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Laurie Metcalf's welcome cameo is not the only highlight of "Schott Through the Heart," an episode that grows darkly emotional while still exercising the trusted Supergirl sense of fun.
A great episode to return with. It expertly blended emotion, humor and canon. It also was a tremendous showcase for Jordan's Winn, who deserves more time to shine.
Here's a sentence I never thought I'd be able to write: The big Laurie Metcalf episode of Supergirl has finally arrived!
Jeremy Jordan killed it with his performance.
While the return episode isn't quite as Worldkiller-heavy as I might expect, it still packs an emotional wallop to bring us back with a bang.
This was a fun episode. I love the Toymaker -- even if he is technically dead. And Laurie Metcalf is a national treasure, so I love that it is now canon that she is Winn's mom.
Supergirl is back after a (too long!) hiatus with "Schott Through the Heart," a surprisingly dark and emotional episode that throws us full-force back into the emotional lives of our favorite characters.
There was plenty of strong character drama to go around, and the episode managed to succeed despite this disappointing new take on a classic Superman villain.
This episode benefited from a relatively light touch with the Danvers sisters' love lives, especially Kara's.
[Laurie Metcalf's] presence pretty much automatically elevated "Schott Through the Heart" above par. Supergirl doesn't let her go to waste either
Supergirl's return wasn't exceptional, but it was good.