History Fridge / Smallville

25th Dec '15 7:44:05 PM nombretomado
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* This may or may not be intentional, but [[PresidentEvil President]] [[FutureMeScaresMe Lex]]'s [[ManInWhite white]] suit evokes his mad scientist outfit from the SilverAge.
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* This may or may not be intentional, but [[PresidentEvil President]] [[FutureMeScaresMe Lex]]'s [[ManInWhite white]] suit evokes his mad scientist outfit from the SilverAge.UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}}.
10th Aug '15 9:53:39 AM TVRulezAgain
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* Clark's overuse of the StealthHiBye. Clearly not meant as a Superman nod - but probably just a dig at [[{{Batman}} the Bat-embargo.]]
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* Clark's overuse of the StealthHiBye. Clearly not meant as a Superman nod - but probably just a dig at [[{{Batman}} [[Franchise/{{Batman}} the Bat-embargo.]]

* In the fifth season of ''{{Smallville}}'', I hated how Cyborg didn't look a slight bit like his comicbook counterpart, but just recently, it occurred to me; the point was his comicbook look wasn't necessary since it would be too conspicuous for a giant robot guy walking around and the Cyntechnics guys did him a favor by making him look 100% human since this could've been easily fixed in the comics. No real reason is given for not fixing him in the comics, so it works here.
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* In the fifth season of ''{{Smallville}}'', ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', I hated how Cyborg didn't look a slight bit like his comicbook counterpart, but just recently, it occurred to me; the point was his comicbook look wasn't necessary since it would be too conspicuous for a giant robot guy walking around and the Cyntechnics guys did him a favor by making him look 100% human since this could've been easily fixed in the comics. No real reason is given for not fixing him in the comics, so it works here.
17th Apr '15 9:30:16 AM tetsuzan
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* In "Splinter" Why was Jonathan Kent talking to Lionel a man who tried to murder a friend of the family. Lionel tried to KILL Lex. He tried to KILL Chloe. He's gone to JAIL. People don't just TALK to people like that and allow them on their property.

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* What was Jimmy “Henry” Olsen’s family’s reaction when they found out that he was killed by the jealous lover of his wife. * In "Splinter" you're really not sure which of Clark's paranoid delusions were real, which were partially real, and which were completely fake. Such as the truck Clark flipped over.
23rd Aug '14 6:04:39 PM Hero_Gal_2347
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** Actually it seemed more like mental instability brought on by shock and nursing his evil side through murder (even in an attempt to suppress Doomsday on [[JerkassVictims]]). The implication is at that point he had no good left in him (and probably never had).
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** Actually it seemed more like mental instability brought on by shock and nursing his evil side through murder (even in an attempt to suppress Doomsday on [[JerkassVictims]]).{{Jerkass Victim}}s). The implication is at that point he had no good left in him (and probably never had).
12th Aug '14 8:01:08 PM odysseus56
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Nope, it's canonically confirmed that Godfrey voluntarily became an Apokoliptian, and Desaad and Granny were already Apokoliptians.
* In ''Masquerade'', when Desaad attempts to corrupt [[IncorruptiblePurePureness Chloe]] with the SevenDeadlySins, starting with lust. Why does he use an illusion of Clark instead of Oliver to seduce her? Now, while we all want to believe that it is because Desaad knows Chloe loves Clark more than Oliver, there is another possible explanation. The opposite of lust, chastity, originally means ''monogamy'', not ''abstinence''. ** Chloe and Oliver weren't married though...
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*** Indeed, in RealLife it's a depressing fact that many seemingly sane people unexpectedly snap when they lose their love interest, and considering that Davis had just gone through a year of gory, gruesome events that culminated in him trying to justify Doomsday's killings, it should be pretty obvious that he's gradually lost his sanity over the course of the season. * In ''Masquerade'', when Desaad attempts to corrupt [[IncorruptiblePurePureness Chloe]] with the SevenDeadlySins, starting with lust. Why does he use an illusion of Clark instead of Oliver to seduce her? Now, while we all want to believe that it is because Desaad knows Chloe loves Clark more than Oliver, there is another possible explanation. The her despite her having long since grown up from her former crush? Because the opposite of lust, chastity, originally means ''monogamy'', not ''abstinence''. ** Chloe and Oliver weren't married though...''abstinence''.

* Gordon Godfrey, and perhaps the other two of the Unholy Trinity, were just innocent people possessed by Darkseid. Oliver killed them all. ** Desaad went through the same process as shown in a deleted scene in ''Masquerade''. ** In "Supergirl", Godfrey was possessed. In his next appearance, I believe they stated that Godfrey had now voluntarily joined Darkseid. He ''was'' a Strawman after all.

