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I believe the symbol is another clue to one of the three crystals that when combined will lead Clark to the Fortress of Solitude.

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The flight scene was friken awsome and hope he does it more

Yeah! I love it when he snatched the glowing rock. A bit too Jedi-ish, but it sure looks cool. ::):

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And Coming Up!

 

Episode #4-2: "Gone" Air Date: September 29, 2004

 

Written By: Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson

Directed By: James Marshall

Guest Stars: Erica Durance (Lois Lane), Michael Ironside (General Sam Lane)

 

See our "Gone" preview image gallery!

 

The WB's Official Description (Posted 9/10): CLARK AND LOIS INVESTIGATE CHLOE'S MURDER -- Clark (Tom Welling) and Lois Lane (Erica Durance) investigate Chloe's (Allison Mack) apparent murder, but are stopped by an army officer, General Sam Lane (guest star Michael Ironside), who turns out to be Lois' father. Lois suspects that Sam knows more about Chloe's death than he will admit, and Clark discovers that Sam has recently been in contact with Lex (Michael Rosembaum). Jason (Jensen Ackles) arrives from Paris and convinces Lana (Kristin Kreuk) to continue their relationship. Suspecting that Chloe is still alive, Lionel (John Glover) sends an assassin with the power to morph his limbs into metallic weapons to keep Chloe from testifying against him. John Schneider and Annette O'Toole also star. James Marshall directed the episode written by Brian Peterson & Kelly Souders (#402).

 

Added 9/22: Don't fret! Chloe is alive! She'll be back in this episode.

 

 

Added 9/6: Contrary to rumor that they couldn't/wouldn't meet, Lex and Lois meet in this episode.

 

 

Added 8/8: Clark uses X-ray vision and knows that Chloe's body is not in her casket in the grave. Lois is confused about how he knows this.

- Lois and Clark end up with a loft scene. Right after Clark is mooning over Lana.

- Clark has a confrontation with Lex. "Does this mean you're talking to me again?" Lex asks. "Only because I have no choice," Clark tells him. Clark tells Lex that he wants his help in finding Chloe. Lex asks Clark if he thinks raising someone from the grave is setting the bar a little high. Clark tells Lex that he knows Chloe is not in the grave. Lex responds with telling Clark that "the reason Chloe's casket is empty is because there wasn't anything left."

- Clark asks Lex "Would you have given up this easily if it was me?"

- Lionel's goon, Trent, emerges from a molten sculpture. No, we're not making that up!

- Lex dials a phone and asks to "Get me Blye." Some fans have speculated that "Blye" might be a code name for Chloe, a reference to "Nellie Bly." "Nellie Bly was the pen name of Elizabeth Jane Cochrane, a pioneer woman investigative journalist in the late 19th century. She travelled around the world in less than 80 days which made her world famous and she also went undercover in at Blackwell Asylum posing as an inmate in order to expose the horrible conditions. She was kept there far longer than she intended due to a series of mishaps," Melisande has explained on the forum.

- Lana visits Lex, who is getting dialysis. Lex doesn't believe her when she says she thinks Paris just wasn't for her. It also seems the condition Lex was left in may be permanent.

- It sounds like Lex and Clark work together to find Chloe.

- Clark talks to his mother about his doubts about trusting Lex yet again. And *Martha* sticks up for Lex. "Ever since he met you he's been surrounded by things he can't explain. I guess we can't really balme him for trying to find the truth," she says.

- It sounds like the episode's conclusion will end with Lionel getting what he deserves. "I wouldn't miss this for the world," Lex says.

- There is a set listed for the episode called "Dr. Swann's Metropolis Office." Sounds like to us, if Dr. Swann does not appear, then his office at least will! Curious...

 

Added 8/2: Michael Ironside has been cast as General Sam Lane.

 

Added 7/19: Lex meets with a well-groomed FAA Agent named Agent Stockard. Stockard had been assigned to Lockerbie and the shuttle disaster in the past. Stockard reveals to Lex that the damage reports suggest that his plane accident involved a door being extricated from his aircraft; not air currents as originally believed. "Are you trying to tell me someone ripped the door off my plane?" Lex asks. "Someone, or something," he is told.

