Season four showed that truth, justice and the American way are stronger than fear and hate, as Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) stopped Lex Luthor’s anti-alien campaign with the power of the press, no cape required. As the world returns to normal, some things will never be the same now that Lena (Kate McGrath) knows Kara’s secret and the Monitor has arrived on Earth 38! Watch, like Leviathan, as new dynamics and relationships unfold for Supergirl and her friends and colleagues as their adventures continue in season five!
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Has anyone else noticed that Supergirl /Kara's bangs make her look like Tayor Swift?
....but she's right tho
To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
Kara got a Tan! And like her cousin Superman, I didn't think she could. Because I don't think he does. Because of the way they take in the energy from the sun. Because I could see Melissa's Bikini straps on her shoulders in the episode. I don't know if they were expecting anyone to notice that. But I did. Melissa has a tan. and I liked her hair the other way! It's not bad, but I liked it better the she had it before.
Chica De Fuego
NO LA TENDRA NADA FACIL ,EN ESTA.
Chica De Fuego
So, of all the things that you can find dis-believable about a Superhero show, strangely one of the biggest failure to suspend belief bit in this episode was the crap about non-compete agreements. I know its a superhero show, and its CW. But this ONE thing set me off. So, being a news organization its likely most reporters would probably have an existing non-compete agreement. It's common in sales and other fields. But for a company to be sold, only to institute a new Non-Compete where none previously existed would be fall flat on its face in court. If one didn't exist, you would have to read, and sign the agreement. And considering how shocked they all were at the sale, I can't imagine anyone of them signed a non-compete without knowing what it was. If they had all walked as Olsen threatened, Cat-Co would have lost the legal fight to enforce a Non-Compete that an employee didn't sign, and didn't exist prior to the acquisition. I'm also frustrated by the melodramatic Lena/Kara betrayal bit. But thats not new. They've been drumming up that Drama well past its expiration for almost 3 seasons now.
One of my favorite show ever. If only they would make Supercorp endgame
Why they keep producing this goo?
Supergirl is now a lot more epic than ever this season!
Chuck Norris casually goes where no man has ever gone before.
I just realized, Kara has her hair down. Like, is she even trying to keep her identity a secret anymore?
Supergirl, Season 5 News
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