'Supergirl' Season 6: Will Kara and Mon-El reunite in the finale? 5 reasons why they should be the endgame

Here are all the reasons why Kara and Mon-El deserve to be together in the final season of 'Supergirl'


                            'Supergirl' Season 6: Will Kara and Mon-El reunite in the finale? 5 reasons why they should be the endgame
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'Supergirl' is the only Arrowverse show where the protagonist doesn't have a stable romantic interest. It wasn't always like that as Karamel fans would fiercely say. Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist) and Mon-El (Chris Woods) had a rocky start when they first met, as Mon-El seemed the usual abrasive, snarky and annoying, and more importantly, he was from the rival planet.

However, they managed to strike up an uneasy friendship. They admit their feelings for each other, only to seperate and come back together, and to finally seperate again. The ship received much love and appreciation from fans, due to the powerful and scorching chemistry between the leads, that later translated into reality, as Benoist and Woods walked down the altar.

As of now, in 'Supergirl', the showrunners seem intent on forcing Kara to fall for William Dey (Staz Nair), but fans are still hoping for a Karamel reunion. The show is coming to an end with Season 6. Can we hope for a Karamel endgame romance? Here are some of their best moments, proving why the two deserve to be together.

Dying kiss

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In Episode 2x08, Mon-El is sure that he doesn't have time to live, and kisses Kara before he believes he is dying. The two have an emotional conversation as Kara feels helpless that she is not able to save him. Mon-El tells her that she "looks beautiful" and they share their first kiss. He later lies to her saying he doesn't remember doing so, but then admits it an episode later. Jeez, men (They're all the same, even if they're on different planets).

The 'musical' reunion

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Kara had broken up with Mon-El, as she found out that he had been lying to him. But it takes a musical crossover with 'The Flash' and Kara almost dying for them to realize that they can't live without each other. In a rather emotional moment, they kiss, and lo' and behold, Supergirl is saved!

Bringing out the best in each other

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In the finale of Season 2, Kara saves Mon-El by sending him away from Earth to save him from a Daxamite invasion, after a rather teary goodbye. She gives him her mother's necklace, and tells him that it would keep him safe. They confess their love for each other, and Mon-El says that wherever he goes, he will be a better person, because he met her.

When she meets him again in Season 3, even though he is drastically different from what she remembers of him, she's a little happy to know that he still has her necklace. Throughout the course of his time at 'Supergirl', Mon-El has reiterated that he has learnt a LOT from Kara, and is inspired by her courage and determination. 

Eternally bound?

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Even though Mon-El is seeing Kara after seven years (though for her, it's just seven months) and has a wife now, he admits to J'onn J'onzz that he is still in love with Kara. Throughout Season 3, despite the fact that Mon-El does his best to stay committed to Imra, it's clear that his feelings for Kara haven't gone anywhere. 

Best in battle

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In Season 3, Kara is almost killed by Reign, and falls into a coma, with Mon-El panicking. Later, she recovers and they fight Reign together. Kara and Mon-El have always had each other's backs in battle and are best when united. Later, in Season 5, during a what-if episode of the show, Mon-El returns briefly (much to the excitement of Karamel fans), and fans were sure that they couldn't take their eyes off each other, and that Kara was still in love with Mon-El, even though a while had passed. In that episode, Kara still needed Mon-El's perspective on her troubled friendship with Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath).

So, is it too much to ask for a Karamel reunion in the final Season 6 of 'Supergirl'? Though, Supercorp fans might have something else to say...

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