The Smallville High cheerleaders are using a kryptonite mixed love potion to seriously change the behavior of their victims.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lionel Luthor (credit only)
Mandy the Cheerleader
Rhonda the Cheerleader
Mary the Cheerleader
Mara the Cheerleader
Jared Keeso ...
Dan Cormay


The Smallville High cheerleaders create a love potion using Kryptonite that makes their football player boyfriends completely infatuated with them. This spells trouble for Clark when Chloe drinks the potion and completely devotes herself to him, and Jason also drinks it and then attempts to kill Clark over his feelings for Lana. Meanwhile, Lex is doing his best to win back Clark's friendship. Written by Shiro

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love potion | jealousy | See All (2) »


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13 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Clark Kent: Look, the cheerleaders are spiking the water cooler at practice. That's why Chloe and the players are acting so weird.
Lois Lane: Nice work, Smallville. You want to know what they're using?
Clark Kent: You actually did some investigative reporting?
Lois Lane: My cousin goes Martha Stewart without the jail time? Yeah, suddenly the power of the press interests me.
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Respect, but to WHOM?
31 August 2012 | by (Cyprus) – See all my reviews

I like this episode for its humor, especially in the heated arguments of Clark and Lois and the transformation of Chloe.

What I really hate about it, though, is the preservation of the whole idea of people being absolutely awful to new members of a team "until they prove their value"... Come on guys... This is what bullying and abuse is all based on. What happened with "give the new guy some space to breath" or "or cut him some slack"? Also, it has a coach actually ordering his team to bully a single member... OK, he may was under the influence, but, still... you don't want to show this on national television like is "the usual practice".. Have some respect for the abused, not the abusers...

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