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Lena grew close to Mercy Graves when the latter began a relationship with Lex. Jack wishes to catch up with Lena, asking her to dinner after the press conference but the company's CFO, Beth Breen , tears him away before she can answer. And with that, she thanked and left Kara to her thoughts, looking over her shoulder just enough to watch the CatCo reporter leave. Noting the change in Kara's tone, Lena then shifts to stern pragmatism and talked to Kara not as a friend, but as her employer declaring that she did not spend large sums to overtake Morgan's attempt in owning CatCo on a whim; that she was a businesswoman at her core. Luthor has her in his office, sucking hard on her big tits and puffy nipples, then putting her down on all fours over his desk so he can lick her juicy asshole! However, Kara stayed up all night for Samantha to arrive as well and the two researched and worked together while Lena slept silently nearby on Sam's living room couch.

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An unwise move, for she quickly realizes that it was a sonic-emitting device that overwhelms her Kryptonian acute auditory perception, immediately bringing Supergirl to her knees. With her incapacitated and rendered defenseless by the modified high-pitched noise, a pleased Lillian instructs her cyborg henchmen to entrap the helpless Supergirl into the vault as well.

Lena tries to intervene, desperately begging her adoptive mother to leave the alien be, only to be promptly ignored by the latter and mockingly apologizing to her daughter that Supergirl must pay for what her cousin did to Lex; Henshaw grabs her then throws her down, knocking Lena out. But even whilst being dragged to her doom, Kara would not be deterred and informs them that the synthetic Kryptonite in Metallo's chest is volatile and would shortly explode, killing them all.

Kara heat-visions the sonic-emitter, but still had a hard time fighting Metallo, who repeatedly strikes her with streams of weaponized radiation from his said equipped Kryptonite, weakening Supergirl enough for Metallo to overpower her in melee, getting her on her knees again and pinning her arms behind her while his power-sorce reaches critical. With J'onn's unexpected aid, she escapes in time with Lena, who fills Kara's office with thank-you flowers the following day after she learns that Kara not only sent Supergirl to rescue her, but she also managed to prove that the incriminating footage was falsified.

Lena thanks Kara when she visits later, saying "Well, Supergirl may have saved me. But Kara Danvers, you are my hero. After Kara left, Lena picks up a chess-piece, the white knight, from the chessboard at the table and recalls of the first time she's ever beaten Lex at that game; setting the piece back down on the board, Lena starts to ponder and contemplate of her past with her supposed adoptive family in relation to how she is now in the present.

One day, Kara bumps into Lena at CatCo having forgotten that the two were scheduled for a lunch kombucha date. Kara sincerely apologizes and expresses her frustration in trying to get a warning out that Cadmus was abducting aliens after the terrorist organization stole the National Alien Registry. Snapper Carr wouldn't publish the article without a second viable source apart from Supergirl who, in turn, cannot reveal the existence of the D.

Seeing that Danvers was in a sticky wicket, Lena suggests she write a blog to get the news abroad. She also volunteered to check into her company's history as her mother had been on the board when Lex was the CEO and might have left a trail. Lena discovers a LuthorCorp facility that was supposed to be defunct yet her company was billed for its utilities.

She asks her assistant for the records, who is a Cadmus mole unbeknownst to Lena. Weeks later, Lena receives a personal invite from the CEO of Spheerical Industries , Jack Spheer , for her to attend his press conference about a new technology that his company shall be introducing throughout National City. She visits Kara at her apartment to ask if she could attend the presentation with her as support, revealing that she and Jack were romantically involved for two of their five years together, just before she moved to National City.

She reminisces about the good times she spent with Jack as they journeyed to find a cure for cancer in a garage, but found the prospect of having to attend the press conference alone challenging as they ended on a bad note. At the presentation, Jack awes his attending audience as he showcases his newly-designed nanobot technology that is able to cure any medical ailment, such as injuries or diseases, revealing that he perfected his and Lena's project, Biomax, which Lena is insanely proud of.

Afterwards, Jack goes in search of Lena whom he finds outside together with Kara, leaving the presentation with the other flocking audiences who came for the event. Lena introduces the former CatCo reporter to Spheer who recognizes her as among those who extended questions to him after he demonstrated the capabilities of Biomax during its presentation and gave flattering comments about her before Jack, flustering Kara — who then takes her leave realizing that she pretty much fulfilled her purpose, of lending Lena some emotional backbone and confidence, when she came to the presentation together with the L-Corp CEO in the first place; she reasons that she has to start working on her latest online article, based on what she just witnessed at Jack's launching presentation, and parts away from the two exes.

Jack wishes to catch up with Lena, asking her to dinner after the press conference but the company's CFO, Beth Breen , tears him away before she can answer. He then appears at Lena's office at L-Corp to ask her again, which she declines.

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Jack thinks she may be mad at him for having cracked Biomax problems on his own, to which she says she wishes the best for him.

He then asks her about her life in National City before delving into the good memories of their relationship and then asks to go to dinner again after confessing that he missed her. Lena agrees on the account that the occasion is non-romantic, just for the sole purpose of catching up with each other.

However, when Kara, who barely saved Snapper from the same nanobot swarm that killed the second Biomax lead who also tried whistleblowing Jack's company through CatCo, like it did with the first, learns about Lena and Jack's dinner from Mon-El upon returning to her loft, she abruptly crashed Lena's date at the restaurant.

His story denotes that his breakthrough only came after he realized that he should have gone with Lena to National City, endearing Lena at knowing that some good did came from the breakup. Still suspicious, Kara attempts to press on with her investigation but Lena kindly asks Kara and Mon-El to leave them alone so that they may speak alone with no outside interventions.

