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"Call To Action" takes two steps towards a darker version of Supergirl and one step back towards a sunnier one.
Tumors on the human heart is a good metaphor for this season's arc so far.
Tempers flare on... "Call To Action" and the result is a mostly good episode dragged down by one of the main plot lines.
Brainy gets some in the field action... The awkwardness is fun, but more smart and capable Brainy too, please!
Solid, not many complaints.
James Olsen is in some major trouble.
I'm hoping that eventually Alex, Brainy and Supergirl form their own rogue DEO to fight crime the way they know has guaranteed results: by following their gut.
The trickiest part of this episode is that Supergirl's tone is so buoyant that it's all a bit too light to support the emotional heft of what transpires.