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    Im doing a Smallville Season binge a thon. Things ive noticed from the show

    Since last week ive been doing a marathon watch of seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Smallville. Im going through the last 2 DVD discs of Season 5 at the moment.

    Things ive noticed from watching the show all over again

    -Clark has been seduced multiple times whether from red kryptonite or women that have powers to hypnotize or seduce people. I was watching Season 5's Simone episode and its pretty good. i kind of feel bad for Simone since Lex is using her and ive noticed Lex is being smart by being somewhere else where Simone cant hypnotize him or whatever.

    -ive noticed there are times since season 4 where Lana gets upset over Clark not opening up involving secrets and then the next episode she's all cheery and going out with Clark.

    -you can pretty much do a whole drinking game when Lex is accused of bad science lab stuff gone wrong etc

    -Season 5's Vengeance episode where Clark's father's watch gets stolen. That gal supposed to be the Smallville version of Huntress or whatever?

    -Johnathon's senate campaign run was pretty good before he died. The bald gal that dressed up like Lex got a little creepy and i noticed Lois being the shooter it had that Star Trek VI vibe

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    Quote Originally Posted by urrutiap View Post
    -ive noticed there are times since season 4 where Lana gets upset over Clark not opening up involving secrets and then the next episode she's all cheery and going out with Clark.
    Well, Lana always was portrayed as being rather unstable. She cried in her sleep ("Accelerate"), had pretend conversations with her dead parents ("Pilot"). In "Void", she began using drugs because Clark had broken up with her. Because of her childhood experiences (death of parents, death of best friend Emily Dinsmore), Lana clearly suffered from a fear of abandonment. She's pulled between conflicting instincts. On the one hand, Clark's behavior would result in her saying goodbye and never talk to him again (one noteworthy example being after the events of "Red"). At the same time, saying goodbye to him would mean that she would risk being alone (her biggest fear).

    That gal supposed to be the Smallville version of Huntress or whatever?
    No, she was an adaptation of a DC superhero called Acrata.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acrata

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