Stargirl (2020– )
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Shining Knight 

Courtney's life gets turned upside down when someone from her past arrives in Blue Valley. Meanwhile, Pat uncovers new information about the ISA's plan and Jordan makes a surprising discovery at work.

Director:

Jennifer Phang

Writers:

Geoff Johns ("Courtney Whitmore" created for DC by), Lee Moder ("Courtney Whitmore" created for DC by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brec Bassinger ... Courtney Whitmore / Stargirl
Yvette Monreal ... Yolanda Montez / Wildcat
Anjelika Washington ... Beth Chapel / Dr. Mid-Nite
Cameron Gellman ... Rick Tyler / Hourman
Trae Romano ... Mike Dugan
Neil Jackson ... Jordan Mahkent
Christopher James Baker ... Henry King Sr. / Brainwave
Amy Smart ... Barbara Whitmore
Luke Wilson ... Pat Dugan / S.T.R.I.P.E.
Geoff Stults ... Sam Kurtis
Mark Ashworth ... Janitor Justin / Shining Knight
Nelson Lee ... Dr. Shiro Ito / Dragon King
Hina X. Khan ... Anaya Bowin / The Fiddler (as Hina Khan)
Ashley Winfrey ... Jenny Williams
Jasun Jabbar Wardlaw Jr. ... Brian Tanner Balloid (as Jasun Jabbar)
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Storyline

Courtney meets her biological father while having second thoughts about being a hero after Henry's death. Brainwave regains his memories and tells Jordan Stargirl's secret identity, and Barbara has second thoughts about leaving Blue Valley. Written by Gislef

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TV-PG
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Trivia

The image used in Courtney's locket is a photoshopped image of Joel McHale (Sylvester Pemberton). Geoff's casting took place after the locket image was created and production rolled with the image being a bad one of Geoff since the photoshopped image of Joel resembled Geoff enough. See more »

Quotes

Beth Chapel: Wait, are you, like, from the past?
Janitor Justin: From the time of knights and dragons.
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Connections

References Royal Wedding (1951) See more »

Soundtracks

Pretty Vegas
Performed by INXS
(uncredited)
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Nope still a pile of teen drama codswallop
8 August 2020 | by gareth-75442See all my reviews

The only plus for this episode is exactly the same as all the episodes before, Luke Wilson, apart from Neil Jackson Wilson is by far the standout actor in this show with the rest of the cast being pretty much amateurish at best. The storyline/plot is almost comatose, lacklustre writing goes hand in hand with lack of imagination, action scenes laced with cgi are merely pointless eyecandy with little to zero interaction between characters in costume or civilian clothes, endless moping & squabbling of the so called heroes makes for repetitive & boring viewing, clear indication the writers of this show have no idea how to handle this genre & so chose the safe option of teen drama,11 episodes & still no one has been saved or rescued no crime has been thwarted & no her has emerged. "Stargirl" a cosplay comedy at best.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

27 July 2020 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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