Reviving this thread since we had the Flash crossover event. I haven't watched since Episode 3, so uh, kind of got lost in a bit, but I actually feel my interest resurging in this show. For one thing, Win feels like Kara's actual friend now instead of a jaded friendzoned guy. Cat and Kara apparently have a bond now? That's actually something I saw coming but cool nonetheless. Also, Livewire was kinda really cool. I dunno if it was because of the actress, but I really liked the character. Hell, I like the actual relunctance we saw on her face when Cat asked her not to kill her so her sons wouldn't be alone. Is it too much to hope for Livewire to possibly become the Captain Cold of this show?
Will say, Silver Banshee was kind of... weird. She appears to be normal at the beginning but then suddenly gets all murder.exe? Granted, like I said, I haven't seen anything since Episode 3, but this felt like a REALLY fast transition to the point where it felt like a multiple personality issue/bipolar with literally how she just went from "I'm scared, Win," to "Lol swagever Win stfu let me kill some bitches."
Also, am I the only one who felt a lot of chemistry between Barry and Kara? I don't mean romantically, though I wouldn't be opposed to it, but just the way they worked off of each other. The thing is, they're such similar heroes and it was so satisfying and great to see them working together. Especially since, despite my liking for BvS, this feels like a true Super adaptation. Kara has doubts, the people have doubts about her, and she's made mistakes, but she's still pushing through and trying to prove herself. She also expresses these things and clearly has emotion and has an actual bit of character development. It's not just stoic/forced for the plot.
This show has a cheese factor to it, but it's the same I'd say that Buffy/Flash/Veronica Mars have to them, and overall, evidently, the show got a LOT better. Guess I'll need to pick this up again at Episode 4.