Five Reasons To Love Cat Grant From Supergirl
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Five Reasons To Love Cat Grant From Supergirl

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Five Reasons To Love Cat Grant From Supergirl

In season two, episode two, of Supergirl we learned that Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart) might not be a series regular anymore due to Kara's new self-discovery and Cat's decision to take a leave of absence from CatCo. While this news saddens me that we probably won't get to see Cat every episode, I'm glad that she'll at least, most likely and hopefully, make an appearance here and there... so let's remind ourselves five reasons why we'd miss Cat Grant.

1. Her humor.

It's even funnier when you realize this episode aired on CBS (before the show moved to CW).

I'll have to remember this one for a future witty remark.

True, Cat. True. Some things we have no choice but to do.

The Supergirl/Flash crossovers definitely gave the writers some funny opportunities (see second gif).

Cat gets it. Sometimes you just don't care.

2. She's confident and knows what she wants.

She knows who she is, and she owns it. Cat Grant is the definition of girl power.

For instance, food.

These are mine.

Then there is this confidence.

... and now?

As an aspiring author, I can 100% agree on that one.

Let's not forget about the naming of Supergirl...

Again, Girl. Power.

3. Her relationship with Kara.

Their relationship story arc was one of my favorite parts about the show, especially the first season.

Cat always gave Kara the best advice. I don't know what I'll do without her.

She even calls Kara by her actual name and not Kiera anymore.

4. Her protectiveness and faith for Supergirl.

Like when people say horrible things about Supergirl.

No explanation needed.

5. She's a hero, too.

To Kara, Cat has taught her how to believe in herself, strive for the best, and own her super power. It seems like Cat is Kara's hero.

It doesn't matter whether she's Kara or Supergirl. They have both inspired each other.

In all honesty, Cat Grant is one of the best characters on Supergirl, and it is hard to imagine the show without her. However, she has made a great impact on this show, especially helping Kara grow, and you can bet I will be looking forward to seeing Calista Flockhark (I mean, Cat) in the future.

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