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Title: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on September 21, 2015, 01:21:02 PM
Okay, yes I know that costumes outside in real life are not always the way they look inside that little box we call the tv, but ... let's just say I hope they use a lot of digital effects with this one ( from the new Super-Girl show.

Makes me feel for the poor guy.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on September 21, 2015, 03:00:19 PM
I will definitely check this up to 'well, will have to see it on the screen then.'  :D 8)

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on November 01, 2015, 01:54:55 PM
Perry, I feel bad for not noticing before, but you're going to have to edit the thread name; none of the 'Super' characters are hyphenated. ;)

That said....

Ep 1 "Pilot"

And the show is here!!! It's the identical one leaked 4 months ago(I believe on purpose) after the disasterious 5 minute preview trailer that edited and cut like it was a weak episode of Dawson's Creek mushed into a Gilmore Girls style world.

I didn't have a chance to watch the ep at the time but here it is now. And I'm going to jump all over the place. That thing that stood out for me right away was:

Holy cow, this ep was all exposition!! From the beginning narration, to each scene chewing scene of the villains, to the DEO and, sorry, awful first impression Hank Henshaw character, this show decides to lay it all out there! So much of it!!! Due to that, it felt like they tried to fit a normal 2 hour movie into a 42 minute episode. Very heavy and alot to swallow.

Melissa Benoist
I like her. :)  I like her sweet side, her sort of goofy nature to fit in and be natural around everyone. I may be looking at that too much, but Chris Reeve's Clark Kent was purely acting to be a normal person, but Benoist's Kara is honestly trying to just be 'normal' and fit in as she is. She knows she's a pure Kryptonian and has that same powerset under the yellow sun, but she thinks she needs to be a normal earth girl.

Her immediate quick transition to high flying hero barely has time to settle in for it's own honest merits though. I like the saving of the airplane homage-but if it wasn't for her sister on board, would she have hesitated to reveal herself? Like, would she have allowed it to crash? I would think not, but it seemed an extra drummed part to heighten suspense that wasn't needed.

The Tone
I like the cheerful, exuberant nature of the show/Kara. Supergirl is not a Wonder Woman (who, I feel, has to champion what it is to be a powerful woman in a man's world). Supergirl is about optimism, the sparkle of youth that has its future to look forward to. And this show captures it for me. It wasn't too cheeky or cheesy (okay, a little bit ;) ), but Kara watching herself on tv in her jammies was really fun.

The plot
The show gave us all this and more with the exposition. Kara's craft dragged a prison world here, and hence the DEO has been created to respond. Now, why they don't want Supergirl around, and worry about her as an alien when Superman seems fine is a weird element to me. Also, do they have that prison craft? Do they know how to speak/read Kryptonian? Have they kept that capsule of Allura's message for Kara all this time knowing what was on it? What the hell?

I won't lie, also making Supergirl's identity so open and known irks me. I know it's seemingly ridiculous to have one, but man, in the first ep, only Cat Grant doesn't know who Supergirl is!!! That's it!!

The DEO team up element just seemed really clunky to me. It didn't help me to hide Supergirl down in a subterranean lair right away. She's barely out in the world as an identity, and now she's being chained down? Bah, I didn't like the visual of keeping her from the skies and the light of day (as an aesthetic quality).

Also, the Bad Axe man...was he Kryptonian? Seeing as how you get to see Despero as an escaped prisoner, I would presume that more than just Kryptonians were in the prison ship...but if there is even 2 Kryptonians on that prison ship, well, they take over the world. Simple as that. Or, hit them with a K-dart like they did Supergirl, and then kill them. So, maybe it's not that easy to take on the world. 8)

So, I liked it. It was positive, it wasn't tween cheeky. It wasn't a huge feminist message. It wasn't awful! It was just really fast and a lot to take in. I just hope it slows down from here on out so we can enjoy it.

As an epilogue, due to being near to being a father, and having many friends with little girls who call me 'Uncle Jim' I find myself looking more at the messages and presentations of women in pop culture.

