Idk. I expect the title character's scenes and love story arc/interest to get more. I know there are many who don't like Mon El, but people also always complain about love interests not getting development. He's growing. I'm sure they won't stay together long before the secret or whatever messes them up though.
I don’t disagree with the “main” pairing getting more screen time. My issue was the CW releasing Sanvers stills and claiming it was a Sanvers-centric episode implying that Sanvers would get more time than usual to several media outlets. Less than 5 minutes of screen time is not “centric.” It feels like The CW is up to its old tricks of using the queer audience to whip up excitement and ratings but then not giving us what they promised. I don’t know who is actually to blame for the disconnect between the marketing and what we got (or didn’t get) in the episode, but these optics matter when the network has a history of this kind of thing.