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Smallville 8.05 - Committed - I worship at the television altar
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Smallville 8.05 - Committed
I find it fascinating that Smallville, a show whose online fandom is fraught with shipper tensions, chose to devote an entire episode to telling us who is and isn't in love with whom. We looked at three different couples this week, and each one had something new and possibly surprising to show us. The question is, is everyone telling the truth in Committed? Whom do you believe?

The episode started out focused on Chloe and Jimmy, although another couple soon became much more interesting to me. Kidnapped by a crazy jeweler, they were hooked up to a makeshift lie detector and forced to tell the truth or subject the other to a slightly less lethal version of the electric chair. And what we saw was Chloe state unequivocally that she loves Jimmy, and only Jimmy, forever. I guess that closes the book on romantic Chlark, once and for all. Unless, of course, you think she used her Brainiac-enhanced brain to somehow fool the lie detector. If you believe that, then I guess all bets are off. But me? I'm taking Chloe's words at face value.

I think the show has been trying to tell us that Chloe is over Clark for quite some time now, in spite of a few mixed signals along the way, and the message has never been less ambiguous than it was this week. Like it or not, the Chimmy is here to stay. And they must be wearing me down, because I didn't roll my eyes or yell at my TV once during the Chimmy scenes in Committed. That's definitely progress! At least Jimmy himself acknowledged that there is no way a girl like Chloe should be with a guy like him, but obviously she sees something in him the rest of us don't, because our girl seems to be smitten.

Clark and Lois joined forces to find the missing couple, and once again I thoroughly enjoyed every one of their scenes together. I find myself charmed by Erica Durance's portrayal of Lois as a woman who is passionate, ambitious, fiercely loyal, and recklessly brave, and who also has a few foibles that make her all too human, and very relatable. I cringed at Lois's drunken toast at the engagement party, but forgave her when I saw how dismayed she was once she sobered up. Liquid courage has made me less than tactful on occasion, too. Besides, she said what we've been yelling from the online rooftops all along! Come to think of it, that may have been the point. Anyway, Lois has some traits that would drive me crazy in RL, but what saves her for me is her vulnerability and her tender heart. And I think Erica especially excels at showing us that side of Lois. I'm glad she's been given more chances to do so in S8.

The big news in Committed was that Lois loves Clark. We got a hint of her feelings when we heard the hilarious message she left after she drunk dialed Chloe the night of the engagement party, but the true confession came when she was at the mercy of the kidnapper, and had to answer his question honestly or see Clark shocked with electricity again, perhaps fatally. I think she was as stunned as the rest of us to hear her one-word answer spoken out loud, and even though she later pretended it was all a ruse, Clark has already seen her in a whole new light. I don't think he knows exactly how he feels about Lois, but he's definitely thinking about it now. We continue to rush right along this season, but so far I'm still okay with it.

I prefer, however, that they keep things light between Clark and Lois. I love the banter between them. "And throw in a Shirley Temple for the lady!" *snerk* It's funny, it's snarky, and Clark gives as good as he gets. This episode made me laugh out loud, but even more, it made me smile. Big, idiotic, happy smiles. My show is actually fun to watch! And compared to some of the depressing episodes last season, and that awful feeling I used to get that Clark would never escape his dysfunctional relationship with Lana and embrace his destiny, it seems almost too good to be true. But I'm beginning to let my guard down and trust in it all the same. Clark finally has some balance. He's serious, and determined, and heroic, but he's also adorable, and funny, and devastatingly handsome and sexy. He is, in a word, perfect. Thank you, show!

But of course I reserve my greatest thanks for Tom Welling, for his performance this week and every week. His acting has never been more natural, or his demeanor more relaxed. He seems to make every acting choice with confidence, and an ease I've never seen before. He plays Clark with a wealth of nuance, every look and action rich with emotion, or humor, or depth of character. I know I'm gushing, but it is just a tremendous pleasure to watch him this season. Not to mention the off-the-charts pretty he brings (did you see the purple shirt?!), served up this week with a generous side order of ARMS!

