And another week in which Supergirl he just plays the pieces and does not develop his plot. The series starts to get repetitive and unsalted, even if we are enchanted by these characters.
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Menagerie introduces the plot well, it is a symbiote that enters the body of a thief, and after it causes numerous problems, as the hostess wants jewels, and the symbiote only the hearts of humans, she becomes the target of the Children of Liberty.
And now son means son, Ben’s son was given the role of clearing his name and he did it by trying to kill Menagerie, and to show the population that they need the free Agent of Freedom, fighting for humans.
From this point we have 2 plots.
Nia Nal, who was in mourning and talked to Brainy, when seeing in sleep that Kara needs her, decides to put on her uniform and become the heroine that her mother expected. Their union was cute, and I liked the way she calls Brainy for a date.
And the other is the government, through Haley, going to talk to Lena Luthor about her metahuman project, created through Harun El. Her involvement with the government and seeing that everything can cause problems, in addition to the ethical divisions that she and James end up having it, it makes their relationship end.
So we have humans creating more hatred for the aliens, Lena creating weapons and everything mixing in a moment when Kara is weakened by her relationship with Alex being a bomb.
Alex without memory ends up leaving Kara without action in countless moments, because he needs to hide his identity from her. The two focus on amenities, such as Alex wanting a relationship, children, and running away from Becca, a date he had.
Supergirl now you need to find yourself and move your plots better, to get out of this slope…