Supergirl Radio Season 1 – Episode 5: How Does She Do It?

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In this week’s episode of Supergirl Radio, your hosts Teresa Jusino and Rebecca Johnson discuss CBS’ Supergirl episode titled “How Does She Do It?”! They also cover the news, read listener feedback, and talk some spoilers for next week’s episode titled “Red Faced.” Join in on the fun as the gang at Supergirl Radio covers CBS’ Supergirl!

Official Description by CBS for Supergirl 1.05: “Kara’s two identities are stretched thin when Supergirl must protect National City from a series of bombings and Kara is tasked with babysitting Cat’s son, Carter. Also, James is conflicted when his ex-girlfriend Lucy Lane seeks to rekindle their relationship.

Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist (Kara Danvers/Supergirl), Calista Flockhart (Cat Grant), Chyler Leigh (Alex Danvers), Mehcad Brooks (James Olsen), David Harewood (Hank Henshaw) and Jeremy Jordan (Winslow “Winn” Schott). WRITTEN BY:Yahlin Chang and Ted Sullivan. DIRECTED BY: Thor Freudenthal.”

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  1. IRT the youngster being against overt feminism in Supergirl… I have to wonder if she has the same reaction to over misogyny. Do they shut of Game of Thrones, Mad Men, etc when they paint picture of “it’s a man’s world”?

    Even if Supergirl wasn’t overt about it sometimes, it will be inherently feminist as long it focuses on a strong female lead.

    I find it sad that after the the scores of years we’re women were marginalized that we now take offense to see a show that doesn’t.

    1. I don’t think anyone’s “offended” by Supergirl’s overt feminism – it’s more a question of nuanced writing vs simplistic writing. You can get a feminist point across powerfully without dialogue that is on-the-nose or hitting people over the head with a point. We LOVE the fact that Supergirl is feminist. We just think it can be handled better. With regard to Mad Men or Game of Thrones – of course they don’t stop those shows when they show misogyny…and no one is suggesting anyone shut off Supergirl either for its feminism! 🙂 Just because one likes a show doesn’t mean one can never criticize how its done or want it to be better.

      And believe me – PLENTY of people have criticized Game of Thrones!