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"Make it Reign" begins a satisfying closing arc for one character while juggling a preponderance of plot points -- some of which are decidedly more involving than others.
So far as penultimate episodes go "Let it Reign" is more function than intrigue, but M'rnn's arc nearing its close isn't the only thing the episode has to offer.
When it came to defending the joint, Alex did most of the heavy lifting, utilizing every function of her new suit as she nearly singlehandedly fended off the coven.
Mon-El's feelings appear to be all in on Kara, but there has to be a resolution for him and Imra first. They are still married, and that needs to be respected.
The memories are a small comfort, but the detail in which there are preserved will allow M'rynn to live on.
"Make It Reign" most struggles to blend its sci-fi and fantasy elements with Selena and her fellow Dark Kryptonians.
This week's episode was infinitely better. And yet, it was also a thousand plots a minute.
Kryptonian witches are mean.
Coville was an interesting character, and the hints scattered throughout the season that he would play a larger role in the season-long arc were enticing. Unfortunately, his appearance he doesn't live up to that promise.
So, we spend a substantial portion of the episode basically watching the characters try to fix a computer.
In the Fortress of Evil-tude, Selena has started the process of... I don't know... re-spawning (?) Reign.