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"I can fight so many things but I don't know how to fight someone with belief. He's blinded by faith."
"Let me ask you, what makes somebody blind just because they believe?"
Kara Danvers and James Olsen about Thomas Coville
"The Faithful" is the fourth episode of the third season of Supergirl, and the forty-sixth episode overall. It aired on October 30, 2017.

Synopsis

Kara investigates a secretive new group whose leader, Thomas Coville, has a mysterious connection to Supergirl. Meanwhile, Samantha feels like she's letting Ruby down, and J'onn confesses an old secret.[src]

Plot

"The Faithful" begins with two gentlemen having a discussion in their flight. In the discussion, the plane beginnings hitting some disturbance and it's indicated that one of the motors has touched off and the plane accident lands in a waterway.

It's uncovered that the plane was the one Kara spared toward the start of the arrangement.

Samanta is watching Ruby at a soccer match when she's drawn nearer by a woman who knows both of their names. She hands Samantha a leaflet and welcomes her to a congregation like social event.

At CatCo, Kara, Lena, and Samantha are discussing approaches to praise the merger when Kara sees the congregation pamphlet around Samantha's work area — she requests to keep it.

Later in the day, James and Winn approach Kara at CatCo and get some information about the handout. Kara uncovers the pamphlet has the Krypton image for Rao on the spread and they have to explore it further.

The gathering chooses to go to the get-together to perceive what it's everything about. At the point when they arrive, they're promptly drawn closer by a more youthful part who guides them to their seats. The more seasoned man of his word we saw on the plane toward the start of the scene steps the platform and he uncovers the faction's name is "Offspring of Rao."

He starts his lesson, expressing that they've all assembled on the grounds that Supergirl spared them.

Later in the day, James and Winn approach Kara at CatCo and get some information about the leaflet. Kara uncovers the pamphlet has the Krypton image for Rao on the spread and they have to examine it further.

The gathering chooses to go to the get-together to perceive what it's everything about. At the point when they arrive, they're promptly drawn closer by a more youthful part who guides them to their seats. The more established noble man we saw on the plane toward the start of the scene steps the platform and he uncovers the religion's name is "Offspring of Rao."

He starts his lesson, expressing that they've all assembled on the grounds that Supergirl spared them.

The congregation chief proceeds with his message and picks Olivia — the young lady the gathering drew closer at the asking of the administration — out of the group. Olivia approaches the platform and discloses to her story — in an intoxicated trance, Olivia nearly tumbled to her demise in the wake of tumbling off a rooftop however she was spared by Supergirl.

The gathering closes the administration by imploring Supergirl.

Back at the DEO, Winn's running record verifications on the congregation head — a man by the name of Thomas Coville — and they discover that the congregation is comprised of everybody spared by Supergirl.

Kara tells the gathering that Coville knows an abundant excess about Rao and Krytpon folklore and requests them to burrow further.

Kara, Lena, Samantha, Alex, and Maggie are having their young ladies late evening commending the merger as they circumvent sharing stories. Kara is summoned in light of the fact that a structure's ablaze and when she arrives, she finds a mama that necessities sparing.

When he's sheltered on the ground, he's drawn closer by Olivia praising on turning into an individual from the congregation since he's been spared by Supergirl.

Maggie appears at the scene and Kara reveals to her that the child deliberately set the fire so that Supergirl would spare him and he could join Coville's congregation.

Ruby's at Samantha's office when another CatCo worker busts in. There's been an issue with the merger — Morgan Edge has recorded an enemy of trust grumbling.

Kara approaches Coville at the congregation to pose a couple of inquiries about the religion he lectures his devotees. After a couple of more inquiries — Coville halts abruptly. He perceives Kara as Supergirl. Kara removes her glasses and requests Coville to quit having the gatherings and church social affairs.

After Kara leaves, Coville goes to the rear of his congregation where a bigger Krypton antiquity is being kept and with his arms outstretched, he says resoundingly that he will "spare her."

Ruby has nodded off on the love seat in her mom's office, sitting tight for her to complete work. Lena strolls in and Samantha advises her that she's gotten the protest excused. Samantha then separates to Lena — she said she has an inclination that she's the most exceedingly awful mother since she believes she hasn't given Ruby enough of her time.

Kara's out on the overhang agonizing over National City when James moves toward her. The two discussion about Coville's confused lessons. Kara concedes that she doesn't have the foggiest idea how to stop Coville — she can't stop somebody's convictions.

Kara heads to the DEO and teaches Winn to run following on the Betahedron — the curio we saw Coville addressing before. He's taken it to a neighborhood field during a hockey game. He's anticipating detonating it so Supergirl comes to spare the people in question so they can select them all to their congregation.

Kara flies to the field trying to stop Coville while Alex speeds there on her bicycle. Kara approaches Coville about his activities and Coville discloses to her that he anticipates setting the Betahedron off in endeavor to change over each of the 15,000 individuals in the arena to their religion.

Kara approaches the Betahedron and she falls — there's Kryptonite in it. Coville holds lecturing his supporters that Supergirl will spare them, yet Kara slices her hand to give them all she drains.

Seeing her blood, Coville has a go at stopping the Betahedron and presses an inappropriate fastens and actuates it. Alex runs in and removes the Kryptonite from the Betahedron, however it's past the point of no return — it's going to detonate. With no an ideal opportunity to flie the touchy out of the arena, Kara utilizes her warmth vision to puncture the floor and Alex, with the assistance of Coville, drive the Betahedron into the holding, staying away from an immense debacle.

Coville is seen detained and Kara has dropped by. She ensures they're rewarding him well. She asks whether he's going to tell anybody her character and he reveals to her he has overlooked the human name she let him know.

Coville clarifies that he currently knows Rao's motivation for him, to help Supergirl be less occupied.

Kara, Alex, Lena, and Samantha are at an ability show. A gathering of young ladies dressed as Supergirl play out a move.

We see Ruby start singing 'Unadulterated Imagination' from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and an enthusiastic Alex comes up short on the theater. Kara pursues and the two discussion about Maggie's considerations about not having children. Alex reveals to her sister the amount she needs kids.

The scene closes with Kara rehashing the multi dimensional image of her mom as 'Glory be' by Jeff Buckley plays out of sight.

Samantha is preparing for the evening and when she shuts her medication bureau, she's surprised to discover composing all over and hands and a baffling hooded figure behind her.

Ruby strolls in to discover her mom wailing on the floor. We at that point get a flashback to the scene at the hockey arena when the Betahedron is dropped through the floor. At the point when it detonates, it initiates one of the cases in Reign's lowered boat we saw before in the season and a hand presses against the glass.

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