In “Bizarro,” the 12th episode of “Supergirl’s” premiere season, Kara (Melissa Benoist) will face Bizarro, a twisted version of herself (as played by Hope Lauren). The latest clip from the episode finds Martian Manhunter — disguised as Maxwell Lord — stumbling across Lord Technologies’ latest project (via IGN).

“The biggest thing about it that was a surprise for us as we constructed the character and the arc was how sad Bizzaro is,” executive producer Andrew Kreisberg said of the character in an earlier report. “In a way, we sort of think about her like Frankenstein[‘s monster]. She’s a monster, but she has a pure child’s heart.”

According to the official episode description, “Kara faces off against her mirror image when Bizarro (Hope Lauren), a twisted version of Supergirl, sets out to destroy her. Also, Kara grows closer with Cat’s son, Adam (Blake Jenner).”

“Supergirl” airs Mondays at 8 pm EST on CBS. Developed by producers Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler and Andrew Kreisberg, the series stars Melissa Benoist, Calista Flockhart, David Harewood and Chyler Leigh.



Lord knows what’s in Maxwell’s lab in this exclusive new clip.

Now that it’s been revealed that Supergirl‘s Hank Henshaw (David Harewood) is actually J’onn J’onzz, AKA DC Comics’ Martian Manhunter, there’s a lot of interest in what J’onn is up to and how his character will develop moving forward.

IGN has an exclusive clip for you from Monday’s new episode, as J’onn, using his shapeshifting abilities to look like Maxwell Lord (Peter Facinelli), infiltrates Lord Technologies, where he discovers a mysterious Jane Doe, played by Hope Lauren. It was recently revealed that Lauren is playing Supergirl’s version of Bizarro (or “Bizarro Girl”), making this encounter all the more notable.

Supergirl: “Childish Things” airs Monday, January 18th at 8:00pm ET/PT on CBS.

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