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  1. Bumping this thread up because I'm surprised that nobody's mentioned this little bombshell: Juan Pablo Di Pace comes out as gay, I'm not going to lie. I'm thrilled to know that he bats for my team. But I also grieve because of the struggle he had to go through his entire life, and I applaud his courage in doing something that would have destroyed his career just 30 years ago. I'm glad that he's finally brave enough and comfortable enough in his own skin to be who he really is. ¡Bien hecho, Juan Pablo! Well done!
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    F-U, Reboot-Mania: Express Your Hate Here

    It's ridiculous to claim that this reboot is an "adult" Flintstones, since the original show was ALWAYS aimed at adults. It was inspired by The Honeymooners (Jackie Gleason almost sued Hanna-Barbera over it, in fact), and most, if not all, of the humor would have gone right over the average kid's head, since it was directed at the grownups who'd be watching. But hopefully it will be better than that "Bullwinkle" reboot abomination of a few years ago. I'm still scarred from seeing how THAT part of my childhood was massacred!
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    F-U, Reboot-Mania: Express Your Hate Here

    Not a peep about the planned reboot of "The Flintstones"?
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    She's Superman's Cousin!: And Other Supergirl Spoilers

    Well, Lena will pretend not to, at least.
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    General Gabbery: DWTS

    Oh, I don't know. I'd put Alan up there with Val and Artem.
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    S04.E16: Hey World!

    Yet Sara and Ava were ultimately glad that Zari did it, because when Ava and the Time Bureau teamed up with the Legends to take down Mallus, Ava specifically recruited the Themiscyra-trained Helen as one of their reinforcements -- and Helen kicked ass and took names. So yeah, I think that Sara and Ava both in hindsight not only understood why Zari did what they did, but they were also glad that she did. And I meant that Charlie and Mona WOULD have bent the rules the same as Zari did if they'd been around because they'd have been immediately sympathetic to Helen, especially Charlie, who knows what it's like to be condemned to an undeserved fate. And if Nora had been back then who she is now, she'd have done it, too, and for similar reasons. She knows what it is to have no control over your own destiny because she had no control over hers for the longest time.
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    S07.E22: You Have Saved This City

    Hmm. Point taken!
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    S07.E22: You Have Saved This City

    I'm not sure I understand your complaint. The flash-forwards were set only 20-21 years into the future. The characters who would be in their mid-late 30s in 2019 would only be in their mid-late 50s by 2040. That's still considered fairly young by today's standards, and I know many 50-somethings today who could easily pass for 35 or 40 at the most. So I'm not sure how old you think the older adults should have looked in 2040.
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    S04.E16: Hey World!

    Why wouldn't they have? Sara understood why Zari bent the rules to take Helen to Themyscira instead of back to Troy, and Amaya, Charlie, Nora, Mona, and even Ava would have as well. Any of them would have been sympathetic to Helen's dilemma and would have done exactly what Zari did.
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    S04.E16: Hey World!

    Superman is currently in Argo City with Lois while they await the birth of their first child, plus he's never met the Legends and resides in Supergirl's Earth-38 universe. Batman has, as you say, disappeared from Gotham City, which is currently being run by his cousin Kate Kane aka Batwoman (who has also never met the Legends), and we've never established whether Wonder Woman even exists in this universe, although Themiscyra and the Amazons do (that's who trained Helen of Troy when Zari sent her to live there instead of returning her to Troy).
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    You know you're watching too much Arrow when....

    He's definitely a keeper!
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    Spoilers & Speculation: Running Hot & Cold

    Ahem. Nora still has HER powers. She's just apparently stuck in fairy-godmother form until someone figures out how to change her back.
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    Orvillian Media: Wireless Telecommunications Facility

    Scott and Adrianne tied the knot this past weekend:
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    S04.E22: The Quest for Peace

    It was mentioned in last year's Elseworlds crossover episode. Lois and Clark had just gotten engaged, and when they broke the news to Kara (who, of course, was overjoyed), they also told her that they were moving to Argo City for the duration of the pregnancy and the birth precisely because they were concerned about the possible harm that having a super-fetus growing inside Lois could cause.
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    S04.E22: The Quest for Peace

    Not quite. They don't want the baby manifesting any powers in utero while Lois is pregnant, as that could be fatal for Lois. Google "Man of Steel/Woman of Kleenex."
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