I went off on some people on a shared group on facebook (we all are high school athtletic trainers) about how they humble athletes who are foolish or won't try hard in rehab to get back to the field. One athletic trainer, with his football coach, stuck maxi pads to the helmets of guys who were milking it or not trying hard. Because, you know, if you aren't a football player, or a guy, or tough, then you must be a girl-who is obviously weaker, pathetic, and not able to play through pain. I went off.  >:(

So, I look to see what is presented or shown. I was very careful in over analyzing this ep to see if Kara comes to her Supergirl life on her own through her own choices. Or, was it a man's message to make it okay for her to be Supergirl? Hank certainly made it his decision to say that no, she needs to leave. James' conversation at the end about 'the big guy sent me here to watch' seemed to imply that no, she couldn't possibly do this without  someone's guidance.

Or is it simply help? ;)

No, that's really me over-analyzing it. But, it's something to really look it, I think.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on November 01, 2015, 03:18:49 PM
Nice job, Jimmy. I really have ... well, had no interest in this show as I was just scared of the Arrow effect. A show with too much sugar and drama making me want to put a 10mm up to my mouth, but maybe not as bad as Arrow? I mean for me of course, I understand and can appreciate your enjoyment of Arrow, but you know I just can't stomach it. Yet this seems to not be like that? Maybe? Whether because just the way you wrote it, CBS isn't the CW or what, I have no idea, but ...

I may try this, on-line, at least for a minute or two now after reading your thoughts, so yeah, either "thanks" or "F you"  :D :D :D

You know I am honestly trying to change my thoughts on the "Super" side of things. Bad timing jumping into the Superman Family comics right now to say the least, but I did try. Maybe this will help. Couldn't hurt I suppose. Well, maybe it could.

Regardless, nice job

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on November 01, 2015, 04:28:22 PM
Thanks. :)

It's much, much closer to the Flash. No brooding, no angsty "I must do this-alone" and I don't think it overrides Flash on the saccharine flavor.

However, it is a very jumbled and hypercompressed pilot. I just want the show to breathe and do well.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on November 03, 2015, 03:52:35 PM
What the funk; my second ep only recorded the last 18 minutes? I must have interrupted it somewhere. Off to the hulu/online access then....

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on November 04, 2015, 03:37:24 PM
Ep 2 "Stronger Together"

Ehhhhh....I think I'm going to sum up what I feel of the series so far....poor.

In attempting to make her go through growing pains, the writers create obnoxious scenarios to question herself, have horrible writing (A fireman looks at a person who just flew through the air and landed in front of him and says "Superman would have done it already. What are you waiting for?") Ugh. Terrible, crass, simplistic writing. This ep continues the stupid questioning of Supergirl. It goes again so far over the top. It's as if the writers can only press home one, simple idea in an episode instead of layering things.

I think the best part may be in Cat Grant. Sure, she's a bitch, but she has a fundamental reason for her rise to power, how to maintain, and it's not with a narrow view that she does so. Best well rounded character.

Still, I keep wondering; are they only setting Supergirl up as someone who can only achieve by validation through others? Her self doubt, true, should be explored, but man, watching her being cut down by others and dismissing her outright is highly annoying.

Randomly: James knows Clark is Superman. Lois and Clark were both mentioned, as was Perry White.

Power and flight look so very cool!! Graphics are great.

Parks and Recreation reporter Ned Perdy is the reporter on the tv here as well. :D

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on November 04, 2015, 07:32:04 PM
Thanks. :)

It's much, much closer to the Flash. No brooding, no angsty "I must do this-alone" and I don't think it overrides Flash on the saccharine flavor.

However, it is a very jumbled and hypercompressed pilot. I just want the show to breathe and do well.

I was going to post the same message to you Perry - It's much more like Flash than Arrow.  Flash is still the better show but I enjoyed the first episode for what it was - all setup.  Of course, no matter what I'll be watching it every week since Hannah has been squealing like a girl at every commercial leading up to it! (And that's ok because, well she's a girl!)

