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{{Episode
 
|name=In Search of Lost Time
 
|name=In Search of Lost Time
|image= M'yrnn J'onzz apologizes to D.E.O. for your incompetence.png
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|image= M'yrnn J'onzz apologizes to the D.E.O. for his actions.png
 
|season=3
 
|season=3
 
|epnum=15
 
|epnum=15
 
|number= 57
 
|number= 57
 
|airdate= April 23, 2018
 
|airdate= April 23, 2018
|writer= '''Story by:'''<br/>[[Eric Carrasco]]<br>'''Teleplay by:'''<br/>[[Katie Rose Rogers]]<br>[[Nicki Holcomb]]
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|writer= '''Teleplay by:'''<br/>[[Katie Rose Rogers]]<br/>[[Nicki Holcomb]]<br/>'''Story by:'''<br/>[[Eric Carrasco]]
 
|director= [[Andi Armaganian]]
 
|director= [[Andi Armaganian]]
|guests=[[Carl Lumbly]] as [[M'yrnn J'onzz]]<br>[[Curtis Lum]] as [[Demos]]<br>[[Glenn Ennis]] as [[Draaga]]<br>[[Paul Lazenby]] as [[Mandrax]]
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|guests= [[Carl Lumbly]] as [[M'yrnn J'onzz]]<br>[[Curtis Lum]] as [[Demos]]
 
|before= {{Ep|Schott Through The Heart}}
 
|before= {{Ep|Schott Through The Heart}}
 
|after= {{Ep|Of Two Minds}}
 
|after= {{Ep|Of Two Minds}}
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*This is the episode that Mon-El gets his comic book accurate suit.
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*J'onn having had an imaginary friend from a parallel dimension named "Zook", a reference to the DC comic book character that appeared in comic books published by National Periodical Publications (now known as DC Comics) in the 1960s. He was the partner of the superhero J'onn J'onzz, the Manhunter from Mars (now known as Martian Manhunter).
*J'onn having had an imaginary friend from a parallel dimension named "Zook", a reference to the DC comic book character that appeared in comic books published by National Periodical Publications (now known as DC Comics) in the 1960s. He was the partner of the superhero J'onn J'onzz, the Manhunter from Mars (now known as Martian Manhunter). Zook's first published appearance was in the story, "The Invaders from the Space Warp" from Detective Comics #311 (January, 1963).
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*The title is a reference to the [[wikipedia:n Search of Lost Time|volumed novel of the same name]] by [[wikipedia:Marcel Proust|Marcel Proust]].
*The title is a reference to the novel of the same name by Marcel Proust.
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*[[Winn Schott|Winn]] attempts to act out the 1989 film ''[[wikipedia:The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover|The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover]]'' during charades, only for [[M'yrnn J'onzz|M'yrnn]] to read his mind.
*Kara uses the line "The son becomes the father and the father the son" from the 1978 film ''[[wikipedia:Superman (1978 film)|Superman]]''.
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*[[Kara Danvers|Kara]] quotes her uncle [[Jor-El]], "The son becomes the father, and the father, the son", a line spoken by the character in the 1978 film ''[[wikipedia:Superman (1978 film)|Superman]]''.
*The electric batons that Alex uses near the end of the episode may be a nod to Nightwing's enhanced Escrima Sticks, from the comics.
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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"In Search of Lost Time" is the fifteenth episode of the third season of Supergirl, and the fifty-seventh episode overall. It aired on April 23, 2018.

Synopsis

M'yrnn inadvertently causes psychic disturbances at the DEO; Supergirl must work with J'onn to contain the chaos; Mon-El begins training Kara in fighting techniques he's learned in the future.[1]

Trivia

  • J'onn having had an imaginary friend from a parallel dimension named "Zook", a reference to the DC comic book character that appeared in comic books published by National Periodical Publications (now known as DC Comics) in the 1960s. He was the partner of the superhero J'onn J'onzz, the Manhunter from Mars (now known as Martian Manhunter).
  • The title is a reference to the volumed novel of the same name by Marcel Proust.
  • Winn attempts to act out the 1989 film The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover during charades, only for M'yrnn to read his mind.
  • Kara quotes her uncle Jor-El, "The son becomes the father, and the father, the son", a line spoken by the character in the 1978 film Superman.

References

  1. Supergirl - Episode 3.15 - In Search of Lost Time - Synopsis - SpoilerTV


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