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Bloody Memory Synopsis

Supergirl's return after Elseworlds is just around the corner. With Clark and Lois off world preparing for their baby, Kara is the only one that stands in the way of The Children of Liberty, Lex Luthor and Manchester and his Elites. Not to mention whatever else might be out there looming in the darkness! After Supergirl returns on January 20th with, Suspicious Minds, we are going to be treated to a visit to Nia's home town where guest star Kate Burton, Nia's mother, will encourage her daughter to embrace her new blossoming powers! Check out the synopsis below:

KATE BURTON GUEST STARS; NIA AND KARA VISIT NIA’S HOMETOWN — Kara (Melissa Benoist) joins Nia (Nicole Maines) on a trip to Nia’s hometown to visit her family during the town’s annual Harvest Festival. While home, Nia’s mother (guest star Kate Burton) encourages her daughter to embrace her destiny. Meanwhile, Alex (Chyler Leigh) deals with a street drug that is turning people violent and giving them temporary superpowers. Shannon Kohli directed the episode written by Jessica Queller & Dana Horgan (#411).

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#11 RE: Blood Memory Synopsisvantheman77 2019-01-13 01:46
Quoting Brierrose:
I have a theory that the Red Daughter has something to do with the destress call from a Navy ship that turned out to be a deadly alien attack that Kara responds to in episode 10. I'm assuming it's a US Navy ship otherwise I don't think Col. Haley would be so upset or have any type of jurisdiction. It would be very plausible for the Russians to want to attack a US Navy ship.


Let's hope your theory comes true.
+2 #10 RE: Blood Memory SynopsisBrierrose 2019-01-12 14:59
Quoting vantheman77:
I hope they don't forget about Kara's double in Russia.
I have a theory that the Red Daughter has something to do with the destress call from a Navy ship that turned out to be a deadly alien attack that Kara responds to in episode 10. I'm assuming it's a US Navy ship otherwise I don't think Col. Haley would be so upset or have any type of jurisdiction. It would be very plausible for the Russians to want to attack a US Navy ship.
#9 RE: Blood Memory Synopsisvantheman77 2019-01-12 12:50
I hope they don't forget about Kara's double in Russia.
+1 #8 RE: Blood Memory SynopsisSully 2019-01-12 07:54
Quoting jacksc01:
This just sounds like one of those episodes where we see a little bit of Melilssa and alot of Nia and Alex. I hope I am wrong but these stories where the central plot is not SuperGirl are just not as exciting to me. I also hope this doesn't mean that we are going to see alot of episodes where the sisters are not working together - the best episodes to me are when Kara and Alex work together against the enemy.
This is my fear of Kara not working at the DEO anymore. The possibility of Alex and Kara not teaming up on missions and also more time focusing on Kara not being Supergirl. While I like seeing Kara as Kara, I'm just not as excited about those stories and I always have trouble getting into episodes that revolve around side characters. Hopefully, this one will be different for me.
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Sounds like Lena is testing a drug on people.Would not put it past her that the drug goes back to L Corp and her experiments.
Or the drug was snuck out of L Corp somehow and everyday citizens got a hold of it. Either way, it would seem as though Lena's experiments must have yielded positive results at some point. Perhaps this is how Manchester and his group gain their powers.
+3 #7 RE: Blood Memory SynopsisStewart Tick 2019-01-12 06:54
"the best episodes to me are when Kara and Alex work together against the enemy."

Yes - me, too! I always have them working together (with the rest of the Supergirl Team) in my fan-fiction stories!
+3 #6 RE: Blood Memory SynopsisKaraD 2019-01-12 05:39
Quoting KET1:
Too early to tell for sure at the moment, but it seems that the Alex subplot may have been borrowed from the recent Jo Whittemore Supergirl YA novels.


I was thinking the same thing! Age of Atlantis and Curse of the Ancients. I love reading the series by Jo Whittemore. Yesterday, I bought the last one, that came out this week, Master of illusion.
+1 #5 RE: Blood Memory SynopsisRomulus 2019-01-12 03:22
Sounds interesting. Should be a decent hour of SG TV viewing. ;-)
+3 #4 RE: Blood Memory Synopsisjacksc01 2019-01-12 01:01
This just sounds like one of those episodes where we see a little bit of Melilssa and alot of Nia and Alex. I hope I am wrong but these stories where the central plot is not SuperGirl are just not as exciting to me. I also hope this doesn't mean that we are going to see alot of episodes where the sisters are not working together - the best episodes to me are when Kara and Alex work together against the enemy.
+1 #3 RE: Blood Memory Synopsisrtms77 2019-01-11 21:18
Sounds like Lena is testing a drug on people.Would not put it past her that the drug goes back to L Corp and her experiments.
+1 #2 RE: Blood Memory SynopsisKET1 2019-01-11 19:20
Too early to tell for sure at the moment, but it seems that the Alex subplot may have been borrowed from the recent Jo Whittemore Supergirl YA novels.


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