loll it's almost if the writers didn't know that people who were watching would have an Alternative idea for episodes. Lana absorbed so much Kryptonite that Clark couldn't even be in the same room as her. Also with Lana's Super Speed, Super Strength and Bulletproof skin with no weakness, she could have easily stopped Zod and his army in Episode 9. She doesn't have any morality issues like clark. Haha it was only one year in the future, it's not like Lana grew old and died =|. Yeah most of the links to get to most of the episodes are directed to something completely different or doesn't work at all. Trust worthy, working links would be more appericated.
i am kinda new to this whole thing, but how do i actually watch the new episodes, i created an account and i want to watch smallville. how do i do it?
Smallville : Absolute Justice is coming our way Friday, and along with the 2-hour special, we'll be seeing the Justice Society of America! While we wait for this exciting TV event, we want to know which member of the JSA listed below you're the most excited to see appear on Smallville: Nelson AKA Dr. Fate Carter Hall AKA Hawkman Courtney AKA Star Girl Share your comments below & check out more details on Smallville: Absolute Justice from cwtv.com : A man named Sylvester Pemberton tracks down Chloe (Allison Mack) and tells her he knows about her team of superheroes and needs their help. However, before he can explain who he is, he is attacked and killed by Icicle (guest star Wesley Macinnes). Clark (Tom Welling) and Chloe's (Allison Mack) investigation leads Clark to the former headquarters of the Justice Society of America where he meets up with Nelson AKA Dr. Fate (guest star Brent Stait), Carter Hall AKA Hawkman (guest star Michael Shanks) and Courtney AKA Star Girl (guest star Britt Irvin). Courtney pleads with Hawkman and Dr. Fate to help her catch the killer that is targeting their group but they are reluctant to resume their duties as superheroes. Clark, John Jones (guest star Phil Morris), Green Arrow (Justin Hartley) and Chloe team up to help the JSA stop Icicle before he murders another member of the group. Meanwhile, Lois (Erica Durance) receives a package from a mysterious agency called Checkmate, run by Amanda Waller (guest star Pam Grier). Geoff Johns wrote the two-hour episode. Glen Winters directed the first hour and Tom Welling directed the second hour.
girls who came from the future with lois to kill clerk has powers under the yellow sun and red sun. How could this be possible according to the story?
I was wonderering, while i've been watching season 9 of Smallville, which is excellant and all I could have imagined to happen so far, if the two lieutenants were the same ones from the film Superman 2. Because he lets that girl talk to him anyway. let me know what you thnk. thanks
I don't think I've been more excited counting down the days until Smallville airs the next episode. I noticed a few changes in Smallville lately and not only have the writers succeeded in giving Lois and Clark their real love story, but everything else is equally memorizing. I focus solely on Clois in my reviews and sometimes I hardly find the room to squeeze in some of the other story lines that have been exceptional this season. Tess, Clark and Zod Tess has this commitment to saving the world, but she also comes off as a villain. The one thing that sets her aside from the villainess is her heart connections. Even though she secluded herself from Oliver, she still holds a piece of their relationship close to her and I believe if Oliver was in trouble she would spend one second out of her obsession to save to world to do it. She could easily sway over to the other side, but I'm glad she could still be trusted slightly. Her connection with Zod, I believe is to get inside his head, if she did form an alliance with him it would be to get the better hand. I also fear that Tess would want to conquer the world if she does save it. She risks a lot having two things against her; her femininity and her human heart. I've noticed her ability to cling on to fighting skills as her armor and she sometimes uses her femininity to her advantage and she has managed to close her heart off to anyone that was once close to her. She shows compassion or desire towards Clark because of his superhero complex and she would not be any match for him if they got in a battle. In 'Kandor' Clark admitted to being the blur and he intimidated her into giving up his father's location. Clark is not afraid of Tess, she has been hinting it to him that she knew since last season, it only took a confession from Clark to remove any little doubt she had. Clark believes that Tess could be harmless for the moment, she has proven that she wanted to help him and if she wanted to reveal his identity she would have sabotaged him a long time ago. Tess wants to prove to Zod that she is capable of being as strong as steel and she cannot be intimidated easily. I think the Kandorian Tess eliminated was a message to Zod to back off, and consider a partnership between them. Zod sees humans as peasants and working with Tess is like an insult to 'his kind', but Tess comes off to be more than human and I believe he is somewhat intrigued by her strength, but I don't think he trusts her, they both manipulate each other to get on top of things. The one thing I feared most in Kandor was Clark's identity being revealed by Zod, because now he has the upper hand, like he has an explosive in his hands he could let off at any time. Chloe, Clark and Lois' Dreams In all of the Superman, Lois and Clark themed shows I know, Chloe hasn't been so popular with screen time. In Lois' Dreams I've noticed that Chloe lays flat on the ground, eyes opened and it presents the idea that she could die in the future, because Lois' dreams give flashes of what to come. Chloe has lost everything in her life, she no longer has any emotional connection. After Jimmy died and she begged Clark to bring him back and he chose not to, I believe Chloe still has a grudge. Even though she and Clark get along good, there are still issues between them. She no longer appreciates privacy and she occasionally showed some serious negative energy towards Clark and Lois bonding. I believe that although she hides it well, she misses Jimmy and she misses the times when Clark depended solely on her. Now Clark is steps closer to revealing his secret to Lois and that's probably bothering her a bit, that was the one thing she and Clark shared together. Without her strong goal to figure things out and use her skills