The doorway scene in which Ma Kent see's Pa is really touching and Annette O'Toole shows how you can carry a scene with just superior acting, Erica Durance on the other hand uses cleavage to cover up her so-so acting
Chloe discovers Tess in Watchtower and in a moment which is very unlike Tess, she is tricked into thinking the gun she found is empty. Watchtower goes into lockdown and Tess and Chloe are locked in together. Sounds like we are going to focus on Chloe again: snooze-fest
All right! The episode starts with Erica Durance in a skanky bunny costume. Last week, Smallville keeps a villain alive for once and now this. Someone up top has been listening to me. While I'm on a roll, I hope we see Lobo show up and duke it out with the Blur
My problems with tonight's episode are gonna sound like fanboy whining. Metallo knows what the Blur looks like, so how long 'til he knows who Clark is? I'm glad that Metallo stayed alive and we see more Brian Austin Green, but didn't he want to be Green Lantern on the show?
This weeks episode was great, it had everything that a good episode needs. It was heavily character driven and really focused on some key characters. the rundown is that green Arrow gets kidnapped by Tess, who escapes before they learn he is Oliver Queen. Waller shows just how bitchy she can be and I must say, Pam Grier is perfect for the role
The world of television is ever changing. Mostly having to do with reality stars and their “will they, won’t they” contract signing drama. But there’s a lot going on each week in TV, and not all of it’s good
Chloe, after hearing there are wolves in the woods decides to go for a walk alone in said wolf infested-woods, next thing she sees is a ghostly outline of a woman with glowing eyes. Time to turn back? No, Chloe ventures forth until she herself comes face to face with this week's villain
Syfy is continuing to embrace their new name's more expansive meaning by green-lighting a comedy pilot that isn't science fiction, though it does still have some connections. Created by Smallville's Michael Rosenbaum, the series stars him and Jonathan Silverman as two former sci-fi actors trying to get by now that their glory days are behind them
With the recent renewals of Smallville for a tenth season, and FOX's pick-up of Fringe for a full 22-episode third season, genre television is actually doing pretty well on television, despite the deaths of Eastwick and Dollhouse earlier this year.
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Clark and Zod are at odds in the wake of the destruction of the towers, but someone has been abducting Kandorians and they both try to discover who. Meanwhile, Team Chlollie think that Clark can’t be trusted.
Fans of DC Comics may recognize the name Maxwell Lord. Since his creation in 1987, Lord was a fixture of the superhero universe, most often associated with the second-tier incarnations of the Justice League (those that generally didn't include the all-star lineup of Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman et al). Now, he's coming to Smallville
Clark unknowingly plays the Jedi mind trick on everyone around him, and then realizes he can use it to his advantage. When I first heard that this was going to be a Valentine’s Day episode of Smallville, where Lois turns into Donna Reed, I thought it would just be filler fun.
There’s good news for some of CW’s shows and no-news for others as the network has opted to renew a number of their series, including the popular Supernatural and Vampire Diaries. But what about Smallville?
Chloe is impressed by an Angel’s might at giving super-atomic wedgies, while Lois gets nerd-walled by a chick with fishnets. Oh, and Clark Kent doesn’t like you, geek.