They eventually leave the restaurant for L-Corp, where Jack apologizes for making Lena's decision to move more difficult, that he wishes he had rather said that he could make space for her and his work. Lena understands, confiding in him how she wonders whether her life and legacy may have turned out different had she stayed with Jack; and carving a different path for herself separate from her family's questionable own, on account of Lex, was ironically the reason why Lena left Jack in the first place.

They kiss but then Jack seems to zone out and tells her that he needs to go and then leaves her abruptly. The following morning, Lena was combing fondly at images of her together with Jack, through her personal office computer, when Kara comes in and informs Lena that the Biomax human trials were faked and that Jack was covering it up, that he had used it on himself and was using the nano-robotic swarm to eliminate possible leaks; and seeing Lena getting defensive and having doubts to the allegations, as proof, she even showed Lena the video solidifying her word against Jack.

Danvers wanted her to know but makes her promise she won't confront him. Lena defies that, however, and meets Jack in his research lab at Spheerical informing him that she knows about the falsified trials and that he's killed two people with Biomax to eliminate any further leads to the subterfuge. But Jack has no idea what she's talking about, ultimately making Lena realize Jack's honesty on the spot.

He suddenly became emotionlessly unresponsive and unmoving from where he stood, and Beth Breen appears behind him wearing a technological single earphone and simultaneously addressing Lena, revealing that she has been using the Biomax, administered by its maker into himself, in order to control Jack.

Apparently, Jack intended to shut down Spheerical Industries after realizing the underlying risks in using Biomax; but with so much finance at stake, Breen had abscond some of the company's technology and then used it to control Jack against his will, hence allowing Biomax's launching to the open public unimpeded.

But Beth stresses that as not her intent; not when she could profit further with Biomax by planning to use it on Lena to control her and L-Corp, as she already had with both Jack and Spheerical, thereby merging Beth's company with Lena's for more marketable prospects in the future.

She then orders Jack to take and use a Biomax-filled injector gun on Lena to bind her with the nanobots, terrifying his lover, who backs away from the advancing Jack. Supergirl unexpectedly comes into the mix of things, rescuing Lena and forcing Beth to release the Biomax swarm from Spheer's body to combat Lena and Supergirl.

Kara thinks Lena should run, leaving her with the swarm without having to worry about Lena as well; but Lena insists on staying, coming up with a plan of her own and asking Supergirl to preoccupy the nanobots while Lena herself goes after the root of the problem — Breen. Supergirl did as told and flew around trying to outmaneuver and fight the Biomax, only to be eventually caught and pinned to some lab equipment by the said swarm, helpless and gradually being engulfed by the nanobots, suffocating her, while Lena brawls with Breen, who thinks she can take Lena down with ease in unarmed single combat but was quickly proven otherwise, with Lena reminding her adversary that Beth was going up against a Luthor while knocking the other woman down, disarming her of the earpiece that controls Jack and destroying it.

However, Breen tells her that the nanobots have merged with Jack's body and that overriding the mainframe destroys the nanobots and kills Jack, earning Breen an elbow to the face from the Luthor. Begged by Jack to end his misery, Lena apologizes and reluctantly chooses to override the mainframe, saving Supergirl at the expense of Jack; descending down from where the swarm of Biomax had her pinned against only mere seconds ago, Kara can only sympathetically gander at whom and what the bereaved Lena had to sacrifice to save her friend from the said nanoswarm.

Lena explains that she feels cold and calm like her mother after Lex's incarceration, with the only consolation being the thought of Breen dying in her cell and with no way out due to the discredited Spheerical Industries' liquidation in light of the Biomax human test trials' fraudulence being brought into public knowledge [17] — which startles Kara.

She says her friend is in shock at being directly responsible in the death a loved one as the cost of saving someone else who was just as important. But Lena continues, saying that loss does strange things to her family and she personally lost a lot in her life even before she was recognized as a Luthor, thinking that whatever may happen within the span of her mourning could mold her thereafter into something she will one day fear, as that was what happened to Lillian after losing Lex.

Kara hugs and assures her that she will never let anything happen to her, that she is there to protect her forever and always. As she is watching the city from her office that night, she is visited by Rhea who tells her that she has come with a proposal. Rhea had given Lena the design schematics for a transmatter portal.

Lena was excited at the possibilities and benefits that such a device could have on the world, though she knew that it was currently just a theory. Rhea told her that it was possible and then revealed that she didn't tell Lena all of her secrets towards the design as she wanted to gauge her interest before trusting her with them.

Lena told her that she was very interested and Rhea agreed to share them. They went off to have dinner together where the two of them discussed Lena's educational attainment — awing Rhea — before the disguised queen gave her a thumb drive with the remaining pieces of the schematics for the device, which she withheld from Lena during their initial meetings.

Right before entrusting the Luthor with that stored digital knowledge, Rhea then said that her mother must be quite proud of her but Lena told her that she and her mother don't speak to one another anymore especially after her attempts to frame her. Rhea told her that she was surprised as she believed that a mother-daughter relationship was a strong one. She told Lena about her son and that she loved him deeply but then he had fallen for a woman that went on to take him from Rhea and after which her husband, Lar Gand, was killed.

Rhea, in turn, assures the Luthor that her trust of her is true, then toasts and praises the gods for allowing her to find Lena. And as she expresses her praise, Lena watches Rhea with a curious and speculative look from by the table they were at… Lena was then visited by Rhea at office again as she was going over all the new data for the portal.

