The Description says---James Marsters brainiac is back, and as his decious plan to take over earth continues to unfold, Clark is having a pity party. "Since the day I arrived, all I've brought is suffering and death," he frets in this weeks 150th episode of smallville. "meteor freaks, phantoms, brainiac. If I never reached earth, none of them wouldve ever been here." Right on cue, his own version of it's a wonderful life plays out when his kryptonian dad, jor-el, enables the future superman to experience what would have happened had his rocket ship never landed in kansas. In this alternate reality, Lois is a Pulitzer prize-winning reporter for the daily planet, and lex is president. needless to say things are not better on earth without clark, and to save the world from apocolypse, he teams up with lois--evoking some classic superman mythology moments, including a newsroom collision between the future lovers reminciscent of Christopher Reeve and Margot kidders meet-cute-and-clumsy from superman:the movie, says executive producer al gough "this just proves that no matter what the reality is, clark and lois are destined to be with each other."
That was Clark, the boy raised in Smallville, the man trying to carve a life for himself in Metropolis. A life which the most important element was a vivacious young woman named Lois Lane.
Yeah I was just about to say the same thing.
For me I think the coolest part will be to see Lex as president. Other than that I really don't want to see Clark whining and moaning.
Hey wait a minute. What is episode 17? I think that got skipped over in the forum. I hope they don't drop the arch they just created. We need to continue with Lex's descent into darkness (no pun intended)
The commercials all show Lex coming upon the fortress... I swear to god if he doesn't find the fortress in this thursday's episode I'm going to be doing some serious ranting again. LOL
It wasn't the best episode I've ever seen but it didn't suck as much as Sleeper.
I really enjoyed seeing Lex as pure evil ready to stupidly destroy the world in a blind lust for power.
I was a little annoyed that the first thing Clark says when he gets to krypton is Let go of Lana or something to that effect... He says he cares about her, yet he won't tell Lex it has anything to do with Milton Find. When Lex might actually have the ability to help her.
I think the reason she's still affected by Milton is because he's self replicating. Kara only killed one copy. There may be more out there.
It was interesting to see that Lana, Chloe, Martha and Johnathan's lives are better in a way without clark. Maybe not in the grand skeme of things but they seem pretty happy. But Lex is waaay worse. I guess Clark balanaces out the good and evil so to speak.
I didnt like the fact that Clark traveled to Krypton so easily(past time Krypton no less). They gave no explanation as to how he got there(Dont say Jor-El because if he had that type of technology then he wouldve saved Krypton by going back in time himself and change things so Krypston wouldnt explode). I did find that stupid that Clark asked about Lana as soons as he got there, wtf? Overall, it wasnt a bad episode but the ending needed more work(inexperienced director?(Tom Wlling))
BTW, Lois was extremely hot last night.
"A lie, Mr. Mulder, is most convincingly hidden between two truths." Deep Throat.