How Queer Everything Is Today Synopsis

We are definitely in a different place right now with Crisis on Infinite Earths, but eventually the world must come together again somehow and there is plenty for Batwoman to combat in Gotham City. Jacob is sitting in jail for a crime he didn't commit, Mary has lost her mother and watched as Alice killed her right in front of her, and Kate, likely traumatized from the events of Crisis on Infinite Earths, will have to pick up all the pieces and guard her secret identity all the while stopping threats to Gotham. Check out the full synopsis for episode 10 of season 1 below:

AFTERMATH – While Gotham busies itself reacting to Batwoman’s (Ruby Rose) awkward encounter, Alice (Rachel Skarsten) celebrates her ultimate act of vengeance with Mouse (guest star Sam Littlefield).  A devastated Mary (Nicole Kang) focuses on Jacob Kane’s (Dougray Scott) trial, while Sophie (Meagan Tandy) seeks advice about her love life from someone unexpected.  As they tackle the newest threat to Gotham, Luke (Camrus Johnson) prioritizes protecting Batwoman’s secret, and Kate must decide what she is willing to do to honor Batwoman’s identity...and her own.  Jeff Hunt directed the episode written by Caroline Dries (#110). Original airdate 1/19/2020.

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#3 RE: How Queer Everything Is Today Synopsisathena69 2020-01-10 21:09
So, something from Kate's personal life bleeds over into Batwoman's public appearance. First thought, of course, is the fact that she's gay. Ah, I know... as with Supergirl in the beginning, when she let slip that she was Superman's cousin, Batwoman does something similar in regards to her relationship to Batman.

Since this is the first episode after Crisis, I'm really hoping that they spend at least the first couple of scenes acknowledging that Crisis happened. I'd like to see a scene with Kate and Luke where she let's him know she considers him a friend and not just an assistant (she did tell Kara, just after they met his counterpart on Earth-99 that he was her "Only friend"). If, as in the comics, they're merging the Earths together into one (I am so chomping at the bit to see the conclusion next week!), if nothing else, 3 billion more people just showed up on the planet... in spaceships... including aliens. Could make for some interesting encounters at Kate's new gay bar! :D I really hope they get the bar open in the next few episodes.
#2 RE: How Queer Everything Is Today SynopsisSiggi 2020-01-03 01:13
Sounds great as I love secret identity struggle.
Very mysterious synopsis that offers quite a lot of ?
Perhaps the trailer may already answer one or two of these.
#1 RE: How Queer Everything Is Today SynopsisRomulus 2020-01-02 19:54
It should make for a good hour of TV viewing. I'll make it a point to tune in. 8)

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