stinamadsreads 7:00:00 AM
One of Superman's enemies is gunning for Supergirl, whose powers are tested when the formidable Reactron arrives in National City; at the same time, Cat makes plans to run an exposé on the young hero.
AIRED: November 9, 2015
RATING: 4 ★★★★✩ Excellent!
While Kara is feeling like she's finally starting to prove herself, she still feels like no one truly believes in her and her ability to get the job done. She feels like people are judging her abilities based on her cousin's wins and losses and not on her own abilities. But she ends up proving to everyone that she can achieve things that even Superman couldn't.
Am I the only one who is kind of annoyed with these half glimpses of Superman? I know that this is Supergirl's story, but I don't see why they don't just show him. It's not like he's around long enough to make you think it's not a story about Supergirl.
While Maxwell Lord appeared in an earlier episode, he makes his full episode debut in this episode. He's definitely an interesting character and Peter Facinelli does an amazing job portraying him. It was really terrible of him to credit is rescue to Superman, when it was Kara that saved him. I'm interested to see why he seems to have it out for her.
The ending of this episode was both heartbreaking and heart warming. When Lucy Lane comes to town to see James, Kara learns about their past and Lucy's intention to try and get him back. But then Kara get an instant message from Clark that really just warms your heart.
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