When Jason arrives at Lana's apartment at The Talon, they see that is was broken into and wrecked. They discover that the magical stone they took from the Chinese temple is gone. Lana implores Jason to leave it, and concentrate on their romantic relationship instead. But the two meet at Lionel's office, who strongly denies any knowledge of the theft and accuses his son Lex, who makes another innocence-claimant. Meanwhile, the Kent farm gets an uninvited guest's guest: Lois Lane's younger sister Lucy, a violinist who left her fancy Swiss boarding school. The Lane girls start hanging out at Clark's place and at The Talon, where Clark catches Lucy stealing from the till; she says to be in debt with Swiss loan shark Marcus Becker "to afford the lifestyle" of the spoiled brats in her class. Lex knows Becker as member of a major crime syndicate he has business problems with, and offers to help. Becker isn't content to take Lex' money, he kidnaps the sisters to extort more, Clark decides ... Written by
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Peter Wingfield's character is supposedly a bouncer from a German nightclub named "Kronos". Kronos is also the name of a popular villain from Highlander the TV series in which actor Peter Wingfield played a popular anti-hero Methos. Kronos along with Peter Wingfield's character were two of "The Four Horsemen". Kronos represented "War" and Methos represented "Death". See more
As Clark is chasing after the semi-truck with Lois and Lucy in the trailer you can see the Rocky Mountains in the background. Kansas doesn't have mountains. However, Vancouver, where the show is actually shot is home to part of the Canadian Rockies. See more
I know it's last minute, but I've had this school break, and I'm willing to sleep in the barn...
No, that's O.K, Lois can sleep in the barn
Sonata For Violin & Piano In G Major
by Johannes Brahms See more