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Smallville 9x02 - Metallo - I worship at the television altar
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Smallville 9x02 - Metallo
In Metallo Clark continued his struggle to redefine himself, to find his rightful place as a Kryptonian among men. These are difficult and confusing times for our hero. He welcomes Jor-El's knowledge, but not his plan for his life. He's determined to continue his training, but refuses to leave the world behind to do so. He's ready to once again embrace his human side, but must not let it cloud his judgment as it did before. And he's reaching out more and more to Lois, but can never tell her who he really is. Finding a way to balance everything just might prove impossible, especially when you throw Zod into the mix.

As this episode began, we saw Clark playing the Blur full time, presumably continuing his training at the Fortress in between bouts of cleaning up crime in Metropolis. It looked to be a solitary existence, devoid of human contact, perfect for maintaining the dispassionate distance Jor-El insists he needs. But Clark is cheating; he's been calling Lois. He was doing fine until Lois came back, but now that he knows she's alive, he can't seem to stay away. And I can't say that I blame him.

Lois has a bad case of hero worship when it comes to the Blur. Her faith in him is unshakable, and she never questions his judgment or tells him he's doing it wrong. Who wouldn't love that kind of validation? Lois is also the only one of Clark's friends still living in Metropolis who hasn't betrayed him, and with whom he doesn't feel wary. And because she doesn't know the Blur's true identity, he can come to her without any of that baggage. But most of all, as Clark himself said, it just feels right to talk to her. He can't define or articulate the feelings he has for Lois yet, but he doesn't deny them either.

Clark's eagerness to connect with Lois made him quick to call her for information, with disastrous results. Of course she jumped at the chance to take it a step further and investigate, even when he told her not to. It was just one of several crises that could have been avoided if Clark had been where he belongs at the Daily Planet, and I loved all the little ways the show kept reminding us of that. When Lois ended up kidnapped by Metallo, Clark realized that the very detachment that was supposed to insure the world's safety not only helped put Lois in danger, it also left him ill-equipped to step in and save the day. He was disconnected from the flow of information, and a bit lost, and found himself back on Chloe's doorstep, looking for help. Which meant he got another round of recriminations along with the Google-fu. I'd rather see Clark back at the DP, using their considerable resources, than begging for favors and getting cold comfort at the Watchtower.

The showdown between Clark and Metallo was intense, and awesome. Clark never lost sight of the man who was a victim in all of this, but he also recognized the monster he had become, who was far beyond listening to reason. Clark came prepared, with an EMP grenade and a plan, and when that didn't work, he came up with an even better one right there on the spot. I love Clark when he's smart! He had compassion for Corben and all that he had suffered, but Metallo had to be stopped, and Clark got the job done. The rescue was his first face-to-face contact with Lois since before she disappeared, although as soon as she started to wake up he retreated to the shadows. She implored him to step into the light and show himself, and for a second he looked like he was going to reveal everything, but then in a flash he was gone.

After reflecting on everything that had happened since he decided to walk away from his former life, including the bitter accusations John Corben hurled at him, Clark concluded that he had taken the easy way out. He learned a long time ago that running away never solves anything, and now he's ready to stand and face the newest challenges in his life. I have no doubt he will rebuild his cherished friendship with Chloe, and help drag Ollie back from the depths to which he has sunk. He will continue his training, and keep his city safe. He will solve the mystery of where Lois has been, and find out what new mischief Tess is up to. And he will return to the Daily Planet, and explore the feelings he can no longer ignore, for the woman he can't resist: Lois Lane.

The first two episodes of this season have been unrelentingly dark. Tom Welling's nuanced performance has shown us every facet of Clark's struggle, and how haunted he is by the conflicts in his life. I was beginning to think we would never see our boy smile again. So I was surprised and delighted to see Clark Kent step into the sun-drenched basement bullpen of the DP, dressed once again in his reporter's shirt and tie, and reunite with Lois, in one of the most adorable scenes this show has ever given us. From Lois's unabashed joy at seeing Clark again, to the way she barreled into his arms, to Clark's happy bemusement at her reaction, it had me grinning from ear to ear, and hitting rewind a few times, too. :) And of course the best part of all was Clark's request to hear all about Lois's adventures with the Blur, and his wonderful, affectionate smile as she perched on the edge of his desk and excitedly launched into the tale. Awww! *draws sparkly hearts around them*