The third couple we saw in Committed was Oliver and Tess. I'm not sure what's up with our blond billionaire, but he seems to be trying to recapture what he once had with the woman he calls Mercy. Tess is clearly still angry and hurt over what passed between them, but that doesn't stop her from falling into bed with him. For which I have to thank her, since it gave us another lovely shot of Oliver shirtless, this time with bonus naked back. :) Tess says it's purely physical, but I don't know if I believe her. The look in her eyes hinted at something a little more complicated. In any case, their involvement should prove very interesting if Tess's secret team of meteor freaks ever comes up against Oliver's Justice League.

I had so many favorite moments in this episode, I have to mention at least a few. Clark at the engagement party, making that lovely toast with such sincerity, and looking at Chloe with total BFF love. Clark and Lois at the farm the morning after. I loved that whole scene. When Clark said, "Don't worry, you got dressed all by yourself. In the middle of the kitchen, for like an hour," something about the way Tom delivered that line, and the visual image it gave me, made me laugh. :) Clark, Lois, and Oliver in the jewelry store! All three actors were delightful, truly, but Justin Hartley was my favorite. And it was funny enough even if you didn't read anything into it, but it was steeped in subtext that made the whole thing hilarious. And I have to make special mention of Allison Mack's acting throughout the episode. She always blows me away.

I also liked how Clark rushed to Lois's rescue, reducing the door to splinters in the process. Very cool. I was gratified that he tried to reason with the bad guy before even attempting to escape. And I loved his reaction when Lois made her anguished confession, first steeling himself for unendurable pain, then looking around in confusion when the shock he expected never came, and finally, as comprehension dawned, looking straight into Lois's eyes, stunned. Awesome. In the final scene of the episode, I adored Clark's sweet compassion for Lois when they met up in front of the elevator at the DP, and he gently invited her to join him inside. Awww. Who could resist that face? And how funny was it when he gallantly offered her an out to save face, and she grabbed it and ran with it, leaving him uncertain all over again? Oh, Clark, baby, you're so naive! LOL!

Random thoughts: Did Tom really lift Erica down off that stool so effortlessly, or was that some kind of special effect? Because if he did? Wow. Chloe looked beautiful in her short trench coat, and Jimmy looked cute in his bow tie. And he finally gave her a real engagement ring! Have you noticed how much Clark puts his hands in his pockets lately? I have a thing for that, along with rolled-up shirt sleeves. Yum. Tess has an endless supply of female minions. Pumpkin? Muffin? hee! When Clark was walking down the street in THRJ, he looked just like my action figure. :) And why did they feel the need to put Erica on an apple box for the elevator scene? That just looked dumb.

This was a fun episode, with a good mix of action, humor, and emotion. Nothing about it drove me crazy, and there were a number of scenes I could watch again and again. It had a nice balance of characters, with a good focus on Clark, and it advanced everyone's storyline a little bit. And everyone looked gorgeous, especially Tom. We're halfway through the first arc of episodes for this season, and I'm already dreading the hiatus to come at the end of November. Is anyone else loving this show as much as I am right now?

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ivorykiss From: ivorykiss Date: October 21st, 2008 06:46 am (UTC) (Link)
You back?! Or be ninja posting? *g*

I'm happy that you are enjoying the direction the show seems to be taking, and whether I agree with them or not, I love reading your thoughts and impressions.

To me, Chloe is not Chloe. I think she is controlled by Brainiac, so anything she says or does is suspect. I think keeping Chloe and Clark separated would be his priority until he can manifest himself somehow. What better way to distance Clark and himself as Chloe from each other than to tie her to a weaker man?

The Ollie-Tess storyline is interesting and I wouldn't mind seeing more of their interaction as long as it doesn't take away from Clark story lines. And while a lot of people seem to think Clark calling Lois 'muffin' was cute at the jewelers, I was instantly reminded of Lex calling her a 'muffin peddler' and so it seemed more of a writers doing backhanded insult than any cutesy stuff.

But the most important stuff! Hee! Tom was wonderful to watch! The man is too gorgeous for words. *swoon* And Booboo!Clarky strapped to the chair. *dies* *psst... I haz that super bicep flexing scene as a gif if you wants*

*smishes*
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 21st, 2008 07:05 am (UTC) (Link)
I'm posting from my hotel room. I finally got moved to a room with working internet after four days! I haven't had time to do more than post this review, and I really have to get to bed. My day starts early tomorrow!

