Together with the meteor shower, two evil super powerful Kryptonians beings, Aethyr and Nam-Ek, arrive in Smallville from a black spaceship looking for Kal-El. Clark Kent is transported with Chloe from the Kawatche caves to the Artic and the Fortress of Solitude is built in the ice from the fully formed Knowledge Crystal. The spirit of Jor-El begins to educate Clark, but when he sees Chloe needing help, Clark stops the class and promises Jor-El to return until the sunset. Chloe discloses to Clark that she knows his secret. Back in Smallville, Lois helps Jonathan to rescue the severely injured Martha from the debris of their house in which Jason Teague was apparently killed by the blast. Lana lures Aethyr and Nam-Ek to the Luther mansion to try to stop them, and Clark arrives just in time to save Lana and trap the Kryptonian criminals in the so-called Phantom Zone, but Jor-El removes his abilities to punish Kal-El for not committing with his promise. Also, the comatose Lionel Luther ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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There is a mention at the end on Sam Loeb, son of the writer-producer of Smallville Jeph Loeb. Loeb's son, Sam, died on June 17, 2005 at the age of 17, after a three-year battle with bone cancer. In 2006, Sam's final work appeared in Superman/Batman #26, which was nearly completed before his death. See more
The Kryptonian symbol that Lionel scratches into the floor is suddenly gone for all other subsequent scenes that take place in the room. See more
How'd you get that frog in your throat?
That's what happens when you get a neck massage form Barbie the Barbarian. Doctor says I shouldn't talk too much.
Oh, gee. That's too bad.
Don't get your hopes up, Smallville. It's not permanent.
Written by Martin Gore
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