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31st Mar '16 2:02:59 PM bradleyduke
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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: Too often, girl power is portrayed, as it is here, by how much power OVER men a girl has, the ability to kill them/control them at will. Now reverse that. What is it when a guy shows how much power over people, particularly women, a guy has. Misogyny! Why is one okay and the other decried?
30th Mar '16 8:46:50 AM SharkToast
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*EverybodyHatesHades: In episode 10X05, Lois got possessed by Isis and tried to bring Osiris back into the world -- which, despite him being the just ruler of the dead, was treated as a very bad thing. Though it wasn't treated as a bad thing because Osiris himself was bad, but because calling him up would bring the Underworld into the real world.
19th Mar '16 8:14:30 PM merotoker
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** CriminalAmnesiac: [[spoiler:Lex, on the other hand, immediately exploits the situation to learn something important about the Kawatche Caves.]]

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** CriminalAmnesiac: [[spoiler:Lex, on the other hand, immediately exploits the situation to learn something important about the Kawatche Caves.]]Caves]].



** Glaringly subverted in "Spirit" where a case of BodySurf is HandWaved by Chloe saying "We ''are'' in Smallville."

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** Glaringly subverted in "Spirit" where a case of BodySurf is HandWaved {{handwave}}d by Chloe saying "We ''are'' in Smallville."



** [[spoiler:Chloe Sullivan, who left in "Fortune"]].

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** [[spoiler:Chloe Sullivan, who left in "Fortune"]]."Fortune".]]



%%* BullyingADragon: "[[Recap/SmallvilleS01E09Rogue Rogue]]"

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%%* * BullyingADragon: In the episode "[[Recap/SmallvilleS01E09Rogue Rogue]]"Rogue]]", a DirtyCop who sees Clark using his powers uses that knowledge to blackmail him. Sure, Clark's ThouShaltNotKill philosophy prevents him from easily killing the guy with said powers, but he doesn't know that. All he knows is that Clark is tough enough to stop an out-of-control bus by stepping in front of it and strong enough to toss a generator across a room like a wad of paper. And yet, he keeps on provoking him and even threatening his family. [[spoiler:KarmicDeath took care of him.]]



* CanonCharacterAllAlong: ZigZagged with Chloe Sullivan who, when she writes her first piece for the ''Daily Planet'', uses her cousin's Lois Lane's name as her ''nom de plume'' - setting up that Chloe is the ''Smallville''-verse Lois. But later in the series Lois proper shows up. Chloe does become that universe's analogue of Oracle.

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* CanonCharacterAllAlong: ZigZagged ZigZaggingTrope with Chloe Sullivan who, when she writes her first piece for the ''Daily Planet'', uses her cousin's Lois Lane's name as her ''nom de plume'' - setting up that Chloe is the ''Smallville''-verse Lois. But later in the series Lois proper shows up. Chloe does become that universe's analogue of Oracle.



** "Commencement": [[spoiler:Another meteor shower hits the town.]]

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** "Commencement": [[spoiler:Another meteor shower hits the town.]]town]].



%%* ChristmasEpisode: "[[Recap/SmallvilleS05E09Lexmas Lexmas]]"

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%%* * ChristmasEpisode: "[[Recap/SmallvilleS05E09Lexmas Lexmas]]"Lexmas]]" centered on Lex's "prefect" dream in which he is married with Lana, with a young boy and expecting a girl, and Clark is with Chloe. He gives up the senator race but wins the Humanitarian award of the year, and is on excellent terms with everyone except Lionel, but who cares? [[spoiler:[[TearJerker/{{Smallville}} At least, not until the dreaded]] DreamApocalypse...]]



** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E08Ryan Ryan]]": [[spoiler:The specialist Clark used his powers to get fails to save Ryan, and he still dies. The final scene shows Clark leaving Ryan's hospital room, looking back on the now empty bed, and he stands in the corridor, the hospital staff walking around Clark, oblivious to his grief.]]
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E23Exodus Exodus]]": [[spoiler:Clark destroys his ship and the shock wave from the explosion kills Martha's unborn baby. [[WhatTheHellHero Jonathan rails at Clark for this]], and Clark leaves his parents in their grief. Chloe, jealous of Clark and Lana's growing romance, agrees to spy on Clark for Lionel. Lex wakes up midair in his private jet to find his bride gone, the pilot gone, the control consoles smashed, and his jet crashing into the ocean. Overcome with grief and guilt, Clark deliberately puts on a Red Kryptonite ring, reverting to his {{Jerkass}} Kal persona to avoid feeling any more pain. As Kal, he leaves Smallville, Lana, and his adoptive parents, seemingly for good.]]

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** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E08Ryan Ryan]]": [[spoiler:The specialist Clark used his powers to get fails to save Ryan, and he still dies. The final scene shows Clark leaving Ryan's hospital room, looking back on the now empty bed, and he stands in the corridor, the hospital staff walking around Clark, oblivious to his grief.]]
grief]].
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E23Exodus Exodus]]": [[spoiler:Clark destroys his ship and the shock wave from the explosion kills Martha's unborn baby. [[WhatTheHellHero Jonathan rails at Clark for this]], and Clark leaves his parents in their grief. Chloe, jealous of Clark and Lana's growing romance, agrees to spy on Clark for Lionel. Lex wakes up midair in his private jet to find his bride gone, the pilot gone, the control consoles smashed, and his jet crashing into the ocean. Overcome with grief and guilt, Clark deliberately puts on a Red Kryptonite ring, reverting to his {{Jerkass}} Kal persona to avoid feeling any more pain. As Kal, he leaves Smallville, Lana, and his adoptive parents, seemingly for good.]]good]].



** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS03E18Truth Truth]]": [[spoiler:Chloe, after being inflicted with a truth gas made from meteor rocks, goes to retrieve her voicemail which has Lionel's confession over how he killed his parents. However, it is not Lionel's confession, but a recording of Lionel saying that he has erased the voicemail, leaving Chloe heartbroken.]]
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS03E19Memoria Memoria]]": [[spoiler:Lex recalling the truth of what happened to his brother Julian and confronting Lionel with it after an episode of flashbacks showing how their relationship began to break down from bad to terrible and increasingly destructive.]]

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** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS03E18Truth Truth]]": [[spoiler:Chloe, after being inflicted with a truth gas made from meteor rocks, goes to retrieve her voicemail which has Lionel's confession over how he killed his parents. However, it is not Lionel's confession, but a recording of Lionel saying that he has erased the voicemail, leaving Chloe heartbroken.]]
heartbroken]].
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS03E19Memoria Memoria]]": [[spoiler:Lex recalling the truth of what happened to his brother Julian and confronting Lionel with it after an episode of flashbacks showing how their relationship began to break down from bad to terrible and increasingly destructive.]]destructive]].



** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS04E17Onyx Onyx]]": [[spoiler:Lex's good and evil selves are merged, but not before Evil!Lex goads his father Lionel into giving up his conversion to good. The smirk on Lex's face at the end as Lionel announces the end of the charity he founded suggests that Lex's halves merged with his evil side dominant which suggests Lex's FaceHeelTurn began here.]]
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS04E20Ageless Ageless]]": [[spoiler:Evan, the rapidly aging boy Clark and Lana grew to love, ages to the point of being an old man and dies. Lex's final line, just a few episodes after "Onyx," indicates he's now well and truly become evil.]]

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** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS04E17Onyx Onyx]]": [[spoiler:Lex's good and evil selves are merged, but not before Evil!Lex goads his father Lionel into giving up his conversion to good. The smirk on Lex's face at the end as Lionel announces the end of the charity he founded suggests that Lex's halves merged with his evil side dominant which suggests Lex's FaceHeelTurn began here.]]
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** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS04E20Ageless Ageless]]": [[spoiler:Evan, the rapidly aging boy Clark and Lana grew to love, ages to the point of being an old man and dies. Lex's final line, just a few episodes after "Onyx," indicates he's now well and truly become evil.]]evil]].



** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS07E10Persona Persona]]": [[spoiler:Lana is forced to admit she's been far happier in the past month with Bizarro than she's ever been with Clark...just before she kills Bizarro. Even as he knows he's dying, Bizarro tells Lana he loves her. Brainiac drains the mind of (and most likely murders) his kindly creator Dax-Ur, giving himself the information he needs to become more powerful. Lex has Grant Gabriel, the clone of his dead brother Julian, murdered before Lionel's eyes just as Lionel and Grant were starting to bond.]]

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** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS07E10Persona Persona]]": [[spoiler:Lana is forced to admit she's been far happier in the past month with Bizarro than she's ever been with Clark...just before she kills Bizarro. Even as he knows he's dying, Bizarro tells Lana he loves her. Brainiac drains the mind of (and most likely murders) his kindly creator Dax-Ur, giving himself the information he needs to become more powerful. Lex has Grant Gabriel, the clone of his dead brother Julian, murdered before Lionel's eyes just as Lionel and Grant were starting to bond.]]bond]].



** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS08E10Bride Bride]]": [[spoiler:Doomsday literally crashes Jimmy and Chloe's wedding, killing at least one person, brutally beating Jimmy into a coma, and abducting Chloe. Lois is left grief-stricken and confused, wondering why these horrible things keep happening to all of them, and left crushed when Clark, her date for the wedding who is at this point over Lana enough that this evening could be considered their first REAL date, ends up rushing right back to Lana when she shows up. Chloe is possessed by Brainiac (again). And the whole thing's being monitored by Lex Luthor.]]
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS08E14Requiem Requiem]]": [[spoiler:Lana leaves Smallville forever due to being irradiated with kryptonite and being near Clark could kill him.]]

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** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS08E10Bride Bride]]": [[spoiler:Doomsday literally crashes Jimmy and Chloe's wedding, killing at least one person, brutally beating Jimmy into a coma, and abducting Chloe. Lois is left grief-stricken and confused, wondering why these horrible things keep happening to all of them, and left crushed when Clark, her date for the wedding who is at this point over Lana enough that this evening could be considered their first REAL date, ends up rushing right back to Lana when she shows up. Chloe is possessed by Brainiac (again). And the whole thing's being monitored by Lex Luthor.]]
Luthor]].
** "[[Recap/SmallvilleS08E14Requiem Requiem]]": [[spoiler:Lana leaves Smallville forever due to being irradiated with kryptonite and being near Clark could kill him.]]him]].



** "Salvation": [[spoiler:Clark is able to send Zod and all the Kandorians away, saving Earth. However, Clark has a dagger made of [[PowerNullifier blue kryptonite]] stabbed into him and is falling to his death off the building. He gets better, though.]]

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** "Salvation": [[spoiler:Clark is able to send Zod and all the Kandorians away, saving Earth. However, Clark has a dagger made of [[PowerNullifier blue kryptonite]] stabbed into him and is falling to his death off the building. He gets better, though.]]though]].



** The fangirl from "Fanatic" sneaks into Lex's place [[GoingCommando in just a trenchcoat]], [[spoiler:head shaved like Music/BritneySpears to resemble Lex. Yep. She's ''batshit crazy.'']]

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** The fangirl from "Fanatic" sneaks into Lex's place [[GoingCommando in just a trenchcoat]], [[spoiler:head shaved like Music/BritneySpears to resemble Lex. Yep. She's ''batshit crazy.'']]crazy'']].



%%* FinaleSeason: Season 10



* FinaleSeason: The words "The Final Season" appear above the title in the commercials for season 10. In fact, the PreviouslyOn segment at the beginning of the season premiere ends with Tom Welling's voice saying "And now, the final season of Smallville".* TheFinalTemptation: "[[LotusEaterMachine Labyrinth]]"



%%* ForcedPrizeFight: "[[Recap/SmallvilleS06E17Combat Combat]]"
* ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:[[CaptainObvious Clark is going to become Superman.]]]]

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%%* * ForcedPrizeFight: The Live or Die Fight Club in "[[Recap/SmallvilleS06E17Combat Combat]]"
Combat]]" posts these fights on the Internet.
* ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:[[CaptainObvious Clark is going to become Superman.]]]]Superman]]]].