Lena told Rhea she was arranging for security to let her have access to her office but she just needed her thumbprint. She then moved her alien detection device for Rhea to use, under the guise that it would register her thumbprint, and saw the device indicate that the latter was an alien.

When Rhea asked why the device acted the way it did, Lena dismissed it before she told Rhea that she had reviewed her design and realized that it would need an element that didn't exist on Earth. Lena angrily told her that she wouldn't build anything for her and that she wanted her out of the building. Rhea then left without another word. Later on in the evening, Lena was visited by Rhea who told her that the reason she lied about being an alien was because she had been aware of her mother's reputation and couldn't be sure that she wasn't the same way.

Lena spitefully told her that many people automatically assume that she was a certain way because she was a Luthor, hurt that Rhea turned out to be one of them. Rhea then told her that her proposal was genuine and she did want to work with her, hoping that Lena would reconsider since they could achieve greatness together; she then teleported out of her office to leave Lena to her thoughts.

Lena tried to call Kara for her opinion, but the Danvers told her that it wasn't a good time as she was in the middle of a crisis of her own concerning a kidnapped Alex. Later, Kara was called by Lena and she asked if she was okay. Kara told her that everything had turned out fine and Kara then asked what Lena wanted to talk about earlier.

Lena told her that she had actually settled that on her own. Hanging up, Lena then looked over at Rhea, whom she had decided to work with on the portal after all. Lena then asked if they were ready to change the world which Rhea told her that she was. Later, Lena and Rhea are at dinner discussing the failed first test of the portal.

Lena is disappointed but Lillian reassures Lena that she believes in her. Lena continues to be frustrated at the lack of progress being made and says she wanted to get it working to prove to everyone, and herself that she was just as good as Lex. Rhea reassures Lena that she is smart and assures her that she can do it and gives her advice on how to get it to work, emphasizing that Lena was trying to solve the technical problem in a way that Lex would when the younger Luthor should be charting out her own course for a solution, and one separate from her brother's usual methods.

Taking Rhea's advice to heart, Lena and everyone there watched with glee as the portal's matter-transferral effect finally stabilizes. Lena later runs up to her and on this third scheduled test run to happen, the portal is being activated. Lena suddenly comes to realize that success means that Rhea will be leaving and is disappointed, having seen her as a mentor figure.

Rhea tells her that no matter what, she cherished the time they spent together. Seconds after, Rhea powers the portal again, flummoxing Lena who demands what the former did and her son, J'onn and Supergirl crashed into the facility to stop her; Lena realizes that Rhea used her to get the now self-sustaining portal working and it is discovered that she was using the portal to bring something to earth.

Lena wakes up, in a different attire, to see Rhea sitting by her side. Rhea tries to convince her that Supergirl almost killed her but Lena knows that she was trying to stop Rhea and says that she should have been one to stop her. Lena is hurt that Rhea used and betrayed her while Rhea tries to convince her that everything she said was true. Rhea calls Lena the best of her race amongst humanity's wasted potential.

Rhea calls Lena and Mon-El into the throne room and announces they are to be married and they are to produce an heir, which Lena flat-out refused, though Mon-El informed her that only their genetic material is needed. Despite that, the two of them still refused to be married, which Rhea answers by threatening to destroy thousands of children's hospitals, including the Luthor Family Children's Hospital.

As the wedding preparations came into progress, back on Earth, the D. Coming into a concession, Kara brings them to the Fortress where their way to rescue Lena and Mon-El awaits; and as Henshaw worked on the projector, Kara offhandedly asks Lillian, who was obviously aware of her dual identity as both Kara Danvers and Supergirl, as to why she never revealed Kara's secret to Lena and Lillian imperiously admits that she doesn't have to.

While the ceremony commences, with both Lena and Mon-El in appropriate attires, it is interrupted by Cat Grant , warning Rhea that she messed with the wrong people and encouraging the people of National City to defend themselves and not let the invaders win. Lena and Mon-El are then ordered back to their holdings while Rhea tries to see to the refreshed resistance that is occurring in the city.

Mon-El orders the guard to stand down as the Prince of Daxam; this unsurprisingly and somewhat humorously fails, so he disarms and then struggles to take him out until Lena cooly shoots him with his dropped gun and walks off, unimpressed with Mon-El. Lena found her way back to L-Corp where, whilst drinking away her guilt and sorrows, she moved to make a mess of the Luthor Family chess set in her office.

Lillian then came in and asked her why she would let herself be duped by Rhea. Lena angrily pointed out that Rhea believed in her and had inspired her. She felt that Rhea gave her the support and encouragement which her own adoptive mother never did. Lillian relented that she wasn't the best mother and failed to put her daughter first, but they needed to work together now to stop Rhea and her army.

Lillian then revealed the device that Lena had seen her take from Lex's vault, with her daughter instantly recognizing the box that it was held in. Lena then contacted the D. She was then visited by Supergirl and Superman, and the Luthors revealed to the aliens that the device they had was built by Lex to dispense Kryptonite into the atmosphere in order to make the planet uninhabitable to Kryptonians.

However, Lena took time to examine it and was working to make it dispense lead instead so that it would force the Daxamites to leave. But, Lena knew that it would work on all Daxamites, including Mon-El. She then piercingly asked if Supergirl knew that Mon-El had been dating Kara Danvers, missing the look passing between her and Lillian. Later, Winn Schott who was sent by J'onn to assist Lena in her office and Lena are working on the device while Lillian lofts about, giving waspish comments as the alien invasion outside worsens.

