SFX - - Supergirl -

1 Kara ’ s desk A smashed phone – plus the lyrics to Tay­lor Swift’s “Blank Space” scrawled on a notepad – in­di­cate that Cat Grant may have pushed her as­sis­tant just a lit­tle too far. ( And af­ter Kara got her coffee at Noo­nan’s bar!) Is the “su­per­flare” in the

Tribune’s head­line mere co­in­ci­dence?

2 Cat ’ s Of­fice With an en­tire wall of mon­i­tors be­hind her desk, Cat Grant’s of­fice is where the CatCo CEO mon­i­tors news through­out Na­tional City and the world, while com­mand­ing her own me­dia em­pire. She can also over­see her as­sis­tant Kara and IT em­ployee Winn, whose desks are lo­cated just out­side the of­fice’s front wall of trans­par­ent glass.

3 James Olsen’s Of­fice The for­mer Daily Planet pho­tog­ra­pher, CatCo’s cur­rent art di­rec­tor, and Su­per­girl’s right­hand man, has an of­fice just around the cor­ner from Kara’s desk and Cat’s of­fice. In­side can be found his col­lec­tion of cam­eras as well as his prize- win­ning pho­to­graphs, which are scat­tered through­out.

4 Kara ’ s Apart­ment There’s al­ways an open win­dow or sev­eral in Kara Dan­vers’ apart­ment, through which Su­per­girl can make a hasty de­par­ture when trou­ble threat­ens Na­tional City. But there’s also a comfy couch and chair on which the Dan­vers sis­ters can en­joy pot­stick­ers in off hours.

5 Kara ’ s Rocket The space­craft that brought Kara Zor- El to Earth is the most eye- catch­ing piece of tech­nol­ogy in the head­quar­ters of the DEO ( Depart­ment of Ex­tra- Nor­mal Op­er­a­tions), where it’s care­fully pro­tected and mon­i­tored by di­rec­tor Hank Hen­shaw’s team of agents.

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