If you had the chance to make up a smallville episode what would you write!!! Heres the chance to say it!
I think that I would make up one where everybody is in college and then since lana and clark are near each other then they talk alot yea.. but then chloe is sumwurz else workin on tha daily planet somehow she meets this dude and they get married so clark and lana and everybody else get invited to tha wedding. and junk. Pete decided to take a career in law! and lana is studying dance and acting career. while clark is on to biology and science rescources. Clark and lana are getting closer and closer. Sooner or later they fall in love and get married. In like a year they have a baby girl. and they name is Laura!
I have a really zany idea. First, it would involve, get this, some normal person getting INFECTED by the METEOR ROCKS. This person would then gain some sort of special ability, and would quickly become drunk with power, at which point Clark would be pitted against them.
Meanwhile, Chloe would use her amazing ability to deduce the obvious and figure out exactly what the hell the deal with this person was, and Lana would ask Clark what his secret was, resulting in uncomfortable tension.
Martha Kent falls sick, but Lex calls in "the best doctors in Metropolis" to help her out, while Clark finds some convoluted way to save her using his Kryptonian heritage.
In the final, climactic scene, Clark would have to pull off the triple crown of saving Lana from an oncoming bus, Chloe from a fall off a balcony, and Lex from a gunshot that would have fatally wounded him if not for Clark's superspeed. Finally, Clark would confront his adversary, and vanquish him/her handily, leading to two dialogues to end the show.
The first would be between Lex and Lionel in the Luthor Mansion study, where they would verbally spar and Lex would ultimately question whether his father had ever loved him. The second would be between Lana and Clark, where she, once again would ask Clark what his secret was. Clark would respond that he couldn't tell her.
I'm telling you, guys, this is pure gold. It's truly visionary- a stark departure from the current plotlines. I really think that I'm onto something.
I think they should make a epidode where the flash is back in town as well as aqua man and they need to team up with clark to take down some big powered meteor freak that clark can't handle by himself : early JLA
hahahaaha, thats a pretty good recap of seasons 1 and 2
I agree with the poster abouve however, I really like the story of Krypton and I like the character of Jor-El i think it would be awesome to do a whole episode with only little bits of Clark in it, all the rest would be on krypton before it exploded. good eps. Idea!
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How 'bout this one:
For Christmas (or sometime around there) some local farmers decide to make a holiday corn maze. Naturally, Lois wants to go, as does Chloe and Lana. With Clark as their escort, they navigate through the maze seperating and reuniting. To make things more interesting for Clark and the girls, some of those red and green decorations, yup, kryponite.
In the meantime, Lex faces his own ghosts of seasons past. Not really ghosts of course, but some kinds of visions brought on by guilt, alchohol, mental instability and the influence of yet another meteor freak.
At the end, Lois decides to head home, and Clark, Chloe and Lana are left sipping cocoa in the Talon. Half-jokingly and half-serious Lana implies that Clark, being such a big fibber, would be getting a meteor shower's worth of coal. Completely serious Clark says something to the tune of "Sometimes telling the truth is more dangerous than the consequences of not." Lana: "But I would think that it's my choice to make." and storms out. Clark: "I don't understand why she can't just accept that there are things that I can't tell her." Chloe: "Lana's a nice girl who's a lot of things, but one thing she isn't is someone who can tolerate secrets." Clark protests: "Secrets? SECRETS!?! Everyone has secrets, doesn't she understand that!" Chloe: "If she did she'd be doing something like this" *kisses him long and deep*. "And if you were the romantic not thick-headed type, you'd be sweeping me off of my feet on you trusty white steed. Since neither of you are what people wish you were, I'm going to leave you to think about what you've done." Chloe walks off. Pan out on Clark holding his head, completely dumbfounded.
Clack is attacked by the people fron new krypton and lana is held prisoner they think that is there queen. Clark has to got to Jor-el and get his gay looking superman costume and goes to fight off his evil krypotons. While Lois and Chloe try to figure whats goin on ?? with no answer they go to lex who is once again in a unmental condition he laughs and arrests them to get information from them.
while clark runs through the spaceship fighting other krytonions he finally reaches lana and saves her they make love ,clark flies away. The next day he finds lana pregrant in her apartment thanks to superman who jus so happens to look like clark. 9 DAYS later the baby is born OM MY GOD HE LOOKS LIKE CLARK
ok now that sucks
1- because if they think lana is dere queen , she would have superpowers
2-and mrs kent created supe's costume not jorel (it's not gay)
3-u spell clark wrong the first time,
and that sucks
If I were to make an episode, it would be about a father and his daughter both exposed to meteor rocks that gave them differences in their abilities. We haven't seen that kind of dynamic yet and I think it would interesting how they've managed to cope with the 'burden' for all those years without going crazy or power hungry.
Anyway, the father's a childhood friend of Jonathan Kent and of Pete's Ross dad. He brings his daughter back to Smallville (both were running away from Lionel's hitman) and they are reunited with the Kents' briefly.
Lionel, of course is not far behind. He has sent his henchman after the father and his daughter because they know about Dr. Teng's research group and Lionel wants them silenced. Along the way, this particular henchman has a hidden agenda too and that's to find what happened to Adam Knight.
Hmm, I think this 'episode' should be somewhere in Season 4. It was fun to make this up.
I have an idea. I tried to start my own thread with this, but it didn't work out.
Anyway, last episode of Smallville EVER, Clark dons his Superman suit. We see him in it, his destiny is fulfilled. Show's over, right? WRONG!
Enter the new show to replace Smallville. I haven't thought of a title yet, but I'm calling it "Metropolis" for obvious reasons.
The show keeps the same basic staff and cast from Smallville to ensure good writing and acting, because we don't want another show like "Lois & Clark". The story is all about how Clark is adapting to life in the city as Superman. The public doesn't trust him at first, he's having a hard time at work (what with Lois working there anyhow. I mean, she has seen his face minus the glasses before!), looking for a place to stay. Plus, he has to take on baddies springing out of the wordwork, such as Deadshot, Metallo, and others.
Lex is also in Metropolis. After the death of his father, he moves out of the Luthor mansion and into Metropolis. He's lost contact with Clark after years, and perhaps has forgotten him all together? (Reply with ideas if you don't like it.) He now runs LexCorp out of Metropolis, and regularly hires super-powered assasins to take down the city's blue guardian, seeing him as a threat to business.
Of course, the Lana/Clark romance will end. It has too people! Make room for Lois!
So here's how I see the teaser commercial:
(Cue Superman Theme)
Shot of Clark from behind in regular Smallville outfit. He's holding his costume, but we can only see the edges from behind.
Shot of Clark's face (played by Tom Welling, of course).
"Became A Man"
Shot of the costume, S shield taking up most of the space.
"Now See That Man"
Shot of Clark in the well known suit and glasses get-up. Something's wrong. A man screams.
Man falls from ledge. Clark ducks into an alley. Man continues to fall. He's caught. Shot of SUPERMAN holding man in his arms.
Continue with random action sequences filled with shots of Erika Durance as Lois, Michael McKean as Perry White, Michael Rosenbaum as Lex, and two very proud parents of a very special Clark Kent. Also shots of some new villains. It's very exciting and heart pumping. Then the screen goes back.
Then we hear a clip from the Smallville episode "Exposed"
"Some people live above the rules," (shot of Superman staring down Lex. Screen goes black.) "Guess what? That's life in Metropolis."