This just in, ladies: You can have it all. A career, a man, friends, family, unconventional hobbies, volunteer work … it’s all within your reach. All you have to do is slack at the office, ignore your friends, send mixed signals to your love interests, and most of all: Make it all about you!
Gather round, Super-Keteers, cuz we’re gonna learn an lesson about letting your enemies get away, yelling at your friends when they try to play with you but you don’t want them to, high fiving your crush after they shoot you down, and most importantly, that vegan ice cream is disgusting.
Welcome back from winter hiatus, Superfans! While we were gone from National City, Alex and what’s-her-cop officially changed their status to “in a relationship,” Kara and Snapper settled into a norm of mutually disdainful respect, and commonplace jewel thieves in masks started carrying flame throwers in their getaway vans.
Happy Thanksgiving, Superfans! I hope you weren’t too excited about the big crossover event, cuz you may have blinked and missed it. So many plotlines to wedge into this episode, it looks like they forgot all the other shows.
Dean Cain sighting this week, you guys! And he’s doing pretty well. CADMUS seems to have given him the run of the place, and he’s spent the better part of the last fifteen years slinking around the back halls in a hoodie.
You guys, remember to stop global warming, OK? Stop reading a bunch of dumb pop culture stuff on the Internet and power down your computer, because if the polar ice caps keep melting like this, who knows what else is gonna pop up out of them and kill us all?
What was your favorite part of this week’s SG episode? Alex’s clunky and uncomfortable non-coming out? The secret weapon that can somehow hurt Supergirl? Or was it James’ out-of-nowhere decision to suddenly become low-budget Batman? Let’s dive right in.
It’s a nesting doll of secret identities within secret identities this week, as Hank finds a new friend — or does he? Mon-El debates the pros and cons of becoming a superhero, and Alex almost develops two-dimensional qualities.