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What's on your mind?
Who are you top 10 characters from the show?
Here are mine in no particular order
#1 - Clark Kent
#2 - Lana Lang
#3 - Lex Luthor
#4 - Lois Lane
#5 - Oliver Queen
#6 - Chloe Sullivan
#7 - Tess Mercer
#8 - Lionel Luthor
#9 - Kara Zor-El
#10 - Emil Hamilton
#1 - Jonathan Kent
#2 - Martha Kent
#3 - Arthur Curry/Aquaman
#4 - Carter Hall/Hawkman
#5 - Zatanna Zatara
#6 - Pete Ross
#7 - Jimmy Olsen
#8 - Dinah Lance/Black Canary
#9 - John Jones
#10 - Bart Allen/Impulse
#11 - Victor Stone/Cyborg
#12 - Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl
In season 7, Episode 17. Lex had symbols carved in to his chest and it turns out the symbols also actually made a 3rd symbol.
If anyone's familiar with the Allison Mack's involvement in the Cult, You'll understand why this is very eerie. (for lack of a better word). Almost foreshadowing-Premonition
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Smallville Season 1: Tempest and Reaper
Smallville Season 2: Exodus and Nocturne
Smallville Season 3: Shattered and Talisman
Smallville Season 4: Commencement and Spell
Smallville Season 5: Reckoning and Tomb
Smallville Season 6: Promise and Rage
Smallville Season 7: Descent and Fierce
Smallville Season 8: Odyssey and Doomsday
Smallville Season 9: Salvation and Escape
Smallville Season 10: Finale (Both Parts) and Harvest
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"Had you always been working toward a plan for the ending that you wanted for the series?
GOUGH: You have ideas, but I don’t think you can plan for that, in terms of a script that was sitting in a safe for 10 years and then you’re like, “Finally, here’s the last episode.” The characters evolve and the series evolves. If it had gone five years versus 10 years, you’d end it one way.
MILLAR: Ultimately, in our own heads, we had an ending that we wanted. The last moment of the show would be him putting on the suit and flying off into his future and his destiny. That was always in our heads. That would be the ultimate end to the show. The thing that was always frustrating for us was that the whole “no flights, no tights” became this ball-and-chain to us. For us, that’s his destiny as Superman, but it was also a budgetary concern. Initially, we wanted to ground him and ground the show.
GOUGH: They were slaves to that for the entire run of the series, and it went 10 years. After awhile, it was like, “Come on, already!”
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Or an AI Jor El telling his son to be Earth's champion.
Without the fortress or AI Jor El Clark would've or maybe suited up later in life with that, he was already saving lives and fighting meteor freaks. He was barely at the Fortress most of the time and they kept postponing his training.
Since 78 Superman Smallville, Man Of Steel and now Superman & Lois have been dragging that AI Jor El/Fortress origin through the dirt, it's not interesting any more.
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So in the UK the entire Box Set of Smallville Seasons 1-10 are now available on All4 (They may have been for some time and I've only just noticed it), but when I went through every series I noticed a weird anomaly. Season 6, Episode 19 'Nemesis' is missing from All4's Box Set and I'm rather confused, could that episode be missing in an error or could they have made the decision not to include that episode in the Box Set? I'm fairly sure that Nemesis is still available on Amazon Prime but if you watch the episode on Amazon Prime now you'd either have to buy the entirety of Season 6 or buy that singular episode as you now have to pay for all Seasons & Episodes wherein they used to come free with a Prime Subscription (I watched every episode from Season 3 - on Prime back when they were free on Prime, including Nemesis. I watched Season 1 & 2 on TV as they were on either a 4 or 5 channel but then they suddenly stopped so I went through the remainder on Amazon Prime a couple of years ago). I apologise if someone else has noted this in the past and I'm asking the same question, but I wasn't sure as to whether anyone else would have asked or if anyone else from the UK would have realised or have asked.
To others it was the most frustrating aspect of the whole series. It was like a four and a half season rule that went on for the entire series. It didn't help that the flying was taken up by other characters like Kara Zor EL.
Could've had it been like Jessica Jones can't fly very well.
Even in the Lois & Clark pilot he had the ability to fly long before he had the suit what was wrong with that?
The writers did admit they couldn't afford to have him fly week to week or once in a while.
In Season 4: Episode 8. Spell.
Isabelle is in France getting burned at the stake she, her sister coven, and that man convicting them all spoke English. I don’t know much about History or languages but surely they wouldn’t be all speaking American there? :/
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