When Lana is attacked in her apartment and Jason in his car by an invisible being, everyone believes that Alicia Baker was responsible, except Clark. However after a series of circumstances... See full summary »



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When Lana is attacked in her apartment and Jason in his car by an invisible being, everyone believes that Alicia Baker was responsible, except Clark. However after a series of circumstances, Clark begins to doubt Alicia's innocence to the mysterious attacks. Alicia tells Clark that she'll offer to prove her innocence if Clark reveals his own superpowers, but Clark refuses. So, Alicia secretly shows Chloe the abilities of Clark, expecting people to leave them both alone. But elsewhere, Lois discovers that the real culprit of the attacks is the deranged Tim Westcott who's jealous of Alicia's abilities which leads to him murdering her, and then goes after Clark. Meanwhile, Genevieve Teague arrives back in Smallville and approaches Lex Luthor to get his help to separate her son Jason from Lana. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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2 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Jonathan Kent: What happened to Alicia, it wasn't your fault.
Clark Kent: If I'd have believed her, she wouldn't be dead.
Jonathan Kent: Clark... she was framed. There's... there's no way you could have known that.
Clark Kent: I could have trusted her. Did you know that Alicia wanted me to go the sheriff with her and tell her everything? Alicia thought that if people knew the truth about me and what I can do, they wouldn't be so quick to judge her. But I didn't go. I was too afraid of what people might think. How they would react. But what if she ...
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Alicia's death is not tragic
13 December 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Feeling sorry that someone has died is one thing. However, not every death can be qualified as a tragedy. With that said, a girl that forces the future hero of mankind to elope with her in Las Vegas dies, it's not as sad as a death should be.

Lana is attacked while she is in the shower; everybody, particularly Lana's boyfriend Jason Teague, blames her, and rightfully so, since Alicia takes Lana in the previous episode 'Unsafe.' In addition, Alicia faces trouble when a meteor freak jealous of her teleportation power is after her. Clark also suspects that Alicia attacked Lana again, and wants her to turn herself in to the police station. Alicia says she will if they both publicly confess their powers. Clark refuses, for good reasons, and in Alicia's anger she exposes someone to a secret that has gone to great lengths to be kept hidden.

This episode was refreshing compared to the last one. Alicia's despicable acts involving Clark's lives are paid for, while another one of her despicable acts in this episode proves to make for an interesting storyline in upcoming episodes.

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