Smallville: Season 2, Episode 7

Lineage (5 Nov. 2002)

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A disturbed middle-aged woman named Rachel Dunleavy arrives in Smallvile claiming that Clark Kent is her biological son with Lionel Luthor, therefore the half-brother of Lex Luthor. She ... See full summary »

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A disturbed middle-aged woman named Rachel Dunleavy arrives in Smallvile claiming that Clark Kent is her biological son with Lionel Luthor, therefore the half-brother of Lex Luthor. She asks for a DNA examination, jeopardizing the Kents knowing that Clark's secret will be revealed. In a flashback, Jonathan reveals more about the day of the 1989 meteor shower and how the Kents met with Lionel Luther who agreed to help forge the papers for Clark's adoption. Menawhile, Lana Lang visits Henry Small trying to find out whether he is her biological father. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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The actor who played Henry Small (Lana Lang's biological father), Patrick Cassidy, played Leslie Luckabie on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993). See more »

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Searching the Origins
23 April 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The disturbed Rachel Dunleavy (Blair Brown) arrives in Smallvile claiming that Clark Kent is her biological son with Lionel Luthor, therefore brother of Lex Luthor. She asks for a DNA examination, jeopardizing the Kent. Meanwhile, Lana Lang visits Henry Small (Patrick Cassidy) trying to find whether he is her biological father.

"Lineage" is another great episode of Smallville, showing a search of the origins of Clark Kent and Lana Lang. In a certain moment, the situation seems to be in a check-mate for the Kent family, but in the end the plot resolves. My vote is nine.

Title (Brazil): "Em Busca das Origens" ("Searching the Origins")


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