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Old November 10 2009, 03:00 PM   #61
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Re: The Show that Never Will End that Fans want to End (Smallville)

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I have argued with my friends for a while now that the only way to connect this series with the Superman-universe is in the series finale that the Fortress is going to have to preform a massive world wide reset button/erase people's memory. TOO many people have seen clark's face. Even if Clark wears the traditional outfit, people like Lois would recognize him.
Both Lois and Lex have been plonked on the head and knocked unconscious so many times I have to wonder about their ability to form any memories at all.
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Old November 10 2009, 04:24 PM   #62
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I really wish the show would keep all the HS crap we witnessed with Clana and not have it carry over to Clois...I don't think Lois & Clark should be in a romantic anything at this point. It seems sometimes the writers want to cater to gushy shippers. I hope to God they don't put a romantic storyline in for Zod & Tess.
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Old November 10 2009, 08:22 PM   #63
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Oh, I could see how you mistook what you saw the other day for cannibalism, but that was Zod attempting to seduce Tes with all his super alien charm. He thinks so little of her, of humans, of women, that that is all the game he assumes he needs.

He's lying, and she's revolted.

but they both got enough at stake to pretend they don't want to vomit for a little while.

Murdering his stooge the week before that was so foreplay.

If Zod wasn't being written as a romantically thumb tied clumsy ass, it could be going somewhere.

We've met his wife.

She obviously wore the pants.
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Old November 10 2009, 08:30 PM   #64
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Re: The Show that Never Will End that Fans want to End (Smallville)

I think the show has been pretty decent this season. They handled some heavy items so far and done well within the constraints of it still having to be a show geared for the teenage audience.

The fact that it's Superman keeps me watching it. Hell, I watched Lois & Clark just because it was a Superman show. If I can stomach that then Smallville is like Shakespeare in comparison.
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Old November 10 2009, 08:37 PM   #65
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I wonder how much Kryptonite Bruce Wayne has stowed away for a rainy day by this point?
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Old November 11 2009, 01:23 AM   #66
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The show kind of lost me as a viewer after the whole David Bloome / Doomsday debacle. I mean Doomsday has a very unique history by himself, why screw that shit up?! Plus Doomie can go toe to toe with Supes on almost every level, and he gets defeated with a plunk down industrial lane? Really? And now we have FRIGGIN CLONES of Zod and his minions running around. That's truly unique.
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Old November 11 2009, 01:59 AM   #67
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Guy who is this Bruce Wayne that you refer to? Bruce does not exist in the Smallville universe and if he did his alternate reality version named Adam Knight already appeared and caused enough trouble for Clark and Lana way back.
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Old November 11 2009, 03:49 AM   #68
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Oh Adam, that dumb bastard.

I have so much venom for no reason about that actor. He's just too happy and pretty. When he was Boon on lost he made me want to retch in perpetuity.

Here's a fancy theory.

The first Meteor strike put off the Waynes visit to the movies, meaning that Thomas and Martha maybe are walking about in Smallville continuity and Bruce is a spoilt rich yuppie dick wad.

Smallville Spinoff: Martha & Martha.

(They're both Senators on Capitol Hill.)

If pappy Kent hadn't died, second spinoff show idea: The John Thomas Show.
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Old November 11 2009, 05:18 AM   #69
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^ I like that theory...one of your best.
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Old November 11 2009, 05:40 PM   #70
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I wonder how much Kryptonite Bruce Wayne has stowed away for a rainy day by this point?

In the Smallville universe Bruce Wayne would probably have his entire mansion covered in Kryptonite.
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