First episode got the Hannah seal of approval.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on December 01, 2015, 01:49:57 AM
Ep 3 'Flight or Fight'

Cat Grant and Kara both, so far, are always able to deliver an amazing message at least once each episode. Speaking on woman empowerment, feeling dismissed, being overlooked as the weaker sex; they deliver some great messages this way! I even enjoy the overzealous weirdo that is Cat Grant in this show. A bit of the Jonah Jameson to her, but without the belligerent hysterics Jameson is prone to.

However....The dismissive nature of her sister and the HORRIBLE character Henshaw make me want to scream. They are singular note characters; they disdain Supergirl, they humiliate her, and ...well, whatever the female word is for emasculate is, they do it in spades. So does James without realizing it. "oh, I was worried about you facing Reactron. I thought you'd get hurt. So, I ignored you and called Superman. Because I know better than you, you simple little girl." Okay, that last line wasn't said, but thats the impression one gets from other characters talking to Supergirl so. Pisses me off. I know the entirety of this freshman season will be about a growing up Supergirl, and Benoist plays that well in the face of all those that would hold her back. I'm so happy for that.

But her validation by others that she is doing a good job, after she has gone and disobeyed their wishes, is annoying and frustrating. I'm glad the show has been pushed out to 20 eps, because it's going to need it as it grows beyond itself.

I'd also like Supergirl to grow beyond needing a team to support her during a fight. I think that's why the Superman presented here is so BA-he just goes it all alone and does it great. Because he's Superman. ;)

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on December 01, 2015, 02:00:09 AM
Is this the episode with that god awful Tornado suit? I remember seeing that online and thinking it had to be a mock-up or something, but no ... they went with it.
Wow, horrible. Looks like something out of 1980s Dr Who.  :D :D :D

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on December 02, 2015, 05:53:09 PM
Is this the episode with that god awful Tornado suit? I remember seeing that online and thinking it had to be a mock-up or something, but no ... they went with it.
Wow, horrible. Looks like something out of 1980s Dr Who.  :D :D :D

That's in 2 eps. That title is 'Red' I believe.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on December 02, 2015, 06:03:51 PM
That was this weeks episode.  It looked bad but since he's a robot it didn't seem as bad.  We watched it last night.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on December 08, 2015, 01:33:22 AM
Ep 4 'Livewire'

The trash talk radio jockey gets ordres from Cat to tone it down on Supergirl rhetoric. Leslie, the radio personality, gets pissed, but ends up getting powers in a way that is always believeable in a comic book situation. :D

However, she turns murderous-immediately!-and decides to come after Cat and just fight Supergirl every chance she gets.

That's the bad. It's poor, it's silly, it's foolish. Get powers? Explore them? Think on what it means to have them? Nope, just become a possible murderer immediately and go for it. Ugh. It's the same thing as the villain of the week on Buffy, and it just doesn't hold water. In comparison, on the other 2 shows, we got to see the Black Archer, Deathstroke, Reverse Flash, and Zoom develop over several episodes. Even the 'villains of the week' were already that way before developing powers (looking at Flash only here). Livewire going bad, after being a career woman up to and until the day before is shitty. It's like afternoon cartoon writing.

Better stuff: Supergirl talking with Cat as equals; Kara discussing and opening up to Cat about her parents and being hopeful (actually, this falls into 'best').

Ugh worthy: Creating lovey-dovey eyes of Winn to Kara, of Kara to James. Blech.

Annoying: everyone still treating Supergirl with kid gloves. Worried worried worried. Oh, she shouldn't be out there alone. Oh, Supergirl isn't safe. Oh, Supergirl might get hurt. FAKKIN A' she's SUPERGIRL!!! You keep demeaning her and it's pissing me off.

I like Melissa Benoist alot; she's silly and goofy as Kara, and a great upstanding Supergirl in costume. Even Cat, as egotistical and driven as she is, still shows a heart.

But this show needs to figure out how to write this show with a bit more maturity. Otherwise, it won't keep the adults, and kids won't necessarily stick around for it either.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on December 13, 2015, 05:27:09 PM
Ep 5 'How does she do it?' Thought it wasn't going to air. Didn't see it.