Tom played the emotion in this scene perfectly. If the Triangle of Two is going to work, it can't ever seem like it's a joke on Lois. If Clark tips just a little too far into amusement, he's going to look like a jerk. And in this scene, Clark radiated warm regard, with not one speck of condescension. Well done. I also thought Lois's welcome showed a lot more genuine, heartfelt emotion than her starstruck awe in the presence of the Blur, and I liked that. Clark is the man, and the Blur is the myth. Lois can worship her larger-than-life hero all she wants, but for Clark's sake, I hope she saves her heart for the man. He deserves nothing less.

Things are still tense between Clark and Chloe, and I'm having a hard time figuring out what is pushing Chloe to be so nasty all the time. First she's mad at Clark for turning away from humanity, and now she's railing at him for coming back. And what's with the guilt trip about her sacrifices? Maybe I'm supposed to believe it's the grief talking, or concern for Lois's safety, but the vibe I'm getting is all about jealousy, and bitterness that Clark is turning to Lois instead of her. And I could totally understand that, if only she hadn't given him a colossal reason not to trust her! Is Chloe ever going to take responsibility for her actions? She seems to blame Clark for Jimmy's death more than herself, and she still hasn't apologized for anything, even after Clark said he was sorry for leaving her alone. I don't know if Chloe is blind, arrogant, or just poorly written, but I'm finding her very difficult to like at the moment. And why doesn't Clark say something?

A tiny voice inside of me is saying that the showrunners don't think Chloe did anything wrong, that Clark stays silent out of guilt, and that he's turning to Lois because he's suddenly madly in love with her. But I'm not listening, because if I do, my head will explode.

I liked Lois in Metallo; her energy and spirit made her a bright spot in the darkness of this episode. I must admit, though, that the way she goes gaga over the Blur is a little over the top for my taste. I think they need to dial it back a notch. The scenes about Clark worked much better for me. I thought it was sweet that Lois went to the farm looking for him, and cute when she dognapped Shelby in an effort to draw him out of hiding. And their scene together at the Daily Planet was my favorite of the episode. I also enjoyed Lois on the hunt for her keyless colleague, and I liked the way she kept her cool when she realized Corben was the one. It's always fun to see Lois in action, following a lead. I'm glad she finally has a significant role to play on the show, although I'm a little nervous about her story overshadowing Clark's. Now that he's back at the DP, I'm hoping that will no longer be a concern.

Brian Austin Green gave us a complex and compelling villain in John Corben/Metallo. When we first met him, he was already halfway to being a baddie, obsessed with exposing the Blur as a dangerous vigilante. But he never deserved what was about to happen to him. He was pulled back from the brink of death after a horrific accident, only to awaken to find himself mutilated and mangled, more machine than man. BAG showed us the pain of that experience, and the despair, and the inevitable, torturous transformation, as the same kryptonite power source that enhanced his body poisoned his mind. In true meteor freak fashion, the glowing green rock seized on his defining characteristic and twisted it, turning a reporter in search of the truth into a killer hellbent on revenge. Corben's descent into total darkness was made even more poignant by the glimpse we saw of him as a sweet and loving brother, caught on video in happier times, before unbearable loss made him bitter and hard.

I would love to see BAG make a return appearance on the show. He's a great actor, with a fanboy's appreciation for the genre. Now that we've covered Metallo's backstory, any future episodes can focus on the formidable adversary he represents. He wants nothing more than to see the Blur dead, and now he knows that the very thing that gives him his power takes away Clark's. That makes him pretty scary. Besides, it's just a trip to see the man who once hunted "metal" on T:SCC become one, complete with the creepy frozen pose of the involuntary power down.

Beyond one brief scene with Lois, we didn't see much of Tess this week, as she and her new underage sidekick hunted down clues about Zod and the Kandorians. Why would they be behind the experimental procedure performed on Corben? Were they seriously contemplating replacing their own hearts with kryptonite, and swapping out various body parts for bionic components, just to get a taste of the powers they expected to have? That seems crazy to me. And what was with those impact craters with Kryptonian symbols in them? Is that the universal Kryptonian delivery system, or a sign that the Phantom Zone is somehow involved? What about the naked guy in the House of El one? Did that look like Clark to anyone else? Was it Jor-El? I'm so confused!

