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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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 »


When Lois is digging up Chloe's grave, no burial vault is seen. All caskets are placed in a burial vault to prevent the ground from caving in around the casket. See more »


[Lana talking to Clark about his future wife - Lois Lane, after their relationship didn't work out]
Lana: It's funny, isn't it? After everything we;ve been through, I thought it would take us longer to get over it.
Clark Kent: Us?
Lana: You and Lois.
Clark Kent: Lois? She's bossy. She's stuck-up, she's rude - I can't stand her.
Lana: The best ones always start that way.
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20 May 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While investigating the disappearance of Chloe Sullivan in the crime scene, Clark Kent and Lois Lane are attacked by men in a helicopter. Lois decides to dig Chloe's grave and finds that there in no corpse in the coffin, and she is attacked by a man with a weird power. Lana Lang returns to Smallville trying to find an explanation for the symbol in her back and saves Lois. Lionel threatens Lex, but he is stabbed by another criminal. Clark and Lois find that General Sam Lane (Michael Ironside) is working with Lex Luthor and together they are protecting Chloe.

The best thing to see in this episode was Lionel Luthor convicted by the jury and sent to prison. Lana Lang and Chloe Sullivan are back to Smallville, and the friendship of Lex and Clark seems to be really over. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Final" ("Final")

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