Upon completion, Lillian grabs the device and activates it but, when it doesn't work, is told by Lena that she secretly gave Supergirl the remote, so that only the Kryptonian could activate it when she needs it, and then instructs Schott to inform the D. Thus, the three of them vigilantly stayed inside Lena's office, and standing guard over the finished contraption, until it was finally triggered by Kara.

After everything is over with the Daxamites' forced retreat, it is discovered that Lillian took all the credit despite Lena and Winn being the ones to finalize the device. Following the months after the expunged Daxamite invasion, it was revealed that Lena has allocated her resources to have her company assist in any way it can for the rebuilding of all the damage left by the invaders, donating billions of dollars for the renovation and rebuilding of damage left in the Daxamites' wake.

In that daunting venture, she reached out to Morgan Edge for aid, as the land and real estate developer's impeccable portfolio deemed Edge's development plans as her and everyone else's best shot in the restoration efforts for the ravaged National City. And true enough, within barely half a year, the collaborated reconstruction efforts together with Supergirl's aid and the mayor's permission permitted the city infrastructure and economy to emerge stable and operational once more.

However, overtime, Lena became aware of Morgan's egotistical sexism, about how he thinks little of other people's thoughts and opinions, especially if from the fairer sex; but Lena kept silent about hers concerning Edge, not wanting any friction to expand between the two of them since they are both, at the time, controversial pillars of the city's damaged and recovering community.

She however, like some of National City's one percenters, vocally disapproved when Edge furthers his notions of renewing National City by remaking its waterfront to his liking and profitability. During these past six months of mass-scale structural renewals in municipality, Lena also attempted contact with Kara, who was suffering emotionally from the loss of Mon-El, setting up schedules and plans, but was turned down every time due to Kara dedicating her time and focus as Supergirl drastically reducing crime despite the vulnerable and shattered state their city was in, along with assisting in its property renovations which Lena wasn't aware of as she was still unaware of Kara's actual alien nature and heroic alternate persona.

She was seen, along with other business representatives and negotiates, seated at a table conference in Morgan's office wherein he was basically over-praising himself and those who enabled him to conduct his projects for reviving the city back to its former glory. But Lena, along with James Olsen who was also seated there, was rather quick to point out that Supergirl had a hand in the restoration as well.

Morgan then shifted the subject as to why his business proposition to renovate the waterfront as well has yet to be given clearance from the city officials; and again, both James and Lena responded with simultaneous controversy as such an undertaking would deprive the less-than-privileged of their homes for the benefit of the wealthy. Morgan then proceeded to verbally target Lena, bringing up the fact that she was trying to absolve not only her family of their transgressions but also her own, since it was because of her that the Daxamites were able to descend upon National City in the first place.

He stresses to her that guilt is not a particularly effective business strategem, with Lena coldly replying that neither was exploitation. Sensing that he may have gone too far and that it was almost lunch time, Morgan suggested everyone present there that they all adjourn to the office room next door, where his catering staff prepared a glorious buffet for Edge's business associates and guests.

As the group rose up, Lena calls out to Morgan, telling him that he's not as influential or powerful as he'd like to believe himself as. Morgan arrogantly brushes this off, pointing out to her that powerful people, herself included, were in his office. Lena was later visited by Kara in her office at L-Corp, bringing up Morgan Edge's intent to buy CatCo Worldwide Media , which was now up for sale as a result of Edge cunningly and subtly buying a series of its company shares, rallying up the editorial's shareholders behind him as support up to that point, and with Snapper Carr off to a Sabbatical and Cat Grant not being there Cat now serves as the president's press secretary and had to put CatCo on a blind trust to rebuke his impending takeover.

Kara rather thinks Morgan's bid was intended to stop James from further using his editorial influence to downplaying Edge's future land development plans and about how he and Lena stood up against Morgan in his office from earlier; Lena did not put this past Morgan, whom she believes wasn't above spending that much money on a petty grudge.

She nevertheless agrees with Kara that Morgan also taking control of CatCo would mean bad for those below the higher societal class since the real estate mogul would then be able to sway public opinions and supports to his favor, leaving his developmental projects unopposed in National City. Lena was then asked by her friend to try convincing Morgan Edge to lay off his purchasing CatCo.

Assuring Kara that she would try, Lena then tells the then-leaving reporter she misses her. The two apparently have had very little contact with each other after the city's alien invasion. Lena thinks Kara was cold-shouldering her for her part in driving away the Daxamites with that lead dispersion device she modified from Lex's original design that also resulted in Mon-El having to be sent away from Earth to keep the planet's lead-infused atmosphere from killing the Daxamite prince.

She tells Kara that she was there for her, as Kara was for her when Lena lost Jack, and wanted to apologize for her conduct. Kara replies that Lena did what she had to do; and that in the end, it was Supergirl's decision to activate the device and so Mon-El's fate was not on Lena's, but was then distracted by a crime in progress being reported from a tablet on Lena's desk.

Excusing herself out the door, Lena suggests brunch later with the departing reporter, to which Danvers wordlessly nods as she left, leaving Lena doubtful about to Kara's claim of not blaming her for the Daxamite's forced banishment. She later visits Morgan Edge in his office. Morgan, who was playing office golf, took note of this and coyly expresses what people might say when they hear of Lena's recurring presence in his domain and she snidely tells him that his charms equate to a film starring Michael Douglas from the concluding decade of last century.

Morgan found that flattering, but finds it unlikely that the Luthor would come all this way just for that and Lena extends his proposition of investing more capital to Edge's campaigns. Morgan immediately suspects that in return for the commission, Lena would want him to cease his bid in buying CatCo Magazine. Lena doesn't deny that and emphasizes that Morgan should just stick to what he's good at: Morgan ignores this and mocks Lena by stating that no matter what she does, no matter how benevolent, people will still see her as one who bears a name that brought prominence and infamy to her known family, a Luthor; a belief that he intends to reinforce and then use to his personal advantage in turning the community against Lena via CatCo's editorial resources.