In Emil Hamilton, Alessandro Juliani has created a character who has become an instant favorite of mine. I want him in every episode, and I especially enjoy his dynamic with Clark. I loved his reaction when Clark startled him by whooshing into Met Gen. And I like the idea of him playing Q to Clark's Bond, that could be fun. I was surprised to find out he works at the hospital, though. I had imagined him holed up in some secret lab. I was also happy to see Lois's no-nonsense editor return, he always makes the most of his few seconds onscreen. And the poor man's Matt Dallas they got to play Tess's newest minion is interesting enough, but I liked how she had all those devoted female assistants last season. Maybe they're setting up a situation where Lois will use her feminine powers of persuasion to get Stuart to spill about Tess?

Random thoughts: I guess Lois got over her pesky little allergy to dog hair. Corben lying in his own blood after that truck hit him is an image I won't easily forget. *shivers* Martha shout-out! Yay! Did you see all those newspapers and cut-out articles on Lois's coffee table? Is she keeping a Blur scrapbook? I liked Lois's helicopter pajamas, they made me think of the great Clois moments with helicopters in Gone and Exposed. According to Google, the phone number in Clark and Lois's booth belongs to a furniture store in Denver. I wonder if they got any calls from curious fans? :) With all the many Lois scenes in these past two episodes, I was disappointed one of them wasn't devoted to Lois's reaction to the news of Jimmy's death. And I want one of those Daily Planet keychains!

This week Clark learned that not only was it emotionally difficult to leave his old life behind, but also that he was incomplete without it. By the end of the episode he realized that Clark Kent isn't dead, but rather that he is the heart of the hero he is fighting to become. When he once again joined Lois at the Daily Planet, quite literally bringing the sunshine back into Smallville, I knew that he had finally decided to listen to one voice above all others: his own. Whatever else lies ahead on the path to his destiny, whatever obstacles are put in his way, that's the voice that will guide him home.

Clark looked amazing in this episode. My top ten screen caps from Metallo:






























Screen caps courtesy of Home of the Nutty, with my thanks!

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christina_kat From: christina_kat Date: October 7th, 2009 09:40 pm (UTC) (Link)
amazing review as always! I really liked this episode, too.
the picspam is awesome. the 2nd pic GAH!!

//A tiny voice inside of me is saying that the showrunners don't think Chloe did anything wrong, that Clark stays silent out of guilt, and that he's turning to Lois because he's suddenly madly in love with her. But I'm not listening, because if I do, my head will explode.//

I believe that too and it's really frustrated if it's true.

//Clark is the man, and the Blur is the myth.//
Well said! I hope we will see more of Lois realizing that in the next episodes. I want to know for sure Clark is the one Lois is falling in love and the Blur is just the mystery guy who admires.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 7th, 2009 10:46 pm (UTC) (Link)
I keep waiting for Clark and Chloe to have a conversation where he tells her how much it hurt him that she lied to him and sabotaged his plan for Doomsday, and then she acknowledges that she should have trusted him and apologizes, but I don't think it's going to happen. :(

I want to know for sure Clark is the one Lois is falling in love and the Blur is just the mystery guy who admires.

I agree. We already know that Lois loves Clark, but she isn't going to throw herself at him if he's not interested. I understand how much she admires the Blur, and how special their phone calls are to her, but how can she fall in love with some shadowy figure over the phone when Clark is sitting right across from her?
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tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 7th, 2009 11:06 pm (UTC) (Link)
I know! How hard would it have been to have her sneeze, just once? :) I appreciate that we're seeing callbacks to previous episodes way more than we used to, but some continuity errors are just so blatant.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 7th, 2009 10:55 pm (UTC) (Link)
I think that last cap was everyone's favorite! I saw it posted all over my flist. :D They're so cute together, and I just love so much that Clark can find a moment of complete happiness amid all the worries that are weighing him down right now. That has always been what Lois alone can do: take Clark out of himself, and ease the burdens he can never fully escape.
chrisluvstommy From: chrisluvstommy Date: October 7th, 2009 09:46 pm (UTC) (Link)
I have been FEENIN for your review!!