** RuleOfCool. Also, his scowl is probably his default expression in [[DorkAge season 9]].
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** RuleOfCool. Also, his scowl is probably his default expression in [[DorkAge season 9]].9.
9th Aug '14 8:14:21 PM LordAaronus
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* Clark's overuse of the StealthHiBye. Clearly not meant as a Superman nod - but probably just a dig at [[{{Batman}} the Bat-embargo.]]
4th Aug '14 9:41:45 PM LordAaronus
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** Lex's EvilTwin in "Onyx" actually dresses like this in a fencing outfit, down to the single glove.
2nd Aug '14 9:25:16 PM LordAaronus
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* In "Bulletproof" towards the end, Clark, Ollie, and J'onn discuss brotherhood and how having each other as surrogate brothers makes them feel like they can accomplish anything. One second later, the scene changes to Tess, who has just discovered how Lex Luthor betrayed and manipulated her, chewing him out and saying goodbye to him. We later learn that Lex was in fact Tess's biological half-brother. * In the fifth season of ''{{Smallville}}'', I hated how Cyborg didn't look a slight bit like his comicbook counterpart, but just recently, it occurred to me; the point was his comicbook look wasn't necessary since it would be too conspicuous for a giant robot guy walking around and the Cyntechnics guys did him a favor by making him look 100% human since this could've been easily fixed in the comics. No real reason is given for not fixing him in the comics, so it works here. ** The show, however, does briefly [[{{ContinuityNod}} acknowledge this]] when Clark scans Victor with his x-ray vision for the first time. The configuration of his metal endoskeleton looks just like his appearance in the comics. *** Ironically (and this falls under FridgeLogic) when Clark scans Victor the only normal limb Victor has left is his left arm - which he uses five seconds later to crash Clark into a wall. During the first episode Jonathan asked Clark if he's okay and Clark asked if he could answer that in five years. Considering the fifth season episode Reckoning, the fact that each season is a year in show and the producer's love for irony...

*During the first episode Jonathan asked Clark if he's okay and Clark asked if he could answer that in five years. Considering the fifth season episode Reckoning, the fact that each season is a year in show and the producer's love for irony... * Casting Bo Duke as the father of Clark Kent. Now there's ''still'' [[TheDukesOfHazzard two good ol' boys never meanin' no harm.]] * In "Bulletproof" towards ''Bound'', Lex met a woman at a party and have sex with her. The next morning, he briefly met the end, Clark, Ollie, and J'onn discuss brotherhood and how having each other as surrogate brothers makes them feel like they can accomplish anything. One second later, the scene changes to Tess, who has just discovered how Lex Luthor betrayed and manipulated her, chewing him out and saying goodbye to him. We later learn that Lex was in fact Tess's biological half-brother. same woman but didn't recognize her. Why? She's wearing glasses. * In the fifth season of ''{{Smallville}}'', I hated how Cyborg didn't look a slight bit like his comicbook counterpart, but just recently, it occurred to me; the point was his comicbook look wasn't necessary since it would be too conspicuous for a giant robot guy walking around and the Cyntechnics guys did him a favor by making him look 100% human since this could've been easily fixed in the comics. No real reason is given for not fixing him in the comics, so it works here. ** The show, however, does briefly [[{{ContinuityNod}} acknowledge this]] when Clark scans Victor with his x-ray vision for the first time. The configuration of his metal endoskeleton looks just like his appearance in the comics. *** Ironically (and this falls under FridgeLogic) when Clark scans Victor the only normal limb Victor has left is his left arm - which he uses five seconds later to crash Clark into a wall. During * In "Bulletproof" towards the first episode Jonathan asked Clark if he's okay end, Clark, Ollie, and Clark asked if he could answer J'onn discuss brotherhood and how having each other as surrogate brothers makes them feel like they can accomplish anything. One second later, the scene changes to Tess, who has just discovered how Lex Luthor betrayed and manipulated her, chewing him out and saying goodbye to him. We later learn that Lex was in five years. Considering the fifth season episode Reckoning, the fact that each season is a year in show and the producer's love for irony... Tess's biological half-brother.

* In ''Bound'', Lex met a woman at a party and have sex with her. The next morning, he briefly met the same woman but didn't recognize her. Why? She's wearing glasses.
18th Dec '13 2:53:02 AM PsychoFreaX
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During the first episode Jonathan asked Clark if he's okay and Clark asked if he could answer that in five years. Considering the fifth season episode Reckoning, the fact that each season is a year in show and the producer's love for irony...

* During the first episode Jonathan asked Clark if he's okay and Clark asked if he could answer that in five years. Considering the fifth season episode Reckoning, the fact that each season is a year in show and the producer's love for irony...
18th Dec '13 2:51:21 AM PsychoFreaX
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* During the first episode Jonathan asked Clark if he's okay and Clark asked if he could answer that in five years. Considering the fifth season episode Reckoning, the fact that each season is a year in show and the producer's love for irony...
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