>A standoff ensues between the DEO and Astra's forces also Non kidnaps Hank, while Kara tries to refute Cat's allegations that she's Supergirl.
>This show was stupid. Has it gotten better?
Yeah, it's improved a lot since the Livewire episode. Less hamfisted and there's been some really good character development.
>What can you say to sell me on the show?
Hank Henshaw is actually
I read blackmail but thought black male
The mid-season finale ended on a really fucking good cliffhanger, I'm excited to see what happens now.
>Unless he has secret superpowers you're not telling me about!
It crossed my mind earlier today that she might come to the conclusion that knowing compromises her relationship with both Supergirl and Kara and decides to remain willfully ignorant. It's bullshit and I hope it or something like it doesn't happen, but it would be funny to see people flip out over it.
Reminder that the white guy is both Benoist's real-life husband and is going to play Cat's secret son and Kara's midterm love interest on the show.
Can we have more Secret Adventures of Martian Manhunter in this show? Please
That's pretty fucking brutal regardless of who they're using it on.
But yeah Alura is still definitely not a nice person, but you can acknowledge someone's a villain and still think that literal torture is wrong.
>Every minute you waste in here means a person who's not getting saved out there!
it's kind of sad that i can see how this cat plot will end.
j'onn will reveal himself to kara, shapeshift into her as supergirl and cat will see supergirl outside while kara is inside at the same time.
Yeah, that's a twist I was not expecting. Usually when the supervisor finds out an underling has superpowers, they don't want them to leave their sight. This is the first where the supervisor wants them to go off full time.
>You have to transform!
YOU FUCKING IDIOT
SHE HAS SUPER-HEARING
Did this show really have "white male privilege" as a villain? Also, why is Jimmy Olson a down-to-earth guy? That's the last thing Jimmy Olson should be. Why didn't they just make Jimmy Olson the white awkward guy and the other guy a new character, like Diggle?
I was legitimately asking. The instant I heard it, I rolled my eyes and deleted the recording because the dialogue was hamfisted anyway. But seriously, I just don't get why they made Jimmy Olson a sociable guy. I don't care about his skin color, it just doesn't make sense to me.
Oh, ok then. To be honest, I don't know too much about Superman characters. I just thought that the writers were just being edgy with the source material to say it's "completely different unlike anything you've ever seen".
Thanks for updating me.
instant message Clark is best Clark
>I learned it from you
>literally never says a word to her when they meet in person
>only shows up for Christmas and Thanksgiving and maybe if Kara's about to die sometimes or osmething
So this show got a lot better than I thought it would get, but the line "Why, because she's a girl? That's exactly what we're counting on!" in the first episode still annoys the crap out of me.
Even ignoring the forced feminism of it, it makes absolutely no sense in context. Why was the fact that she was a girl a trait that they were counting on for her to be able to defeat the villain? I'm pretty sure her Kryptonian powers had more of a hand in her victory in that fight, not her fucking gender.