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Along the dispute of an election of the president in Smallville High School, candidate Paul Chan is severely injured by a swarm of bees. Pete decides to promote Clark Kent as the substituted for the spot. When the other aspirant schoolmate, Felice Chandler, is also attacked by bees, Clark believes that last competitor, Sasha Woodman, who has the meteor-rock ability to control bees, is behind the attacks. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor is threatened by an opportunist and ambitious reporter from Metropolis, named Carrie Castle, over some dark secrets of his that she's investigating. Also, The Talon, the thematic coffee shop where Lana works is completely empty, losing clients to the competition and with the threat of closing the doors which makes Clark turn to Lex to ask for help to keep it open for Lana's sake. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Pete says he is "more the power behind the throne, the guy behind the guy". When Lex Luthor was elected POTUS in the comics, Pete Ross became Vice-President of the United States and briefly the President himself, following Luthor's impeachment. See more »

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In the intro to the final scene, the top half of the loft doors and the bottom half are closed with no light fixture underneath. At end of the scene, during the pullout, both the top half and the bottom half of the doors are open and a blue light fixture appears underneath. See more »

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Chloe Sullivan: What do you stand for?
Clark Kent: I stand for truth, justice, and some other stuff.
Chloe Sullivan: I think the man of tomorrow needs to get a platform for today.
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If There's Love
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A Hazardous Election
8 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Along the dispute of an election of the president in Smallville high school, the candidate Paul Chan (Simon Wang) is hurt by a swarm of bees. Pete Ross decides to promote Clark Kent as the substituted for the spot. When the other aspirant schoolmate Felice Chandler (Chelan Simmons) is also attacked by bees, Clark believes that last competitor, Sasha Woodman (Shonda Farr), is behind the attacks. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor is threatened by an opportunist and ambitious reporter from Metropolis, Carrie Castle (Marguerite Moreau), and the thematic bar of Lana Lang is completely empty, losing clients to the competition and with the menace of closing the doors.

"Drone" is another excellent episode of "Smallville". The story has a good message about the formation of a personality and character of men of the future. Lex Luthor again has the best lines, giving great advices to Clark and Lana, and the actress Marguerite Moreau is extremely sexy and well-dressed. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "A Eleição" ("The Election")


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