This week on the Collider Supergirl recap show, Kaori Takee, Clarke Wolfe, John Rocha and David Griffin catch up on the hit CBS series discussing tonight’s all new episode.
Last week, we learned that Maxwell Lord was up to no good yet again, creating a woman in a lab that looked awfully close to Kara… This week she rose, a combination of human and Kryptonian DNA, and took the form of Bizarro-girl, reporting to her “lord,” Maxwell. Over at Cat Co, Cat Grant is oddly excited that Kara is headed out on a date with her formerly estranged son, Adam (Blake Jenner). But Bizarro stirring up trouble and doing it with Supergirl’s face has caused Kara to think twice about getting into a relationship.
Speaking of relationships, James Olsen appears to be struggling with his. Still attached to Lucy Lane, it’s becoming more and more challenging for him to ignore his feelings for Kara. When Bizarro lashes out attempting to harm the people Supergirl loves the most, James finds himself in the crossfire. Alex’s own semi-complicated relationship with Maxwell isn’t stopping her from going after the creator of National City’s latest threat with all the power of the DEO behind her while Kara is faced with challenging decisions of her own.
How did this episode stack up against the rest? What was that creepy alien creature lurking in Kara’s apartment? How long will Alex be allowed to hold Maxwell Lord in custody? We discuss all of this and lots more on this week’s episode of Collider Supergirl!
Supergirl returns with an all new episode next Monday, February 8 on CBS.
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