Agatha: It's a perfect plan! They do think I'm dead!
There is a serious flaw in this "perfect plan"—one that could ruin everything
. You're not really dead
. Now are
Yuusuke (mourning): I'm sorry, Kuwabara... it's all my fault...
Kuwabara: Okay! I think you've done enough groveling for one day! Though, it is pretty entertaining. Reporting for duty: Captain Faker! That's me!
Yuusuke: ..Wah.. why's that dead guy walkin' around!?
Kurama: Yes, well... I tried to inform you, but you were too engrossed in your speech.
You're a moving public speaker, by the way.
"Everyone thinks you're dead. Isn't that great?"
"By the time your adversary races towards your 'body' to frisk you for cash and pull gold fillings out of your mouth, you'll already be behind him, poised for the killing blow."
Skitter: Do we really have to maintain this charade?
: Coil went to a lot of effort in putting together his grand plan. He died in a blaze of glory and violence, just like he wanted
. Do you really want to spoil that by going on about how heís still alive?
: Lutessa walks into her own office to find Lionel Luthor, who has, somehow, managed to, OFF CAMERA
, reinstate himself as head of LuthorCorp, even though the other Lionel Luthorís body is Iím pretty sure a known quantity, and heís a Lionel Luthor from an alternate universe. Chris
: Okay, look: the last thing I want to do is start nitpicking the reality of Smallville
, but seriously: A dude who has been dead for four years suddenly comes back and is immediately just handed the keys of all the stuff he used to own? ...Iím all for boring parts happening off-camera, but when ďOh, I faked my death
Ē is what you consider to be a believable cover story for whatís actually going on, Iíd like maybe a tiny explanation of how it went down. David
: Letís be fair here: Lex Luthor has used that as a legitimate excuse in the comics at least two or three times. But yes, at least a single scene of some BS law would have made me feel better, absolutely.