Smallville

Season 3 Episode 11

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 28, 2004 on The CW
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Chloe's life is threatened when Clark and Lana each make an attempt to kill her. However, when neither of them can remember what happened during the attacks, they discover that the two were hypnotized through e-mail messages. Meanwhile, Lana gets closer to Adam.

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    Tom Welling

    Tom Welling

    Clark Kent/Kal-El of Krypton

    Kristin Kreuk

    Kristin Kreuk

    Lana Lang

    Michael Rosenbaum

    Michael Rosenbaum

    Alexander ('Lex') Joseph Luthor

    Allison Mack

    Allison Mack

    Chloe Sullivan

    Sam Jones III

    Sam Jones III

    'Pete' Ross

    Annette O'Toole

    Annette O'Toole

    Martha Clark Kent

    Missy Peregrym

    Missy Peregrym

    Molly Griggs

    Guest Star

    Martin Cummins

    Martin Cummins

    Dr. Lawrence Garner

    Guest Star

    Jim Thorburn

    Jim Thorburn

    Max Taylor

    Guest Star

    Camille Mitchell

    Camille Mitchell

    Sheriff Nancy Adams

    Recurring Role

    Ian Somerhalder

    Ian Somerhalder

    Adam Knight

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Chloe: Blacklisted before I even graduate. That's got to be a record.
        Max: I don't know who you ticked off around here, but you sure ruffled some feathers.
        Chloe: Well, I have enemies in high places.

      • Sheriff Adams: Miss Sullivan, would you care to shed any light on Mr. Kent's version of the incident?
        Chloe: What, you mean the part where I wasn't eating pavement?

      • Sheriff Adams: Well, Mr. Kent, your family sure has its way of going through vehicles.

      • Adam: So you're Clark. Heard a lot about you.
        Clark: Didn't realize there was that much to say.

      • Adam: I was sort of thinking about staying in Smallville.
        Lana: Why?
        Adam: Owww. That hurt.

      • Adam: Arrgh. You're driving me nuts. I can see how strong you are. Then for some stupid reason you retreat into this hurt-little-girl facade. It's ridiculous.
        Lana: This is your way of ending things on better terms?

      • Lex: I'm starting to get a complex. Seems all the women I find even remotely appealing turn out to be psychopaths.
        Molly: Birds of a feather.

      • Lana: So, what do you think?
        Adam: I think Norman Bates would be right at home here.
        Lana: Not exactly the tenant I had in mind.

      • Clark: You went to Lionel because I pushed you away. Seems to be one of my hidden talents lately.
        Chloe: It's not so hidden.

      • Dr. Garner: Lex, you're a smart man. You know that the line has to be bent now and then in order to make progress.
        Lex: I believe there's a difference between bent and broken.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Pete: I guess the Grinch changed his mind.


        Referencing the classic Dr. Seuss story and subsequent television adaptation, How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The Grinch is an unpleasant grouch who hates the holidays, and resolves to steal Christmas. When he steals all of the holiday presents and food but almost loses them over a cliff, his heart "grows three that day" with love and he finds the strength to save them.

      • Adam: I think Norman Bates would be right at home here.


        Referencing the 1960 movie Psycho, which initially chronicles the exploits of a secretary embezzling money from her employer. She hides at an isolated motel owned by Norman Bates, who likes to stuff animals. He claims to have a mother who lives in the house at the top of the hill, but it is eventually revealed that she is a figment of Norman's delusional mind, and he dresses up like her to kill anyone who offends "Mother."

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