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I searched and didn't see a thread for Batwoman so I'm starting one because I think I know what's happening in the latest episode and it's because of Stargate SG:1. In the latest episode we see that Beth from an alternate universe has joined Earth Prime. At the very end we see that both Alice and herself are hurting. Then in the preview they say one must live and one must die. Here's the Stargate reference, they are going through Entropic Cascade Failure and yes I remembered this as I saw it happen to them in the episode. You can't have two variants of the same person occupying the same reality. This never was a problem before but it is clearly one they are rolling with now.
 

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There was a Jeopardy question last night or the night before about Batwoman. Nobody answered correctly. One guy rang in and said "batgirl" but Alex denied him.
That's the other part of the issue with this show: she's hardly some beloved character. A Batgirl show would've been a much better choice because even if you went with a Barbara Gordon or Cassandra Cain version, both those have fans. Nobody cares about Kate Kane. Her hype was a decade and a half ago when she was the highest profile LBGTQ character at DC, but that's old news now. She never brought much to the table beyond that.

In fact, now I've made myself sad that we didn't get a Cassandra Cain Batgirl show. That could've been awesome. Of course, the CW would've just made it about who she was dating and added a generically attractive supporting cast of bland characters, so it doesn't matter.
 

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That's the other part of the issue with this show: she's hardly some beloved character. A Batgirl show would've been a much better choice because even if you went with a Barbara Gordon or Cassandra Cain version, both those have fans. Nobody cares about Kate Kane. Her hype was a decade and a half ago when she was the highest profile LBGTQ character at DC, but that's old news now. She never brought much to the table beyond that.

In fact, now I've made myself sad that we didn't get a Cassandra Cain Batgirl show. That could've been awesome. Of course, the CW would've just made it about who she was dating and added a generically attractive supporting cast of bland characters, so it doesn't matter.
Yeah, Batwoman hasn't been much since Greg Rucka wrote her story in Detective Comics.

Plus, I don't want Cass anywhere near the CW. She is too much of a badass to be watered down into shadow shadow of herself for the shippers of social media to get their hands on. If there's a show, it needs to be on DC Universe or HBO Max.
 

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If you YouTube the Quartering, he has a couple of opinion pieces. I will warn, He leans conservative so many on here may not like them.

He does use Twitter and movies magazine but to support his opinion/theory,
 

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