* FreudianExcuse: Lex's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_personality_disorder hyper-manipulative, borderline-sociopathic, power-obsessed dad]] really did a number on him. Then again, in the finale [[spoiler: absolutely all his memory is erased, up to and including all his childhood memories, rendering this pretty much pointless.]] Well, presumably, his personality is still intact, so he is still the bitter, angry, cynical bastard we've all come to know, [[spoiler:even if he doesn't remember ''why''.]]

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* FreudianExcuse: Lex's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissistic_personality_disorder hyper-manipulative, borderline-sociopathic, power-obsessed dad]] really did a number on him. Then again, in the finale [[spoiler: absolutely all his memory is erased, up to and including all his childhood memories, rendering this pretty much pointless.]] pointless]]. Well, presumably, his personality is still intact, so he is still the bitter, angry, cynical bastard we've all come to know, [[spoiler:even if he doesn't remember ''why''.]]''why'']].



* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Episodes like "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E12Insurgence Insurgence]]," "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E13Suspect Suspect]]," and "Precipice" are completely meteor-freak-less. Also, "[[Recap/SmallvilleS05E14Tomb Tomb]]" [[spoiler:has a girl raised from the dead by a meteor rock bracelet ([[LightningCanDoAnything and a bolt of lightning]]) to go after an AxCrazy but otherwise ''human'' psych ward orderly. Who, y'know, ''put her there in the first place.'']]

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* HumansAreTheRealMonsters: Episodes like "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E12Insurgence Insurgence]]," "[[Recap/SmallvilleS02E13Suspect Suspect]]," and "Precipice" are completely meteor-freak-less. Also, "[[Recap/SmallvilleS05E14Tomb Tomb]]" [[spoiler:has a girl raised from the dead by a meteor rock bracelet ([[LightningCanDoAnything and a bolt of lightning]]) to go after an AxCrazy but otherwise ''human'' psych ward orderly. Who, y'know, ''put her there in the first place.'']]place'']].



** Slade bears very little resemblance to his ComicBook counterpart, ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}. He's actually much closer personality-wise to [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]] or Marvel's [[ComicBook/XMen Senator Kelly]].

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** Slade bears very little resemblance to his ComicBook comic book counterpart, ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}. He's actually much closer personality-wise to [[GeneralRipper Wade Eiling]] or Marvel's [[ComicBook/XMen Senator Kelly]].



** This also happens to Bizarro as well whenever he's exposed to sunlight, revealing his true nature as [[spoiler: a Phantom who stole some of Clark's DNA in order to gain his appearance.]]

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** This also happens to Bizarro as well whenever he's exposed to sunlight, revealing his true nature as [[spoiler: a Phantom who stole some of Clark's DNA in order to gain his appearance.]]appearance]].



** After all the grief Clark gets for not telling Lana the truth about himself, the end of season 5 has Lex developing similar powers from a syringe [[spoiler:by Brainiac, to prepare him to be Zod's vessel]]. He then goes on to [[spoiler:rub it in everyone's faces by reusing Clark's reasons when he tells Lana.]]

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** After all the grief Clark gets for not telling Lana the truth about himself, the end of season 5 has Lex developing similar powers from a syringe [[spoiler:by Brainiac, to prepare him to be Zod's vessel]]. He then goes on to [[spoiler:rub it in everyone's faces by reusing Clark's reasons when he tells Lana.]]Lana]].



** It rained heavily during the funeral of Whitney's father. It snowed at Jonathan Kent's funeral. It was a bright sunny day at Henry James "Jimmy" Olsen's funeral. It was [[spoiler: also sunny at Carter Hall's funeral in Egypt in "Luthor", albeit was held indoors.]]

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** It rained heavily during the funeral of Whitney's father. It snowed at Jonathan Kent's funeral. It was a bright sunny day at Henry James "Jimmy" Olsen's funeral. It was [[spoiler: also sunny at Carter Hall's funeral in Egypt in "Luthor", albeit was held indoors.]]indoors]].



* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: "Void" is about a serum that brings a person near death, giving them visions of their loved ones that have passed on. Which could merely be drug-induced hallucination and nothing more, [[spoiler:but then the "vision" of Jonathan Kent tells Clark something that ''Jonathan didn't live to tell anyone.'']]
* [[ProphetEyes Milky White Eyes]]: Both Lana and Chloe get it when they are [[spoiler:put into painful comas by Brainiac.]]

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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: "Void" is about a serum that brings a person near death, giving them visions of their loved ones that have passed on. Which could merely be drug-induced hallucination and nothing more, [[spoiler:but then the "vision" of Jonathan Kent tells Clark something that ''Jonathan didn't live to tell anyone.'']]
anyone'']].
* [[ProphetEyes Milky White Eyes]]: Both Lana and Chloe get it when they are [[spoiler:put into painful comas by Brainiac.]]Brainiac]].



* NeverMyFault: Pete blames everyone else for his problems from Lex for what his father did to Clark for having powers and not using them to help him lie cheat and steal.

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* NeverMyFault: NeverMyFault:
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Pete blames everyone else for his problems from Lex for what his father did to Clark for having powers and not using them to help him lie cheat and steal.



%%* NoirEpisode: "[[Recap/SmallvilleS06E20Noir Noir]]"

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%%* * NoirEpisode: "[[Recap/SmallvilleS06E20Noir Noir]]"Noir]]''; black and white, period costumes, references to noir-era "Superman", a noir-ish storyline...



%%* ParentsForADay: "Ageless"

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%%* * ParentsForADay: "Ageless"Clark and Lana in "Ageless" with the odd twist that it only lasts a day because the child in question has a kryptonite-induced mutation that causes him to age by several years every few hours.



* RewatchBonus: In "Splinter" when Clark starts driving home his seatbelt suddenly disappears.



*** In Season ten, to calm people's mistrust of superheroes, [[spoiler: Oliver unmasks himself, [[Film/IronMan by calling a press conference, announcing that 'I am [hero identity], as an ex girlfriend who's a reporter watches on, resulting in the crowd of reporters suddenly getting louder and ask a ton of questions.]]]]

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*** In Season ten, to calm people's mistrust of superheroes, [[spoiler: Oliver unmasks himself, [[Film/IronMan by calling a press conference, announcing that 'I am [hero identity], as an ex girlfriend who's a reporter watches on, resulting in the crowd of reporters suddenly getting louder and ask a ton of questions.]]]]questions]]]].



* StarterMarriage: [[spoiler:Jimmy and Chloe]]. They were very sweet together at first but gets increasingly rocky due to the involvement of first Clark, then Davis. Ends with a huge TearJerker when [[spoiler:Jimmy [[BreakTheCutie shouts at Chloe and declares marrying her is the biggest mistake of his life]].]]

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* StarterMarriage: [[spoiler:Jimmy and Chloe]]. They were very sweet together at first but gets increasingly rocky due to the involvement of first Clark, then Davis. Ends with a huge TearJerker when [[spoiler:Jimmy [[BreakTheCutie shouts at Chloe and declares marrying her is the biggest mistake of his life]].]]life]]]].



** In "Descent" Lex blames Clark for stressing Jonathan into death after the later says that Lex could have had his father's approval if he'd only tried. However Clark was warned that saving Lana would have consequences, and he chose to, and he killed his own father. Meaning that Lex was absolutely right.

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** In "Descent" Lex blames Clark for stressing Jonathan into death after the later says that Lex could have had his father's approval if he'd only tried. However Clark was warned that saving Lana would have consequences, and he chose to, and he killed leading to the death of his own father. Meaning that Lex was absolutely right.



%%* VillainTeamUp: "Asylum." [[spoiler:Leading to ChronicBackstabbingDisorder.]]

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%%* * VillainTeamUp: "Asylum." [[spoiler:Leading Two meteor freaks, Eric Summers and Ian Randall, get assistance from [[TheHunter Van McNulty]] because he knows Clark's weakness. They plan to escape from Belle Reve by having Eric take Clark's powers. [[spoiler:Leads to ChronicBackstabbingDisorder.]]



