Anyway, the moral of the story is ladies we start with a disadvantage. We have to control our anger in the workplace. I know it's not fair, but it's true. We can get angry, but once we do someone will just blame it on our bleeds and this time I'm not talking about the cut. We have to control and instead find some other time and thing to vent on. Don't get me wrong, you don't have to take it. You can be like me and have nice comebacks that lets them know not to mess with this bitch because she'll make you look like a dummy. In the end, Supergirl learned how to control her anger, but most importantly, she found out what she was truly angry about. Not at Cat and her cattiness, and not at Jimmy (not James) for being with Lucy Lane. She was mad at the fact that she could never be a normal girl. It's nice being Supergirl because she can be herself, but that doesn't make her normal. I think normal is overrated, but that's just me.
Lucy's father was in town and it really doesn't matter who's portraying him he's an ass and probably is the worst leader ever. He basically blamed everyone other than himself for the Red Tornado going rogue. The Red Tornado was a machine created just to destroy Kryptonians. Like I said, an ass. He's not only an ass in the military, but also an ass in his personal life. He told Jimmy that he would never be good enough for his daughter, but the jokes on him because by the end of the episode Lucy quit her position and decided to stay in National City with Jimmy.I usually say never quit a job over a guy, but since her father is such an ass, I will allow it this one and only time.
Kara and Alex found out through Winn, who hacked the DEO's mainframe, that Hank was the last person to see their father. He was never found and presumed dead and you know what that means folks. If you don't see the death, then the person isn't dead, which is a good thing at least when it's a good person. I'm pretty sure Hank was human and then that mission their father went on with Hank something bad happened and he came out no longer being human.
On a side note, Maxwell Lord seems very smitten by Alex, hopefully she doesn't fall for that douche especially with the experiment he put Supergirl through last episode. And Cat's mother was in town and was actually bitchier than she was, but Cat put her in her place by the end, so all is good in her world.
P.S. I really like Cat, she's a great influence on Kara and women in general if you ask me.
P.P.S. Cat can throw them back!