Morgan Edge accuses Lena of plotting an attempt on his life and Kara steps in to help her.Morgan Edge accuses Lena of plotting an attempt on his life and Kara steps in to help her.Morgan Edge accuses Lena of plotting an attempt on his life and Kara steps in to help her.
As a character, Sam has always been an interesting character and I've enjoyed the way they have presented her as unaware of the Reign persona. To me, the show has played its cards right in that vein and if all stays course, the reveal of Reign/Sam will be the best thing this show has ever done, much like the Reign/Supergirl fight from earlier this year.
However, most of the episode did focus on Lena and Morgan Edge's relationship and they are a less than stellar combination. Don't get me wrong, Edge is miles better than some of the other villains this show has given us, and Lena may be the most important addition to the show in the last few years, but I've never really cared for this conflict. Throw in Lillian Luthor and a predictably convoluted murder plot and you have yourself an hour of CW television. Although, I have to say, it didn't necessarily look the best CGI wise, but Lillian wearing the Lexosuit was a welcomed surprise.
That made up this week's Supergirl episode, in short of course. A failed murder plot, a couple of cool reveals (including Lena finding out Mon-El is alive?), and Supergirl figuring out who the next worldkiller may be. There isn't a whole lot of season 3 left, but were at a much better position than we were at this time last year.
- Jan 31, 2018