Aired: Nov 06, 2017 , Monday at 20:00 on CBS

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Episode Summary: When multiple children get sick from lead poisoning, Morgan Edge points the finger at Lena and blames her creation of the lead bomb she made to save National City from the Daxamites. While Lena knows she never intended any harm, she fears there may have been a flaw in her design, leaving her responsible. Kara teams up with Samantha to clear Lena's name, but more turns out to be harder than they thought. Meanwhile, Alex and Maggie make a crucial decision about the future of their relationship.
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Morgan Edge Returns to Enact Revenge on Lena Luthor

With Thomas Coville in "The Faithful," Supergirl proved that a villain doesn't necessarily need to be evil or alien to come off as a real threat. In this episode, titled "Damage," Supergirl continues with the notion of human threats as Adrian Pasdar's Morgan Edge returns. However, while Edge might be human, that's about the only thing he shares with Coville. Quickly into the episode, Edge comes off as an evil scumbag. It's an impression that only grows stronger, for better or worse (but mostly worse),... more


Will the real Lena Luthor please stand up?  Lena has always fought hard to prove that she is not like the rest of her family, but her Luthor side very nearly came out to play.  If she hadn't been knocked out on Supergirl Season 3 Episode 5, would she have pulled the trigger? Chances are she would not have gone through with it. Despite her name and her genes, Lena is good, and while like all of us she may have a dark side, she also knows where to draw the line.  ... more



Should 'Supergirl' Do More Flashbacks in Season 3?

"Midvale" might very well be the strangest episode of  Supegirl ever. It's not as if the villains were especially wacky and weird. There were no aliens at all, except the ones in the main cast, and there was hardly any use of superpowers. The episode felt like a completely new show.  Present-day Kara and Alex Danvers were traded in for teenage versions -- teenage versions trying to solve a murder. "Midvale" almost functioned as a backdoor pilot for a spin-off featuring the younger adventures of Kara and Alex. While that's not ... more

'Supergirl': Why the Sanvers Break-up Was in Alex's Best Interest

With the recent and painful break-up of Supergirl fan-favorite couple "Sanvers," it changes the course of Alex Danvers' progression going forward in the show. While this break-up could only be seen as a negative blip in Alex's overall happiness, there are a lot of positives to come out of her relationship with Maggie, and it's important to recognize realistic representation when it's being given. Alex's Development Even though they have broken up, Maggie will always hold a special place in ... more

Is 'Supergirl' Drowning in the Darkness?

As Supergirl season 3 began, we saw a much darker tone to the show than the previous seasons. While dealing with the loss of Mon-El, Kara began to question her humanity and the risk of being Kara Danvers, which threw her into a deep depression that she's still struggling to work her way out of. Though Kara is beginning to be happier than she's been since Mon-El's departure, the toll of the events of the previous seasons has changed her and she isn't quite the same character fans fell in love with. Happiness more




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