Alex and Kara find themselves swimming in Brainys, including a gay lady Brainy, in this new post-Crisis world.
Bette would like some more wine!
Good Trouble is back with a visit from Judicorn, and Callie finally feels like Callie again!
The Crisis concludes with some Sara-centric shenanigans and the return of Alex and Dreamer.
This week on Generation Q, we get a special surprise blast from the past, young queer love, thruple MAYHEM and a very sloppy bro night as the town recovers from Bette Porter’s latest brush with scandal.
We’ve got some breakups and breakdowns and questionable drunken decisions and a THRIVING new throuple and a school play with a very small cast and also Quiara’s still in town and she’s got a big surprise for Shane!
It’s Shane’s fortieth birthday and Generation Q’s gift to you is a few pictures of Dana, a really REALLY hot sex scene and a cameo by Robin Roemer!
Who buys a bar and who gets punched in the face and who wears double-denim and who goes to church and who sat on a doll and who wants to reserve the Crystal Ballroom? There’s only one way to find out: reading this recap.
This episode has everything: pool sex, Olivia Thirlby, fun poppy lesbians, Jamie Clayton, the flu, Jillian Mercado, divorce papers, a gift card, an engagement party and a traditional lesbian building furniture with her bare hands!
Kate Kane tries to stop Supergirl from doing something dangerous as the end of the world(s) draws nigh.
The Crisis Continues! Kate Kane and Kara Danvers team up to find a Paragon while Sara Lance teaches Mia Smoak about the perils of Lazarus pits.
The Crisis is here! Supergirl, Batwoman, the White Canary and more working together and being badasses.
The race to save Lena from herself is on and Alex and Kara have different ideas for how to stop her.
Feelings, feelings everywhere and not a drop to drink.
We learn more about Andrea’s sordid past, and how she fits into Lena’s story. (And thus, Supergirl’s.)
Alex and Kelly celebrate their Dativersery, Nia saves the day, and Lena really needs to get out of her lab for some fresh air.
Alex worries about Kelly as the hunt for J’onn’s brother continues.
Does All American’s Tamia “Coop” Cooper really want a battle with Empire’s Freda Gatz?
Alex is worried about Kelly with this shapeshifter on the loose and Kara does favor upon favor for Lena.
Whatever my quibbles with All American, it’s moments like these that truly separate the show from nearly every other one on television. Everything about the scene between Coop and her mother felt real and lived in it’s not just that All American is telling this story, it’s that they’re doing it in a way that feels authentic.