Of course I want the gif!! *makes grabby hands* Could you even believe those arms?

I do think Chloe has been OOC over the past few episodes, and I've wondered about the Brainiac thing, too. Obviously he wouldn't want Clark around to notice she's not herself, and Jimmy is the perfect excuse to keep him at arm's length. Interesting.

It means the world to me that you would bother to read and comment on my review, knowing that the show is such a disappointment to you right now. Thanks! *hugs*

And oh, my, look at that icon! *thud*
hils From: hils Date: October 21st, 2008 07:56 am (UTC) (Link)
This is definitely the best review I've read for this episode. You've pretty much said what I said but you expressed it so much more eloquently.

The Lois and Clark stuff definitely made this episode for me. When it started I thought I was going to hate it but I kind of loved it
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 24th, 2008 07:54 am (UTC) (Link)
Awww, thank you! That means the world to me! I really did enjoy the episode.

I think the reason I like the funny Clark and Lois scenes so much is that both actors seem so happy and relaxed in them. It looks like they're having a blast, and I can't help but smile as I watch them.
jude_judith82 From: jude_judith82 Date: October 21st, 2008 12:20 pm (UTC) (Link)
Yay your back. I have to get going to work. I'll have a better comment later.
starry_dawn From: starry_dawn Date: October 21st, 2008 12:37 pm (UTC) (Link)
How do you read my brain every single freakin' time, woman? Okay, so there was that one time last week where you enjoyed an episode more than I did, but now here we are again, sharing thoughts. ♥

I agree with EVERYTHING you said in this recap. I know it sounds redundant, but if I had the time to write out a review, it would look just like this. Only a lot less calm and controlled and a lot more flaily. Still, this. Everything. The effortless lifting. Chimmy actually being not-so-nauseating. Lois and Clark. The purple shirt \o/. That our show is finally "fun". Pumpkin. Muffin. EVERYTHING! Oh, T. Never ever leave me! *hugs tight*
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 24th, 2008 08:02 am (UTC) (Link)
You know I thought of you when I saw that shirt! Puuuuurple! \o/

I'm so glad you enjoyed this one, too! I just loved it. I always look forward to each new episode, but I haven't been this bouncy about it in a long time! :) This truly is shaping up to be my favorite season ever.

Leave you? Never. *smishes you*
carolandtom From: carolandtom Date: October 21st, 2008 01:14 pm (UTC) (Link)
But of course I reserve my greatest thanks for Tom Welling, for his performance this week and every week. His acting has never been more natural, or his demeanor more relaxed. He seems to make every acting choice with confidence, and an ease I've never seen before. He plays Clark with a wealth of nuance, every look and action rich with emotion, or humor, or depth of character. I know I'm gushing, but it is just a tremendous pleasure to watch him this season. Not to mention the off-the-charts pretty he brings (did you see the purple shirt?!), served up this week with a generous side order of ARMS!

Wise words!

Great review. It was a fun episode to watch. I don't care about the Chimmy though I agree it was a bit more tolerable this week. I don't care about the Tess/Oliver stuff at all but at least we had lots of wonderful Clark!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 24th, 2008 08:05 am (UTC) (Link)
Thanks, Carol! I couldn't agree more that it was just plain fun to watch this episode, and of course for me that's all about what Tom continues to give us. What a guy!
drusplace From: drusplace Date: October 21st, 2008 01:26 pm (UTC) (Link)
Awesome reveiw. Sadly the whole, Evil Jeweler killed this ep for me. It was just a bad Bad Guy. Otherwise I think I would have enjoyed it more. Tom is doing wonderfully this season. And I am so now shipping Ollie/Tess.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 24th, 2008 08:09 am (UTC) (Link)
Tom dazzles me so much, I barely register the rest of the episode the first time I watch! LOL! I honestly think he's doing his best work ever this season. How I wish Michael could have been a part of it all as well.
simplytoopretty From: simplytoopretty Date: October 21st, 2008 01:32 pm (UTC) (Link)
I suppose I'm like ivorykiss. Season 8 may be depressing me, but it's nice to read reviews and see the other side of things.

