Sometime later, Lillian became ill with a heart condition that worsened over the rest of her life. He's a business tycoon whose superpower is wealth, which he uses to try to get rid of Superman, who stands between him and global business domination. Lillian is arrested after a failed attempt to wipe out all aliens in National City with a Kryptonian bioweapon, but is later freed by Metallo. She later helps Kara Danvers find , and in turn, Kara goes to a gala being held at L-Corp as herself and Supergirl , later discovered to be a trap to robbers involved in a crime wave involving alien guns. Against President Marsdin's orders, J'onn helps Kara rescue Mon-El from his parents' ship and, after a fierce battle, King Lar Gand agrees to let Mon-El stay on Earth.
Lena has also spent a lot of time with Supergirl as well as Kara. In the second season, Kara and her allies deal with feuds between Earth's native populace and extraterrestrial community, and investigate the shadowy organization Project Cadmus, masterminded by Lillian Luthor, mother of Lex Luthor. You will see strong, capable, wonderful, intelligent, smart women, to show you that everybody can be a million different things and still be a hero. The fact that I even get to be put in the same breath as any of those women in that episode is humbling. In Season 2, nevertheless, Supergirl appeared better despite breaking its new network significantly less.
Soon after, it is discovered that her mother was none other than the director of , who plans to wipe out the entire alien race with an airborne substance. She is kidnapped by the , who poses as Crane in order to kill the Martian Manhunter until Supergirl helps the latter avert it before it goes further. Alex and Maggie regain control of the cannon, while the Luthors escape and try to disable the projector. Later, Lena agrees to work with Rhea, unaware of her alien heritage, on a business project, a transmitter portal. When Menagerie planned to rob the masquerade ball, she encountered as Supergirl and George Lockwood show up. James tracks down her son, Marcus, who refuses to speak with anyone but James, who spends time bonding with him. Unaware that Linda Lee is really Supergirl just as Linda is unaware that Lena Thorul is related to Lex Luthor, the two become best friends and roommates.
In season three, it is revealed that Mon-El's pod was sucked into a wormhole and he time-traveled to the 31st century. Having predicted that, Supergirl is able to send Mon-El to safety and goes to confront Rhea, who reveals that she has taken control of Superman and has him attack Kara. Rohan Vose portrayed by - A well-regarded member of Fiona's alien support group who is attacked and tortured by the Children of Liberty. Her step brother Lex is in prison and her mother is probably the most wanted criminal in National City. There were still instances where the show's reach certainly exceeded its grasp concerning special effects, but on the entire Supergirl became a better-looking show in its second period.
Their fight attracted the attention of the Children of Liberty. Only Kara believed Lena was innocent, with Winn and James even doubting her once a video — which was later revealed to be doctored by Hank Henshaw — provided some pretty alarming evidence against her. Kara and Maggie manage to rescue Alex in time and Alex and Maggie profess their love for each other. It's unfortunate, because she's been the biggest bright spot of the season thus far. After he recovers from the Kryptonite, he helps Kara repel Rhea's invasion fleet. Jones is eventually killed when Kara forces him to absorb a radioactive isotope.
This is particularly true in regards to Linda's evil doppelganger Belinda Zee Superiorgirl. She is trying to save the world -- or, the world that she knows. Maggie and Alex track him down to a secret facility where a woman, also known as Roulette , hosts rich and powerful people. He asked J'onzz to watch over his daughters. After the conference, Kara is approached and told the of Biomax were faked, but her source is killed by the nanobots before she is told more. In season two, though initially attracted to each other, James and Kara decided that they are incompatible as a couple but remain friends.
By the end of season 2, Cat revealed she knew Kara's secret all along, which put her mentoring of both Kara and Supergirl in a new light. Rather, her defining battle all year was her desire to redeem the Luthor name and establish that she should not be characterized by her brother's actions. Ben and his organization go on to kill numerous aliens in National City, including Manchester Black's fiancé Fiona Byrne. Flockhart became a recurring actress for season two, due to the series' production shift to Vancouver and her desire to take on projects near her Los Angeles home. She returns in the final two episodes to help protect National City from the Daxamite invasion. At the series end, Lena is referenced to be recovering in the hospital. Alex also obtains a kryptonite- from Non when she was under his mind control to fight Kara, which artificially enhances her strength and endurance when wearing it.
With Rhea, there was all of this hope, so the pain is more fresh. While there were lots of variables at play at the disappointing climax to Season two, many of it boiled down to the odd choice to shift attention away from Cadmus into some very different enemy in the kind of Queen Rhea and her Daxamite military. Lillian is estranged from Lena since her husband favors her over their son, and blamed Lena's mother for the deterioration of her relationship with Lionel. They learn that Roulette is involved in the trafficking. She also becomes friends with Lex Luthor's paternal half-sister Lena, and enemies with Luthor and Mon-El's mothers Lillian and Rhea respectively. As Lex tells Lena that she is not to see Superboy again, Superman tells Superboy never to see Lena again.
Lumbly has previously voiced J'onn J'onnz in various animated works. J'onn fights Henshaw, becoming a White Martian, while Kara chases the rocket, which explodes and disperses Medusa. The change in both Kara and Supergirl's demeanor when Mon-El comes back will be evident. At the end of season two, Rhea uses silver Kryptonite to compel him to fight Kara, who is forced to knock him out. Her death motivates Manchester to plan revenge on those responsible. The scene at the end of the episode sets up the crossover.
This enables Vice-President Baker to be sworn in as the new President of the United States. Kara's loft was designed to look almost exactly as it was in the first season, while CatCo was substantially redesigned. Lena plays a sneaky role during the event, helping Luthor and his allies beat by feeding her father information, while secretly manipulating events to benefit Brainiac 13. Rhea then teleports herself, Mon-El, and Lena to her ship. Season 3 is all about Kara versus Reign and her mysterious handlers with minor deviations along the way. She later came across a Krpytonian artifact that when in her hands would make her a Worldkiller.