- Oct 29, 2017
If they didn't mention it I'm not sure I would've recognized that it was Chyler Leigh there...
Lena: HOW DARE YOU TRY TO LEARN YOUR LESSON AND BE A BETTER FRIENDI almost laughed out loud at that Supergirl/Lena conversation:
SG: "I'm sorry for lying to you (i.e. not outing my secret identity sooner)."
No, "Sorry for pretending to be your friend so I could steal dangerous tech, and sorry for trying to mind control the entire world, which I still plan to do."
Nope, crickets. If they were planning to pad out this feud for sooooo long, they should have made the reason for it more substantial.
I agree, I think Kara is definitely the strongest of it all her enthusiasm and charm and chemistry with everyone is what sells everything that show wants to do.
I forgot about that
Dream energy that the gauntlets in her gloves allow her to focus and fire.. Or whatever plot related bullshit the writers come up with. Like that time she stopped a tidal wave from hitting the city, but she can barely take people out with it.
I like how she can see the future, has astral projection, can go into people's dreams and read their minds, has precognition which means she shouldn't lose any fight ever, but spends the whole time Dreamforce blasting people.
LOL that tidal wave, how the hell does someone firing *anything* at one spot on the wave stop something that's hundreds of miles long?
Well Dr Strange used magic to to stop a wave by telekinesis
No reason telekinesis, magic or flash freezing it shouldn't work. Firing dream waves in one spot is pretty damn stupid.
This is pretty much the episode's smallest problem with tidal waves. I don't think dream energy (or whatever the nonsense term the series uses) is meant to be an actual physical force, I think it's meant to be dreams manifesting in the real world and effecting their own fulfilment, and, as a bonus, also somehow radiating in the light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. So Dreamer isn't really firing anything at the wave, she's kind of just wishing so hard that it stops existing that it really does stop existing.
Leaving Los Angeles cost us a lot of fun characters.They should do an episode where they bring back the multiple characters they just completely dropped and never mentioned again.
I love that Lois' sister and father when recurring characters in the first season but I don't think they've been mentioned a single time since, even after actually introducing Lois.