Alex and Winn would have *so* much fun with Team Flash, wouldn't they? Almost *everyone* on the team, except for Iris and Joe, I suppose (and H.R. but he's dead now), are scientists of some sort, unlike with Team Supergirl, where it's really just them who are the science nerds (and maybe Lena? Does she count as part of the team?). They would have so much fun geeking out with everyone. Alex talking bio with Caitlin and physics with Tracy, Winn talking tech with Cisco. It'd be great!
“This was a mistake,” Kara mutters quietly. “I see that now.”
“It was,” J’onn agrees diplomatically. “I’m surprised; you should have known better.”
Kara nods, though she’s a little distracted, cradling the remains of what was once her toaster oven–oh, the good times they had together. The late night calzones, the early morning cinnamon rolls…
“Did anything survive?”
“My blender, I think,” Kara inclines her head towards the remaining appliance, but of course, at that moment, Winn surfaces from the nerd horde gathered around her coffee table, scurrying across the room and swiping the blender from the counter.
“Need this for heroworksorrywe’llfixitlaterpromise!”
And then he’s back in the thick of it, speaking animatedly to Cisco, who is shaking his head, no, no, that’ll never work, while Alex is off to the side, translating some of the schematics to Caitlin, Tracy jumping in every now and again with a question, a clarification, a thought.
“Do you understand any of this?” J’onn asks.
Kara sighs. “Some?” She’s still staring forlornly at the dismembered oven. “Earth science is basically ancient history.”
“Mmm.” J’onn says. “So. We don’t know if your toaster oven even died for a worthy cause.”
“Oh no,” Kara shakes her head, setting the parts aside and squaring the shoulders. “We’ll know, alright,” she says firmly. “I’ll make sure it was sacrificed for a noble cause.”
“Godspeed,” J’onn says.
And Kara joins the fray.