Naomi McDuffie (Cassie Wolfal) is a 16-year-old teenager in the military town of Port Osuigo, Oregon. Her parents, Greg (Barry Watson), an Army Major, and Jennifer (Muzam Makar). To adopt Naomi as a baby after her parents die in an unspecified accident. He is an excellent skateboarder and runs a blog dedicated to Superman. Which he likes because he was adopted like him.
She also has several sons who like her:
Nathan (Daniel Puig), with whom he breaks up after several meetings. But remains close friends, and Anthony (Will Myers), a debate club classmate. Who grew up in Port Osuigo and knew military kids like Nathan don’t like him. The townspeople “love it. In the middle of a practice session at the Debate Club. Naomi’s best friend Annabel (Mary-Charles Jones) texts her. That a “Superman stunt” takes place in the town square.
As Naomi left, she saw that it was more than just a waterfall. But soon she heard a buzzing in her ear and passed out. While researching stunts for his blog, he enlists the help of Lourdes (Camilla Moreno). He works at a comic book store and also has a little love for Naomi.
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As he and Nathan watch the video, he sees Dee (Alexander Wright). The owner of the tattoo shop, staring straight at the actor in the Superman costume. When he went to the store and asked her out. Dee seemed to know the day of her adoption, March 14 and confessed to her stunt. But there’s something wrong with that. He also said, “You’re asking the wrong question.”
Naomi becomes dizzy during the sparring at the base, hears a buzz, and passes out again. When he regained consciousness, he was somehow able to approach a piece of paper across the room. And say that he had “Superman Surveillance” in a nearby forest.
Naomi checks the suspected landing site and finds a disk with strange writing on it. But there, she meets Zumbado (Cranston Johnson), a slimy used car dealer. Who tells mysterious things like there aren’t many “people like us”. Meanwhile, the trees in the surrounding forest seem to come alive, something Zumbado claims is all Naomi does. He also took the disc.
I’m trying to understand it:
Naomi, Annabel, Nathan, Lourdes, Anthony and their friend Jacob (Aiden Jam) plan to walk into his car dealership to get a CD. He found a newspaper from his adoption, March 14, 2004. With the headline that a UFO had been spotted in the area. This causes him to turn back to Dee, who spreads metal wings and tells him the truth.
Ava Duvernay is one of Naomi’s executive producers, and Jill Blankenship is the host. Why did we mention this before? Because Naomi isn’t the usual Greg Berlanti-produced Arrowverse series.
It tends to get mixed up at times due to similar tones and themes. It hasn’t been established that Naomi is part of the Arrowverse. But at least we know that Superman is genuine in her world. Even if no one believes him, and that aliens have been on Earth for years.
Naomi isn’t talking about adoption, diversity, and trying to figure out your identity above the audience, but they exist simply because Naomi wants to know where she is. But he also loves his parents and has a real-life outside the alien superhero. Wall fall managed to make Naomi into a bright and popular teenager that we rarely see on TV these days. He goes to parties, of course, but his parents also seem to trust him implicitly, and he’s regained that trust, something we don’t quite see on our screens.
This is what makes a hero who has a support system around them willing to help him understand all of this. He somehow created a Buffy-style Scooby-style gang who would take him to an abandoned factory or break into a car dealership if he asked to.
This is the Scooby Gang support/dynamic system:
This will help viewers who are disappointed that Naomi’s discovery of her origins and powers will occur over a season or multiple. The show is less about Naomi than Powerhouse and more about her figuring out who she is, so she compares herself to Smallville. If viewers looked at the show from that perspective and appreciated the main cast of Wall fall, the disappointment would go away.
It seems that Naomi will need some time to learn the main character’s story. And that’s great for us, especially since we have more time to figure out what seems like an anomaly on television these days, namely teenagers with their heads held high and a strong desire to know more about themselves.