What if you could change the outcome of one of your greatest regrets? Would you do it? What if Kara could go back and tell Lena the truth before Lex had a chance to? Well when the fifth dimensional imp Mxyzptlk is involved literally anything could happen. Get your bucket of popcorn and pull up a chair as we are snapped in an out of alternative realities.
What a creative way to take us through 100 high flying adventures with Supergirl while also exploring one of her greatest regrets. Each time she told the truth things just kept getting worse and worse. Culminating in a Lena Luthor that was a sort of dictator over National City. There was also a scenario where telling the truth cost Kara her life. It was heartbreaking to see Alex existing without her. Proof of what we always say the sisters are the heart of the show.
In this landmark episode we are able to revisit some of the exciting moments that shaped our storyline over the last five years. The moments that have influenced our characters and made them who they are today. I believe Kara is learning that no magic trick can heal the rift in her relationship with Lena. She can not snap her fingers and change the past. She does however have complete control of her decisions going forward.
Supergirl is very strong but she can not break the will of a Luthor who feels she has been wronged. All Kara can do is make it clear that she wants to repair their friendship. She wants to move away from the past and be forgiven. Can Kara persuade Lena to come back to team Supergirl? Can she save her from getting manipulated by her brother? Lex has made it clear he will only be on Lena’s side as long as it serves himself. We have to tune in in two weeks to see what happens next.
In celebration of Supergirl’s 100th episode Silver Vox and I wanted to create something for you to thank you for over 100 episodes of Maid of Steel. Without all your wonderful feedback over the years we would not still be here talking about our favorite Kryptonian.
Our Superfriends all have a twelfth level intellect like Brainy I just know it. Answer these questions about our favorite high flying heroine for a chance to win some Supergirl themed prizes.
- When did the character of supergirl first appear in the comics?
- Where did supergirl’s pod go that made her land on Earth so long after her cousin?
- Where did the refugees from Krypton set up a new city?
- Where did Kara grow up once she made it to Earth?
- Which of Supergirls’ relatives were imprisoned in Fort Rozz?
- Where does Kara work?
- When did the Supergirl television show premiere?
- Who handles alien threats in National City?
- What is the key to the Fortress of Solitude made out of?
- What century is Brainy from?
- Who is Wynn’s Dad?
- What year did Helen Slater (aka Eliza Danvers) play the character of supergirl?
- What is the name of Silver Vox’s furry companion?
Will Supergirl Win Back Lena’s Loyalty?
- Yes (63%, 5 Votes)
- No (38%, 3 Votes)
Total Voters: 8
Cougar’s Comic Corner
Written by Mike Andreyko Released October 9, 2019
As Supergirl gets drawn deeper into Leviathan’s plans and the search for her foster parents, the newly sentient Brainiac-1 drone realizes the one thing he needs to unlock the power of millennia of Kryptonian science is the Girl of Steel herself! With her focus on her Earth family, will the distraction make her an easy target for the mad A.I.? And how will Leviathan respond as she gets closer and closer to their plans?
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LENA MOVES FORWARD WITH NON NOCERE – Lex tasks Supergirl with protecting Andrea from an anti-tech extremist, but his nefarious purpose goes beyond merely keeping Andrea alive. Meanwhile, Lena moves forward with Non Nocere, with Lex’s help. Gregory Smith directed the episode with story by Lindsay Sturman and teleplay by Emilio Ortega Aldrich & Chandler Smidt
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