Anyone just happen to notice in that last episode at the very end how chloe holds her belly and looks at it like she's pregnant?? Might be a new twist coming if she is.
Let me start off with saying that I'm still dumbstruck by the results of this episode seriously am in between major letdown and just yelling out ohhhh come on! First of all I can't agree more on the fact that the fight between Clark and Doomsday was supposed to be epic a free for all of punches and explosions and all we got was basically 3 minutes of Clark getting beat up and then him tackling Doomsday to his supposed grave!!! Second while I say that I'm dumbstruck it's because basically after the part with Lois vanishing and so forth I felt like I was in a dream or watching one it had no sense to me yes i was taken for a ride but it was like wanting to go to disneyland and be left off at Burger King!!! I'm be a little bit hard for sure but it's only because I'm such a fan in general of the comics and series that I don't feel like there using all the potential the actually have this season was really good and the managed to get many people once again interested in the series but for the die hard fans that haven't gone anywhere since the beginning the where a lot of WTF moments. But that doesn't say it wasn't a pretty decent episode it was, even the though it goes against my whole knowing mythology when Jimmy presents the watchtower to Cloe and for them to get back together only to have Davis stab/kill beastly psychotically ( very well acted) Jimmy was definitely the best/epic part of the episode totally outshining what was supposed to be the rest. The rest of the episode from there sets up the next season with the appearance of the mysterious figure at the end ( which I'm pretty sure is Zod) to Cloe giving the camera to Jimmy little brother and connecting the visit from the Legion Clark did die at least part of him and with all this you can just see it coming next season I bet there gonna start out with Lois in the future seeing the Clark is all cold and Jimmy's little brother being like Jimmy and the world all amok just for her to come back and make a difference etc etc. Anyway this episode left me with alot to say but it also left me with the notion of hope to see if the can fully bring out there potential in the next season. It was a pretty surprising episode for sure I would love to know wht everyone else thinks...
Hey guys.... Did any of you actually hear, what the "ball of light" told Tess in the end? I've tried to rewind, but I can't hear anything that the voice is saying... So if any of you out there has better ears than I have, please tell me what it said :) Thanks....
What was said at the end of Smallville yesterday when Tess was talking to the crystal that is supposed to control the Traveller?
Anyone here knows the artist from this episode? like iv spent quite a time looking for that song that plays at the end of the episode and no hits... it starts like this : Time and space is a lonely place there is no sound.... Thnx for any info
why they lock its only 3 video links, and not yet official video links thank you
I just watched the recent episode and was disappointed because it was clear from the start that someone would turn back time and change everything back to the beginning. I mean, how cheesy was the scene where the old man approached Clark on the street and this little boy asked for his autograph? When I read about this episode I hoped that he would only come up with his identity as Superman but the moment he chose to go public as "Clark Kent the alien from Krypton" you knew that you could basically forget everything that happens because in the end it won't matter anyway. and even though this episode had some really nice clark and lois moments, the point where he just used the Legion ring (ignoring what Lois was telling him!!!) just destroyed it all. I have to admit that even though i really wanted Clark to get that coffee with Lois I think they created a nice sad atmosphere for the very last scene. but after we waited so long for smallville to come back I would have expected more. especially some REAL progress for CLOIS.
This episode had everything, its by far one of the best episodes Smallville has created and I loved it, anyone else think this was one of the best we've seen?
Smallville raised a fairly interesting moral question last night: is it ever OK to kill someone? Oliver Queen wanted to kill Lex, but Clark was determined to stop him because killing is wrong, no matter how evil the person is. Eventually Lex was killed (we all know he's still alive), leading Oliver and Chloe to have a conversation about whether it's morally justified to murder a monster like Lex Luthor. It's a morally gray area, and one every comic book hero has to face. Murder is wrong, but evil men like Lex Luthor are never going to change and are irredeemable. A hero's duty is to protect the citizens, but does that include killing one to save the rest? On this issue for Smallville, I would tend to agree with Oliver Queen. Lex has proven time and time again that his primary goal is to control the world, possibly by using Clark's abilities or simply by getting rid of him. There is no hope for him, and as Clark was told, Lex isn't the same high school kid Clark met back in season 1. What leads me to this conclusion is that Clark seemed to agree with Oliver. After Lana disabled the Krypto-bomb, Clark went after Lex and it looked like he finally came around to the same conclusion Oliver did. Lana stopped him, and Oliver beat him to the punch, but aside from those factors, it looked as if Clark was finally ready to end it himself. This moral ambiguity adds a lot to the show, and it seems to be the newest trend for The CW 's Thursday nights. While both Smallville and Supernatural are typically about the good guys defeating the bad guys, this season both Clark Kent and Sam Winchester are facing tough decisions. Clark has had to choose between killing the Brainiac-possessed Chloe and now whether to kill Lex. Meanwhile, Sam is debating whether to kill a little girl named Lilith who is possessed by an evil demon. Now that Lex is allegedly dead, Clark may think his decision is over, but we know that Lex will keep coming back, so Clark's days of living in the gray area are far from over. Source here
I love Smallville! But as a regular, I'm getting tired of the same old Clark Kent. The show has evolved to the point that Clark is hardly necessary anymore. Get him up to speed with the rest of the cast and move on with the second best show on T.V. (#1 Two and a Half Men).