You can probably make a case for any character on Scandal to be the living worst actually.
Let's have a pow-wow about Supergirl's final flight of the season.
The entirety of National City fell under the the spell of Non and Blue Stretch Armstrong as the Krytponian mourning period ended just in time for the Flash to not be around to help.
Barry Allen traveled to National City (and another universe) in the super hyped Supergirl and The Flash crossover.
Did the extra information about how J'onn met Jeremiah Danvers sway you one way or the other about the Last Son of Mars?
Well that finale came quick. Let's talk about it!
Supergirl had a taste of Red Kryptonite and decided to tell everyone exactly what she felt about them.
Super-G takes on Master Jailer and something far worse: another assistant for Cat!
So... this episode was really about being family.
This week, Kara faced off against Bizarro Kara, a.k.a. a Jane Doe that Maxwell Lord engineered to be the opposite of Kara because he couldn't deal with the fact he couldn't control Kara. The men on this show, man!
"Strange Visitor From Another Planet" was one of the better episodes of the season as Hank faced the past and an anti-alien senator caused some problems.
We've skipped forward five years, and things haven't really changed that much.
FX's anti-rom-com had a spectacular season because it paid attention to the important things.