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Smallville 8.19 - Stiletto - I worship at the television altar
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Smallville 8.19 - Stiletto
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starry_dawn From: starry_dawn Date: April 29th, 2009 10:30 am (UTC) (Link)
I should be surprised at how many common things we mentioned in our reviews, but I'm not. GMTA, babe! \o/

Clark never took his eyes off Lois the whole time he talked to her, and what he saw was something rare, at least to him: Lois without her walls and without her snark, open and vulnerable, more interested in the man than the myth, and more concerned for his loneliness than the scoop of a lifetime.

You really have a way with words, hon. *draws hearts around you*

I've already seen the theory that somehow the suit will prolong Lana's life into the realm of immortality, and that long after Lois is dead and buried, Clark and Lana will find a way to be together once more.

Nothing against the Clana fans, but *facepalm*.

I know she sees no way out, but I wanted to shake her, and tell her to go to Clark. NOW. And instead she pushed him away, even though it was clear he knew something was wrong, and wanted to help.

Wasn't it frustrating to watch? There he is, an impossibly large answer to all her problems, and she keeps avoiding him. How could she possibly go wrong in telling him? I don't get her logic at all.

I hate what they're doing with Jimmy. I don't see what purpose this whole drug addict storyline serves, and it's way too dark for a character who works much better as comic relief.

Exactly what I said too. There's no need to dramatize EVERY character's life!

ITA with everything you said about Clark. It was a lovely episode for him.

Lois: I was gonna sew an "S" into the chest. Is that tacky?

HEE. This one still cracks me up. As does "there's no THE!" So funny.

Oh, you added in the cap of Tommy flashing his tummy! I didn't see that one coming AT ALL. :D
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: April 30th, 2009 12:48 pm (UTC) (Link)
Wasn't it frustrating to watch? There he is, an impossibly large answer to all her problems, and she keeps avoiding him. How could she possibly go wrong in telling him? I don't get her logic at all.

You and me both. I was yelling at my TV screen during that scene. :)

There's no need to dramatize EVERY character's life!

THIS. And I think that's one of the reasons I'm enjoying Lois so much right now, they haven't burdened her with some impossibly angsty storyline. She screwed up in this one, but she quickly realized her mistake, was open about it, and made it right.

Oh, you added in the cap of Tommy flashing his tummy! I didn't see that one coming AT ALL.

I'm terribly predictable in some ways, aren't I? hee!
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