Kind of a two part review due to my reactions and feelings

Ep 6 'Red Faced'

What a worthless piece of shit, horribly fucking written episode. I was just ready to quit this damned show. JUST AWFUL. General Lane is the worse kind of caricature of ty military man. IN the same rant, he blames Supergirl for damaging and ruining the Red Tornado, while also saying that there is now an uncontrollable unstable killing 11 billion dollar killing machine loose-and it's up to her to find it! What the hell? Again, another horrible written threat, a blame game, more men standing around to defend the girl and give her validation. SONUVABITCH.

Then...then Cat gives a speech about anger control, and how a woman must present herself. Then, Kara gives another frustration speech, and both speeches just ring true. So true, and so well. There's hope for this show, but not with how the day to day threat shit goes down. The General even gives a great speech to James to explain why he views James is a weak hanger on. So! They can write feelings and people, but to hell with the villains!

Ep 7 'Human for a day'

Quite honestly, the best episode this season has produced. Kara's vulnerability, her feelings, emotions, her turmoil as both human and Supergirl. Cat Grant has a wonderful complexity that belies her bitchy boss nature. She just succeeds.

Even with the 'ugh' character of Alex Danvers doing her own witchhunt against Henshaw and Gemm in the catacombs of the DEO. And lo! That Henshaw can act given the opportunity with great writing! His soliquoy for the original loss of Henshaw and Jeremiah Danvers was a great moment. Then J'onn's reveal! A 'moment' to see and adore.

(I also think the original Henshaw will return, as the Cyborg Superman.

So, this ep really hit for me. Truly did. Made me go 'yes, this is how SUPERGIRL should be seen by people!' Can they keep it up?

Also, Winn's annoying. Screw him. What a pissy little bitch. Oh, the girl doesn't like me although I REALLY like her. Wah wah wah. This 3 way tension love triangle is highly annoying and poor.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on December 13, 2015, 06:01:49 PM
I was just coming to ask what everyone thought about...

the Martian Manhunter reveal

I thought it was awesome!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on February 05, 2016, 01:10:10 AM
Been missing putting down my thoughts on each ep, but I can sum up:

-been getting better!
-Kara/Supergirl presentation is a strong core of the show and does very well by it
-Cat is a huge asset to this show
-Alex Danvers is not
-Hank has gotten better
-Not nearly as much defining Supergirl by how men treat her-good!
-Supergirl & Martian Manhunter flying together was so great! ! ! ! !
-James Olsen's character is a very confusedly written character. I've grown to really dislike him

And a Flash crossover to come!!!
I'm pleased right now

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on February 05, 2016, 09:44:30 AM
Can't believe I have to sit through another freakin' crossover!!! Leave my Flash alone!!!  >:( >:( He's bordering on too damn sticky icky for me as it is, especially with this West crap, adding even more young angst blended with after school special saccharine is not going to help my enjoyment one bit.

I can't even watch the Arrow crossovers, so I miss half the story on those already.  :'(


Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on February 07, 2016, 03:27:37 AM
Caught up on Supergirl today.  I really like this show and my eight year old girl squealed out "This is the best show ever!"  ;D

I'm so glad we have a show that she loves and has a little girl power for her. Oh and her second favorite show is Flash.  Proud dad here.

Back to Supergirl, I really liked this Bizarro episode. I thought it was fun.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on February 07, 2016, 02:08:02 PM
I'm so glad we have a show that she loves and has a little girl power for her.


Absolutely !!!!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on March 05, 2016, 02:59:58 PM
"For the Girl Who has Everything"

I have to laugh that this "government" agency violates all civil rights, due process of law, and legal counsel to hold Max Lord because "he's a bad guy."  :D

Or that protocol be damned to let in 2 random dudes to your top secret base without anyone stopping them to ask "who are you?"  :D

I think what could be the downfall of this show is the overly forced drama coupled with intra-show inconsistency.

-Supergirl is delicate. She must be protected!
-Supergirl is amazing! She can do it all!
-I'm just looking out for you Supergirl; you obviously are lost without us.
-Supergirl can stand on her own; she doesn't need us to tell her that.
-Supergirl, I'm tell you that you can stand on your own. ;)

Also, the 'over-arching' picture of the prisoner Kryptonians diabolical plan is weak. It's truly comic book posturing, and that shows up as really weak.

