After spinning its wheels for a couple of episodes, Supergirl gets right back on track with this anger-themed instalment...
This review contains spoilers.
We're back in the correct timeline on Supergirl after a couple of weeks of muddled chronology, and thankfully this episode is more like some of the show's stronger efforts than last week's pretty underwhelming How Does She Do It? It's finally building up enough momentum for its thematic elements to evolve beyond the basic, kid-friendly messaging that's been present since the pilot, and that's more apparent than ever in Red-Faced.
The issue of the week that Kara must overcome is anger, and how she expresses that anger at work, in her personal life and out in the field as Supergirl. After scaring some kids while saving them from a dangerous driver and exploding at Cat after a particularly harsh slew of criticisms, Kara decides (or,