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Smallville “Prophecy” 

Well…didn’t see that coming… In the penultimate episode “Prophecy” Clark takes Lois to the fortress to get Jor-El’s approval of their marriage and he bestows Clark’s powers on her for a day. Meanwhile, Oliver and a returning Supergirl have to find the bow of Orion, the only known weapon that…

Smallville “Dominion” 

When I was a kid, there was only one part of Superman: The Movie that scared the crap out of me. Towards the beginning of the film we see three Kryptonian villains getting banished inside of a glass prism screaming to be released. Of course these villains were being trapped…

It Was So Good To See You (Week of April 25th) 

There weren’t quite as many familiar faces on TV this past week, but the ones that did pop up on some of my favorite shows were pretty terrific. Let’s start with actor Ned Vaughn appearing in the April 25 episode of The Event as the primary doctor treating the President…

Smallville “Booster” 

Who do you call when you need help? The Justice League? The Blur? The Ghostbusters? Fear not…there’s a new hero in town and his name is Booster Gold. In “Booster,” a new hero comes to Metropolis in the form of Booster Gold, an egotistical sell-out who’s more interested in becoming…

Smallville “Kent” 

Finally, we’re back and ladies and gentlemen, this is the beginning of the end (I hate myself right now for using one of the most overused movie poster taglines of all time). In this week’s episode aptly titled “Kent,” Clark and his alternate universe self wife-swap into each other’s world….

It Was So Good To See You (Week of March 7th) 

The guest stars this past week on some of my favorite TV shows were, once again, included some familiar faces especially to those who enjoy sci-fi programming and a certain show about escaping from a prison. First, there was actor Christopher Jacot, who appeared in the season finale of White…

Smallville “Scion” 

I remember a time when Smallvillewas a simple show. At it’s heart were the Kents, a down to earth family unit and the Luthors, a fractured combination of a power-crazed father and son. A lot has changed since the first few seasons.  Characters have come and gone, new superheroes and…