Supergirl he walks into his final moments and it’s great to see Eve Tessmacher gain prominence and leave the assistant to someone so out of it, crazy about Lex’s love and able to do everything for it.
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Lena and Kara’s trip to Kasnia served little purpose. It was a process for Lena to see who to trust and how Kara always misses a chance to tell her friend the truth, but it is certain that it will still cause many problems.
In the location where Lex hid things there is evidence of testing on aliens and Armtek, a technology company, created gadgets to copy alien powers, the same ones that were transferred from the DEO. Eve uses the power to multiply to take the wave from Kara and Lena, while feeling attacked when they say Lex doesn’t love her. Kara has yet to destroy evidence of Snowbird, who is her and still has her diary.
Far from it, Ben wants to take revenge on the alien who killed his wife, and they even expose themselves to Harun-El, gaining powers, but he is detained by Brainy, Dreamer and Mars Hunter, as well as members of the DEO who turn against him. Except that Ben’s biggest blow was seeing his son turn his back on him … Ben has no ground.
Alex gets a baby to adopt, having put his name in the adoption queue. And it is Kelly, James’s sister, who stays by her side to calm her down, since Kara is far away. The drama is interesting, but it could focus on other things within it.
In the end, Supergirl puts Kara with the president and she, with information that could end Lex and the government’s actions, ends up being threatened.