The writers on Supergirl made a really bold choice for the finale. Actually, they make several, but the one I’m talking about at the moment is the title.
Supergirl’s season is almost over, and there’s a lot left to wrap up. This is the second to last episode, and things are getting complicated. There’s a long overdue confrontation, an end to a subplot I haven’t liked for most of the season, and a big character shift, as well as a revelation that shakes one of the characters up.
This season of Supergirl has been ugly, mirroring a lot of what’s happening in current American politics. After last episode, Kara decided that Supergirl might be doing more harm than good, and has put her cape away for a while to focus on “exposing” Lex Luthor.
A lot of surprises get dished up in Supergirl’s “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” A major character of Superman lore shows up, they follow up on James’ nasty cliffhanger, and a few people are in need of a status update.
Supergirl’s “Menagerie” episode starts with a scene about the old saying of crime doesn’t pay.
Supergirl has been having a rough season, and it’s not getting much better in “Blood Memory.”
Supergirl is usually about her protecting the world. This time around, a lot of people are trying really hard to protect her.