To no one’s surprise, I didn’t feel like there was enough Lena in this episode. To be fair, I would feel that way if there were 40 minutes of her, and two minutes of the soggy fish stick. (Fish stick, because cod piece — get it?!) But this was just awful. Continue reading
Because Lena Luthor is a smart, intelligent, thoughtful woman who probably wouldn’t underestimate the audience of a show about a female superhero.
And I’m not mad, Supergirl. I’m just disappointed, because I know you can do better. And this isn’t some delusional “Kara Danvers was her best in season one” rant. It’s “hey, remember two episodes ago when my girls traipsed around in the Reignforest and saved the day? Me too.” Let’s do that again. Continue reading
Remember last week, when I was riding my high from 3×17, and the joy and excitement was practically bursting out of me? I was so happy and joyous. The writers listened. They took the most powerful part of the show, and they centered an episode around it. We had great things to come. Continue reading
Supergirl 3×17 fucked me up.
This is a true fact. So is my next statement.
Lena Luthor is a hero. Continue reading