Cat grant meets supergirl cbs

cat grant meets supergirl cbs

Supergirl will be network hopping from CBS to the CW — the home of superhero television. While the Melissa Benoist series currently exists outside of the famous Arrow -verse , there has been speculation that Kara will eventually transfer Earths and be aligned with Arrow , The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow .

If you didn't have access to CBS or were unable to watch the first season, then fear not my fellow nerds — here's a run down of all the important action from Season One of Supergirl.

As I'm sure you superhero nerds all know, a long time ago, the planet Krypton was facing destruction. In a bid to save her daughter, Alura Zor-El put her daughter Kara in a pod and sent her to Earth to watch over her baby cousin Kal-El. On the way to Earth, Kara's pod got knocked off course and ended up in the Phantom Zone where she remained for several decades. Eventually she broke free and arrived on earth, but her cousin had already grown up to become Superman.

Kara works at CatCo Media, a media company owned and led by the incomparable Cat Grant. Kara is Cat's assistant and often looks to the harsh but beloved Cat for support — both as Kara and as Supergirl.

Cat is a source of inspiration for both Kara and her alter ego as Cat represents a woman who had to fight her way to the top — similar to what Supergirl is trying to do, but she's only starting out and still needs guidance.

In the pilot episode, Alex is on a plane headed for Geneva when an accident causes the plane to malfunction. Unwilling to let her sister perish, Kara takes off her nerdy glasses and heads for the skies. She saves the plane which leads to nationwide media coverage— with none other than Cat Grant naming this mysterious savior Supergirl. With help from her friend Winn, Kara dons the cape and an outfit fitted with her cousin's "S" symbol — The house of El's coat of arms.

From there on out, Kara spends her days fetching Cat's coffee and her nights kicking ass and fighting crime. Whenever National City is in danger, Kara swings into action as Supergirl!

After a fateful coffee spill, Kara realizes she might have feelings for her boss. With the help of Alex, Winn, and James, she devises a plan to leave Catco in order to pursue a (potential) future with Cat Grant.

“Once upon a time, in a far away kingdom, there was a soldier woman who won every single war. She was the wildfire in the middle of a summer day, a heating storm going through life as if each and every day was the last one. She was the wind that battled with the waves of the dauntless ocean, with secrets buried deeper than the deepest abysses. She was a fighter, a warrior, a princess and a hot mess.”

Astra has been abducted, Alex has been shot, and CADMUS wants the Kryptonians currently being looked after by the DEO.
Kara, Alex and the DEO work to find and rescue Astra In-Ze but CADMUS isn't without it's own resources.

I never meant to be the one to let you down
If anything, I thought I saw myself going first
I didn't know how to stick around
How to see anybody but me be getting hurt

I started this intending to write a Valentine's fic, but now I am full on fixing this season.
I can't take lonely Kara looking to Mon-El as her only option while she is wearing a Power to the Girls t-shirt for godssake.

Kara and Alex can't wait to start their final year of high school. Alex looks forward to being able to head off to college and Kara just wants to keep her secret kept a secret. Kara hated to hide herself but she could never reveal that she had two soulmates, but things get complicated when  Kara's other soulmate shows up as teacher at her school.

Cat Grant is born without any tattoo on her arm which means no soulmate for her and a lonely life ahead. Until one night, symbols appear on her arm when she is thirty-seven years-old...

Going into the “ Supergirl ” – “The Flash” crossover episode entitled “Worlds Finest” and airing on Monday, we would not have told you that we desperately needed some sort of scene involving both Barry Allen and Cat Grant; yet, now that we have it, the idea of not having it seems to be incredibly depressing.

In the sneak peek below from this episode, you can see Grant Gustin’s character meeting Cat for the first time, and everyone tries to cover for him being at CatCo by saying that he is their cousin. Meanwhile, Cat proclaims upon seeing the four of them that they “look like the attractive, yet non-threatening racially diverse cast of a CW show.” Pretty great burn, if you ask us, and probably one of many references that we’re going to see to “The Flash” as a show over the course of the episode.

Another funny moment here is Cat taking it upon herself to name the Scarlet Speedster who has be running around in National City … and she goes with The Blur. When Barry suggests The Flash, her main report to that is that the name sounds a little bit too creepy for her taste.

During this episode, Kara is going to help Barry Allen find his way home after running through this dimension; meanwhile, he will help her in order to ensure that Silver Banshee and Livewire are stopped before they do any further damage to the world.

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Next week, Kara Zor-El, better known as Supergirl, gets her very first self-titled TV series. Airing on CBS, the series stars Melissa Benoist as the Kryptonian hero who protects Earth from super-villains and hostile aliens while dealing with personal drama, occasionally being painted badly by the media, and constant comparisons to her cousin, Superman.

