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Ian Randall is a mentally unbalanced, overachieving student desperate to succeed who gets a 'C' from his stern shop teacher John Frankle. Ian freaks out, duplicates himself and kills Mr. Frankle. The meteor-rock mutant simultaneously invites Lana and Chloe on a literal 'double date', aiming to get a scholarship from Luthor Corp to Yale by using the girls who know Lex Luther. Meanwhile, Lana moves to Chloe's house to live with her and divorced father after Nell leaves town. Clark tries to advise Lana and Chloe about the personality and ability of Ian, but he is misunderstood. Elsewhere, Jonathan breaks his leg, and Lex Luthor meets Dr. Helen Bryce, who is treating Jonathan where an immediate attraction develops between Lex and Dr. Bryce. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Jonathan Taylor Thomas' character being bad at shop class is ironic given his best known role is on Home Improvement. See more »

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Dams are Government property and you can't just drive across them without passing a checkpoint first. See more »

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Clark Kent: First, you can both stop treating me like the jealous boyfriend... since none of us have actually dated. You wanna be friends, then let's be friends.
Lana Lang: Is that what you really want?
Clark Kent: Yeah. It is.
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Featured in Smallville: Blank (2005) See more »

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I Wish I Cared
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Written by Magne Furuholmen
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© 2000 Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
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Life is Made of Choices and Priorities
24 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

When the excellent student Ian Randall (Jonathan Taylor Thomas) gets a C from his teacher John Frankle (Serge Houde), he freaks out, duplicates himself and kills Frankle. He simultaneously invites Lana Lang and Chloe Sullivan to date, aiming to get a scholarship from Luthor Corp through the girls. Lana moves to Chloe's house to live with her family. Clark Kent tries to advise Lana and Chloe about the personality and ability of Ian, but he is misunderstood. Jonathan Kent breaks his leg, and Lex Luthor meets Dr. Helen Bryce (Emmanuelle Vaugier), who is treating Jonathan. Lana and Chloe promise to each other to keep no more secrets between them.

"Dichotic" is another good episode of Smallville, when Clark becomes upset with Lana Lang and Chloe Sullivan. The story shows that life is made of choices and priorities, being impossible sometimes to get all of them at the same time. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Duplo" ("Double")


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