Lena then realizes the twofold reason behind Morgan's attempt-in-progress to purchase CatCo: Edge would only affirm this, attributing it as "good business". Disgusted, Lena saw herself out, missing Robert Dubois, who was hiding behind one of the pillars in Morgan's personal office. Standing later behind the podium at the unveiling of the Girl of Steel Statue by the waterfront, Lena gave a few witty and amiable words to the people who came there for the event in deference for their savior.

But everyone's elation quickly turned to horror when a large tremor erupted somewhere by the waterfront, causing Lena and so many others to duck for cover. She soon witnessed as Supergirl arrived and stopped Dubois' attack and flew his submarine out of the water. Kara later visits Lena again in the latter's office. After two of them pushing aside the absolved matter concerning the underwater assault at the waterfront, Lena tells Kara how she bought CatCo Magazine from under Morgan Edge, meaning she is now the official proprietor of both Cat Grant's company and L-Corp, sparing the former from Edge's reach much to Kara's delight.

However, Lena became distraught when Kara tells her of her resignation from CatCo; she urges Kara to return there for work, knowing very little about journalism in which Kara knows plenty. Lena adds that it's rare to work together with someone close to you, and Kara seems to consider this. And that was when Morgan Edge, evidently peeved for having been out-bought by L-Corp in his CatCo takeover, unceremoniously came by insulting Lena' sanity, forcing Danvers to get in between the two capitalists.

Edge continues to vocally threaten Lena, who tells him that he warrants getting himself tossed, by her security detail, out of her office with that attitude. This prompts Kara to take her leave. That left Morgan and Lena alone, with the former menacingly going on with his verbal harassment. Lena retorts by saying she couldn't care less.

Supergirl unexpectedly descends on the balcony, greeting Lena and then asking if she was done with Edge. Lena confirms that she was and moves away from her business rival. Later inside her loft, after Kara looked on at photos of herself and Mon-El, she sent Lena a reply via her phone accepting the latter's behest — for Kara to return working at CatCo again — and hang out together the next day, addressing her as boss.

Lena sends back a heart-shaped emoji to Kara. Upon arriving and surveying the work environment, she seemed uncertain of what to do next, having delved into a wholly new business enterprise of which is entirely foreign to her. She was warmly greeted by Eve Teschmacher, who seemed thrilled to meet her up-close and offers to get her anything on her Lena's first day as her and Lena suggests that Tess utilizes the private elevator as it would be faster to traverse up and down the establishment that way.

Lena refutes this, saying that anyone could now use the elevator at their discretion and not just her, much to Eve's delight and Lena soon stumbles upon James Olsen who wanted to chaperone Lena around the office and amenities that day. But knowing that she also had a company to run in L-Corp, James advises her to segregate her now-divided time between both companies wisely; and Lena informs Olsen that it won't be necessary, as she had already arranged and settled affairs at L-Corp in her stead, so she could roam free in CatCo, taking in all of its intricacies, without any hindrances from the former, much to Olsen's surprise.

They both get into his office formerly Cat Grant's and Kara comes into the office room, welcoming Lena there as her new boss after the latter's generous purchase and handing, in personal appreciation, the new company Head a customized planner on her first day. James tells her that the top management there has yet to adapt to recent changes in leadership as the result of Lena's abrupt purchase; they have even yet to secure a personal office room for her.

James subtly hints on Lena taking his, but Lena tells him he could keep it viewing such as irrelevant, since her experience in L-Corp has somewhat made her antsy in having a whole office room all to herself she had no idea how Cat or James does it, cooped up in theirs with all those flat television screen monitors in broadcast, lining the wall behind them , and that she'd rather have an active running of the establishment by roaming about and supervising its branches, unconfined by desk space.

Turning to Kara, Lena brings up that she has a lead at Morgan Edge's accounting and that she wants Kara to cover it, but an emergency call from the D. Lena then starts telling Kara of what happened there in the meeting and how she would have wanted her there, but yet another D.

Curious, Lena inquires James as to where Kara was headed and James responded somewhat curtly, asking in turn as to why he wasn't part of the meeting, nor was he informed on it, as it took place in a work environment that he ran in Cat Grant's stead for over a year. Noticing that her ability to make independent decisions was being challenged by her senior, but one whom Lena knew she must not make an enemy of from the beginning of her starting days at CatCo, Lena and James tensely stared down at each other, giving waspish remarks before going on their way.

Seemingly grown weary of Kara's constantly weaseling away from her, Lena goes to visit the former at her desk, mildly confronting Kara of her scuttling behavior but states that she understands why so. Kara thinks and worries that Lena finally worked out her secret as Supergirl, afraid that what Lillian predicted — of Lena hating her best friend for lying to her — has finally come true, but learns that Lena believes Kara hasn't truly gotten over Mon-El's necessary departure, which was causing her work performance to suffer, and ignorant to the fact that Kara recently had her hands full as Supergirl battling against a formidable meta-human, Psi, who recently arrived in National City, robbing its banks in a continuous spree and easily defeating Supergirl at every turn of confrontation by using the Kryptonian's worst fears against her, incapacitating the city's heroine twice in a row now while the poetically-gloating super-powered criminal gets away clean with her stolen prize at both times.

