it become just about one thing, you miss the bigger picture. So, I would say that Oliver and Felicity's relationship as it pertains to saving the city has always been more important than their relationship as it pertains to are-they-aren't-they; are they canoodling are they not.Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) and Felicity Smoak (Emily Bett Rickards) have taken a very mature approach to their fizzled-relationship, appearing content that they have both moved on with their lives. So for me, them functioning as a team right now and being honest with one another is super important and whatever happens with romance is whatever happens." CELEBRATES 100 EPISODES; THE EPIC SUPERHERO CROSSOVER CONTINUES — Oliver (Stephen Amell) wakes up to a life where he never got on The Queen’s Gambit."Even though Italia will be crying on a roller coaster, she's laughing afterward. "A smile and just how she carries herself is important.Just don't take anything too seriously, especially if you're on a first or second date. They're still functioning as a team; they're still serving a greater good. James Bamford directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti and written by Marc Guggenheim & Wendy Mericle.