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Homecoming
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Homecoming (S02E14) is the fourteenth episode of season two of "Supergirl" released on Mon... More Homecoming (S02E14) is the fourteenth episode of season two of "Supergirl" released on Mon Feb 27, 2017. Over 26,576 TV Time users rated it a 8.6/10 with their favorite characters being Chris Wood as Mon-El, Chyler Leigh as Alex Danvers and Melissa Benoist as Kara Danvers.
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February 2017

The moment when Kara becomes the man of the relationship:

The moment when Kara becomes the man of the relationship:
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February 2017

This was the funniest part of this episode ! Loved it ! 😂😂😂😋👌🙈

This was the funniest part of this episode ! Loved it ! 😂😂😂😋👌🙈
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February 2017

So after reading everybody's hate for the other's ship I just feel so confused. I mean, in my opinion, both Sanvers and Karamel deserve screentime and they are both well written. In the case of Maggie and Alex, they represent - in addition to LGBTQ+ - that even if you are strong on the outside you can still be open to someone and let him/her get to know your inner fears. They can be huge role models and we get a balanced screentime on them. In the beginning more and now less which is completely understandable. Kara and Mon-El just got together so it is obvious they will get more screen time now. (And they have amazing chemistry together - just be grateful you didn't have to watch Kara more with James.)

And to reply to people on how this relationship is not at all bad written I can say one thing. Do you know the stereotype about how some fictional characters find their true love who are just miraculously perfect for them and completely understand how the other feels in every situation? Mon-El doesn't understand Kara in numerous occasions. He is not perfect for her, but he doesn't have to be. He just has to care enough to try and he is trying so hard. With him, we can see how somebody has to try to change some things for the one they love but still be themselves as Mon-El said what he thought about the girls' father. It is the keeping of this balance which is really hard to reach and Mon-El is on a really good track. I just hope that Kara will notice and appreciate this.

And to the ones who say the characters shouldn't have a love interest I just have to say that they are people too - more or less. Would you like to live your life alone? Didn't you have a crush on people in your twenties? Aren't you in a relationship? If you don't want to watch people getting together watch something with asexual and aromantic people in it (and I mean it in a respectful way, I think it would be an interesting series). Romantic and sexual attraction is part of our lives and these influence our deeds as well as you can see in the series. I don't say that they should show only action because both are important parts of a person's life and they are interwoven.

So all in all, both ships deserve screentime and are important for the show.

So after reading everybody's hate for the other's ship I just feel so confused. I mean, in my opinion, both Sanvers and Karamel deserve screentime and they are both well written. In the case of Maggie and Alex, they represent - in addition to LGBTQ+ - that even if you are strong on the outside you can still be open to someone and let him/her get to know your inner fears. They can be huge role models and we get a balanced screentime on them. In the beginning more and now less which is completely understandable. Kara and Mon-El just got together so it is obvious they will get more screen time now. (And they have amazing chemistry together - just be grateful you didn't have to watch Kara more with James.)

And to reply to people on how this relationship is not at all bad written I can say one thing. Do you know the stereotype about how some fictional characters find their true love who are just miraculously perfect for them and completely understand how the other feels in every situation? Mon-El doesn't understand Kara in numerous occasions. He is not perfect for her, but he doesn't have to be. He just has to care enough to try and he is trying so hard. With him, we can see how somebody has to try to change some things for the one they love but still be themselves as Mon-El said what he thought about the girls' father. It is the keeping of this balance which is really hard to reach and Mon-El is on a really good track. I just hope that Kara will notice and appreciate this.

And to the ones who say the characters shouldn't have a love interest I just have to say that they are people too - more or less. Would you like to live your life alone? Didn't you have a crush on people in your twenties? Aren't you in a relationship? If you don't want to watch people getting together watch something with asexual and aromantic people in it (and I mean it in a respectful way, I think it would be an interesting series). Romantic and sexual attraction is part of our lives and these influence our deeds as well as you can see in the series. I don't say that they should show only action because both are important parts of a person's life and they are interwoven.

So all in all, both ships deserve screentime and are important for the show.

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So after reading everybody's hate for the other's ship I just feel so confused. I mean, in my opinion, both Sanvers and Karamel deserve screentime and they are both well written. In the case of Maggie and Alex, they represent - in addition to LGBTQ+ -  that even if you are strong on the outside you can still be open to someone and let him/her get to know your inner fears. They can be huge role models and we get a balanced screentime on them. In the beginning more and now less which is completely understandable. Kara and Mon-El just got together so it is obvious they will get more screen time now. (And they have amazing chemistry together - just be grateful you didn't have to watch Kara more with James.)

And to reply to people on how this relationship is not at all bad written I can say one thing. Do you know the stereotype about how some fictional characters find their true love who are just miraculously perfect for them and completely understand how the other feels in every situation? Mon-El doesn't understand Kara in numerous occasions. He is not perfect for her, but he doesn't have to be. He just has to care enough to try and he is trying so hard. With him, we can see how somebody has to try to change some things for the one they love but still be themselves as Mon-El said what he thought about the girls' father. It is the keeping of this balance which is really hard to reach and Mon-El is on a really good track. I just hope that Kara will notice and appreciate this.

And to the ones who say the characters shouldn't have a love interest I just have to say that they are people too - more or less. Would you like to live your life alone? Didn't you have a crush on people in your twenties? Aren't you in a relationship? If you don't want to watch people getting together watch something with asexual and aromantic people in it (and I mean it in a respectful way, I think it would be an interesting series). Romantic and sexual attraction is part of our lives and these influence our deeds as well as you can see in the series. I don't say that they should show only action because both are important parts of a person's life and they are interwoven. 

So all in all, both ships deserve screentime and are important for the show.
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February 2017

" I'm not gonna talk. Why don't you tell me what you need. I'll listen." Mon-El

" Just be here with me" Kara

Cuteness overload 😍💕

" I'm not gonna talk. Why don't you tell me what you need. I'll listen." Mon-El

" Just be here with me" Kara 

Cuteness overload 😍💕
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February 2017

I am in love with Mon-El😂😂😂😂😂😂

I am in love with Mon-El😂😂😂😂😂😂
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February 2017

Mon-El is me when I get a boyfriend😂😂❤

Mon-El is me when I get a boyfriend😂😂❤
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February 2017

I'm so glad to see her smiling. Mon-El makes Kara happy, I'm happy too. you deserve this Kara ❤️

I'm so glad to see her smiling. Mon-El makes Kara happy, I'm happy too. you deserve this Kara ❤️
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February 2017

Excuse me, where do I buy one of those?

Excuse me, where do I buy one of those?
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February 2017

they're so good for each other 😭💖

they're so good for each other 😭💖
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February 2017

Forget Jeremiah, bring him back!!!

Forget Jeremiah, bring him back!!!
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February 2017

it's so sweet to see that Mon-El's trying to be there for Kara, not just trying to protect her.

it's so sweet to see that Mon-El's trying to be there for Kara, not just trying to protect her.
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February 2017

"Kara is a badass, she doesn't need a protector or someone to show her off. The girl does all that by herself."

"Kara is a badass, she doesn't need a protector or someone to show her off. The girl does all that by herself."
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February 2017

👏👏

👏👏
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February 2017

this. moment ❤

this. moment ❤
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February 2017

OMG please call and ambulance, I'm dying from cuteness overdose. Kara and Mon-El are endgame.

OMG please call and ambulance, I'm dying from cuteness overdose. Kara and Mon-El are endgame.
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