I enjoy watching Melissa Benoist, her Kara/Supergirl can be a great character. I love watching her with Cat Grant. Great interplay, and rather natural. Winn also gets to be a mostly normal person.

But honestly? All of the rest of cast is pretty awful with what they are given. None more so than her sister. Whether its just the character writing, but that actor, in her role, that role itself, is just awful. Can't get past her.

Its just too ham-fisted all of the time. I really wish it was better. Makes me worry it won't get past it's first season missteps.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on March 05, 2016, 03:07:41 PM
Sorry to hear. It's nice to have a "super-hero" for the young ladies to look up to on the tv, though my grandson thinks differently.
Gross girls and all

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on March 05, 2016, 03:20:21 PM
Honestly? I think it's just fine for a pre-teen girl. I love that Jeff's daughter loves the show. It certainly fits the bill for the age group I think! But I'm not sure a 7 pm time slot for tweens will make the cut next season. :(

I don't want more sex, or deserved sexual tension, or violence, blood, and death. I want consistency in the presentation of the human condition (friendships, relationships, actual normal reactions to situations), and if the drama would actually build from a natural flow instead of the over-hyped and sensationalized storylines they present.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on March 05, 2016, 06:59:20 PM
I get ya.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on March 08, 2016, 08:45:28 PM
Oh I bet it gets renewed.  I think its strong enough to warrant that.  At that point they can change out the side characters if need be.  Similar to what Agents of Shield did.

This show is exactly what I expected it to be and yet - I like it, a lot.   ;D

Doesn't hurt that Melissa Benoist is hot.  I love watching her every scene.   :D

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on March 08, 2016, 08:49:39 PM
By the way - last episode with Laura Vandervoot was fun.  My kid has an autographed Supergirl photo for Vandervoot so that made it more fun for us.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on March 09, 2016, 01:12:13 PM
Once again we are ahead of our time.... (

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on March 10, 2016, 12:27:04 PM
LOL!  :D

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on March 19, 2016, 10:07:50 PM
"Truth, Justice, and the American Way"

If I keep busy with some other work, I can really enjoy the eps a lot better. ;D

Does that sound like a put down? Kind of is, I guess. But this ep had plenty still of the Men telling Supergirl she should take a break, take it easy; because it's hard right now and you must be upset over a recent death and you're a girl, so you can't take stress.  ::)

At least Benoist always fires back with a strong retort, not one built on frustration or being upset, but one that comes from a core of strength that won't be denied-even in the face of writers each week. :D

But I have this to say: I hate James Olsen. I don't like this character at all. He's a sexy know-it-all Yoda mentor to Supergirl that is lamely attempting to not get into her pants. Instead of picking her up when she's down, he continually defines what she is or what she should be. It's a hard line to say what you see in a person, versus what you want them to be.

I'm glad this ep really forced the analysis on illegal detention and incarceration though. Every super hero isn't complete without a base and an illegal prison!  :D

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on March 20, 2016, 08:39:50 PM
I see your a little behind Jimmy.  I think you will like the "Falling" episode when you get to it.  One of the better ones I think but I do have one gripe I will save for when you get there.

As far as "Truth, Justice, and the American Way", I thought it was a decent enough episode.  I do agree that Olsen only drags the show down.  I think he needs to go back to Metropolis.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on March 30, 2016, 04:37:31 PM
With some extra time here, went through 'Truth, Justice and the America Way', 'Solititude', and 'Falling'.

All in all, some pretty good moments and decent eps...but the bad really REALLY drags it down.

In 'Falling' the Senator says to J'onn, "I've been afraid of aliens my entire life." WHAT? What shitty writer puts that in? Good lord, what crap!!

Also, along with Arrow (and a bit with Flash), I hate the tech guy who is the most brilliant in the world. Wynn's ability to crack Kryptonian computer code/algorithms then make a virus to it in a few hours? This man should have been recruited by the greatest agencies in government or most prestigious computer jobs in the world. Instead he's the IT guy at a media company? C'mon, that kind of guy would be incredibly bored with that job.

