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At this point, our Big Bad is Ally Alston, who has already merged with her Bizarro World self. She’s also in the process of trying to drain Clark Kent of some of his own power, which means that moving forward, every other character could be as critical as Superman to the larger mission. Speaking to TV Insider, executive producer Todd Helbing notes that Clark’s situation “forces everybody else to step up … He literally can’t do anything.”
Helbing also notes to the aforementioned publication that they “went crazy” with the spectacle in the final two episodes, which is yet another reminder that sometimes, you can really do a lot with a little. It’s one of the things that the show did a great job with in season 1, and they’ve totally carried that over; this is a CW series that feels much bigger than it is when it comes to the actual budget. Some of that is due to the writing, whereas another part ties to the cinematography.
It does seem like we’re also going to get a cliffhanger at the end of all of this, but that may not be due to Ally at all. Instead, it could be tied to an appearance from David Ramsey as John Diggle. You could’ve argued that his recently appearance on The Flash served to wrap up the character’s story, but that is clearly not 100% the case.
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