Chloe seems off to me, which I would like to attribute to her being under Brainiac's control. I want that to happen because it eliminates a lot of what I don't like about Chloe so far this season. The Chimmy in particular grates on me and it might grate less if there were less comments about Jimmy being the perfect guy, yada, yada. I don't particularly like Jimmy for numerous reasons and so being told he's the perfect guy for Chloe I just laugh at.

I think the show is rushing Clark and Lois too fast. While I may strongly dislike Clois, I do get that the show is going in that direction. I've read comments about the question "Are you in love" is ambiguous because you can love someone as a friend, but I think it was pretty clear the show meant love in the romantic sense. So I get that Clois is happening; I just want Chloe not to be with Jimmy now. I can live without Chlark (because there's fanfiction) but I sincerely hate the Chimmy.

Tess/Oliver is a pairing I dislike a lot. I don't like it at all. I just want Tess to be evil and uncaring.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 02:35 am (UTC) (Link)
I appreciate so much that you read and comment on my reviews. And I like to see the other side of things, too.

They all continue to sell the Chimmy awfully hard, don't they? It seems to me that if it were truly believable, none of that would be necessary. More than anything else, though, I just find the whole Chimmy storyline boring.

I get what you mean about rushing Clark and Lois. A lot of things are happening awfully fast this season. It's definitely noticeable, but if this is going to be the last season (and I hope it is), I don't mind them making up a little for all the stalling we've seen over the past couple of years. It's tricky, though, and if you're someone who knows about good storytelling, as you do, I imagine it would bother you more.

I think the show meant romantic love, too. I did notice that the bad guy's question to Chloe was about being in love, while his question to Lois was simply, do you love him, but I'm not sure it means anything.
From: seacrystal Date: October 21st, 2008 01:42 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm still flailing over this episode, and reading your review just makes me watch the whole thing again. :D

My show is actually fun to watch!

Can't agree more! The new writer seems to have a very deft handling on all the characterizations, and I love how everyone is just spot on with all their scenes and nuances and all the little details. The dynamics & character interactions are just pure gold, and it continues to showcase Clark in a most amazing manner.

At any rate, I just can't appreciate enough the fact that the show has regained its balance between the humor and the drama, the angst and the lightheartedness. Committed is another wonderful example of that balance for this season so far.

And that jewellery store scene is a hoot! I died just by seeing Ollie's flabbergasted face, you could almost hear him talking in his head I'M SO GETTING PUNKED!

And how funny was it when he gallantly offered her an out to save face, and she grabbed it and ran with it, leaving him uncertain all over again?

I saw it that way too, but I've just came across another poster who viewed it differently: that Clark isn't giving her a complete out, but also trying to see if he could get her to open up. Else he wouldn't have brought up how she didn't manage to beat the machine the first time. Either way, it's just funny that Lois turned the tables back on him without her even realizing it, lol.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 02:52 am (UTC) (Link)
Based on this episode, I love this writer! I wonder if we'll see his name again.

I've just came across another poster who viewed it differently: that Clark isn't giving her a complete out, but also trying to see if he could get her to open up. Else he wouldn't have brought up how she didn't manage to beat the machine the first time.

I didn't see it that way. I think Clark is scared to death she will open up, and then what will he do? :) So he gave her an option to pretend nothing had changed between them. At the same time, though, I think he secretly loved the idea of her loving him, and when she said she beat the machine, he didn't want to let go of that, and therefore challenged her assertion. Which I thought was really sweet. Poor Clark!
chrisluvstommy From: chrisluvstommy Date: October 21st, 2008 01:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
Loved your review. I think I am way to easy when it comes to SV I never expect them to do anything resembling what they should do with each character so I'm never disapointed when they do something *ie all of Season 7 except Apacolypse* I don't like. This year is like a breath of fresh air.. like coming out of a dark tunnel into the light... I agree with some comments on here about Chloe's OOC but this episode I think Chloe was all herself sweet and caring about her cousin and loyal to her man do we really want her any other way. But I don't mean to get into that cause I would never tell someone to give up hope on something they obviously want so badly as for Clois being rushed well I think 4yrs of flirting and bantering is long enough and if this is the last year why not go for the gold besides we do have the unfinished biz of a certian ship sooo we will see. I've never enjoyed an episode more then Committed it was superbly written IMO now as for the pretty *shivers* my my my the man is just stunningly gorgeous he takes my breath away.. and that torture scene those arms!!! My nephew who was over watching was like Whoa Clark's been working out. *laughs* oh yea he has
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 04:36 am (UTC) (Link)
I agree that Chloe wasn't OOC in this episode. She seemed very much herself. Although I still don't get the devotion she shows toward Jimmy, it's not OOC for her to do so. But in the episodes before this one, where she was kind of dismissive toward Clark, and butt heads with him several times, that seemed weird for her. I don't know if she's just changing and becoming more independent, or if maybe Brainiac is affecting her behavior along with her intelligence. Time will tell, I guess.

