The CW (ended 2011)
|It looks like fun, I always did like most of the episodes where Kryptonite tampers with Clark's life in one way or another.|
I agree the only eppy I didn't like was with the silver Krpytonite...
|Really? I rather enjoyed that one. (let's face it, it had Brainiac in it) What did you not like about it?|
I have to admit I like Brainiac as well, but the whole illusion thing just gave me the creeps... Those times I was like WTH Lana with Lex? That was soo annoying And I personally hate the episodes/scenes where Clark/Superman (in the justice league as well) shown weak or in delusion, its just my hero picture I don't like seeing vaporized
And I personally hate the episodes/scenes where Clark/Superman (in the justice league as well) shown weak or in delusion, its just my hero picture I don't like seeing vaporized
|Mediocore episode at best; the timing for the episode just felt 'off', as the story seemed chopped and hacked. Lois's cheesy dancing was completely unnecessary and it was a cringeworthy performance, also didn't like the musical score throughout the episode which I usually hardly notice. The only thing particularly noteworthy about this one was Emil's transformation into the prototypical slacker. Despite the corny overtone and overacting that scene was pretty amusing.|
|Anyone wanna explain the ending to me? |
But I agree...AWESOME episode!!
Well, I don't know quite what to make of this episode. In some parts it was very funny (particularly with Lois) but other parts left me totally confused.
Tess Mercer killed Jor-El? On a planet that was light years away? Is (or was) she actually a Kandorian that came to Earth as a nurse wound up on a tropical island watching Oliver Queen learning how to shoot a bow and arrow? And if she was a Kryptonian (as posted above) she should have had the same powers as Clark and his cousin (now a lizard on "V"). So she must have been a Kandorian, or something like that.
Something is out of continuity here.
Did I watch the wrong show or missed some dialogue from a previous show? The fight scene between Tess and Chloe was well done and the stunt doubles deserve a bonus. Tess' method of setting Zod up for her own execution (assisted suicide?) was rather erotic I suppose, but was it necessary? All she had to do was put her satellites into a degenerating orbit and have them burn up over the Pacific Ocean (but to block out the Sun they would have to be in a geo-physical orbit 25,000 miles up and would have taken some time).
I'm not even going to post a score on this ep because I was, and still am, totally confused. So I'm going to go back and calculate the Metacentric height on the Battleship Iowa.