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"For the Girl Who Has Everything" is the thirteenth episode of season one of the superhero action series Supergirl. It was directed by Dermott Downs with a script written by Ted Sullivan and Derek Simon based on a story treatment by Andrew Kreisberg. It first aired on CBS on Monday, February 8th, 2016 at 8:00 pm.

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  • This episode begins the "Myriad" storyline, which continues through the remainder of the season, culminating in the season finale, "Better Angels".

Comic connections Edit

  • The Black Mercy plant hails from a story presented by DC Comics. It was introduced in the shared continuity that existed in DC's core titles prior to the events of the Crisis on Infinite Earths maxi-series (1985-1986). It first appeared in Superman Annual #11 in 1984. It was harvested by an alien conqueror known as Mongul and has been applied to several different DC heroes including Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, and Supergirl.

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