I can't help but always agree with everything you write..I nod
along to all your points

This particularly stuck out to me
"And he will return to the Daily Planet, and explore the feelings he can no longer ignore, for the woman he can't resist: Lois Lane." You have no idea how that makes my chest tighten at those few words. Finally all my hopes for this show are finally coming to pass I know I am a totally biased Cloiser but I've waited soo very very long for them to happen

"When he once again joined Lois at the Daily Planet, quite literally bringing the sunshine back into Smallville, I knew that he had finally decided to listen to one voice above all others: his own"
This once again gave me the shivers I love love love the visual the rebirth so to speak of Clark Kent defiantely brings the sunshine back and to see him returning to where he belongs was a huge moment.

As for the keychain the promo dept needs to get on that cause I want one too..

The "man" in the S symbol was Jor-el there is a spoiler running around somewhere's that he's been here when he appears in Kandor

and unfortunately Jimmy's death won't be addressed on screen for Lois why? I don't know
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 8th, 2009 01:41 am (UTC) (Link)
Wow, you already have an icon from the Rabid trailer! Tom looks gorgeous! I'm still disappointed there aren't any promo pics for that episode.

Thanks for reading my review, even when it's so late (*kicks work*), and for your wonderful feedback.

You know, leading up to this new season, I was all about the Blur: the sexy hero perched high atop the city, the mysterious figure saving the day, the cool fights, and how hot Tom looked in the new outfit. But it wasn't until I saw that scene at the DP that I realized how much I had been missing Clark: that broad chest in a clean white shirt, the sleeves rolled up over those glorious arms, the sweet, shy glances across the desk, and most of all, that big, happy smile. I'm so glad he's back!
chrisluvstommy From: chrisluvstommy Date: October 8th, 2009 03:12 am (UTC) (Link)
Yeah I had to she just looks at him sooo lovingly and in awe OF CLARK and he's sooo Superman-ly.. god I love my couple.

I know exactly what you mean I too had been caught up him in all his dark sexiness and when I saw Clark all shy and hesitant in the doorway looking at Lois ...my heart just melted and I realized like you I missed him...

jlvsclrk From: jlvsclrk Date: October 7th, 2009 09:49 pm (UTC) (Link)
Such a fun episode! Well, except for Chloe - she was just so hateful. And I hate that she keeps stressing that it's Lois who Clark can't leave alone, when he was clearly telling her it was more than that. Anyways, I don't have enough energy to write more about her anymore, especially when there's so much else to talk about.

I loved Clark so much in this episode: how he THOUGHT and how he LISTENED and how he LEARNED. Up until the halfway mark, I think the episode was just somewhat above average, but Clark's 3 final scenes really changed that decisively. Like you, the scene with Lois at the end was my definite favorite - it was wonderful to see the sunshine and Clark smiling with (not at) Lois. I think another important realisation for him is seeing how happy Lois was at the chance to help the Blur, regardless of the risk it put her in. It's part of his growth that he has to let those around him live their lives and not try to wrap them up in cotton wool.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: December 7th, 2009 04:46 am (UTC) (Link)
I loved Clark so much in this episode: how he THOUGHT and how he LISTENED and how he LEARNED.

I agree, and Metallo has remained one of my favorite episodes of S9 for that reason. It gave me the sense that Clark is his own man now, who will listen to others, but no longer be unduly swayed by them. I think he finally realizes that he is truly unique among men, and that it is impossible for anyone else to fully appreciate what he faces everyday, much less decide or dictate what he should do.

I think another important realisation for him is seeing how happy Lois was at the chance to help the Blur, regardless of the risk it put her in. It's part of his growth that he has to let those around him live their lives and not try to wrap them up in cotton wool.

I wonder if TPTB are afraid of this epiphany for Clark because it would remove the last remaining barrier to Clark revealing himself to Lois, and it seems they don't want to go there. I saw someone speculate that if the show gets a S10, they will have Clark tell Lois his secret as part of the 200th episode (episode 4 of S10). I think that's a great idea.
jeannev From: jeannev Date: October 7th, 2009 11:01 pm (UTC) (Link)
I always love reading your reviews. Such a way with words.

