New Requirement for Ep. 11

Well this is a first. Sounds like there might be a requirement for us fans come Monday's new episode of Supergirl! What could that be? Kleenex Tissues. HA, well that's hardly a requirement but in an interview with, Glen Winter did gush about how powerful this episode is going to be!

It delves into Martian Manhunter's history, and where he came from. Someone from his past comes back to see him. David Harewood gives an emotional, nuanced performance. You can expect to cry. It's beautiful. [Audiences] can expect some amazing action.

Glen went one to discuss the complications of working in all CG for certain scenes:

Sometimes you get more inspiration from what you are limited by. You have to figure out a way around it. That drives the way you approach a scene. Sometimes I'm used to working in particular confines. For this episode, where you have a creature that is completely digital, you can do anything, so I was a little overwhelmed. I'm used to someone telling me I can't do something, and then I have to figure out how to work around that. It's just funny -- it took me longer to get my head around how to do it, because I could do anything.

That's not all either. While Glen is going to have a great grasp on what to expect, David Harewood's partner in crime, Chyler Leigh, even gave us this warning/nugget for Monday's episode:

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One thing is for sure. Monday's January 25th Episode is not one to be missed! Watch it with us while we live tweet the episode and then come back here to share your thoughts and feelings with your fellow fans!

What do you think is going to happen this episode? Are you ready for everything it sounds like this episode promises? Let us know in the comments below and in the forum!

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