Clark Kent, also known as Kal-El (his birth name) and Superman, debuted in Action Comics #1 in 1938, which kickstarted the Golden Age of Comics. Starting in  Action Comics #60 in 1943, DC Comics occasionally put out stories teasing the idea of a female counterpart to the Man of Steel without committing to it. This 1943 story “Lois Lane: Superwoman” shows investigative journalist Lois Lane gaining identical abilities to Superman after he gives her a blood transfusion, only to then realize she’s just dreaming.

In 1951, Lois gains powers and becomes Superwoman for real in Action Comics #156. As Superwoman, she hides her dark hair underneath a blond wig. The powers wear off, but several other stories over the years feature Lois as temporarily superhuman.

That’s Super woman, though. What about Super girl?  In 1949, our first tease of a character with that name occurred in issue #5 of Superboy , a series featuring Clark Kent’s adventures when he was a teenager living in Smallville, Kansas. In the story “Superboy Meets Supergirl!”, teenage Queen Lucy of the fictional Latin-American country Borgonia hides out in Smallville under the alias “Lucy Regent,” befriends Superboy, and then performs at an athletic festival in a fun “Supergirl” costume. Eventually, Lucy returns to Borgonia, leaving behind her costume and a wistful Clark Kent.

In 1956, DC Comics started the Silver Age of Comics, bringing back superheroes years after most of them had fallen out of favor and had their books canceled. This reboot began by introducing a new version of the Flash , with a different origin, costume and secret identity. In 1958, Superman joined the Silver Age by getting rebooted himself. His previous stories were largely dismissed, later said to have taken place in a parallel universe, and a new era began. That same year, DC decided to test whether readers were really interested in a female Kryptonian hero.

So in Superman #123, writer Otto Binder and artist Dick Sprang delivered the story “The Girl of Steel.” In it, Superman’s pal Jimmy Olsen considers how lonely the Man of Steel must be and wishes a lady counterpart into being thanks to a magic totem (the guy has a habit of encountering mystic forces and mutagenic agents). This Supergirl is all too happy to be Superman’s partner, but later winds up deathly ill. Rather than watch her die painfully, Jimmy wishes away this magically created construct. Overall, it’s a story that swings back and forth between being sweetly innocent and fairly disturbing. Seriously, did this Supergirl possess full sentience and free will or was she just programmed to be a great girlfriend? Moving on.

In 1959, a real Supergirl was introduced in Action Comics #252 when Superman stumbles onto a crashed spaceship and discovers teenage Kara Zor-El, who introduces herself as his cousin. Superman is surprised, as he believes he’s the “Last Son of Krypton,” it’s only survivor—apart from his dog Krypto and some terrorists who are imprisoned in the “twilight dimension” known as the Phantom Zone.



Superman
Lana Lang | Lois Lane | Lori Lemaris
Batman
Batwoman | Catwoman | Dana Tan | Dr. Chase Meridian | Rachel Dawes | Talia Al Ghul | Vicki Vale
Robin
Batgirl | Starfire | Stephanie Brown | Wonder Girl
Green Lantern
Jade (Green Lantern) | Star Sapphire
The Flash
Iris West | Linda Park | Patty Spivot | Tigress (Young Justice)
Others



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After a fateful coffee spill, Kara realizes she might have feelings for her boss. With the help of Alex, Winn, and James, she devises a plan to leave Catco in order to pursue a (potential) future with Cat Grant.

“Once upon a time, in a far away kingdom, there was a soldier woman who won every single war. She was the wildfire in the middle of a summer day, a heating storm going through life as if each and every day was the last one. She was the wind that battled with the waves of the dauntless ocean, with secrets buried deeper than the deepest abysses. She was a fighter, a warrior, a princess and a hot mess.”

Astra has been abducted, Alex has been shot, and CADMUS wants the Kryptonians currently being looked after by the DEO.
Kara, Alex and the DEO work to find and rescue Astra In-Ze but CADMUS isn't without it's own resources.

I never meant to be the one to let you down
If anything, I thought I saw myself going first
I didn't know how to stick around
How to see anybody but me be getting hurt

I started this intending to write a Valentine's fic, but now I am full on fixing this season.
I can't take lonely Kara looking to Mon-El as her only option while she is wearing a Power to the Girls t-shirt for godssake.

Kara and Alex can't wait to start their final year of high school. Alex looks forward to being able to head off to college and Kara just wants to keep her secret kept a secret. Kara hated to hide herself but she could never reveal that she had two soulmates, but things get complicated when  Kara's other soulmate shows up as teacher at her school.

Cat Grant is born without any tattoo on her arm which means no soulmate for her and a lonely life ahead. Until one night, symbols appear on her arm when she is thirty-seven years-old...