Jason has the most atrocious nightmare of his life, about Lana leaving him for Clark, catching and separating them in the Kent barn and being stabbed by her. But he doesn't just wake up, but in hospital with symptoms of a continuing nightmare. Soon, many others in Smallville have similar experiences, even Clark, whose superpowers fortunately save him so he can find out the source of the epidemic is a failed experiment on Luthor Corp's fertilizer plant site, where an explosion released a hallucinogen bacteria being developed under a military contract, so he can help Lex deal with it. Meanwhile, Lionel, who had settled in prison, finds himself mysteriously scheduled to be released, which all his means could not achieve when he still desperately wanted to get out. Written by
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The toxin in this episode is very similar to that of the Scarecrow, an infamous Batman villain. See more
Lex removes a vial of antidote from the heating cabinet with his bare fingers immediately after it was heated to 1000 K and injects it. The temperature was shown as cooled from 1,000K to a more manageable 300K. See more
So, popular question of the day: what is Clark Kent's worst nightmare?
When I woke up, everyone that I knew was gone. I was completely alone.
I wish I could say that I'll always be there for you, but somehow I get the feeling that may not be a promise I can keep. You were the only one that came out of it, Clark, and I don't think it's because you've been taking your vitamins.
Look, you know what? You don't have to tell me. I know that I gave you my word that I was going to ...
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