My Youth Is Yours, a Supercorp fanfic written by lynnearlington, retells Season 2 of Supergirl with the backstory that Kara and Lena dated in college and are seeing each other again for the first time since their breakup. In this episode, Kris and Stephanie first offer some nonspoilery talk about why and what they like about the fanfic. Then they delve into spoilery discussion of different elements and plot points in the story.
Lena Luthor is accused of inadvertently poisoning children with her lead diffusion device, but Kara Danvers, whom she loves and who loves her, believes in her so much that Kara won’t accept that Lena could have even accidentally done such a thing. Also, Sam might be up for that threesome Lena seemed to be angling for? We’re not sure, but we think some wires got crossed, instead of, ahem, other things at the end of the episode. Kris and Stephanie discuss the Supercorp subtext of episode 3×05 of Supergirl.
Things seem to be getting (secretly) serious between Kara Danvers and Lena Luthor! Stephanie and Kris offer their takes on that look that Lena gives Kara, as well as that other look that Lena gives Kara. We’re talking about the Supercorp subtext in episode 3×04 of Supergirl. We also take a moment to talk slightly more realistically about that strange anecdote Lena shares at girls’ night and Lena offering some supportive friendship to Sam.
Kris and Stephanie are joined by other Killjoys podcasters, Mark from The Warrant Is All and Kevin from Tuning in to Scifi TV, to discuss Season 3. We talk about the reveal about Dutch’s origins, and whether it holds up for us, as well as other major storylines of the season. We also speculate a bit about Season 4 and make a wishlist for the rest of the series.
So many mixed signals between Kara and Lena in these first two episodes of Season 3 of Supergirl! Kara is feeling guilty about lying to Lena about her Supergirl identity, and they’re having to negotiate their new relationship as employee and boss. And Lena seems to be trying to hook up a threesome between her, Kara, and Sam? We’re not sure, but that shot sure was suggestive. Kris and Stephanie discuss the Supercorp subtext (and a little stuff that actually happened) in episodes 3×01 and 3×02 of Supergirl.
Bo takes Lauren on a mission to save a man who has been taken by a Lich, a very long-lived Fae who seeks knowledge. They hope the Lich could have information about the nail the Morrigan gave Bo as a hint about Nadia, but the Lich has other plans for the succubus. Kris, Annie, and Stephanie discuss one of Annie’s favorite episodes of Lost Girl, “Death Didn’t Become Him.”
The authors of The Science of Orphan Black: The Official Companion, Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth, answer questions about their book. Topics discussed include the Castor Project, Rachel’s brain injury, and the clone ID sequences. Casey and Nina also share how Clone Club brought them together and which clones they both love to think about and love to love.
With Helena in labor as they try to escape the clutches of Neolution, Art helps Helena take down Coady while Sarah faces off against John, making a last stand to free the clones once and for all. Kris and Stephanie discuss the series finale of Orphan Black, “To Right the Wrongs of Many.”
Hoping to gain a tactical advantage over Aneela, Dutch enlists Zeph’s help to access the memories that Khlyen had stored in the Remnant. However, the memories actually lead to surprising discoveries about Aneela’s past. With Dutch pursuing her own goals, D’avin is left to handle the preparation for the war against the Hullen. He tries to recruit Fancy and the Cleansed to help them pilot the Hullen fleet.
Annie and Kris discuss episodes 2×06 through 2×09 of Wynonna Earp. The relationships continue to be a highlight for Annie, especially Wynonna and Waverly as well as Waverly and Nicole. However, the burgeoning friendships between Wynonna and Nicole and between Jeremy, Doc, and Dolls also have been fun to watch. Rosita and Robert Svane have shown a refreshing and different side to the Revenants.