Supergirl S01E15 (Solitude) Reaction & Review

Supergirl
November 24, 2022

Supergirl vs Supergirl? Love the cameos from other shows…

Supergirl vs Smallville’s Supergirl (Laura Vandervoort)

Supergirl, so far has had a lot of cameos so far. From Dean Cain, who played Clark Kent/Superman from the Adventures of Superman. Also you have the actress who played Supergirl in the movies, is also on Supergirl. Smallville did this but not as often as I have noticed it for Supergirl. Which the cameos and storylines for these characters, seem like they are longer storylines. We see Laura Vandervoort, who played Supergirl in the later seasons of Smallville. This had to be one of the best cameos so far on Supergirl. So if you have not seen Smallville, you would not see this cameo but we basically have Supergirl vs Supergirl.

Although Laura is not playing Supergirl, in this episode. She is playing an enemy that she has to face and deal with. Laura is face with Indigo who kind of reminds me of Brianiac from Smallville as she can do most of her destruction through computers.

Laura Vandervoot as Indigo

Meanwhile James, continues to ask for permission from Kara to tell Lucy the truth about her identity, but she refuses. They are interrupted by an anonymous hacker who lectures and criticizes Cat for failing to act on the story of a lifetime. She tells the staff at CatCo that everyone will now suffer and that the “age of chaos has begun.” With that, the traffic lights throughout the city are instantly turned to green and all over National City we see collisions on the cameras that Winn as pulled up on his screen.

Cat divides her team into groups to find the true identity of the hacker in order to stop her as the Pentagon and other government officials are scrambling to do the same. Lucy and James get into a tiff when James makes it clear that he will be working the case with Supergirl rather than her; James tells her he’ll make it up to her with dinner that night, but instead he goes to Kara’s house with Winn as he attempts to write code to find our mysterious evil woman. Indigo pops up on screen and reveals her identity when she jumps out of the computer in her full-blue avatar (pun not intended). Indigo instantly recognizes Kara as Supergirl, and the fight begins quickly as Indigo proves herself as a force to be reckoned with until Alex and Hank burst in to help Kara out.

Indigo escapes back into the computer as Hank and Alex attempt once again to get Kara back to the DEO. She refuses, and the following day, Alex recruits Winn instead, much to Kara’s chagrin. But despite Kara’s fear that she and James will never be able to learn Indigo’s identity and how to defeat her, James isn’t worried, especially since his plan B should have been used so much sooner. James directs Kara to Kal-El’s Fortress of Solitude, where Kara learns the truth about Brainiac 8, but she’s not quite ready to tell Hank and the DEO about their findings.

In the meantime, Indigo reappears to find Non. The two clearly had a connection and history (apparently enough to suggest that Non broke Indigo’s heart), and here we finally get the truth: Indigo is actually another name for Brainiac 8, and she hated Astra because Astra desired to live on Earth with humans. Indigo/Brainiac 8 has a different plan, one that doesn’t involve Myriad and will wipe the human race from existence in mere seconds. Non asks her what she’s done, and she reveals very little, though she does tell Non that she’ll see him after the apocalypse.

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