I also agree that this season is like a breath of fresh air! Although I was impressed with many of S7's episodes, especially when it came to Tom's performance, the season as a whole was dark and at times even depressing. I love the humor and lightheartedness of S8. And of course we're all drunk with the pleasure of the pretty!

I haven't been around much to comment on your posts, but I so appreciate your unrepentant, undiluted love for Tom. I'm right there with you, more than you know! We hardcore Tommy girls need to stick together. *nods*
jeannev From: jeannev Date: October 21st, 2008 02:12 pm (UTC) (Link)
YAY! You loved it! I loved that you loved it, because I loved it! I love that you found time to write a review of it, because I love reading your reviews.

But of course I reserve my greatest thanks for Tom Welling, for his performance this week and every week. His acting has never been more natural, or his demeanor more relaxed. He seems to make every acting choice with confidence, and an ease I've never seen before. He plays Clark with a wealth of nuance, every look and action rich with emotion, or humor, or depth of character.

Must requote for absolute TRUTH. I said in my review that Tom just seems like a very happy actor right now. There is a lightness and sense of fun and play in his acting right now. I really and truly believe that getting the AlMiles monkey off his back has been a major relief for him. I shudder to think of where our Clark would be this season if the gruesome twosome were still in charge. Probably sitting in one outfit, in the loft, starting out and missing Lana. UGH! I feel like I want to send PS3 thank you cards on behalf of Tom and Clark lovers everywhere!

What would SV be without a little, or a lot, of ambiguity? But, for right now, I'm going on the assumption that what we saw in this episode is the direction they are headed, with the twosomes they want. However, I don't think Chimmy is in it for the long haul. I do believe what Chloe is saying about how she feels, but I still think this duo will eventually end this season.

And why did they feel the need to put Erica on an apple box for the elevator scene? That just looked dumb.

I can only assume they were going for a certain camera angle, and they wouldn't be able to get their heads both in the show in the way they wanted unless they gave her a boost. But I thought it looked dumb too.


Edited at 2008-10-21 02:12 pm (UTC)
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 06:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm back (yay!) and catching up. Sorry to take so long to reply!

I'm glad you loved it, too! I completely agree that Tom seems happy, and I hope that is truly the case. I still find myself worrying that they will take it all away, but every week I believe in the permanence of this change a little more. How I wish Tom would do an interview and tell us what he thinks of S8.

However, I don't think Chimmy is in it for the long haul. I do believe what Chloe is saying about how she feels, but I still think this duo will eventually end this season.

I have never thought Chloe and Jimmy could end up together at the end of the series, but when they had Chloe express her love for him so completely in this episode, I didn't know what to think. I even started to fear they were going to kill her off. And I still don't know if any of her behavior is supposed to be attributable to whatever Brainiac left behind. As you say, it wouldn't be Smallville without ambiguity!
goodvibe From: goodvibe Date: October 21st, 2008 02:50 pm (UTC) (Link)
I really enjoyed reading your thoughts on this, and am delighted that you liked the ep. I think, for all its faults, SV is really delivering this season. Its hit a stride, IMO.

I really couldn't agree more about TW/Clark. Both the writing and acting is complimenting each other so well. ED/Lois was superb as well, and their scenes together were relly very good.

