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In the middle of the night on the road, a young pregnant woman is going into labor while her husband drives on the road when she suddenly glows and implodes, while the husband stops the car and runs for his life. Lana and Clark are driving a truck along the same road and find a baby in the crater created by the explosion. They take the baby to the hospital, and the Kent family temporarily guards him, who is connected to Clark. Lana and Clark give the name of Evan, and on the next day, he becomes a teenager, precociously aging. The scientists of Lex study the case and conclude that the boy needs a transfusion of the bone marrow of his unknown father, if he can be found, and even then... Clark tries to save Evan. Meanwhile, Genevieve Teague has a meeting with Lionel Luthor and threatens to hurt Lex, in case the missing stone from China is not delivered to her. But Lionel soon turns the tables on Genevieve by poisoning her (the same way he unsuccessfully tried to poison Lex in the ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The Velveteen Rabbit, a children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson is the favourite book of Clark Kent when he was a kid. It chronicles the story of a stuffed rabbit and his quest to become real through the love of his owner. The book was first published in 1922. See more »

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Chloe Sullivan: [after Clark super speeds away behind her back] Go get 'em, speedy.
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Painful to watch
9 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This entire episode felt like some sort of fairy tale written in effort to shove Clark and Lana together yet again. It seemed that someone really wanted some touching scene between the two or either writers were just out to impress the Clark/Lana shippers. Why are we still harping on these two? Please, please, please, give the Clark/Lana story line a break. We've seen more than enough of them. The previous episode with Chloe and Clark being so close was a breathe of fresh air. How many more times and ways are writers doing to drag up the relationship with Clark and Lana. Bury it, because if it ever was alive it's long been dead.

And I get that he was a "special" kid but the scene at the end about how he's changed everyone's lives for good left me eye rolling.

I wish I could at least say there were good performances to make up for the atrocious writing. Kristin Kreuk is the equivalent of nails on a chalkboard. The character of Lana is no better. The only redeeming quality was that the kid that played Evan was pretty adorable.


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