But just as the visual cues were driving the point of its heroine's infrequent spells of loneliness, the overarching plot is clearly building to a big change in that equation. If superhero stories have a favorite "melancholy" mode, it's in reminding us that it's lonely at the top. In Supergirl's case, her own singularity is usually mitigated by the way her tendency towards team-player status closeness with her sister, devotion to CatCo, joining The D. But "We Can Be Heroes" conspires to leave her with little to do but face her limited social options as events place her paired-off supporting cast in their own storylines to a greater degree than typical for the series: As the narrative wraps up, Kara is the only one without a playmate to hurry off with. For those needing a refresher, said couplings include Alex Danvers and Maggie Sawyer now a happily-functioning romantic duo hopscotching through their Honeymoon Phase , Miss Martian and Martian Manhunter gradually moving from inter-species disdain to something else and platonic BFF's James Olsen and Jason Winn - who clash over revealing their "Guardian" vigilante operation to Supergirl, but find themselves more unified than ever when she refuses to support their dangerous do-gooding hobby. That's not to say that Kara doesn't at least have prospects of her own. Whether or not the series actually plans for her to actually become Supergirl's repeat-problem remains to be seen, though DC has been hot to push the character conceived as a Superman-family answer to Harley Quinn since she was created for the animated series back in the 90s. More substantively, though, the episode moved ahead the storyline for Kara's nearest possible potential romantic interest, Mon-El, who having declared his intent to join Kara in the superhero game last episode graduates here to field work with mixed results, but a rare moment of unguarded honesty. He admits that his increased desire to better himself has less to do with a growing sense of heroic responsibility, and more to do with being sweet on Kara. As the episode leaves off, however, she's still claiming to not be interested - meaning that being Earth's Strongest Third Wheel among almost all of her significant friendships is now, at least in part, a condition of Kara's own making.
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Years ago, there was a fascinating study that suggested the concept of "genetic sexual attraction" exists. What that means is that you are inherently attracted to people who remind you of yourself. There have been a number of instances where siblings separated at birth run into each other years later and find themselves highly attracted to this mystery person who was actually their sibling. The same effect happens for parents and children if they were separated at birth and meet each other years later. These people find themselves sexually attracted to this other person, primarily because of the genetic similarities. It's the same basic idea of people marrying other people who remind them of their parents. In the world of comic books, there really aren't very many long lost siblings who fall in love with each other, but instead what we have are instances of superheroes falling for other superheroes who are, in effect, the opposite sex version of themselves and sleeping with them.