Smallville: Season 2, Episode 3

Duplicity (8 Oct. 2002)

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When Dr. Steven Hamilton, physically sick from repeated exposure to meteor rock radiation, causing constant Parkinson-like twitches, becomes a liability to Lex Luthor, he terminates their ... See full summary »

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When Dr. Steven Hamilton, physically sick from repeated exposure to meteor rock radiation, causing constant Parkinson-like twitches, becomes a liability to Lex Luthor, he terminates their contract. Dr. Hamilton leaves the mansion and drives down the road like a lunatic and causes a serious accident with a truck driven by Ray Wallace. The truck overturns in a cornfield near Clark Kent's spacecraft and, while trying to rescue Ray, Pete Ross sees the UFO. The next morning, Pete asks Clark to help him to bring the object to his workshop. When Dr. Hamilton steals the spacecraft, Pete believes Clark has taken it, so Clark discloses his secret to his friend. Meanwhile, the now blind Lionel Luthor moves into Lex's mansion forcing Lex to care for him. Also, to Lana's dismay, her aunt Nell Potter is in love with a new boyfriend named Dean. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Lex Luthor: I had to get out the manor for a while. It was getting crowded.
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Lex Luthor: My dad takes up a lot of space.
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Disclosing the Secret Powers to a Friend
22 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

When the sick Dr. Steven Hamilton (Joe Morton) becomes a liability to Lex Luthor, he terminates their contract. Dr. Hamilton leaves the mansion and drives through the road like a lunatic and provokes a serious accident with a truck driven by Ray Wallace (Andrew Jackson). The truck capsizes in a cornfield near Clark Kent's spacecraft and Pete Ross sees the UFO trying to rescue Ray. On the next morning, Pete asks Clark to help him to bring the object to his workshop. When Dr. Hamilton steels the spacecraft, Pete believes Clark has stolen and he discloses his secret to his friend. Meanwhile Lionel Luthor moves to Luthor's mansion, and Nell is in love with Dean.

"Duplicity" is another great episode of "Smallville". There are many parallel stories, and the most important is the revelation of Clark to Pete. I am curious to see how Pete Ross will handle the weight of this secret in the next episodes. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "A Revelação" (The Revelation")


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