Also (ranting!), the computer guy is now the ultimate MacGuffin on every show. Did Adam West have a computer guy? No, he had a belt he prepared every time he went out, trying to take into account every situation. Pure. West.

But, every hero needs their computer guy to get out of every situation. Bah.Annoys me. Whatever happened to our hero getting by on his guts and know how?


And man, do I love watching the Manhunter in action!!

Also, while it seems to work in comics, watching secret gov't organizations in tv do HORRIBLY BLATANT violations of human rights-against US law and Geneva codes!-really gets my goat. How could they take Alex against her will for experimentation? WHAT?! Lord comes to help and they inter him? WHAT? So poorly used in these shows. Nonsensical too.

I will say this, though. This show lives on the greatness of Melissa Benoist and Calista Flockhart. They are excellent, and excellent together. James Olsen -blah. Wynn-a little better, but I hate the tech genius stuff. Alex? Still a horrible a actress on this show. What a tough agent; she cries every episode instead of doing something worthwhile.

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on April 03, 2016, 02:21:56 AM
Worlds Finest

Loved this episode!!!!!!!

I like how they use the multiverse to explain all the shows.  Genius!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on April 05, 2016, 01:17:33 AM
Even with complaints, 'Worlds Finest' was simply awesome. I even LOVED Winn getting digs on James because of how surly and grumpy Olsen got with Barry around. See? THAT'S a great love triangle/relationship builder! What a great, fun ep to watch! Oh sure, SO much was glossed over or run roughshod to get to the point, but hell, it made sense here, and I loved it.

What else I do wonder now...I don't want Cadmus to be the 'evil place.' I want it to be the mad scientist place, and if there are rumors to have a clone Superboy around for season 2, I'm all about it! How about turning that lame ass Harper into a newly cloned Guardian? Yeah, BRING IT I say!!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on May 01, 2016, 08:15:57 PM
And, lo, the first season has ended.

I think it did well. They represented a strong,young woman without going "gRRRL power" or anything of the like. Things calmed down towards the end of the season with all the normals telling Supergirl not to risk herself for fear of her "getting hurt."

The show shines with Beniost and Flockheart. Kara and Cat were the backbone and strength of this show. A woman far stronger than Kara, Cat really represented how a strong woman can be seen as a firm backed person, while also having her own personality. It didn't always scream 'b!tch', even though she more or less was! But she also wasn't. I liked her a lot.

Winn got better the less he got used. After Worlds Finest and his genius computer hacking of Kryptonian computer code, he faded back to sidekick, and was stronger for it.

Starting as truly awful, once the reveal of Hank was done, suddenly his character smoothed out and became a bit stronger. And a great back up and partner to Supergirl too! A bit of genius to pair that guy up with Supergirl, honestly.

James and her sister thank you. Ugh. Ugh to the highest degree. When they are on screen, I just cringe at how poor their characters are written, and how awful they have to act to bring them across. It's so weird to see Alex on Grey's Anatomy before this, and then to see her here. I feel bad for her, almost!

Should this come back? Yes, yes it should. Hopefully it does, and hopefully they just allow the show to grow by leaps, and bounds!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Perry on May 02, 2016, 01:02:37 AM
To all the girls that enjoy it ... and the older men as well  :P  ;) I hope this does come back  :)

We need good, clean, hero stuff (Man I hope that is what this show is bringing)

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on May 02, 2016, 12:49:09 PM
It definitely is.  It's nice to have a family show to watch without having to worry if anything inappropriate for the youngsters might pop up.  Reminds me of those George Reeves Superman shows at time and I like that.

I like how they wrap up an episode and basically start the next episode in the last two minutes. Leaving with you a cliffhanger every week.  Looking forward to next season!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jimmy T on May 27, 2016, 01:04:56 AM
Welcome to the WB!!

YOu know...I think it may ACTUALLY improve the show!! No kidding!!

Title: Re: Super-Girl
Post by: Jeff on May 27, 2016, 02:05:52 PM
Maybe they'll wipe away the alternate earth thing and put her in the same world as Flash and Arrow.