Most everything I agree with. Though I might be a bit more sympathetic to where Chloe is coming from. As I said in my own review, I believe it does appear to be personal with Clark cutting her off. And unless Clark really verbalizes that he's deeply troubled by what she did last season, and is having trust issues, I'm not even sure if the show wants to believe this is the case. I feel like its a very muddled situation. I do, however, think Tom and Allison are trying their best with it. I think I finally really understand that quote from Tom in the TV Guide interview, where he said they weren't even sure where the character stand, but they're are working together with mutual respect.

Like you, I prefer the Lois/Clark interactions to the Lois/Blur interactions. I've never been a triangle for two fan, and I'm not really being sucked in with the fangurling, and the phone calls. Maybe I'm just too cynical? Possibly. I guess the biggest thing for me is that I just prefer Clark and Lois interacting as Clark and Lois. I find it more interesting.

And I want one of those Daily Planet keychains too!!
duskwillow From: duskwillow Date: October 8th, 2009 12:37 am (UTC) (Link)

pt.1

Fantastic review!
I just kept nodding along. :D

It was just one of several crises that could have been avoided if Clark had been where he belongs at the Daily Planet, and I loved all the little ways the show kept reminding us of that.

So glad someone else mentioned this! I think it's quite neat how they established that in this episode.

After reflecting on everything that had happened since he decided to walk away from his former life, including the bitter accusations John Corben hurled at him, Clark concluded that he had taken the easy way out.

I don't think it was necessary easy as much as wrong for Clark. Jor-El, or the way FoS AI is programmed is trying to train Clark as a Kryptonian. But after being raised by the Kents there's more to Clark than just his kryptonian heritage, he's also human. He has our morals, and he can't lock his emotions away, which is why when Lois came back he realized he's lonely and started calling her.
If anything, I think leaving everything and everyone he loves behind (his family, friends, job, his whole life), just so he could train and become better at his savior job (so things like Jimmy ending up dead probably wouldn't happen again?) was harder on him. I'm so happy he realized he can't just ignore that part of himself, the human upbringing, because that's as much a part of him as his alien DNA. Yay for our boy man standing up to Jor-El and deciding what is best for him.

I'll join you in drawing sparkly hearts around that last Clois scene. ♥

Lois can worship her larger-than-life hero all she wants, but for Clark's sake, I hope she saves her heart for the man. He deserves nothing less.

I'd like to see her love both actually. I think it would establish why she is the one for him, because she would fall for whole of him, both sides. Every other person who learned his secret found out after they already knew Clark. But to have someone accept him so fully without knowing that it's one of their friends/someone they already love, that shows complete acceptance. They just need to establish she would never treat The Blur differently, or Clark differently after finding out the truth. Lana couldn't handle it, Chloe couldn't, Pete couldn't - it was too much for them in some way, or they started seeing Clark differently. They need to establish Lois as the only one, next to The Kents, who loves, accepts and trusts Clark so completely, that she'll be able to be his partner in every way.

That is also why I don't mind Lois being so smitten with The Blur. We already know she has a thing for guys "who want to save the world". But now that The Blur is calling her "just to chat", who knows what they're talking about. She knows she's the only one he calls, and confides in, and feels comfortable enough to turn to when he's lonely. Can't blame her for sensing the connection between them.
But I also do prefer Lois and Clark scenes, there's just more history and emotions there. And bickering! My favourite part. :D
duskwillow From: duskwillow Date: October 8th, 2009 12:38 am (UTC) (Link)

pt.2

Why would they be behind the experimental procedure performed on Corben? Were they seriously contemplating replacing their own hearts with kryptonite, and swapping out various body parts for bionic components, just to get a taste of the powers they expected to have? That seems crazy to me.

Not really. They're all soldiers, and in unknown territory, they'd want to be armed as much as possible. So if they lost their powers, they might as well go for the next best thing, and try to recreate them.

In Emil Hamilton, Alessandro Juliani has created a character who has become an instant favorite of mine.

Yes, yes, yes. He's so good.

According to Google, the phone number in Clark and Lois's booth belongs to a furniture store in Denver.

Mwah! You googled it?! I think I love you!! \o/

With all the many Lois scenes in these past two episodes, I was disappointed one of them wasn't devoted to Lois's reaction to the news of Jimmy's death.