for the betterment of mankind, I really don't know what Chloe would have to do. She has now dedicated her life to protecting others and she could get killed doing it. I don't want Chloe to be knocked out this rounds, I really appreciate the contribution Allison Mack has made to the series especially since she was a cast from day one and still going. I don't think I would ever be okay with Chloe leaving, if the writers had that story line in mind, or Lois' dreams are some sort of trick to deceive us, I hope it is the latter. Chloe needs to find some grounding in her life. What ever happened to the hacker she recruited? He hasn't been mentioned for two straight episodes, so I wonder what use Chloe could have for him since she's been solitary all this time, would she have room for someone else? I still can't believe that Chloe was the one to get Clark to fess up and tell Lois how he felt. Maybe she got tired of hearing him whine about her all the time. She notices the connection between them. Could it be in a selfish way that she knows Lois is one reason Clark pulled away from Kal El 100 and came back to earth and it's the only way Clark would communicate with her? Lois' Dream and Everything Else Surrounding It Lois was obviously not offended or turned off by the dream, which also means that she has probably had the image of them together flashed through her mind before, especially since their almost-kiss in Season 8. The three week lapse in Lois' memory suggests that what ever happened in the future took three weeks to unravel and she came back to somewhat prevent it from happening. Whatever 'it' is, it involves Zod, since his arrival and the ring came about the same time. Lois' dream got more intense after Clark kissed her. Before she just had vague flashes and now after that 'Crossfire' WOW!, she had an entire intimate moment play out in her head. Which explains why the second kiss possibly placed her in a sleeping state. 'Pandora' according to the myth suggest that she opened a box containing the evils of mankind out of share curiosity. The next episode reflects something being opened that should have just stayed dormant. I believe Zod has a lot to do with that. I watched 'Idol' clips over and I noticed Clark's cheek being bruised when he held Lois from behind. I was too busy fixating on their moment that I barely paid any attention to what the scar meant. Now Clark is invincible, any scar leaves within seconds. His 'I wish we had more time' before he held Lois symbolises a sort of escape for them to be together or the last time they would ever be together, since he probably lost his immortality. In 'Crossfire' Tess put forward a solar system she was working on. I tried to figure out why Zod would be interested in becoming CEO of anything, especially since he despised the human race, so why would he want to work for them? Zod is trying to regain his powers. The main source of Clark's powers is the Yellow sun and when they focused on the orange-red sun in Lois's dream I figured that maybe that was responsible for his absence of powers. Zod wants Clark defenseless and he uses his hatred for Jar El to defeat Clark. Finally... This is my speculation of the series so far, it could go either way. I don't know about Oliver and his sidekick or even partner, but I believe that they would show them selves again probably even to help Clark when he's down. This just crossed my mind does Lois know about Clark's secret in the future? What do you think? I absolutely loved the way these writers captured Lois and Clark, I mean really, well done. I just now count down the hours until it airs, is it Friday yet? Lexa
this is one of the good episode as far as ive seen make it more interesting and lively!!!....
Smallville is certainly on its way to becoming the longest-running show on The CW 's current line-up, and it's not stopping there. As though the series itself had superpowers, it's refusing to end and is getting ready for yet another season. When executive producer Kelly Souders was interviewed by EW's Michael Ausiello, she spilled the beans. Despite a slight drop in ratings due to the show's move to Friday nights, Smallville is slowly proving it's as strong as its protagonist. "We are really, really pushing for season 10," Souders told the publication. "We really hope it happens." The shift in schedule didn't hamper Souders' hopes in preparing for another installment of Smallville though. She says the fate of a season 10 will be in the hands of die-hard fans. "[I]f people keep tuning in and telling their friends about it, I think [a 10th season] is quite likely," she said. However, the second half of this season is far from over. The writers of Smallville have only just begun mapping out the end, but none of them are sure if it's going to be a finish to the season or the series itself. "It's something that we faced last year, too," Souders revealed. "To try and break two different endings for a season kind of puts you at cross-purposes a little bit. For one, you'll rev things up, and for another, you're trying to bring everything to the finish line. But we're really planning on breaking a season finale and not a series finale." Ideally, however, the end of Smallville would be seeing Clark (Tom Welling) in his iconic garb and finally taking on his destiny. But the series, as Souders says, is really about his path to becoming the hero we all know. With that, how can the show possibly wrap up? Kelly Souders admits she "can't make any promises." But if ever they're thinking of putting the actual finished product of Superman on the small screen, "it would be at the very end." When that will be, however, no one knows yet. Maybe on a season 11? Source Here
While I felt really bad for poor Oli this week in "Rabid", I kind of wanted to twist the knife in his side a bit. He can see Lois is in love with Clark and he KNOWS she's in love with the Blur and he knows that the Blur is Clark. So he knows Lois is completely obsessed with both sides of Clark. AND YET in the elevator Oliver says that he knows Lois still has feelings for him! UM HELLO reality check? Clearly not. You could tell how jealous he was when Lois and Clark said goodbye in the elevator. So even though he's already REALLY low and depressed I wanted him to fully accept that Lois loved Clark and not him. So I really wanted him to see Clark and Lois hugging in the rain at the end of the episode. Is that mean? Probably. But he was annoying me and should just accept that Clois is forever. I would have loved to see his face when he saw them standing in the rain.