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Smallville: Brian Peterson talks to TVGuide.com
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jeannev From: jeannev Date: April 15th, 2010 09:20 pm (UTC) (Link)
If this season of Smallville has taught Clark Kent (Tom Welling) anything, it's that he needs to work in tandem with the Justice League or suffer serious consequences.

But lets just ignore that when Clark TRIED to work with the Justice League at the end of last season, they stabbed him in the back. LITERALLY! But no, its bad, bad Clark for not working with them.

So, we start this interview off with a major crock of shit.

Clark has even more tough lessons to learn before the season ends.

OF COURSE he does. Same ol', same ol'

Peterson says Clark will find redemption

For what does he need to be redeemed?

and finally step into a leadership position in the Season 9 finale.

Well, Chloe must be off screen, or dead, because I think Clark would have to wrest control from her teeny, tiny grip.

This season has been about Clark exploring an identity as Clark Kent and a very separate identity as this cold, saving Kryptonian. That will propel us into the next season, where he has evolved out of that. He's been in his Kryptonian cocoon, and he will evolve out of that into the hero we all recognize.

He has? Am I the only person who hasn't been getting this impression from the show? At all?

For everybody who goes out to be a hero for good, you have to struggle with the darkness before you really can come out the other side of it.

Well, not Clark Kent. Not usually. I think Peterson is mistaking Superman with Batman again.

In this week's episode, she's definitely held accountable for it. It absolutely comes to a head in Episode 20, in "Sacrifice." That's where everything comes home to roost for Chloe's actions this year.

Might I suggest no one holding their breath...just in case.

Peterson: There are some members of the Justice League and Justice Society that make cameo appearances. It's really Clark's moment to shine and take the leadership that we saw a glimmer of in "Absolute Justice."

That sounds good. Now lets see if they deliver.

I think fans will be very happy.

Whenever Souders or Peterson say this, I feel like someone is walking over my grave. Terrifying!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: April 16th, 2010 12:23 am (UTC) (Link)
So, we start this interview off with a major crock of shit.

Absolutely! But aren't those Natalie's words, rather than Brian's? I never know if the intro she writes comes from something else the interview subject said, or her own personal view of the show, but I rarely like it.

Well, Chloe must be off screen, or dead, because I think Clark would have to wrest control from her teeny, tiny grip.

I'm hoping that's exactly what it means. I want her off the screen and off the show. Enough is enough.

He has? Am I the only person who hasn't been getting this impression from the show? At all?

I haven't seen this either. I honestly don't know what the hell he's talking about. The way Clark was with Tess when he needed to save Jor-El and then Lois?

Well, not Clark Kent. Not usually. I think Peterson is mistaking Superman with Batman again.

Hey, I love this show, and I'm glad it's been renewed again, but the ONLY reason for that struggle is to make the series last longer.

Might I suggest no one holding their breath...just in case.

Yeah, I'm pretty cynical about that one myself. :P

Whenever Souders or Peterson say this, I feel like someone is walking over my grave. Terrifying!

I know! Like they have any idea what would make a Clark fan happy!
jeannev From: jeannev Date: April 16th, 2010 12:32 am (UTC) (Link)
I haven't seen this either. I honestly don't know what the hell he's talking about. The way Clark was with Tess when he needed to save Jor-El and then Lois?

Oh, good, because I thought I was missing something obvious.

I guess thats the Clark story thats been happening in Offscreensville somewhere.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: April 16th, 2010 01:06 am (UTC) (Link)
I do wonder what show the producers and writers are watching. Al Septien's tweets explaining various unsolved mysteries on the show have been awesome, but I can't tell you how many times I've been surprised by what he has to say.
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