That has been my only letdown this season. :(

This week Clark learned that not only was it emotionally difficult to leave his old life behind, but also that he was incomplete without it. By the end of the episode he realized that Clark Kent isn't dead, but rather that he is the heart of the hero he is fighting to become. When he once again joined Lois at the Daily Planet, quite literally bringing the sunshine back into Smallville, I knew that he had finally decided to listen to one voice above all others: his own. Whatever else lies ahead on the path to his destiny, whatever obstacles are put in his way, that's the voice that will guide him home.

I have so much love for this paragraph!! ♥♥♥

Second and last two caps! *swoons*
Oh show, why so amazingly pretty?
goodvibe From: goodvibe Date: October 8th, 2009 02:32 pm (UTC) (Link)
//When he once again joined Lois at the Daily Planet, quite literally bringing the sunshine back into Smallville, I knew that he had finally decided to listen to one voice above all others: his own. Whatever else lies ahead on the path to his destiny, whatever obstacles are put in his way, that's the voice that will guide him home.//

This is so wonderfully put.

And that last pic of him smiling? Pure, unadulterated Win.

I liked the ep, though I wholeheartedly agree with your sentiments on there wanting more Clark. That said, BAG was awesome, Corben was a compelling villain, Tess was terrific and the final Clois scene was an utter joy to watch.

I do continue to find Chloe quite unsympathetic though, and don't think this was the best written ep for Lois either. Though in the latters case, her concern for Clark and her scene with him there at the end were definitely saving graces.
ophelia_77 From: ophelia_77 Date: October 8th, 2009 07:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
Wonderful review, T!

I watched this episode with four other people who don't regularly watch SMV and I must say their perspective was interesting. Plus, I spent half the episode explaining backstory so I had to rewatch this week (what a hardship, I know!)

I too love that we have Clark back in Clark's life!! Although he may go by a different moniker and wear all black, he doesn't have multiple personalities. He's always Clark. Glad to see him embracing it!

Unfortunately, this means he's defying Jor-el yet again. Note to Clark: that never ends well. You better prepare for a major tantrum from daddy dearest.

Also, I'm not feeling as harshly toward Chloe. IMHO, she's earned the right to be pissed at Clark. He wasn't there for her during the saddest time of her life and when he finally did show up it was just to say adios. She lost everyone at the same time. Lois disappeared. Jimmy was murdered. But, Clark made the choice to abandon her. And I think she is jealous. She's been loyal to Clark forever and he cuts her out of his life so easily but has to return because he can't stay away from Lois. That would hurt. It's how sometimes you're harshest with your family and take them for granted because they're there and have always been there. I think that's how Clark and Chloe are about each other sometimes. Plus, when he left, she had to toughen up. (Maybe that's what the writers were trying to infer by giving her a gun in the premiere.) I'm glad she's giving him a little attitude BUT still staying loyal. I would hate to see a repeat of Season 2 Betrayal!Chloe. Giving him a little hell? OK. Turning against him? Not cool. Of course, none of this excuses her previous poor decisions but I think I can empathize with her. For a little while at least.

All that being said, the most important aspect of the episode was absolutely the Tommy smile at he end!! I paused at the moment of that last screencap you have and just stared at the TV for 10 minutes. Real Tommy smiles make me giddy! :)
el_elle_8 From: el_elle_8 Date: October 9th, 2009 02:31 am (UTC) (Link)
Great review and I agree with you! Surprise, surprise ;)

//A tiny voice inside of me is saying that the showrunners don't think Chloe did anything wrong//

I am not quite sure how they could think this but I agree with your assessment of the situation.

//With all the many Lois scenes in these past two episodes, I was disappointed one of them wasn't devoted to Lois's reaction to the news of Jimmy's death//

I kept waiting for it. I guess we won't get this scene now??

I enjoyed BAG as Metallo and would like to see him come back.

The last scene at the DP with Lois & Clark was also my favourite. I won't admit how many times I have watched it.

Lovely screen caps. The last once is stunning and my favourite from the episode!
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rhubarbtart From: rhubarbtart Date: October 10th, 2009 03:27 am (UTC) (Link)

priorities

Please please please
can someone tell me where I can get
my very own flannel helicopter pajamas?!

; )
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