I'm not willing to rule out the theory that Chloe is being affected in her decisions somehow by Brainiac. But as of now? I'm personally not getting that vibe at all. But I could be wrong.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 06:59 pm (UTC) (Link)
It's funny, some part of me is always waiting for this show to disappoint me, but so far, any small failings have been far outweighed by the pleasure of watching Clark/Tom.

I didn't think Chloe was OOC in this episode at all, so I believe that she truly loves Jimmy and no one else. When she was arguing with Clark and being dismissive of him in Toxic and Instinct, I thought that might be Brainiac talking, but it could also just be a Chloe who is developing more of a life away from Clark. I just know I didn't like it.
eeyore1017 From: eeyore1017 Date: October 21st, 2008 03:53 pm (UTC) (Link)
Once again, I read your review and I'm thinking, "that's what I was TRYING to say!." Thank you for having a way with words. :-)

! Have you noticed how much Clark puts his hands in his pockets lately? I have a thing for that, along with rolled-up shirt sleeves. Yum.
I second that Yum!

And why did they feel the need to put Erica on an apple box for the elevator scene? That just looked dumb.
As much as I loved the elevator scene, I actually found the whole height thing really distracting.

In conclusion, Tom is awesome! :-)

Edited at 2008-10-21 03:54 pm (UTC)
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 07:17 pm (UTC) (Link)
Awww, thanks for the compliment! I enjoy reading your reviews, too.

I want to do a hands-in-pockets picspam, but I probably won't have time until the hiatus. :( My absolute favorite is when it's combined with leaning:



In conclusion, Tom is awesome!

Agreed! :D
jude_judith82 From: jude_judith82 Date: October 21st, 2008 10:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
Great review as always.

My show is actually fun to watch! And compared to some of the depressing episodes last season, and that awful feeling I used to get that Clark would never escape his dysfunctional relationship with Lana and embrace his destiny, it seems almost too good to be true. But I'm beginning to let my guard down and trust in it all the same. Clark finally has some balance. He's serious, and determined, and heroic, but he's also adorable, and funny, and devastatingly handsome and sexy. He is, in a word, perfect. Thank you, show!

Hallelujah!


We're halfway through the first arc of episodes for this season, and I'm already dreading the hiatus to come at the end of November. Is anyone else loving this show as much as I am right now?


I'm staying optimistic because yeah every week I can't wait to watch and I'm extremely happy. So gush away!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 07:28 pm (UTC) (Link)
I'm staying optimistic because yeah every week I can't wait to watch and I'm extremely happy.

This is how I feel, too. Who knew this show could actually get better this late in the game? I still think S8 should be the last, but I'm going to miss it terribly when it's gone, and I have high hopes for a fitting end to the series.
luvmax1 From: luvmax1 Date: October 23rd, 2008 04:49 pm (UTC) (Link)
I enjoyed the episode quite a bit. A columnist on Zap2It mentioned that Lois and Clark were her favorite couple, and that Clark's face just lights up when he smiles at her.

By the way, I'm here via Kellie, aka stoodupforlove and Carol, aka carolandtom. They say you love Tommy as much as I do, and we'd be great friends. I hope so!
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 07:49 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hi! *waves* I'm sorry, I've been out of town with limited internet access. I'm always happy to meet another Tommy fangirl! I'm adding you back now. :)
theclexfactor From: theclexfactor Date: October 25th, 2008 12:57 pm (UTC) (Link)
Is anyone else loving this show as much as I am right now?

YES! Like you I look forward to every episode now. I like having this confidence that Clark is going to be smart and proactive; I love every time he and Lois are onscreen together. I've watched this episode at least 6 times now and I think I can honestly say that, as much as I love Exile, Phoenix, and Crusade, that this has become my favorite SV episode.

I also love that I'm liking het again. I haven't since Cordelia/Angel and it feels good.
tariel22 From: tariel22 Date: October 25th, 2008 08:46 pm (UTC) (Link)
Hi! It truly was a wonderful episode. I've watched it over and over as well, and it just makes me happy. :) I especially liked that it had a little bit of everything: humor, drama, romance, heroics, special effects, and warm fuzzies. And tons of pretty!

I totally know what you mean. Clark and Lois are just so much fun together! Although I was getting a major Clollie vibe from that jewelry store scene, and loving every second of it! :)
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