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Smallville 9x22 - Salvation - I worship at the television altar — LiveJournal
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Smallville 9x22 - Salvation
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tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: June 6th, 2010 03:08 am (UTC) (Link)
This was one of the alltime great Clark Kent episodes.

It absolutely was, and it was glorious! I hope with all my heart that this is what S10 will bring us, now that we're coming to the end, and there is no more need to stall. They have to have seen the overwhelmingly positive response to this episode in the online community, and at least have a clue that the fans really, truly want a hero we can root for and believe in., and who we know will be shown to be right.

I just have to say again, Tom was amazing. And I'm just as impressed as Beeman was that he was working so hard on pre-production for Hellcats at the same time.

I'm also hoping that Clark decides to soften his approach with Tess...just when he shouldn't ;) I think the storyline potential of that is staggering.

Ooh, that would be awesome. I long for the verbal sparring Clark and Tess did in S7, and no more manhandling!

I was disappointed that Oliver had no personal words for Clark.

Because, really, I thought Chloe would be just fine in a world without Clark, because thats how she's acted all season.

Exactly! Oliver never said goodbye to Clark, although I suppose maybe we're supposed to think that happened after the scene at WT ended, and Chloe was pretty much shoving him out the door. They were supposed to be saying goodbye to Clark forever, but it didn't feel like that. It made me wonder if the writers decided not to spend valuable screen time on emotional goodbyes when they figured everyone knew Clark wasn't actually going anywhere.

I'm so thankful Beeman was able to come back for this episode. I'd love to have him back for all of S10, but I understand that would be a backwards step for him. He must be thrilled to be working on a Spielberg project.

I stopped just now to check something in the episode, and ended up watching the entire thing again. I don't think I'll ever get tired of it. I hope Tom knows how great he was.
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