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Supergirl S3E23 Review: “Battles Lost and Won”

Finale it’s the Season Finally! Wait, was that confusing? So is this episode. Things happen, few of which make logical sense, except perhaps James’s decision to come out as Iron Man/Guardian.

Trish Matson with David Schaub


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Supergirl S3E22 Review: “Make it Reign”

While discussing the penultimate episode of season three, our hosts are flummoxed by Sam’s seeming Kryptonian as Reign but Human as Sam nature, since she totally came from Krypton as far as anyone can tell. What did the Goth Powerpuff Girls do to her?

Trish Matson with Brianna Taeuber


Supergirl S3E21 Review: “Not Kansas”

The Supercast crew is very pro-Murderbot as long as they’re just interrupting potential love triangles. Our panel is also quite underwhelmed by yet another CW show attempting to solve gun violence in one episode, especially given that the DEO moving to non-lethal weapons very much depends on the definition of non-lethal for different alien species.

Trish Matson with David Schaub, Brianna Taeuber and Alan Yu


Supergirl S3E20 Review: “Dark Side of the Moon”

Back with another installment of Alex lies to Ruby, in an episode that shows Reign can actually border on interesting, and that Kara’s mom is still alive but not a hugger. And Winn and Ruby bond over having supervillain parents.

Trish Matson with Brianna Taeuber and David Schaub


Supergirl S3E19 Review: “The Fanatical”

Once again the questionable tactics of lying to one’s friends, or lying to protect one’s friends, is discussed, along with (gasp) an actual good reason for James to want to be Guardian. And there’s a weird cult with funky rocks that create Worldkillers. Because that makes sense.

Trish Matson with Brianna Taeuber


Supergirl S3E18 Review: “Shelter from the Storm”

Much discussion this week about how deception is maybe, just maybe, the wrong policy most of the time, especially when talking to the daughter of a supervillain. And Supergirl continues to cede the moral high ground to Lena in the “No one should be allowed to have Kryptonite” debate.

David Schaub with Brianna Taeuber


Supergirl S3E17 Review: “Trinity”

It’s all Super Science and Meanwhiles this week on the podcast as an eclipse for some reason affects Supergirl more than night does. Lena is suddenly mistrusted again because she used (gasp!) Kryptonite to contain Reign. Supergirl hates exercise! James chooses Lena over Supergirl. Winn gives Alex a Supersuit with magnets!

Trish Matson with David Schaub


Supergirl S3E16 Review: “Of Two Minds”

Team Supergirl is out to stop Pestilence, while Lena works to determine how to remove Reign from Sam. You know, by electrocuting her repeatedly. Meanwhile, social media evidently doesn’t exist in the future.

Trish Matson with David Schaub, Brianna Taeuber and Michael Gabriel


Supergirl S3E15 Review: “In Search of Lost Time”

M’yrnn J’onzz attempts to mend his failing mental faculties but succeeds in putting the whammy on most of the DEO. Kara learns some cape-fu from Mon El but gives vent to a lot of her problems with him, under the influence(?) of the whammy. And Lena tries to find the dividing line between Sam and Reign.

David Schaub with Brianna Taeuber and Deanna Chapman


Supergirl S3E14 Review: “Schott Through the Heart”

Supergirl is finally back, and under discussion this week are evolving Worldkillers, killer toys, Pa J’onzz’s deteriorating mental faculties, and Team Supergirl’s skills at Karaoke.

Trish Matson with David Schaub


Supergirl S3E13 Review: “Both Sides Now”

Team Supergirl goes after Purity with all the subtlety of Johnny Weir’s hair! The show gets a villian who’s as interesting as her alter-ego for a change, Mon-El and Imra carry the CW drama for the week, and Alex seems to be prone to drastic changes in behavior from one scene to the next.

Trish Matson with David Schaub and Jess Viator


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