Grieving the loss of her father, Alex goes into a VR simulation where she is Supergirl and Kelly had to fight to keep her from getting stuck there forever.
The Legends say goodbye to Ray and Nora with a Shakespearean flourish.
Dreamer and Supergirl team up to fight one of the ugliest villains National City has ever seen: transphobia.
Ava and Sara put on cowboy outfits, have a lovers’ quarrel, and have to decide whether or not to kill their friend’s evil dad.
Alex has her first day of non-DEO work, Lena gives Non Nocere a trial run, and Supergirl plays bodyguard.
I wish I had the words to fully explain the world that Good Trouble invites us into this week; I feel like nothing I say can fully do it justice. It is ethereal… a profound admission of black pain, an honest acknowledgement of the need for black healing and a wholehearted embrace of black joy.
Alice moves on from her heartbreak with a hook-up and some new stand-up material.
Charlie runs from her past while helping Ava and the Legends run after Genghis Khan.
Kara travels through space and time to try to fix things with Lena, while Alex stands beside her sister like always.
“Everybody wants to be an ally but not everyone wants to be an ally long enough to make themselves uncomfortable. Everybody wants to be an ally, but not everyone is willing to have their own standing threatened. People rationalize their action — or inaction, as it were — but what it fundamentally comes down to is everybody wants to be known as an ally but few people are will to invest their time, money and security in actually being an ally.”
Sara leaves Ava in charge, so she and Zari 2.0 work together to take care of the newest Encore: Marie Antoinette
Alex and Kara work to stop the Toyman once and for all while Lena continues working with her brother to figure out Non Nocere.
Callie and Mariana Adams Foster have always been the heart of this show so it’s fitting that they’d be reunited for Valentine’s Day.
The secret of Alice’s kiss with Rhea Butcher finally finds daylight.
Sara and Ava go back to the ’40s in this off-the-cob episode, and jeepers it’s a real gas.
Alice levels up her lesbian drama and her boundaries!
Alex and Kara are excited to see their old friend Winn and join forces to fight…well, Winn.
It’s the season finale and we’ve got Roxane Gay, emotionally complicated sex, Bette Porter in hiking attire, Dani wanting to get married ASAP and honestly a lot of things that I can’t put in the excerpt because I don’t want to reveal any spoilers for people who haven’t seen it yet! Wheeee!
Good Trouble continues its tradition of highlighting an increasing number of important issues that often go undiscussed, like opioid use among young people and education policy — but “Gumboat Becky” also shows a series that’s evolving and willing to address how it builds its own narrative.
The Legends are BACK and so are Sara and Ava, learning to navigate their post-Crisis relationship.