'Stargirl' Episode 8: Beth falls into Rick's arms, excited fans say they are 'endgame'
Fans want Beth and Rick to end up together in 'Stargirl'
Fans can spot a couple on a show before there is one and sometimes make a ship even if there isn't. This time, they have their eyes on Beth Chapel (Anjelika Washington) and Rick Tyler aka Hourman (Cameron Gellman). They had a cute-sy moment and fans were eager to jump the gun.
So in the latest episode after Courtney Whitmore (Brec Bassinger) was sent to the emergency room after her failed battle with Cindy Burman aka Shiv (Meg DeLacy), her newly-recruited Justice Society Of America that includes Beth as Dr Mid-Nite, Rick and Yolanda Montez (Yvette Monreal) decided to do some investigation of their own. They head off to Cindy's house when she's not there and try to figure out who she is.
Pat is forced to pretend that he is Beth's father while Beth runs around Cindy's house trying to find some small clue about her. They are on a mission to know who exactly is Cindy's father and which member of the ISA (Injustice Society Of America) he is. Nevertheless, with Cindy hot on her heels, Beth finds a crucial piece of information and Yolanda helps her out of the window and she falls straight into Rick's arms. Fans already see a couple in the making as it seems that Beth has some calming influence over the angsty and bitter Rick Tyler.
Fans shared stills of this moment and wrote, "Inject this into my veins..." Another wrote, "Fully shipping this." Another fan already coined the name for their ship and hailed them as Endgame. "Nice catch, Rick," another tweeted. "Yo that moment between Beth and Rick... I saw it y’all. What do you think? Do we ship Dr. Hour-Nite?" one wrote.
Meanwhile, others were more irritated with Beth for staying in the house and not escaping. "She's annoying the hell out of me in this episode," an exasperated fan wrote. Well, going into a sinister lair is probably not a wise idea, especially when said villain is in the house. Like Pat Dugan (Luke Wilson) says, the kids seem like a lot of bad luck.
Tune into 'Stargirl' on The CW on Mondays at 8pm.