Relieved that her apprehensions weren't the case, Kara tries to let Lena down easy, standing up to her and saying that she intends to settle the matter with Mon-El in her own way, overlapping with work if she must, despite Lena stating that she was free to take a break from duty if that was what Kara needed.

Noting the change in Kara's tone, Lena then shifts to stern pragmatism and talked to Kara not as a friend, but as her employer declaring that she did not spend large sums to overtake Morgan's attempt in owning CatCo on a whim; that she was a businesswoman at her core.

One with expectations, not just in remuneration, from her fresh purchase and that, as CatCo's newest owner, she cannot slack off of her duties there much less tolerate such conduct from the employees under her and not even from Kara, as that would be favoritism, tightening tension between the two close friends. And with that, she thanked and left Kara to her thoughts, looking over her shoulder just enough to watch the CatCo reporter leave.

Presumably Lena would be later communicating, from off-screen, with her L-Corp CFO through the phone and being told by the latter that her child has had some problems at school, but assured by the person at the other end that it was already handled in lieu with all the other business expectations and arrangements as designated by Lena's company — all ready for the next day and should go smoothly with no problem.

This other person then thanked Lena for being so understanding and, before hanging up, promised to meet up with Lena later in the evening. Lena's name is later mentioned by Kara in her apartment where she was confronted by Alex, who was now aware of the true nature behind the panic attacks that her adopted younger sister was experiencing during her skirmishes with Psi, after Winn spilled the beans to Alex while back at the D.

But Lena's suppositions on Kara's inner conflict would later prove to be partially correct after all, when Supergirl's third confrontation with Psi revealed her deepest and darkest fear: Alex's words of encouragement, of how Mon-El was safe wherever he is now just as Kara was when Alura loaded her into the pod that brought her to Earth and the premise that the two literally star-crossed lovers will eventually reunite because of that, finally enabled Supergirl to get over her own crippling fears and she bested Psi with her newfound courage.

Upon her return to CatCo, Kara searches for Lena, whom she finds overseeing the work progress of one the office workers there. She tentatively approaches the Luthor to affirm that the latter's assigned task to Kara beforehand was now met, and then admitting to what Lena surmised from earlier was true but just didn't want up that point to admit it in herself, apologizing in regards of her own job performance thus far as a reporter; that it was crass of Kara not giving Lena her due respect.

Not merely as her new employer, but also her well-intended friend who sympathizes with another's loss. But Lena understands Kara's plight, having gone through the same with Jack. Lena jokes that the concept of friendship was also foreign territory for her since the Luthor family have minions in the place of legitimate friends, hence why she's not particularly good at it. They laughed together and Lena suggests that she and Kara make amends with a hug though was hesitant at the same time, maintaining her stance against favoritism but gives in due to Kara's good-natured and ushering invitation, and the two women wrapped each other together in their arms.

It was then that they were approached by the newly-promoted Samantha Arias, Lena's new mouthpiece and privy in L-Corp, governing its activities and operations in Lena's place and confirming that Sam was the one whom Lena was talking to from earlier right before the former received her pizza delivery at the Arias residence , causing Lena and Kara to break off from their warm hug.

Smiling, Lena introduces her to Kara and vice-versa, and her two acquaintances before her amicably shook hands with each other. A fateful encounter, this triumvirate of powerful women with some of them perhaps more powerful than even they themselves presently realize are only blissfully aware of what now awaits them some time in the future from that point onwards.

Later that night, Lena was seen leaving the office with Eve. They came across James, who appeared to have gotten over his hard-shelled demeanor for and impression of Lena; the two higher-ups of CatCo briefly greeted and departed for the night. Lena, with Kara in tow, visited her old office in L-Corp to leave her signature on some documents there and Sam Arias conveys with them after her daughter's soccer game, followed by a trip to the ice cream parlor with Ruby's team.

Sam showed her reservations, but Lena and Kara were insistent she joins them. Later, in Kara's apartment, Lena, Kara, Sam, Alex and Maggie were all gathered, telling stories of their personal lives and their plans for the future, when Kara had to scoot when she heard the sound of fire-truck sirens, passing it off as the need to get some more ice cubes, that only Alex and Maggie were aware of the pretense.

Lena would later find Sam in the office again, with the latter tearfully lamenting that she was failing Ruby as a mother due to her obligations at L-Corp. Lena offers a few words of encouragement, saying that the love Sam gives to Ruby was more than enough to make up for the times when Sam fails to be at her daughter's side, or when she's not giving Ruby her fullest and undivided attention.

Lena, Kara and Alex would later arrive at Ruby's performance recital. Sam was surprised that her employer and the Danvers sisters came, and Lena reminded her that Ruby was going to have a lot of cool Aunts. A couple of days later, she and James discussed CatCo's statistics when Kara walked into the room and told them to watch what Morgan Edge was broadcasting.

Lena did and learned that several children were rushed to Luthor Family Hospital, as they were all suffering from lead poisoning. Lena angrily confronted Edge who stood by what he televised, and accused Lena of not minding the consequences to her own actions when she altered the lead bomb to drive away Rhea, along with her entire faction and species. Upon being accused of inadvertently poisoning children via the lead bomb deployed during the Daxamite invasion, Lena temporarily stepped down from both L-Corp and CatCo Worldwide Media, despite Kara and Sam's insistence that Lena's re-designing of the bomb was what saved the city and that stepping down now could be taken as an act of admitting guilt, in order for the latter company to provide unbiased reporting during the investigation, in addition to maintaining L-Corp's integrity, lest both enterprises under Lena's ownership be branded for profiteering — a notion that Jimmy did not disagree to.

