History HoYay / Smallville

22nd Jan '16 9:56:26 AM Kuruni
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*** This editor heard from one of the writers' own lips (World Con 2006) that she'd been involved in the pre-planning for the show. Asked by the producers "Are the gay sex people going to like it?" she replied, "We are ''so'' there."

** This troper can't tell the episode, but there is a scene where Lionel is in talking in a couch with a Intergang boss and... it just gets a "vibe" that they are going to kiss. Of course, it should be noted that Lionel is played by a gay actor.
10th Jun '14 9:04:24 PM DigitalCount
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*** This continues in S9. The description of the scene in Episode 2...[[http://www.televisionwithoutpity.com/show/smallville/metallo_1.php?page=5 see for yourself]]. (She even says she misses the maid's outfit!)
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*** This continues in S9. The description of the scene in Episode 2...[[http://www.televisionwithoutpity.com/show/smallville/metallo_1.php?page=5 com/show/smallville/metallo-1/2 see for yourself]]. (She even says she misses the maid's outfit!)outfit!) --->'''Tess:''' The last time [she and Lois] saw each other, things did get a little... physical. Didn't they? (shimmies subtly on "physical")
22nd Jan '14 6:24:04 AM LadyMomus
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* Clark and Lex in ''{{Smallville}}''. Especially in the earlier seasons.
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* Clark and Lex in ''{{Smallville}}''.''Series/{{Smallville}}''. Especially in the earlier seasons.

*** Aaaaand it turns out said clone is actually [[spoiler: {{Superboy}}, aka Conner Kent, the [[HasTwoMommies clone of both Clark and Lex]].]]
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*** Aaaaand it turns out said clone is actually [[spoiler: {{Superboy}}, ComicBook/{{Superboy}}, aka Conner Kent, the [[HasTwoMommies clone of both Clark and Lex]].]]
14th Nov '13 11:35:03 AM CharlestonMan
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* A completely unintentional case comes between Chloe and Alicia in "Pariah", where Alicia's sudden appearance to Chloe followed by a lot of grabbing of her and speaking to her in her low, sultry voice can be easily taken out of context when considering Alicia's {{Yandere}} personality and the sheer seduction that she just can't seem to take out of her voice whenever she talks.
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** This was already present in her first appearance: before the part where she tried to replace Lana, she'd wanted to live together with her "like a sister" and generally acted worshipful toward Lana until it became clear she couldn't live with her after all. [[WomanScorned THEN came the replacement part.]] * A completely unintentional case comes between Chloe and Alicia in "Pariah", where Alicia's sudden appearance to Chloe followed by a lot of grabbing of her and speaking to her in her low, sultry voice can be easily taken out of context when considering Alicia's {{Yandere}} personality and the sheer seduction that she just can't seem to take out of her voice whenever she talks.talks ("It's gonna be OK, Chloe...")
14th Nov '13 11:31:55 AM CharlestonMan
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* A completely unintentional case comes between Chloe and Alicia in "Pariah", where Alicia's sudden appearance to Chloe followed by a lot of grabbing and manhandling of her can be easily taken out of context when considering Alicia's {{Yandere}} personality.
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* A completely unintentional case comes between Chloe and Alicia in "Pariah", where Alicia's sudden appearance to Chloe followed by a lot of grabbing and manhandling of her and speaking to her in her low, sultry voice can be easily taken out of context when considering Alicia's {{Yandere}} personality.personality and the sheer seduction that she just can't seem to take out of her voice whenever she talks.
13th Nov '13 6:49:46 PM CharlestonMan
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** Cassidy once mentioned she wanted her character to kiss Chloe. That's all.
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** To a lesser extent than with Lois, Tess has it with Chloe as well, especially in the last season. *** Cassidy once mentioned she wanted her character to kiss Chloe. That's all.

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** Cassidy once mentioned she wanted * A completely unintentional case comes between Chloe and Alicia in "Pariah", where Alicia's sudden appearance to Chloe followed by a lot of grabbing and manhandling of her character to kiss Chloe. That's all.can be easily taken out of context when considering Alicia's {{Yandere}} personality.
13th Nov '13 6:36:55 PM CharlestonMan
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*** This editor heard from one of the writers' own lips (WorldCon 2006) that she'd been involved in the pre-planning for the show. Asked by the producers "Are the gay sex people going to like it?" she replied, "We are ''so'' there."
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*** This editor heard from one of the writers' own lips (WorldCon (World Con 2006) that she'd been involved in the pre-planning for the show. Asked by the producers "Are the gay sex people going to like it?" she replied, "We are ''so'' there."
22nd Apr '13 4:29:09 AM TruthSentinel
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**Cassidy once mentioned she wanted her character to kiss Chloe. That's all.
19th Dec '12 11:37:51 PM atheist723
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* Tina Greer, who previously wanted to replace Lana, suddenly, upon her return in the next season, just [[PsychoLesbian wants]] Lana. Which leads to a wonderful (or [[{{NightmareFuel/Smallville}} terrifying]]) scene of Chloe hitting (that is putting it mildly) on Lana (because, you know, Tina was a shapeshifter).
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* Tina Greer, who previously wanted to replace Lana, suddenly, upon her return in the next season, just [[PsychoLesbian wants]] Lana. Which leads to a wonderful (or [[{{NightmareFuel/Smallville}} terrifying]]) scene of Chloe hitting (that is putting it mildly) on Lana (because, you know, Tina was a shapeshifter).shapeshifter). *Clark and Zod has quite a bit in ''Upgrade'', with Zod's talk of no one else being their equal. Tess lampshaded it when Chloe finds them alone on the top of a skyscraper.
29th Nov '12 7:25:34 PM atheist723
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* This troper can't believe that nobody has brought up the high levels of Ho Yay between Clark and Bart in "Run."
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* This troper can't believe that nobody has brought up the high levels of Ho Yay between Clark and Bart in "Run." ''Run''.

* Tina Greer, who previously wanted to replace Lana, suddenly, upon her return in the next season, just [[LesYay wants]] Lana. Which leads to a wonderful (or [[{{NightmareFuel/Smallville}} terrifying]]) scene of Chloe hitting (that is putting it mildly) on Lana (because, you know, Tina was a shapeshifter).
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* Tina Greer, who previously wanted to replace Lana, suddenly, upon her return in the next season, just [[LesYay [[PsychoLesbian wants]] Lana. Which leads to a wonderful (or [[{{NightmareFuel/Smallville}} terrifying]]) scene of Chloe hitting (that is putting it mildly) on Lana (because, you know, Tina was a shapeshifter).
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