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Amazing Chemistry and Storytelling
This episode has got to be one of my favorites! The plots were nicely fleshed out and each pair of characters had great chemistry together. Kara and Lena being the focus of any episode makes it stand out, but this episode in particular was just written and executed so powerfully. The Alex and Kelly dynamic is growing on me as well, I look forward to more interaction. Brainy and Nia teaming up is always a wonderful thing to watch-- their budding romance is nice: taking its time and so far very healthy and respectful (unlike past Supergirl relationships). Additionally, it's always nice to have scenes of James and J'onn fighting for what's right. Not to mention, Eve has become a very entertaining villain! All in all, a fantastic episode.
The Stew (2019)
Well-acted, but terribly written.
Melissa and Carlos are incredibly talented, but the script didn't do the pair any favors. Toxic relationships aren't funny and should not be played off for humor. It's an old way of thinking, and it's time to move on from the mess that just reeks of Leonard Bernstein's failed operetta "Trouble in Tahiti."
Supergirl: Menagerie (2019)
Excellent team ups and break ups!
I'm loving the new dynamic between Kara and Nia -- it's nice that Supergirl finally has a mentee that respects her and wants to be a hero. Thank Rao, the writers have finally stopped torturing the fanbase with the nonsensical and chemistry-less relationship that was Lena/James. Both characters are great, but certainly not with each other -- it never made sense and seemed way too forced. As a plus, I loved the Danvers sisters interaction, as always. Great episode!
Supergirl: Parasite Lost (2018)
James consistently disappoints
This episode could have been great, but was so overshadowed by James Olsen's ego and chemistry-less relationship with Lena that I couldn't focus on anything else. He's playing right into Agent Liberty's hands and refuses to listen to the smart women in his life. It's annoying and I wish the show would just focus on Kara, Alex, J'onn, Lena, Nia, Brainy, Manchester Black (where did he go this ep?? his intro was so cool last ep), literally ANYONE else. James is just annoying dead weight at this point, and he's dragging Lena and the show down with him.
Supergirl: Damage (2017)
Supercorp for the Win!!
The relationship between Kara and Lena continues to be the healthiest portrayal of friendship, love, and support on the entire CW. The romantic undertones are also paralleling the Clark/Lois pairing so, SO well. Very exciting, I can't wait to see what's next for this iconic duo.