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Smallville 9x20 - Sacrifice
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jwm_rocks From: jwm_rocks Date: May 6th, 2010 02:39 pm (UTC) (Link)
My theory? This whole Zod situation was cooked up by Jor-El in the first place, as the ultimate trial for Clark. I think it has his twisted fingerprints all over it, putting Clark in an impossible situation that torments as much as it teaches, and with no regard for the human lives that may be lost for the sake of the lesson. He was the voice who called to Tess, and convinced her to set the Kandorians free. What? That's my fanwank, and I'm sticking to it. :)
I wouldn't be surprised. Unfortunately. If I had the AI's address I'd send it a "Universe's Worst Dad" mug.

Having Stuart return as a Checkmate agent was a cool twist.
It was nice to see Stu again. Wasn't so nice to see him in psycho mode. While I wouldn't want to have him as a regular cast member I do think he'd be a perfect recurring baddie next season.

Random thoughts: I didn't realize Chloe's cover was still the Isis Foundation. At least that explains what Lois thinks she does for a living.
I wasn't sure if it was referring to to Isis as much as an indication Chloe had set up her own non-profit front for Watchtower just as Lana had done when she needed a cover for her shenanigans. If not for the mention of Isis from Legion I would have assumed that foundation to have been completely dismantled by now. I don't see Chloe the least bit interested in continuing the work of rehabilitating the meteor infected at this point her her life. But either way it would help keep Lois out of Chloe's business. And it's healthier than chloroform too. ;)

Please, Smallville, give Clark the finale he deserves, and make these last two episodes a celebration of all that is great and good about this man we love so much. I don't want to spend my summer mad at you.
Amen!

There were a lot of shadows and darkness in this episode
No kidding! I'm getting tired of the darkneess, literally and figuratively! SV bring on the light in season 10 please!

Nice review, thanks for sharing!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: June 8th, 2010 10:35 pm (UTC) (Link)
If I had the AI's address I'd send it a "Universe's Worst Dad" mug.

LOL! No kidding! I resolved after the FoS reboot in Abyss to let go of my anger toward Jor-El, but it hasn't been easy.

While I wouldn't want to have him as a regular cast member I do think he'd be a perfect recurring baddie next season.

That would be cool, especially because he has it in for Tess in such a big way. The actor did a good job of transforming the character after she shattered his life.

I wasn't sure if it was referring to to Isis as much as an indication Chloe had set up her own non-profit front for Watchtower just as Lana had done when she needed a cover for her shenanigans.

That actually makes more sense. At least she has a cover story; I've been wondering why Lois wasn't curious about how she spends her time and pays her bills.

I'm getting tired of the darkneess, literally and figuratively! SV bring on the light in season 10 please!

I think we're all ready for this show to look more like a Superman story, and less like a Batman one.

Thanks so much for your comment! I'm sorry to be so unforgivably late with my reply.
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