If movies and tv shows have taught us anything, it’s that there is nothing creepier than a ballerina music box. Another thing they’ve taught us? Granny Goodness is so not a name for a good guy.
Nor, for that matter, did Lois, who laments her mother’s death and, even moreso, that she had refused to visit her in the hospital. Lois slips on the video tape (remember those) and Teri Hatcher pops on screen. After running out of the room screaming, I reluctantly returned and realized she wasn’t as scary as she usually is, especially when she’s restricted to an ego-containing television box. All in all, the promos for Teri Hatcher’s guest appearance was all much ado about nothing. Erica Durance, once again proving herself one of the best actors in the show, wordlessly commanded the emotion of the entire scene.
Meanwhile, a music box leads Tess and Clark to St Louise’s Orphanage. Clark and Tess find out that the orphaned girls are made to forget their parents and are then trained as elite soldiers.
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