“DC’s Stargirl: Summer School ‘Chapter 8‘.” As long as anyone was on the phone about Eclipso, DC Stargirl this week revealed that, above all else, the evil demon has a racist startup.
Tuesday’s episode was set for July 4 and started off well enough, with school teacher Miss Woods driving to Rick’s home to apologize not only for allegedly cheating but also for bringing college textbooks and financial aid details. “College was a place I could start all over again,” he shared – and maybe Rick can. Rick’s uncle, however, finds the spirit and scoffs at the idea, saying, “You’ll end up in jail before you finish college.”
DC’s Stargirl: Summer School ‘Chapter 8’ – Recap
Frustrated, Rick drives through the woods to hit the space, “I’m too tired to give it my all and I don’t give anything back!” That’s where Solomon Grundy comes from, first sitting with Rick and an empty scarf under the apples while listening to Rick’s story. When Rick suggests that Grundy has no idea what he is saying, the older boy slaps him on the back and hands him an apple.
Beth, meanwhile, is at home when she also hears Dr. McNider, somewhere on the other side of the mirror. You mean, like, saltines and their ilk, eh? When McNider cuts, Beth turns away for a moment and we see Eclipso appear on his laptop screen.
Beth’s parents then surprised her by having lunch and lunch at home. They sat down to explain what was going on in their marriage, saying that although it was a big deal when they met, they “lost” each other after Beth’s birth and split up. “Because of you,” said Dad. Already agog, Beth is completely insane as she looks down to see the bugs and slugs in her food and then walks out.
Rick was about to leave the forest when he heard on the radio that hunting had been authorized to kill a “bear” that was raiding restaurants and restaurants. Anxious Rick calls Pat, saying “Grundy needs our help!” Pat, Courtney, and Cosmo headed into the woods but couldn’t find Rick. Meanwhile, Rick hits two hunters, one of whom has been injured by a “bear”. They explain that the ten-year-old girl is missing and is now in danger, but Rick insists, “He wouldn’t hurt her!”
Beth is currently appearing in Courtney’s home looking for her friend, but has not found a soul – she rescues wee Bruce, who is sitting on the stairs. “She is Beth Chapel. He is a liar and a thief, ”he said, hanging his glasses as an example of what he had stolen. Beth dismisses the boy above, realizing that this is actually Eclipso.
In the Courtroom’s bedroom, Bruce says, “The staff chose Courtney, Courtney chose Yolanda, Rick’s father chose him…. But no one chose you.” They do not fight with athletes. I think some superstitions are wrong! Beth calls him a “racist,” before pushing him into a closet. Beth bangs walks out, just across the ISA HQ, where OG Starman, Wildcat, and Hourman ask, “What are you doing here? You’re not here! ”Sitting on the side, Bruce walks in,” You’re wrong “to be a hero. “The wrong age. Improper sex…. Bad color. ”
Back in the woods, Rick finds Grundy standing by a stream… with bloody hands… and a little girl dead at his feet. “Did you kill him ?!” Asks Rick. “Silo you!” Solomon sets the boundary, and Rick chases after him. Pat and Courtney then arrive at the scene and find the girl, we (and maybe Pat?) Who understands that she is a former victim of Rebecca McNider aka Eclipso. The girl’s eyes widen, and then she disappears in an instant. “Eclipso…,” the court said.
Rick finds Grundy outside his house and beats her violently, under a night sky full of explosives. Courtney and Pat came and begged him to stop, saying, “It’s not Grundy!”, As Rick threw his victim into the truck. The court opens for Rick to stop him, after which he realizes that he was actually beating his uncle!
Beth now finds herself in a walkway in the hallway, leading back to the house. Bruce’s voice laughs, “You’re so brave, and you’re not Hiding with this stupid smile for the rest of your life. ”Beth’s letters,” If I’m so scared, why are you hiding? ” Eclipso himself emerges from the shadows holding his arm, urging Beth to confess his fears and anger. When she starts again with the mantra “No one chooses you”, Beth replies, “Is that what I need to do? Give my worst fear, that I am an outsider? Because I will not.
“I am strong, I am proud and I chose to be a Doctor Mid-Nite,” he said. “I chose. Oh, and I love being dark! “After diverting Eclipso’s mind, Beth finds herself returning to her living room, with her glasses on – and Dr. McNider assures her that she never left her house and that she saved herself. Beth affirms, “I’m the new Doctor Mid-Nite,” at which point the go-to website officially renews itself with its identity.
Beth’s parents then come home with the truth, and she shares that she’s been trying to be something she can’t be. My mother sits him down and explains how he became the first Black doctor in the Blue Valley when they moved to the city, and as a result, “I went through some things.” But in time, and with good work, he won the Blue Valley. “Beth, you can be whatever you want to be,” he said. “Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Not one.
Behind Rick’s, we see him in the back of a police car, and an ambulance comes out with its siren and lights, while Grundy himself looks behind the beast. Near Whitmore-Dugan’s house, Barbara wakes up Mike with the nightmares Eclipso had for Rick and Beth, and how Matt is in critical condition and Pat and Courtney at the police station see how they can help Rick. Mike asks what the two of them can do to help, and Barbara says, “Be here for them when they get back.” But as they crawl, we see windows and a ditch without snow.
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