 

Added 7/17: After Sam turns down the Kents' invite for dinner and insists Lois comes with him, Lois makes a comment to Clark when she gives him that surprise hug goodbye. "This is all about Chloe. I know my dad's hiding something," she says.

- Clark enters Lex's hangar looking for Lex. As he makes his way around, he notices the fuselage is dented. A door is missing, ripped off its hinges. Clark realizes when he sees this that it was Lex's plane he robbed! (Apparently the robbing happened in the previous episode, and maybe the flying rumor is true?) His expression shows how rattled he is at seeing the violent result of his powers.

- Clark sees a photo on Sam Lane's desk of a two year old Lois with Sam and her mother. We learn Ellen/Ella Lane died when Lois was six. Clark tells her he's sorry. "Don't be. Unless you're the one who got her hooked on cigarettes behind the gym in high school." Lois confides to Clark that she doesn't really remember her mother. This is around the time when Sam catches them in his office (see below).

- Lois has a dramatic moment, but it's all an act to make Sam feel bad. (That's where the "you ever wonder why I never had any friends?" thing comes in). After Sam goes away, Lois returns to normal, and tells Clark he's such a sucker. "I think there might have been another reason you didn't have any friends," Clark teases.

- Clark hears something with his super hearing. Perhaps Sam returning?

 

Added 7/15: A convict attacks Lionel in his shower at Metropolis Men's Central. The convict is young and muscular, covered with tattoos. Lionel fights back and then is stabbed by the convict. Blood gushes.

- Lex empties his liquor cabinet by pouring its contents into a sink, likely to prevent a repeat of what happened in "Covenant." He turns around to find... Lana! (And that's where the page ends!)

 

Added 7/12: General Sam Lane, Lois's father, makes his first appearance on Smallville.

- "We had an understanding. You were supposed to stay away from the crime scene," Sam Lane tells her. He also told her that he was transferred to Fort Ryan so he could head their training program. "So you could keep an eye on me," Lois responds.

- Sam calls Lois his "little Lo."

- Jonathan invites Sam Lane to dinner. "He's a four star general, he deserves some respect," Jonathan says. (Guess this means Jonathan is okay)

- Clark does not seem to like Sam, and thinks that landing helicopters anywhere he wants is "extreme parenting."

- "My heart's not what it used to be," Jonathan says.

- Sam turns down the dinner invite, and wants Lois to come with him to the base. Lois says goodbye to Clark with a hug.

- Later on, Sam walks in on Clark going through his things. Lois doesn't back him up, and says "I walked in and found Clark going through your things!" Sam doesn't buy it, and says Lois is a bad influence, and demands they tell him what they're doing there or "you're going to wish you never stepped foot on my base."

- Lois has conflict with Sam, and says she never had any friends because he never stopped being the General. "It might help if you picked friends that didn't break into my office."

- Lionel is an infirmary at Metropolis Men's Central. He has wounds. A man named Trent tells him "Lex led me straight to her." Who "her" is, we're not sure, but Trent tells Lionel to "ante up or Lex and the star of your little show will testify tomorrow." "Make sure her silence is permanent this time," Lionel threatens.

- A guard tells Chloe "Miss Sullivan, you have a visitor." We THINK it's Lex visiting her, but we're not sure.

- Lex is receiving some kind of dialysis, and he's brushing off the nurse when it's time to do it. "It's not a lunch date you can be fashionably late to," he is told.

- Clark finds one of General Lane's cigar butts in the hangar where Lex is keeping his jet. Interesting...

 

 

Episode #4-5: "Run" Air Date: October 20, 2004

 

Written By: Steve DeKnight

Guest Stars: Kyle Gallner (Bart Allen)Barry Allen aka The Flash

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Will have to think on that a bit, but I do love the Batman. :B):

 

In the animated movie Batman and Superman

Batman went to metropolis and teamed up with Superman to deal with the Joker and Lex.

