"Previously on" pops up. Oh. It's a James episode. Oh god. Even the people he saves don't want him around.
Tbh it was probably him at his best, but it's still a complete nonsense/dead end story line (which they seem to recognize here). I feel sorry for the actor, but the writers have no idea what to do with his character
Pinched from elsewhere
"My name is James Olsen, and I'm Catco's ace photographer. When I was working a scene, my camera was run over. To the outside world, I'm just a guy with a broken camera, and a bunch of other cameras, but secretly I beat the crap out of D-List criminals, in the name of my broken camera. I am the Guardian."
Overall a pretty good episode and set up though. Chills at Mon-El's "Did you learn..."
Not sure they "stuck the landing" with that finale. Lena is really stupidl
We put lead in the atmosphere but it totally won't be bad for humans.
It looked spectacular for a TV show with a small budget - they did amazing.
I just don't think the narrative beats worked as well as the action...hard with so much going on - but there's few of the "hell yeah" fist bump bits as the story pays off (like Cat's moments last time). Disappointing after a strong season - but it was still good.
Cat knows! Zod was included in a way that makes sense! Mon-El is gone...but not done? The world's most out of the blue proposal!
‘Supergirl’: Erica Durance To Take Over Alura Role From Laura Benanti
Smallville alumna Erica Durance is set as a recurring in the CW’s Supergirl. She’s taking over the Alura role from Laura Benanti, who has played the character since the pilot.
“Unfortunately Laura, who Greg and I have worked with for years going back to Eli Stone, was unable to continue in the role due to work commitments in NY,” said executive producer Andrew Kreisberg. “But we are so blessed that Erica has come aboard to offer her own interpretation of Kara’s mother. We had tremendous success with a former Lois Lane last season with Teri Hatcher. We know Erica will continue the proud tradition of legacy actors joining our shows and creating new and exciting takes on classic DC characters.”