** "Absolute Justice" has [[spoiler:Amanda Waller and Checkmate. She uses her Suicide Squad (or a member of it) to go after the JSA, not really caring that he kills a couple but killing him when he tried to kill everyone. Why? She wanted to bring them out of hiding to join the budding JLA and prepare for the coming Apocalypse (or is it Apokolips?).]]

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** "Absolute Justice" has [[spoiler:Amanda Waller and Checkmate. She uses her Suicide Squad (or a member of it) to go after the JSA, not really caring that he kills a couple but killing him when he tried to kill everyone. Why? She wanted to bring them out of hiding to join the budding JLA and prepare for the coming Apocalypse (or is it Apokolips?).]]Apokolips?)]].
12th Mar '16 11:13:00 AM comicwriter
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* FakeShemp: Michael Rosenbaum left the show after Season 7, so Lex's brief appearances in Season 8 were actually a body double named Kevin Miller.


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* FakeShemp: Michael Rosenbaum left the show after Season 7, so Lex's brief appearances in Season 8 were actually played by a body double named Kevin Miller.
12th Mar '16 11:12:15 AM comicwriter
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* FakeShemp: Michael Rosenbaum left the show after Season 7, so Lex's brief appearances in Season 8 were actually a body double named Kevin Miller.
2nd Mar '16 9:05:52 PM YesMrSpaceman
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** This is a major thing with Clark and Lex before they become enemies. Even while claiming to be the best of friends, they are always heavily distrustful of one another.



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29th Feb '16 4:44:45 AM StFan
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* InstantExpert: Lana's martial arts skills. She was trained by Lex in the early seasons and worked out much like Tess did later, including wearing boxing gloves and hitting the heavy bag. The episode we see Lana being trained by Lex has her facing a guy who'd been threatening her, and kicking him so hard he's knocked into a table and ends up unconscious. She couldn't have had more than a few days practice with Lex until that point.
** Basically anything Lana tries she becomes this even when she gains Clark’s abilities she knew how to use them instantly. It took Clark years to master his powers. This is especially jarring since EriC Summer didn’t instantly master those abilities.

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* InstantExpert: Lana's martial arts skills. She was trained by Lex in the early seasons and worked out much like Tess did later, including wearing boxing gloves and hitting the heavy bag. The episode we see Lana being trained by Lex has her facing a guy who'd been threatening her, and kicking him so hard he's knocked into a table and ends up unconscious. She couldn't have had more than a few days practice with Lex until that point.
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point. Basically anything Lana tries tries, she becomes this even this. Even when she gains Clark’s Clark's abilities she knew knows how to use them instantly. It instantly; it took Clark years to master his powers. This is especially jarring since EriC Eric Summer didn’t didn't instantly master those abilities.
21st Feb '16 12:10:39 PM morenohijazo
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* StarterMarriage: [[spoiler:Jimmy and Chloe]]. They were very sweet together at first but gets increasingly rocky due to the involvement of first Clark, then Davis. Ends with a huge TearJerker when [[spoiler:Jimmy [[BreakTheCutie shouts at Chloe and declares marrying her is the biggest mistake of his life]].]]
16th Feb '16 1:33:10 AM Tropetastic1995
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In 2016, An episode of ''[[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]]'' comfirmed that this was an alternate universe to the Franchise/ArrowVerse as when Barry was glimpsing at the other dimensions, this version of the Green Arrow was shown.

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In 2016, An episode of ''[[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]]'' comfirmed that this was an alternate universe to the Franchise/ArrowVerse as when Barry was glimpsing at the other dimensions, this version of the Green Arrow was shown.
10th Feb '16 7:08:03 AM Chexero1
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In 2016, An episode of ''[[Series/TheFlash2014 The Flash]]'' comfirmed that this was an alternate universe to the Franchise/ArrowVerse as when Barry was glimpsing at the other dimensions, this version of the Green Arrow was shown.
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