Kara is being worshipped by a cult, Sam is invited to Girls’ Night, Alex has a breakdown; it’s a lot, honestly.
It’s time for Alex and Maggie’s bridal shower, and Maggie decides to try to reconnect with her homophobic father.
Alex and Maggie have a lovely morning and a little tiff while Supergirl faces a Petra-shaped villain.
Alex and Maggie talk about their impending wedding while Lena helps Kara get her groove back.
Star knows that some women have to make impossible choices, that they hustle to survive. I don’t remember the last time I saw a show on network television that embraced this brand of dark, unrelenting Girl Power.
Well and that was a damn near perfect season of television.
Scarlet faces layoffs, and Kat faces her feelings for Adena.
Waverly and Nicole have to work together to try to save Wynonna…the only problem is, they don’t remember her.
What a trip, man.
There are now four queer women on this show and none of them are dead!
Sometimes you gotta cause a riot.
The babies are coming, the babies are coming!
Bet ya didn’t see that coming!
“I am struck that in its second season Queen Sugar has broken open the myth, often accepted as truth, that black women must endure all of their community’s burdens.”
Everyone is happy, just for a minute.
It’s time for a little Earp family history lesson, kids.
“I think I really like you.”
Rachel is fucking metal and don’t you ever forget it again.
Oh hey, how about that season three renewal?
Kat faces vile trolls in a real, incisive look at online harassment.