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Smallville in TV Guide
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tjw_jaypat From: tjw_jaypat Date: April 21st, 2010 08:44 pm (UTC) (Link)
O gosh, this is so sickening... :((((

Quite obviously, everything Clark did this season will be another failure, so that the true heroes of the show, Chloe and Ollie, have to help him out in the final battle. In other words, they are validated and Clark´s approach is wrong.

I think I got an idea of the twisted reasoning of S&P: despite Clark being a total fail again, he will probably do something heroic and appear as the "strong victor" at the end. But this is just superficial sugar coating to please the dumb masses who believe that the hero of the story is the one who wins a big showdown. But in my book Clark would have been the hero if his plan had worked out better, so that he would have had to battle at most Zod and maybe a few others, not the whole bunch of Kandorians. So they will call guys like us nitpickers because we didn´t enjoy the epic battle and Clark´s superficial supermanly appearance because we dared to look beyond appearance and complain about the sad reality of the story... :((
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: April 21st, 2010 09:20 pm (UTC) (Link)
You are so right. And how dumb is that? Superman is so much more than the guy who wins the big fight. The way they've set this up, any victory he has over Zod will just look like Clark having to clean up a mess he himself created, and the blood of anyone who gets hurt in the process will be on his hands.

First, in Pandora, they give us a Clark who walks away from his destiny because the girl he didn't even realize he was crushing on goes missing, and now, one of his best qualities puts the entire planet in danger. What are hell are they doing to our boy?
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