Kara suffered serious disappointment with the return of Supergirl . the most important relationship in the life of Kara Danvers – not her superheroic duties performed in the shadow of her cousin, not her countless love affairs, but the relationship she shares with her adoptive sister, Alex.
A major theme of this season of
Supergirl is … let's say less than a treacherous commentary on xenophobia and fanaticism, as non-sir-definitely- MAGA-Wonder Freedom Agent stoked the flames of hatred and mistrust against Supergirl and aliens as a whole in mid-season finale, resulting in quite a shitty situation when not only supergirl with DEO (which makes Alex's work much more difficult) but Kara is forced suddenly and abruptly to deal with the fact that her secret identity is actually really important beyond her immediate circle from friends Huge, considering how full and extremely insane the show has been for most of her three and a half season so far, when it comes to how she treats the secret of Kara. I mean, yes, of course, it may be it can be scientific proof that the age "works soft-up and dresses with a pair of glasses" disguise she and Clark accept could work. But these people screamed the name of Kara in the general direction of Supergirl for so long that it's madness that "Suspicious Minds" want to believe that only six TEC agents actually know that Kara Danvers is a Superstar. But the episode made him work – if he was quite arbitrary – by making Alex and Kara face a terrible, hearty choice together. of Steel, the Danvers children call on Jenn to wipe Haley's memory of the revelation by buying approximately 15-20 minutes of peace when the mind of Hailey decides to bring a super-stupid alien who can force truth from anyone, and use it to question all TEA staff about the identity of the Superhero. Knowing that they can not defeat the abilities of the alien, the agents who know Kara's identity agree that their memories have been wiped out by John, not to give up his secret … including Alex.
Kara and Alex are still sisters, but one big thing that has strengthened their relationship over the years is no longer. Photo: The CW
This is an incredibly tragic moment for Kara, played on a gentle, heartbreaking perfection by Melissa Benwist. and Chyler Leigh as Alex struggles with the idea of no longer having to share the secrets her sister shared with them as they were children. Kara and Alex will continue to be sisters after John is working with his magical man, but the relationship between the two sisters is so strong that Kara has released Alex in her magnificent superlight. And at an interesting moment, it is an extra layer of tragedy on the subject line that we saw that Kara went through "Elseworlds, Part 3" – which at that time felt like a randomly dramatic seal – where he found himself in a changed state. the reality Alex was, but it was not her sister. While Alt-Alex of "Elseworlds" was easily convinced to help Kara, Kara knew she could not do that with her sister now without threatening both of them life. So, "Suspicious Minds" end up with a handful of DEO agents who once knew who really wiped his brain – Alex, who is the last, the fate neither Kara, nor the exhibition itself is capable of testifying, while credit declines. Time will show how long
Supergirl will preserve this dramatic evolution of the relationship between Alex and Kara and what the consequences will be when Alex again learns who her sister is behind her glasses. But for now, more than what has happened since the beginning of the show, the secret identity of Supergirl is actually important.