coltonlhaynes: Happy Birthday my partner in crime @emilybett . Cheers to many more adventures. It's rare when someone comes in to ur life that just gets you and adds endless joy. To many more trips around the world, therapy hikes, life changing encounters, "London":), & to seeing every cat there is in existence together :)
katiecassidyHAPPY BIRTHDAY to this beauty @emilybett Your welcome 😘
On what are Felicity's goals now that she got the man she loves:“I think that when she sort of left this world behind her that she wasn’t necessarily aware of how much she was going to be miss it and that is going to be the next big challenge for her. She is also testing what this relationship [with Oliver] is going to be as well, to a certain extent, because Oliver has promised now, a 1000 times, ‘We can do this now, I’m OK, I have let go of some things and maybe now is our time, it’s going to work.’ And maybe she is thinking. ‘I’m missing something. What am I missing?'”
On whether or not Felicity and Oliver work better as a couple or as friends: “I don’t know if it’s necessarily working better in a relationship. I do think that if they give it a fair shot and be honest to each other and trust each other, I think that’s a beautiful union. But Oliver has had a hard time trusting [in things], and I think it has made Felicity having a harder time trusting because you are with someone that you care for and that you love, and sometimes you can be in love with somebody and not be with them. That is always a hard pill to swallow.
On Felicity's constant crying: "I feel like she went through a year that wasn't necessarily her favorite. I agree. I feel like she lost a little bit of her strength to a certain extent. I think she got burned a couple too many times, and then found herself in situations she wasn't exactly sure she wanted to be in or if she was being true to herself between Ray [Palmer] and between Oliver [Queen], and if she was giving enough time to what she truly wanted. And then we throw her mom in there. And we get mom to really tell the truth. And that's kind of what happens, and you end up sobbing."
On what she wants from her character next season: "Hopefully, she gets funnier again because I don't want to see her crying all of the time. It was a big disappointment to me to have her crying a lot — because one thing I love about Felicity so much is that she's so strong and independent and sticks to her guns and is true to herself. And that is something I admire about her. I think she was true to herself last year, but I just don't know if she necessarily knew what she was doing was authentic and she was trying to find it."
On what Felicity and Oliver's relationship will be like: "It's going to be very velveteen, sensuous. We kind of get to see them in their life as a couple, which'll be really nice, which is what I wanted, so I'm happy about that."