In this week’s episode of Supergirl Radio, Rebecca Johnson is joined by Andy Behbakht of The Flash Podcast to discuss the Supergirl season two episode titled “The Darkest Places”! Join in on the fun as the gang at Supergirl Radio covers The CW’s Supergirl and mark your calendars to join the DCTV Podcasts LIVE podcasting crossover event on December 1!
Official Description by The CW for Supergirl 2.07: “While Guardian tries to clear his name after being accused of a murder committed by another vigilante, Supergirl heads out on a solo mission to rescue Mon-El who has been captured by CADMUS. While fighting to free Mon-El, Supergirl comes face to face with Cyborg Superman. Guest Stars include Dean Cain (Jeremiah Danvers), Brenda Strong (Lillian Luthor), Sharon Leal (M’gann M’orzz), Victor Zink Jr. (Phillip Karnowsky), Ian Gomez (Snapper Carr), Michael A. Cheng (Morgan Collins), Aadila Dosani (Claudia), Eddie Flake (Drug Dealer), Shanel Pratap (Newscaster), Tristan Shire (Terrified DEO Agent), Robert Zen Humpage (Fish Head), Nickolas Baric (Stick Up Man), Jason Bell (Cadmus Guard), and Phillip Mitchell (Drug Buyer).”
Supergirl stars Melissa Benoist (Kara Danvers/Supergirl), Chyler Leigh (Alex Danvers), Mehcad Brooks (James Olsen), David Harewood (Hank Henshaw/Martian Manhunter), Jeremy Jordan (Winslow “Winn” Schott), Chris Wood (Mon-El), and Floriana Lima (Maggie Sawyer). WRITTEN BY: Robert Rovner and Paula Yoo. DIRECTED BY: Glen Winter.
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3 thoughts on “Supergirl Radio Season 2 – Episode 7: The Darkest Places”
hi supergirl is like my idol i just wanted to ask what do you think makes supergirl so different to superman?
For me, the difference between Supergirl and Superman can be found in two things:
1) Her backstory.
To me, Supergirl’s backstory is a little more tragic than Superman’s. Yes, they both lose Krypton, but Kara is the only one of the two who actually knew Krypton. She had family and friends there. She grew up there. She knew the culture. Krypton was her home. So while Kal may have lost his people and his home planet, Kara is the one who truly lost her home.
2) Her personality.
In most iterations, Supergirl is a little more brash and impulsive than Superman. She is usually a little spunkier to Superman’s more serious nature. That usually happens because Kara is often depicted as younger than Kal/Clark. They both love helping people, but they do it in their own ways.
I hope that helps!
I also noticed watching this episode, Kara outed herself to Lillian Luther when she told her that she saw her in Lena Luther’s office. I tried to recall Supergirl ever being Lena’s office, and she never was but Kara was. Supergirl just revealed her secret identity to the enemy. Good job Kara!
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