Recap : Superman & Lois S02E03

If you haven’t been catching up or watching this fantastic DC show, then you’re missing out as some big stuff is soon to come in Superman & Lois.

Last week we saw Clark open more upon his visions that he’s been experiencing to Lois and how he wants to find more about what’s going on with him as it affects his ability to protect and serve the world. He ends up revisiting his brother Morgan Edge to try and see if it could do with the use of the eradicator as he’s the closest to knowing anything Kryptonian at this point after the destruction of his fortress of solitude in the last season. They then take Morgan Edge out of prison to visit his cave. He has a built-in conscience of Clark’s Mother uploaded there to see if she could detect if the eradicator did something to Clark as it was her invention. We never really found out what went wrong and are still trying to understand what any of these visions that Clark is experiencing means.


Meanwhile, something mysterious is crawling out of the mines. As some miners investigate, they are killed by a detonation set off in the cave to protect everyone from what is trying to escape from the mines. Lois and John Iron head down to investigate the tremors from the mines from afar, and whilst they don’t know exactly what’s causing it, they believe it relates to what Clark has been experiencing with these visions and are trying to figure out precisely what it means.

If anything, that’s just a little bit of the main recap with what’s mostly been going in the last episode with only a bunch deeper subplots that intertwine really well with the show’s main plot. The show handles this main big story really well with keeping it contained and intriguing for audiences to enjoy as they get even more out of the show with how all of the other characters within the show connect with the main plot and help build such great moments of suspense and the need to know more as there’s so much mystery behind what any of this could mean. But it also helps bring the showdown to earth and feel a bit more relatable with its audience as we find little thing’s that help us connect and like all these great characters within the show, which is what makes it a relatively decent and well-loved show.

The story just keeps building more and more, with this episode bringing some big moments to the show as we have only just gotten to the beginning of what will probably be huge.

If anything, we’re more than ever focused on the relationships between people, and this episode explores that to a deeper level with how everyone feels about some of the stuff going on in their lives. We have Lois trying to figure out how to get in contact with her sister as she worries, she may have returned to this cult that almost killed her and is desperately trying to contact her as she fears for her what could happen to her sister as this podcast resurges her story with this so-called cult leader. Then there’s Jordan trying to cope with his relationship with Sarah and Jonathan trying to understand what’s making this kid in his football team so strong and why. Some people are drifting apart from who they want to be or are meant to be with, which helps build this added conflict and tension to the show overall, making you feel for everyone as you also try to grasp and understand the bigger picture of what the show is leading to. It makes such an impact on making the audience feel for all these characters as it creates such a powerful tension towards essential scenes in the show and is what makes it a solid, well-made show.

It’s a been a pretty emotional, deep yet epic season so far with so much action and tension building within this season already. Superman Fans are really bound to love what’s to come in this show so far, and especially I cannot wait to see what happens next week on Superman & Lois.

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