Lana Lang visits an elderly and sick man that has been in prison for more than 40 years accused of killing his beloved wife. He shows the picture of the suspect that resembles Clark Kent in an old newspaper and convinces Lana of his innocence. Clark Kent, through flashbacks, revives the passage of the a young stranger, named Joe, who may have been the young Jor-El in 1961 Smallville, and his affair with the old prisoner's wife (with Lana playing the young wife Louise). Clark begins to suspect that someone else may have committed the crime which leads to the corrupt Mayor Tate. Elsewhere, Lex suspects his father of deceiving him of the family past after seeing some of his family references are false. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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She knew what it felt like to really be in love.
It's too bad it couldn't last.
But what if that's not the point. Maybe you have to be grateful for the time that you have together, stop holding on to what could've been.
References Splendor in the Grass
I Only Have Eyes For You
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Performed by The Flamingos See more