The "Supergirl -- Season 5 SPOILERS!!" thread was starting to turn into a "Crisis on Infinite Earths" thread, so I figured somebody ought to start one.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" is this year's annual Arrowverse crossover on the CW, which will include Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Batwoman.
Here's a comprehensive rundown of what is known about it, from Too Fab: "Everything We Know About the Arrowverse 'Crisis' Crossover: 'Kingdom Come, Burt Ward, Anti-Monitor and More!"
Re-watching the first three parts ahead of the wrapup tonight. Some additional thoughts ...
We watched part four last night then switched over to the debate.
We'll watch part five (and This Is Us) tonight.
The cameo in episode 4 blew me away.
I'm glad they put episodes 4 & 5 on the same night, since 4's conclusion made it seem like the crossover was over.
Loved the homages to the covers of Crisis 7 and 12.
Looking forward to seeing more Ryan Choi -- I suspect on Legends.
Seeing what was under the drape at the end of episode 5 was very welcome indeed. And that last music cue!
Out of all the shows, the new status quo on Supergirl is the most intriguing so far... but then again, that's what we've seen the most of.
Here's my wrap-up on the wrap-up. Even writing over my limit both times, I didn't manage to include all the Easter eggs and references, like CK's Captain Cold mention above. Man, it was fanboy heaven!
I had to watch the wrap-up a day late, so I tried to stay away from my usual online haunts so things wouldn't be spoiled. (A few headlines I saw did spoil a few things but not everything.)
I just let it wash over me without looking too closely or thinking too hard, so I'm sure I'll watch it again, but some first impressions ...
TV Line answers some questions about the Crisis crossover, like "Why weren't Iris and Cisco in Part Five?": "'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Burning Qs Answered!"
Plus, I always thought that if we were getting the Kingdom Come Superman, it should have been Dean Cain. But I gather he's become persona non grata.
Now, on Supergirl, they've killed Jeremiah Danvers, his character.