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For me, Fallout is the one. Seeing Kara being super while trying to hide her identity from Lena and Eve was priceless. Melissa Benoist is such a talented actress. She can display a range of emotions. In this episode, seeing her frustration on not being able to get away to change into Supergirl was so good. I liked the humor in that episode and wish we could see more Kara being super. I might get my wish in the next episode...
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I think I might have re watched Fallout and Fallen Angel. This season is not grabbing me as much as the last two--and nowhere near as much as Season 1.

Season 1 seemed far more focused, a trait shared by the debut seasons of Flash and Arrow. It felt like Kara's story in a way it hasn't quite matched since.

I will say that after a dodgy start, the last 3 episodes were clicking for me more. I await January with cautious optimism. :)
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Quoting Kiwi:

''I used to watch Season 1 episodes up to 5+ times regularly and the reason I don't now probably comes down to Melissa's screen-time and the focus on Kara/Supergirl. In Season 1 it was about 2/3rds (66%) of an episode but now I would say it's below 50%, so it just doesn't seem the same without as much Kara/Supergirl which who I watch the show for.''

Season 1 is my favourite season exactly because of Melissa's presence on screen. After the show moved from CBS to CW, everything changed. All the fans keep asking for more Kara/Supergirl and I feel like they keep adding supporting characters instead. I don't know if it's a question of reducing the amount of work for Melissa because from what we heard from the other actors, she's always at work, 12 to 16 hours a day. If that's the reason we don't see Kara/Supergirl as much, I certainly understand and I want Melissa to be with she show for many years to come. But if it's because the writers and producers just want to add other layers to the show by adding too many characters, then, I'm against it. Maybe we will see more Melissa with the red Daughter story.



OMG! You're like me!! I have rewatched season 1 more than you can count. CBS did focus more on Kara/Supergirl more, also extra Danvers Sisters scenes are always a BIG plus :D
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Quoting Kiwi:

''I used to watch Season 1 episodes up to 5+ times regularly and the reason I don't now probably comes down to Melissa's screen-time and the focus on Kara/Supergirl. In Season 1 it was about 2/3rds (66%) of an episode but now I would say it's below 50%, so it just doesn't seem the same without as much Kara/Supergirl which who I watch the show for.''

Season 1 is my favourite season exactly because of Melissa's presence on screen. After the show moved from CBS to CW, everything changed. All the fans keep asking for more Kara/Supergirl and I feel like they keep adding supporting characters instead. I don't know if it's a question of reducing the amount of work for Melissa because from what we heard from the other actors, she's always at work, 12 to 16 hours a day. If that's the reason we don't see Kara/Supergirl as much, I certainly understand and I want Melissa to be with she show for many years to come. But if it's because the writers and producers just want to add other layers to the show by adding too many characters, then, I'm against it. Maybe we will see more Melissa with the red Daughter story.
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Yes Kiwi. I also rewatch mostly the parts with Kara/Supergirl being super. I also rewatch the sisters' scenes and some Brainy. I fast foward the rest like Lena's experiments for one. I prefer seeing Lena interact with Kara or Brainy.


I love me some Brainy, he's quickly become my 2nd favourite character (after Kara of course) and I can re-watch his scenes. I would just like to see more interaction between Kara and Brainy, I watched their scenes (in Kara's loft in her dream state) in S3 E10 quite a number of times as they were so enjoyable together (credit to Melissa and Jesse).

Essentially where I'm at currently is I watch an episode through on 1st viewing and then my 2nd viewing is just Kara/Supergirl and Brainy's scenes and forward through the rest (no disrespect to the other actors/characters intended it's just that I've lost interest when they are not interacting with Kara/Supergirl). I don't much go for 3rd viewings nowadays.

I used to watch Season 1 episodes up to 5+ times regularly and the reason I don't now probably comes down to Melissa's screen-time and the focus on Kara/Supergirl. In Season 1 it was about 2/3rds (66%) of an episode but now I would say it's below 50%, so it just doesn't seem the same without as much Kara/Supergirl which who I watch the show for.
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I have to agree with others. None of the episodes have been standout "watch over and over" episodes, this year. But there are great scenes.

The opening scene of this season, with Supegirl's saves, was great. I also liked her first encounter with Mercy and Otis, because it was shocking, how incredibly prepared for her they were.

From there, I'd skip all the way to episode 6, when the Children of Liberty began their Thanksgiving attack.

And any of Kara/Supergirl's scenes from episode 7 were fantastic. I just wanted more of them.

I used to rewatch full episodes, all the time. But that hasn't been the case since after the first fight with Reign. As the episodes have put more and more focus on the supporting characters and less on Kara/Supergirl, I haven't found entire episodes worth rewatching, as much. I think "Red Faced" from season 1 is still my most rewatchable episode, as a whole. Awesome episode from front to back.
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Like Kiwi, I haven't watched entire episodes over this season but, I have watched scenes and skimmed through the rest. I don't know that I have a top scene either, just because when I've re-watched scenes I watched to see things that I might have missed. And it's kind of sad to say but, I actually can't recall what even happened in the early episodes. That said, I do think this season is written better but, I guess there hasn't been anything that has been that special or dramatic that made a lasting impact.

But, I will also say, that besides Episodes 1, 2 and the Reign/Kara fight last season, this is the first time since Season 1 that I have even had a desire to re-watch any scenes or episodes. So, that's a move in the right direction for me :) .
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Yes Kiwi. I also rewatch mostly the parts with Kara/Supergirl being super. I also rewatch the sisters' scenes and some Brainy. I fast foward the rest like Lena's experiments for one. I prefer seeing Lena interact with Kara or Brainy.
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I don't really watch episodes over and over these days, it's more specific scenes I watch many times. And the scene this season I've watched on repeat was the very 1st one, Supergirl's Superheroics around the world. Such a joyous opening to the season.

I think we're pretty similar KaraD in that Supergirl being Super are the best parts of any episode. It's certainly what I watch over and over.
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