While visiting his sick mother in the hospital, Tyler Randall is requested to commit euthanasia at her request. The nurse witness the attempt, and the security guard tries to arrest Tyler. He falls from the sixth floor and dies. When the pathologist removes a green stone from the meteor-rock bracelet from his wrist, Tyler returns to life, but he has a lethal touch, turning people to dust by mere touch. He decides to help terminal people to die, becoming "The Reaper". Tyler's path crosses with Clark's when he gets a job as a flower delivery person for invalid people on a 'good Samaritan' run that Clark is volunteering at, in which Tyler targets Whitney's father who's dying from a heart condition. Meanwhile, Lex gets a visit from Dominic Senatori, an associate of his father's, to investigate Lex's financial situation and learns about the investigation into Clark Kent, where he informs Jonathan about Lex's curiosity in Clark and his suspected 'abilities.' Also, Lex tries to help Clark ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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In this episode Lex Luthor (Michael Rosenbaum) uses the term "superman" but he is not referring by any means to Clark Kent and his iconic superhero persona that will develop in the future. Rather, he is referencing a quote from a book while speaking with Jason Connery's character. See more
When Tyler brings Mrs Sikes the flower he is touching it with his bare hands and the flower doesn't turn to dust. See more
Let's be frank, Dominic. My father sent you here to spy on me because he's afraid of how well I'm doing. This was my last chance to prove myself, and he just assumed I'd fail. Now he has to revise his definition of me. I'm not just his screw-up son anymore. Now I'm competition. And my father only knows one way of dealing with competition.
There are some things better left between patient and therapist, Lex.
You know, in ancient Persia, the kings would kill a messenger who brought them news they...
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