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We don't find out much of any info about dude this episode but you can bet your bottom Brainiac that this is one of the first times that Supergirl blatantly yet smoothly set up a storyline for deeper into the season.
The move away from so much time spent with Linda Danvers, the secret identity of Supergirl, chatting with Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart) helped move this series from being a soap opera with a female hero to a much better action series.
Alright, so this is a show about Supergirl, but let's make this thing clear from the start: Tyler Hoechlin is the best live-action Man of Steel since the sorely underrated Dean Cain hung up his tights.
The point is/was that it's nice that Supergirl doesn't lament about no boys in her life and doesn't fall into the traps of her running into battles on tilt because a boy that she could throw into the stratosphere forgot her birthday.
Kara is more in line with other female lead characters on CW shows, such as the acclaimed shows Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. However, Supergirl as a superhero protagonist is a smooth fit with the CW's bigger hits, The Flash and Arrow.