Supergirl

Aired: Dec 02, 2018 , Sunday at 20:00 on The CW

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Episode Summary: Nia has a powerful dream about Agent Liberty but refuses to look at it as a prophetic dream, Kara and Brainy try to persuade Nia to embrace her destiny, and Manchester Black pays Ben Lockwood a menacing visit.
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The Agent of Liberty has been exposed.  Revealing Ben Lockwood's identity only intensified the anti-alien sentiment amongst the masses on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 8. I was angry on Kara's behalf and seriously annoyed with the mentality of all these Lockwood supporters.  Ben is a joke, he's pathetic, but most importantly, he's a liar.  After Manchester Black almost kicked his ass and then a team of ALIENS saved him, he still had the nerve to continue bash... more

 
 
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Supergirl Recap: Secret Identity Crisis (Plus, What Happened on Earth-90?)

Kara’s future remains uncertain after Sunday’s Supergirl, which finally brought everyone up to speed with a series of refreshing reveals — one of which could lead to war. Despite his earnest (i.e. frustrating) commitment to maintaining the space-time continuum, Brainy admitted to knowing about Nia Nal in the 31st century, all but confirming Kara’s growing suspicions that Nia’s nightmares and narcolepsy could be pieces to a much larger puzzle. This led to Nia conf... more

Supergirl Cast Previews Nia's Power-ful Discovery, Growing Bond With Brainy

Sunday’s Supergirl (The CW, 8/7c) finally addresses the sleeping elephant in the room, as Kara and Brainy begin to help Nia accept and control her dreamy superpowers — and, time permitting, her narcolepsy. In fact, the threesome spends so much time in close quarters that the actors have begun referring to their characters as the show’s new “super friends.” “There’s a really fun trio friendship forming,” Melissa Benoist told TVLine and other outlets d... more

Supergirl Recap: Who Invited the Dragon to Thanksgiving Dinner?

Children of Liberty? Well, that’s a stupid name, isn’t it?” Manchester Black finally said what everyone’s been thinking on Sunday’s Supergirl, and for that, we thank him. This year’s Thanksgiving episode began with the Children’s manifesto literally falling from the sky — because why send a tweet to the whole world when you could dump dozens of fliers in the park and call it a day? — laying out the organization’s anti-alien mission statem... more

 
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