 

So I like to see a young Bruce Wayne meet up with Lex or Clark. Wayne is always interested in ways to improve his own skills, maybe find a new power source to power his gadets. ::o:

 

Or perhaps some exposure to some form of kryptonite in one of the labs is what give the Batman an added edge in his combat abilities. :poke:

 

ERL

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Well from the now defuncted Birds of Prey, Bruce gave up the cape and cowl after the Catwoman got wacked by the Joker. Personally, I'd think it would be interesting to see Bruce visit Smallville and meet Clark. They can do the whole "meaning of being a hero" sappy storyline where both Bruce and Clark a vaublable life lesson... that Chloe is the star of the show :wub:

 

Aside from old Battie showing I'd like to see the Teen Titans! WIth Robin, Raven, Cyborg, Starfire, Kid Flash/ Impulse, Aqualad, Beastboy/changling/whatever his name is/was, bucky... blah you get the point. Perhaps they could even work a little spin-off for them.

 

And of course, there is the Green Arrow! Ollie could make some moves on Martha and make her blush like a school girl again ::P:

 

But as long as Chloe :wub: is still on the show its all good!

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Or perhaps some exposure to some form of kryptonite in one of the labs is what give the Batman an added edge in his combat abilities. :poke:

As a lifelong devoted fan of Batman ... who needs that superpowers crap ... just an obsession, good tech, and tons of training. I would never EVER watch Smallville again if they even hinted at Kryptonite having ANYTHING to do with Batman's combat prowess other than his absolute insane obsession anf lifetime of training about avenging his parents' death and desire to prevent it from happening to others.

 

The reason I always loved Bats was because he never had super powers. He was a man.

 

Having a story arc involving Lex and Bruce as two corporate rivals potentially would be interesting, but it's far too early to bring in Bats otherwise. If there is no Batman, you can't very well have Robin and/or the Teen Titans, he being a founding member.

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It would make a lot of sense for me if Lex and Bruce were boarding school acquaintances. Supes, Bats, and Lex are all about the same age. Of course, Bruce doesn't have to like Lex in any fundamental way aside from the "I tolerate you because we run in the same social circles and are incredibly powerful young adults" kind of way. We do know that Bruce are Clark are friends (and that they know each other's secrets). Now that Pete has moved on, Clark needs a confidant, right? Bruce seems to be a perfect candidate.

 

But perhaps that's just me.

 

kit

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It would also be kind of difficult because at this point in their lives, Bruce was still wandering the world training and had not yet assumed the mantle of the bat, at least in the traditional mythology when he was at the high school age.

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Or perhaps some exposure to some form of kryptonite in one of the labs is what give the Batman an added edge in his combat abilities.  :poke:

As a lifelong devoted fan of Batman ... who needs that superpowers crap ... just an obsession, good tech, and tons of training. I would never EVER watch Smallville again if they even hinted at Kryptonite having ANYTHING to do with Batman's combat prowess other than his absolute insane obsession anf lifetime of training about avenging his parents' death and desire to prevent it from happening to others.

 

The reason I always loved Bats was because he never had super powers. He was a man.

 

Having a story arc involving Lex and Bruce as two corporate rivals potentially would be interesting, but it's far too early to bring in Bats otherwise. If there is no Batman, you can't very well have Robin and/or the Teen Titans, he being a founding member.

Birds of Prey was a spin off of sorts of Smallville that took place in Gotham. So Batman is already estiblushied as a character in the Smallville TV Universe.

::P:

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Nah, I think it just happened to be on the same channel.

As far as I know none of the characters of smallville ever went there.

besides that was one piece O crap show.

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Smallville is an established place in the DC Universe, as is Gotham, Edge City and other places. Any show having anything to do with DC comics would have to have those places there. It doesn't necesarily mean that they are in the same storyline or timeline.

It could just be an alternate DC universe, or It could be like Highlander II that no one acknowledges exists.

As Smallville is the show that is still airing and Birds of Prey is not, I would say that Smallville defines what is happening in the DC universe.

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