Supergirl S5 |OT| Good Looking Pants - 9/8c on The CW

makonero

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Oct 27, 2017
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I just want them to bring Mon-El back as a regular and use Crisis as an excuse to revert him back to the fun character he was in season 2. The decision to change his character so drastically in season 3 was one of the worst things in the Arrowverse.
Blame all the folks that saw him as an affront to feminism and campaigned against him

I really liked him in season 3. It sucks they buckled under fan pressure.
 

ZeoVGM

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Oct 25, 2017
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So I just realized something that I haven't seen a single person mention.

In part 2 of Crisis, Lex transports Clark, Lois and Iris away back to the Waverider before showing up to try and kill Smallville-Clark. He can't believe that on this Earth, Clark Kent is Superman because on his Earth, Clark Kent "can't see past his own glasses."

... But he just transported his Clark to the Waverider.

Wouldn't Lex question why his Clark is hanging around on the Waverider?
 

ZeroX

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Oct 25, 2017
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Speed Force
So I just realized something that I haven't seen a single person mention.

In part 2 of Crisis, Lex transports Clark, Lois and Iris away back to the Waverider before showing up to try and kill Smallville-Clark. He can't believe that on this Earth, Clark Kent is Superman because on his Earth, Clark Kent "can't see past his own glasses."

... But he just transported his Clark to the Waverider.

Wouldn't Lex question why his Clark is hanging around on the Waverider?
Yeah I noticed that

Anyway the answer is speed force
 

PHOENIXZERO

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Oct 29, 2017
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So I just realized something that I haven't seen a single person mention.

In part 2 of Crisis, Lex transports Clark, Lois and Iris away back to the Waverider before showing up to try and kill Smallville-Clark. He can't believe that on this Earth, Clark Kent is Superman because on his Earth, Clark Kent "can't see past his own glasses."

... But he just transported his Clark to the Waverider.

Wouldn't Lex question why his Clark is hanging around on the Waverider?
Lex isn't the most mentally sound person. Even in the comics, well old ones he had a machine or something (can't remember) that deduced that Clark was Superman but he refused to believe a god would lower himself to live among meer mortals.
 

Platy

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Oct 25, 2017
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So I just realized something that I haven't seen a single person mention.

In part 2 of Crisis, Lex transports Clark, Lois and Iris away back to the Waverider before showing up to try and kill Smallville-Clark. He can't believe that on this Earth, Clark Kent is Superman because on his Earth, Clark Kent "can't see past his own glasses."

... But he just transported his Clark to the Waverider.

Wouldn't Lex question why his Clark is hanging around on the Waverider?
Which super heroes are Lois and Iris? xD
 

DangerMouse

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Oct 25, 2017
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Oh yeah I forgot Brainy got that advice that he needs to cooperate with Lex for the time being.

"It's the one advantage they have over me"
LOL
 

DangerMouse

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Oct 25, 2017
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LOL Lena, you thought you could shield a phone from him
LOL Lex


Oh what's her name's going for the double cross play.
 
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Lotus

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Oct 25, 2017
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This season continues to just not work for me at all, even with Lex being back. The technology theme is stupid (virtual eating provides nutrients... really) and they frankly should've used Crisis as an opportunity to scrap the Leviathan plotline.

William's a bore, and I think the will they/won't they thing they're pulling with Kara is actually more annoying than just having them be together already.

I don't really understand Brainy at all, this whole thing where he's working against the team falls flat for me, especially since it's tied to Leviathan.

Post-Crisis managed to get me back into Batwoman, but nothing's changed for me regarding this season of Supergirl, and I don't think it can recover.
 

SilentMike03

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Oct 27, 2017
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This season continues to just not work for me at all, even with Lex being back. The technology theme is stupid (virtual eating provides nutrients... really) and they frankly should've used Crisis as an opportunity to scrap the Leviathan plotline.

William's a bore, and I think the will they/won't they thing they're pulling with Kara is actually more annoying than just having them be together already.

I don't really understand Brainy at all, this whole thing where he's working against the team falls flat for me, especially since it's tied to Leviathan.
100% with this.

I just had this episode kinda on in the background. This season is just so... uninspired.
 

Joni

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Oct 27, 2017
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The writers knew Crisis was going to happen, so they could have cemented Leviathan by having them destroy National City, or South America, ... You know, something that made them seem unstoppable. Crisis would have undone the damage, but would have given the characters a reason to be so gungho on Leviathan.
 

Skeeter49

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Oct 25, 2017
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Hopefully Leviathon 2.0 is more threatening, but they need to start hitting hard with Leviathon if they want us to give any type of fucks.
 

raYne_07

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Oct 27, 2017
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Hopefully Leviathon 2.0 is more threatening, but they need to start hitting hard with Leviathon if they want us to give any type of fucks.
Leviathon is the new Cicada.

"Yeah, the first one sucks.. but this one though.. This is the real threat"
"But this one also sucks"

edit:
Just finished the ep. Virtual food sustenance? Jesus Christ. And William is awful even when they're trying to make him charming. This entire plan is bad and the writers/showrunners should feel bad.

double edit:
Brainey with the "LEROOOY JEEEENNKINNNSS" lmfao
 
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caliph95

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Oct 25, 2017
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I would say computer lad is the dumbest legion name

But the legion of superheroes has really dumb superheroes and really dumb names