She later held a press conference outside to, in apologetic tone, let the public know of her plans, despite of herself being unsure if the contraption she modified was indeed to blame, only to be shot upon by an aggrieved mother of one of the affected children, though James and Sam, as it would later be revealed valiantly took a non-lethal hit for her.

He was later seen contemplating together with Kara and Winn, whilst his sustained injury being tended to at the D. Olsen would only defend himself saying that while Lena may not have knowingly lead-poisoned the children with apparent intent, it does not make them falling ill any less her fault due to Lena altering her brother's device of its original purpose and then offering its usage — and nothing good has ever truly came from the hand of one Lex Luthor, leaving Kara speechless in Lena's defense.

Seeing where this debate was headed, with neither side obviously willing to let go of their conviction in relation to Lena's actions that time when the Daxamites both arrived and left, Schott attempts a diplomatic approach and suggests to his friends that they run verifying trial upon the device's re-purposed function themselves to confirm if it was indeed the source of the severe poisonings.

Kara agrees and Winn leads her as Olsen obviously couldn't go due to his wound to the quarantined and monitored testing room with the atmosphere bomb at the center of the flooring just below them. Winn notes that while he was working with Lena to alter the said bomb, they made numerical computations to ensure that the device would only target Daxamites once triggered — determining only a fraction of a percentage to indicate that should it also affects humans, caught in the released lead cloud or exposed to its atmospheric residue, will be irrelevant at best; and assuming that they get the same percentage from the testing procedure, then it shall be confirmed that the lead outbreak was, in fact, incited by causes other than the device about to be tested by Schott.

Activating the device and watching it spread its lead-based cloud within the room's confinement and waiting for the sensors there to measure to particulate content, a perturbed Winn can only show the results to Kara — showing that there may have been a slight error to the computations that he and Lena made when they pooled their efforts together in re-purposing the atmosphere-affecting device, since they were in such a rush at that time with the invading Daxamites and all putting it together that they did not even consider how pre-adult or even pre-adolescent humans, whose immune systems are understandably weaker than those of their adult counterparts, would somatically react to the mass-dispersed lead.

And because of their collaborated error, the afflicted juveniles are now paying the price — meaning that Winn too may have had a hand at their grisly ordeal. Kara leaves him with the results being shown from the tablet at his hands, defeated. Forced to take refuge herself in Sam's household, Lena was gratified that her acting CEO was allowing her to stay there but unsure if it was a wise choice, as she was basically a marked woman with all the angry parents practically out for her blood.

Sam assures Lena that it was okay and letting her in her home was the least she could do when the latter came in her time of need with her daughter. She confidently tells Lena to ease up and adds that this was what friends do for each other. Lena then piercingly asks if Sam would still be so if Ruby who just walked past them with arms laden with sheets and pillows was one of the children that got sick from lead; Sam could only look back without a reply, before looking down and Lena sadly does likewise — Samantha's wordless response was all it took for Lena to sadly understand how things could have come to between the two of them had the scenario she suggested indeed been the case.

Kara later visits the Arias residence, finding Lena by the kitchen counter and in an uncharacteristic state of despair, apparently drinking herself non-stop in liquor and carelessly breaking a wine glass or two in this stupor. Sweeping away the glass shards off the counter and dropping the broken pieces to the trash bin, the Kryptonian tries to get her friend to pull herself together, in spite now knowing from the recent experimentation, conducted by Winn at the D.

Kara chose not to tell Lena this, only for the latter to morosely and amusedly claim that her friend was "terrible at hiding things" from her boss; of course, given her superheroine persona that Lena has not even vaguely begun to suspect, the former mutters she wasn't so sure of Lena's claim, which barely registered to the heavily inebriated Lena.

The reporter assures that she won't rest until Lena's name was cleared from the accusations, mirroring her adamant tenacity from back when Lena was accosted for providing Metallo with a second Kryptonite heart and the subsequent escape of Lillian Luthor; but at this point, the despondent Luthor tells her, not as her employer but as her friend, to cease having truly believed that she was indeed at fault for what the children were going through right now by the workings of the device that Lena modified.

She commends Kara for her insistent belief that there's inherent good in everyone, even for someone bearing the Luthor name, as that was what Lena loves most about the reporter, but goes on to say that in the real world, there was good as well as bad and that either can happen even without deliberate intent. Lena laments at having led her life as a pariah — first due to her access into her family's immense wealth and then, of course, because of Lex's activities against Superman which was what motivated her to be positively seen by others as her own person, in addition to restoring the Luthor family's honor.

But in the end, regardless of what she commits herself into, Lena will always amount to what the general masses perceive her as: Except that Lex never went as far as to endanger the well-being of innocent human children for what he perceived was the greater good, even by accident, meaning she just sank the Luthor name down to a new definition of low — perhaps deeper than either Lex or Lillian before her ever had — as far as morality was concerned.

Kara could only listen with growing sadness as the person before her, whom she came to know as one of the strongest women in her life, devolve into how Kara herself basically was in following the days and months when she lost Mon-El — coincidentally to the same doomsday contraption that was the source of Lena's complete loss of hope and juveniles suffering. Lena then tries to have Kara spare her efforts in proving her best friend's innocence, saying that "she was not worth it".

She later lapses to sleep that night. However, Kara stayed up all night for Samantha to arrive as well and the two researched and worked together while Lena slept silently nearby on Sam's living room couch. Later, Lena's two associates are later seen pooling efforts and skimming up through attained facts and information, on both paper documentations and through Samantha's laptop, as they attempt to get another perspective lead as of how those children could have gotten lead-poisoned, hopefully without tailing back on Lena's altered device.

