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My word, but Otis is a pop-culture quip machine: It's easy being green, his heart growing three sizes, heeeeeere's Otis. Supergirl is killing it with the recurring villains this season!
"Crime And Punishment" delves into the question of whether Kara occasionally lets her supersized ego get in the way of her selflessly heroic impulses.
'Crime and Punishment' successfully utilised a self-contained plot to serve as a microcosm of the larger story, addressing the impact that Supergirl has had on humanity while highlighting how those around her were struggling with their belief in her.
Supergirl may gain the moral high ground through a careful choice of ethically and morally thematic storylines but still needs to retain its audience.
I love how so far, the writers have chosen to take PTSD symptoms, like being way too aware of your surroundings to the point of it being debilitating and turning the dial up to an 11.
A really solid return of Supergirl after the show's mini-hiatus.
After reigniting the spark that Supergirl Season 4 was missing in the episodes introducing Lex Luthor, it seems Supergirl has lost it's spunk yet again.