Morgan Edge, a billionaire businessman, has been threatened. Lena Luthor is blamed for the attack.

Only a Luthor would try to threaten someone who was their competition in business. Or so Morgan Edge thought.

I loved watching the scenes between Morgan Edge and Lena. The tension inside his building was palpable. But the back and forth between the two across the season thus far is getting tedious. I want Morgan Edge out.

My eyes haven’t rolled faster into my face as I watched Lena continue to be oblivious to Kara’s Super identity: Supergirl. Why can’t an intelligent woman such as Lena Luthor be written to understand Kara Danvers is Kara Zor-El aka Supergirl????


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Regardless of the frustrating distance placed between Lena and Supergirl, I loved to witness Alex Danvers taking care of Sam. It made sense that Sam’s MRI results came back negative, seeing as Reign’s connection with Sam is still difficult for the DEO to compute.

The Worldkillers’ storylines have advanced here. We meet Julia, also known as Purity. We’ll see much more of her in the next episodes to come. I love her character so much.

That’s it for this episode. I love watching and digesting this show week by week. Season 4 can’t come soon enough.

Check out the recent episodes of Supergirl on Netflix now. And tune into new episodes beginning on Sunday, October 14th at 8/7 central on the CW.