:00_superman1:Superman and Lois S2 Discussion Thread :00_superman1:

E14

Great episode

Clark without powers and the invasion/merge is full force. Red sons cause panic can the family set up.

Nice stuff between Lana and Kyle. And at the town hall great too.

Jordan steps up and reveals it all to Sara in an effort to save her and his family. Greta fight an Nat saves the day.

Now steel stranded and the world changing now more than ever.

Can they save the world? Can they stop the merge? Can Steel be saved? All this and more on the epic season finale Same :superman:uper Time Same :superman:uper Channel

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I think they had more plans for it but Covid definitely changed a lot of those.

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I think I understand where you’re coming from. And I suppose that “passively” giving a reason for Kara’s absence during these “crisis” moments might mean little to some. On the other hand, acknowledging her existence, as well as that of the Flash, Manhunter and others (likewise unavailable) might add a little more credibility to a wonderful show. That for all it’s pluses, exists with it’s head in the sand, regarding the roots of it’s own origin.

Look, I’m not trying to be argumentative here. But disavowing the crossover nature of those past series (whatever your feelings for them) as being inconsequential, particularly Supergirl, seems a little off base. So, any nod to the Arrowverse (as you mentioned) will definitely receive a :+1: from me.

I do agree that creating a JLA, and then doing nothing with them, seems wasteful. How much of that had to with Covid or all the hubbub surrounding the Snyderverse, is anybody’s guess. And given the slash 'n burn actions of the new WB/Discovery to their CW produced products, makes that even more unlikely now. But who knows what the future holds for the remainder of the DC/CW lifecycle. They may still surprise us. :slightly_smiling_face:

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Would receive a :+1: from me as well. Look I wasn’t trying to argue that the simple acknowledgment you value is a bad thing, nor was I “disavowing” anything (bit harsh there, friend!) All I was trying to say is that if it’s not consequential to the story, then its absence doesn’t really bother me all that much.

In this interview panel, Todd Helbing says that at the end of the season we’ll get answers regarding the show’s Arrowverse connections (last question at the very end). Maybe the finale will have a nice surprise up its sleeve :slightly_smiling_face:.

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Sorry if disavow was a poor choice of wording. In my conversational exuberance, I got a little carried away. Still friends I hope? :slightly_smiling_face:

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Always!

Also, no apologies needed :grinning:

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