I've heard of stuff like that happening. It probably did happen on some occassions, but there would likely be new laws in place afterward for stuff like that.
The episode was amazing. Not as good as 5x05 or 5x06 (my favorites of the season), but so many good moments. I really liked the ending with Flint and Tess and the small model of Earth. It felt like the arc went full circle. What did you think?
It's definitely not good for Arrow, especially since Black Lightning ratings are great. Arrow ratings are now in the bottom half of CW ratings to stay.
Is there a metahuman with the ability to give someone powers in the comics? I've got no idea.
I don't think they'll do what they did to Julian, mostly because this is (almost certainly) Iris and Barry's kid. The show loves to focus on Iris, Barry, and Iris and Barry.
Do you like Ralph? I'm far from a fan and neither is my brother. His arc (and character evolution) just felt very sudden, like Mon-El 2.0 to me.
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Did you two see 3x13 of Supergirl? I've only seen a handful of scenes and read up on spoilers, but I feel really disappointed. They basically said that Irma and Mon-El had an arranged marriage to unite a bunch of planets (which felt like a bit much to me) and him saying he's still in love with Kara, but has grown to love Irma as well. On the other side, we're seeing Kara being able to move on and have conversations as friends. It's frustrating. Also, why does Mon-El, who had 7 years of training in the future, seem to fight even worse than he did in the season two finale? I'm not a big fan of the character, but at least portray his evolution correctly. I can't believe that he's leading the Legion at all.
I'm really excited for Legends of Tomorrow to return next week. I don't understand why of all the DC shows, they picked to share the time with Supergirl (Arrow makes much more sense given the dwindling ratings), but either way, it's only seven days away! :)