Supergirl (2015– )
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Supergirl goes on high alert when a new villain comes to National City. Meanwhile, Winn's new girlfriend Lyra gets him in trouble with the law and the Music Meister attacks.


John Medlen


Jerry Siegel (based on characters created by), Joe Shuster (based on characters created by) | 6 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Melissa Benoist ... Kara Danvers / Supergirl
Mehcad Brooks ... James Olsen / Guardian
Chyler Leigh ... Alex Danvers
Jeremy Jordan ... Winn Schott
Floriana Lima ... Maggie Sawyer
Chris Wood ... Mon-El
David Harewood ... J'onn J'onzz
Teri Hatcher ... Rhea
Darren Criss ... Music Meister
Tamzin Merchant ... Lyra Strayd
Kevin Sorbo ... Lar Gand
Lauren Jackson ... Handmaiden
Graham Parkhurst Graham Parkhurst ... Bastian
Tom Walsh Tom Walsh ... Stage Manager
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Natasha Burnett ... Supreme #1


A new villain (guest star Teri Hatcher) comes to National City, putting Supergirl on high alert. Meanwhile, Winn's girlfriend, Lyra, gets Winn in trouble with the law. Maggie attempts to help Winn but old loyalties get in the way. The Music Meister attacks Supergirl.

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Release Date:

20 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Teri Hatcher (Rhea) previously played Lois Lane in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993). Dean Cain (Jeremiah Danvers) played Clark Kent / Superman on the series. See more »


Lar Gand: Where's that appetite of yours? Aren't you happy to see us?
Mon-El: Of course, of course I am.
Rhea: Or have you been distracted by Kryptonians in capes since you fled Daxam?
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To be continued on The Flash (2014) See more »


References Game of Thrones (2011) See more »


Let It All Go
Performed by Birdy & Rhodes
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Funny Face
21 March 2017 | by Thomas DrufkeSee all my reviews

As was the case with the mid-season crossover, the first part of the musical crossover with Flash wasn't really a crossover at all. In fact, it was yet another instance where they just threw the tease in at the end of the episode so that we would tune in for The Flash episode the next night. For people like myself that already watch The Flash, that made for a bit of a disappointing episode.

With that said, I never would have thought I enjoyed a Winn story more than the main arc of the episode, especially considering it centered around his underdeveloped girlfriend. Having him get conned into stealing artwork by his own girlfriend? Yeah that accentuated just how lame of a character he is. But this plot also provided some more cool team-up fights between Guardian, Alex, and Maggie's crew. Wow, I never thought I'd be saying cool in the same sentence as Guardian. But it was honestly a solidly crafted episode in terms of the action.

On the other hand, the weekly romance problems between Mon-El and Kara is getting really frustrating. I understand that she's upset with him not telling her about his Daxum history, but to once again break off the relationship was just lazy. She claims that love is hard and needs work, but refuses to ever put forth that work. Even though I'm not a huge fan of the character, Mon-El clearly approaches the relationship in a more realistic and mature way. I'm tired of complaining about the romance week to week, especially considering it started off feeling cute and refreshing.

So we got the end tag with the Music Meister, played by Benoist's Glee co-star Darren Criss, sending Kara into a dreamy version of Earth-1? It definitely didn't feel entirely cohesive with the rest of the episode, but a nice tease for the Flash episode nonetheless. In all, I was not impressed with the Daxum subplot, but somewhat entertained by the Winn storyline. Quite a shock, indeed.

+Winn's story was entertaining

+Action/team-up fights

-Kara & Mon-El's relationship stuff


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