Okay, we’re getting back to decent episodes.
Supergirl, Green Arrow, and The Question uncover one of (I’m sure) many conspiracies surrounding Star Labs, Cadmus, and the government (or someone) wanting to get a leg up on the Justice League. Supergirl has been having dreams where she hunts and kills people, and guess what? Those dreams seem to be actual memories.
I enjoyed the side characters in this one. Unlike the last episode where everything was a joke (see: Men In Black 2 and why it sucked), this ep is pretty serious with insanely fun moments that pop up every now and then. The Question gasses a suspect while blasting annoying pop music in his car – and later he sings the same song a capella while breaking into Star Labs. Totally wacky! The big difference between one comedic moment now and then and having Batman chasing a pig the entire episode is a good rule for comedy. LESS IS MORE. You can kill a joke by making 10 other jokes in the build up. This one does it right.
SuperGirl winds up fighting a clone of herself wearing the PowerGirl outfit. Awesome…but who cares? Not me. Now I’m wondering “okay, now that they have proven to clone a Kryptonian, why not clone it 100 times over and have an army of clones?” The consequences for this episode can be far-reaching. Green Arrow is around but doesn’t do anything in this episode. He’s just there to dodge SuperGirl’s damage.
6 / 10 No More SuperGirl Plz