Smallville: Season 4, Episode 2

Gone (29 Sep. 2004)

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The mystery surrounding Chloe's death deepens as Clark and Lois investigate, discovering that Lex Luthor and Lois' abrasive and militarist father, U.S. Army General Sam Lane, are somehow ... See full summary »



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Trent MacGowen (as James Bell)
Prisoner (as James Michalopoulos)


The mystery surrounding Chloe's death deepens as Clark and Lois investigate, discovering that Lex Luthor and Lois' abrasive and militarist father, U.S. Army General Sam Lane, are somehow involved. Meanwhile, Lana returns to Smallville after finding out that the symbol that appeared on her back in Paris is also on the cave wall. In prison, Lionel Luthor prepares for his murder trial and sends out a liquid-metal assassin to keep Clark and Lois from investigating Chloe's 'death'. Written by Shiro

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The headline of the newspaper that Jonathan Kent reads at the end of the episode can be distinguished as written by Perry White. See more »


Lex continually says his Jet was at 20,000 feet when the door got torn off, but when he is talking with he NTSB agent the screen in the background says the Jet was at around 45,000 feet. See more »


Lois Lane: I don't understand what the big deal is here. We just took a shower.
Clark Kent: [emphasizing the plural] Showers! We took separate showers.
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References Superman: The Last Son of Krypton: Part II (1996) See more »


She Will Be Loved
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Written by Adam Levine and James Valentine
Performed by Maroon 5
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The Search for Chloe
4 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clark, after x-raying Chloe's grave, is convinced that Chloe is not dead, and with Chloe's cousin Lois is on the search for her in this fairly decent episode.

Clark and Lois go to the exploded house where Chloe and her father were when they are attacked by a U.S. military helicopters and two troops. They have trouble finding where she is until Lois' father Sam, an army general, arrives to tell them that he and Lex Luthor are protecting Chloe and her father from Lionel, keeping them hidden where Lionel's hired assassin, a meteor freak who can extend his hands into metal weapons, cannot find them.

This episode makes you wonder where Chloe's father is when Clark and Lois find her, but ultimately this plot continuity does not matter. It was not surprising that Lois and Clark find Chloe; the real surprise lies at the end of "Crusade" when Clark sees no body in Chloe's coffin.

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