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Supergirl: What's next for Kara and Mon-El?

Kara and Mon-El may have come thisclose to kissing before being interrupted by Mr. Mxyzptlk, but the magical imp’s interlude won’t deter the burgeoning couple from taking the next step on Supergirl.

Though Kara (Melissa Benoist) and Mon-El (Chris Wood) got off on the wrong foot — Kryptonians and Daxamites are basically sworn enemies — Supergirl has come to see the good that she, herself, basically brought out in Mon-El. Before Mr. Mxyzptlk’s (Peter Gadiot) inopportune arrival, Kara even expressed that maybe she could be a hero and have a personal life.

“Definitely seeing her sister take such a huge leap and really realizing herself that she can have everything she wants, or at least try, it’s worth taking the risk,” Benoist tells EW. “You can’t just keep yourself guarded to feel like you’re in control, you have to put yourself out there. I do think it’s the kick in the butt for her. Whether or not the timing works out with that, they have real feelings — obviously both of them do — so we’ll see what happens.”

First, the burgeoning couple will have to face Mr. Mxyzptlk, who sees Mon-El as a rival, which spells trouble for all involved. But new love will prevail, with executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teasing initial smooth sailing ahead for Kara and Mon-El. “When they first get together, it’s just about reveling and being together,” Kreisberg says. “Kara is very guarded, she’s always felt distant from people and alone. It’s been hard for her to open herself up, and it took a long time to open herself up to Mon-El, but there’s a comfort being with someone who is also super-powered and someone who is also not from Earth. There’s a lot of synchronicity between them and she takes comfort in that.”

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‘Supergirl’: What’s next for Kara and Mon-El?

Kara and Mon-El may have come thisclose to kissing before being interrupted by Mr. Mxyzptlk, but the magical imp’s interlude won’t deter the burgeoning couple from taking the next step on Supergirl.

Though Kara (Melissa Benoist) and Mon-El (Chris Wood) got off on the wrong foot — Kryptonians and Daxamites are basically sworn enemies — Supergirl has come to see the good that she, herself, basically brought out in Mon-El. Before Mr. Mxyzptlk’s (Peter Gadiot) inopportune arrival, Kara even expressed that maybe she could be a hero and have a personal life.

“Definitely seeing her sister take such a huge leap and really realizing herself that she can have everything she wants, or at least try, it’s worth taking the risk,” Benoist tells EW. “You can’t just keep yourself guarded to feel like you’re in control, you have to put yourself out there. I do think it’s the kick in the butt for her. Whether or not the timing works out with that, they have real feelings — obviously both of them do — so we’ll see what happens.”

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First, the burgeoning couple will have to face Mr. Mxyzptlk, who sees Mon-El as a rival, which spells trouble for all involved. But new love will prevail, with executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teasing initial smooth sailing ahead for Kara and Mon-El. “When they first get together, it’s just about reveling and being together,” Kreisberg says. “Kara is very guarded, she’s always felt distant from people and alone. It’s been hard for her to open herself up, and it took a long time to open herself up to Mon-El, but there’s a comfort being with someone who is also super-powered and someone who is also not from Earth. There’s a lot of synchronicity between them and she takes comfort in that.”

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However, lest viewers forget, Mon-El is still hiding a secret from her — not only are there other intergalactic beings coming after him, but a Dominator spared him when Mon-El and Kara ended up on Slaver’s Moon. What does this mean?! Alas, Kara won’t initially notice anything amiss. “I think she’s totally oblivious,” Benoist says. “I don’t think she has any idea. She’s so focused on how much he’s changed and how he becomes so generous, kind, thoughtful, and selfless that she doesn’t realize or have any thought to the fact that he’s keeping something from her.”

Supergirl airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on The CW. Read what’s next for Alex and Maggie during Monday’s episode here.

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In which they start prepping for their trip to Australia and make some Big Decisions

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I was tempted for a microsecond to end the story with this new chapter, but decided not to give up on LMF. I will finish it, no matter what. In fact, the gif below is an accurate description of me fighting my lack of motivation

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Jacky and Matt’s Proposals

1. “Sluggish, Lazy, Stupid, Unconcerned” 

Frank Ocean’s Be Yourself, is a spoken interlude where his mother talks about drugs and its impact on a student’s life. We’ll be using these words for the picture, “When people become weed-heads they become sluggish, lazy, stupid and unconcerned.”

We’ll have four portraits of two male students and two female students. They will be average students but each depicting different ethnicities through the color of their skin; two white (one male, one female), one black male, one medium skinned female.These students will have separate portraits taken up against different backgrounds and we’ll paste them next to each other side by side to create an illusion that they’re standing next to each other. There will be a lot of room above their head for the beginning of the quote. There will be black tape above all the portrait heads to make it easily edited to read “When people become weed-heads they become”. They will have tape over their eyes where the words “sluggish, lazy, stupid, unconcerned” will be edited over in bright text. Sluggish will be over the white male, lazy will be over the medium female, stupid will be over the black male, and unconcerned will be over the white female. The photo itself will be bright and colorful by editing the images to appear so but the black tape will have bold, white font of the words. The purpose of this piece is to provide commentary on the antiquated views of marijuana by the older population.

2. ”Bring me home”

This will be a photo with text edited in. It will consist of a woman who is sitting up against a plain wall with her face is being covered by her phone, with her the screen facing us. She’s holding out her phone towards the camera so it appears more in focus. Her clothing will have no text; just plain t-shirt and jeans. The text “Bring me” will be written above her head in black, and “home” will be lit on the screen of the phone. We want it to contrast the white background so the background of the screen will be black with white font reading “home.”

3. “Crucify the Insincere”

This phrase would be on a street tag or a sticker.  This quote is from the song “Tonight, Tonight” by The Smashing Pumpkins.  In politics, there has been a great deal of insincerity and dishonesty over the last several months.  This phrase carries a great deal of weight.  This quote can be perceived and interpreted in many ways. The media has already crucified President Trump for his dishonesty.  The purpose of this tag is to mobilize a movement and let the public be heard.  We decided to make it a sticker or tag rather than an art installation so that it is in the eye of the average American.  While this tag isn’t encouraging or inciting physical violence, it coerces the public to “criticize (someone) severely and unrelentingly”.  It forces citizens who are uncomfortable with America’s current political state to consistently question the current administration in the pursuit of a more honest and sincere leader.  The word sin is highlighted to resist complacency and step out of your comfort zone.  Many Americans are religious and live their life attempting to avoid committing sin on a daily basis.  This word is highlighted to avoid the normalcy of everyday life and act contentiously.

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