Supergirl Sneak Peek: Winn Snaps Over Guardian's Secret, Mon-El's Suit

It’s time for Supergirl‘s Winn and James to make like Hilary Duff and come clean.

The boys have had their fun playing vigilante these past few weeks, but in TVLine’s exclusive sneak peek of Monday’s episode (The CW, 8/7c), James finds out exactly where Winn’s limit is — because he reaches it.

“Did you get shot?” Winn asks after spotting what appears to be a bullet hole in the Guardian suit. And as much as I’d like to believe that Winn’s panic is purely out of concern for James’ safety, I’m thinking he’s also stressed out about having to squeeze the repair into his already busy schedule.

It seems Winn is devoting the bulk of his time to developing a costume for Kara’s new sidekick. (You’ve got to love James’ response to hearing that Mon-El is getting his own suit: “That frat boy wants to be a superhero?”)

So, will Winn finally snap and convince James to tell Kara about their little side project? And when will we get to see Mon-El all gussied up? Hit PLAY on the video above, then drop a comment with your thoughts below.

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  1. Phun says:

    Can’t wait. I hope it’s tonight when James tells Kara that he’s the guardian. I want to see her reaction to it.

  2. Darsan54 says:

    Mon-el and Kara becoming involved makes perfect sense. Both are survivors from similar cultures at similar levels of advancement. Both are alien. Both have powers. Both are alone (with Kara being somewhat less).

    But the writers are doing him a disservice. Mon-el was a member of an elite guard, tasked with protecting the rulers of their society. I can’t imagine those weren’t dedicated and skilled individuals with a lot of training and discipline. He might like to party, but I would also expect he can step up if the occasion calls for it. This present characterization just doesn’t strike a cord with the service people I know. Maybe the writers are making him a doofus for some long term plan or undercover thing, but it doesn’t feel real (well, as “real” as you can get with this show) to me.

  3. Jen says:

    James and Winn make a great team, but can’t wait to see Kara’s reaction. Also looking forward for more Mon-El and his suit!


    Dude looks like Bono, just less annoying.

  5. KC says:

    I wish they had cast Mechad as Mal Duncan who was the first African-Americana to dawn the Guardian outfit — and the blue/gold combo was so much more appealing than black and silver. Hopefully Mon-El will look kickass!