Realizing that all of the afflicted children have taken residence all across National City and not within the same localized area, which makes their illness allegedly attributable to the device somewhat questionable and that something else must be connecting them to the lead-poisonings, the two women then decided to scour for any connections on the expenditures and accounts of the kids' families, trailing up to time of the children coming into affliction, with Kara pulling out her phone and about to make the call to her necessary contact s in pulling out the intel for them to review when Arias intercedes that with a quicker method — promptly tapping the keys and appropriate commands on her laptop, she immediately brings up the information that she and Danvers sought within seconds, impressing the latter and commending Lena's choice to have Sam put in charge of L-Corp in her stead, as now Kara understands why Lena thinks so highly of Sam.

Surveying the families' recorded financial accounts, Sam and Kara determines that they all went to Frances Park where an Oktoberfest was apparently held. Leaving the sleeping Lena at the house, Arias and Danvers left to investigate the park where Kara while Sam was looking away had to do a slight breaking and entering by using her Kryptonian strength to open the door to access one of the indoor facilities there.

Going inside, they beheld several pools for public use and related to each other of their past as adopted in their youth. Suspicious of the water, Kara x-rays the pools and notices something odd about it; declaring that she will test the waters, she produces a liquid substance-sampler and bends over the edge of the pool to get a sample telling Sam that the sampler was given to her by a friend from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, intriguing Arias as Kara contacts that person, Winn, on her phone.

And within moments Winn got for them the results: Looking around the establishment interior, the two women headed over to the cabinets, opening them to find several barrels of the compound labeled under Acre Lee Chemical. Lena's phone woke her up, a bit startled, but she answered.

Kara's informed her that she and Sam went off to conduct an impromptu investigation of their own to prove that Lena was not to blame for the sick kids, and an exasperated Lena reminded Kara how she told her to just let things be. Kara quickly stated how the children were poisoned due to a chemical reaction in the pool rather than actual exposure to dispersed lead.

Lena reacted when Kara mentioned the name Acre Lee which she intends to investigate together with Sam, and Kara asked their employer if she knew the name, to which Lena said she didn't. She then visited Morgan Edge in his office, confronted him about the fact that she was now aware of his ploy to discredit her by blaming the poisoned children on her re-designed device, when he was the one who orchestrated the whole incident having integrated Acre Lee Chemicals into his enterprise and thus rendering the chemical company's resources available for Edge's disposal.

His plan all along was to smear Lena's good name while bringing himself up in the public eye. Morgan was unfazed of her allegations and Lena was coldly furious of the fact that her business rival would mindlessly endanger innocent kids in his vendetta against her over the vendetta itself, pulls out a gun.

She stated that she knew the woman who shot at her at the press conference was right and that it was high time she lives up to her Luthor name. However, she was hit over the head by one of Morgan Edge's men and falls unconscious. When she awoke, Lena found herself in a cargo plane loaded with the same chemical substance from Acre Lee.

The plane was being controlled by Edge, and she realized his plan was to dump barrels of the substance into the water to infect more people in National City, and then direct the public's blame to her device once more. She tried to radio-contact the air-base for help, but Edge cuts off the transmission. Fortunately, the D. The plane's cargo door suddenly opened and, thinking quickly, Lena tried to prevent the cargo from being dropped into the water.

Supergirl flew in and closed the cargo hatch all the way. She and Lena began to feel some turbulence, forcing Supergirl to attempt holding the aircraft up from the inside. She also shouted to Lena to strap in, but Lena was thrown loose when one of the wing engines of the plane blew. The plane, unable to withstand Supergirl's pressure, broke in half; with the chemical barrels in one end and Lena falling to the bottom of the other.

Supergirl told Lena that she couldn't hold both sides, reflecting the time when Lena herself was forced to choose between Kara and Jack, and had to make the painfully heart-breaking choice of sacrificing the latter. With their time running out and nary a thought to the contrary, Lena insisted the alien heroine to save to chemicals over her, but Kara who would have none of it refused, despite the strained efforts that she was already exerting in literally holding the aircraft's pieces together, and urged the former to climb up, making Lena realize what was at stake and the risks that the Kryptonian was willing to take in saving everyone in National City — Lena included.

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She says her friend is in shock at being directly responsible in the death a loved one as the cost of saving someone else who was just as important. Kara concedes, leading to her return to CatCo and inform Cat Grant of her desire to take up journalism at the CatCo editorial outlet. However, when Kara, who barely saved Snapper from the same nanobot swarm that killed the second Biomax lead who also tried whistleblowing Jack's company through CatCo, like it did with the first, learns about Lena and Jack's dinner from Mon-El upon returning to her loft, she abruptly crashed Lena's date at the restaurant. Supergirl told Lena that she couldn't hold both sides, reflecting the time when Lena herself was forced to choose between Kara and Jack, and had to make the painfully heart-breaking choice of sacrificing the latter.

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  8. And as she expresses her praise, Lena watches Rhea with a curious and speculative look from by the table they were at… Lena was then visited by Rhea at office again as she was going over all the new data for the portal.

At the presentation, Jack awes his attending audience as he showcases his newly-designed nanobot technology that is able to cure any medical ailment, such as injuries or diseases, revealing that he perfected his and Lena's project, Biomax, which Lena is insanely proud of. Lillian makes the rocket explode before Supergirl could act, spreading the virus across the sky. She later visits Morgan Edge in his office. Lillian apologizes for having missed her daughter's party, but her absence does not faze Lena. Supergirl expressed her disapproval for the proceedings of the event, as it was a liable target for Chet Miner and his gang of extra-terrestrial armed robbers.


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