Supergirl struggles to decide whether or not to obey the President's orders regarding Rhea's latest actions. Meanwhile, Cat Grant returns to National City.
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This is the first episode of the series to feature only Supergirl and not Kara Danvers. See more
It has been argued that concealing President Marsdin's identity is a violation of Article II, Section I of the United States Constitution, but that is disregarding the show's firm establishment of the Multi-Verse being a reality. In other words, the above argument only hold true if the show was taking place on *our* Earth! Besides, The Flash takes place in the same Multi-Verse where it has been firmly established that Supergirl's Earth is a different one. If anything, the most logical probability is that _neither_ is *our* Earth, if not but for factual/historical discrepancies such as this very case (which occur on both shows). It's important to note, however, that the Article is said to be in effect in the comic books, as it is used to explain why Superman or Supergirl could not be elected president. See more
"Good Evening National City, its Cat Grant. Yes, I've been away for a while but I'm back. Now I can imagine that you're feeling afraid and feeling like your world is spinning out of control but, believe me, you have power and right now you have a job to do. Resist. Resist these invaders with everything you've got. They come with empty promises and closed fists. They promise to make our world great again and yet they know nothing about the people that make this world great. They think they can ...
References Independence Day