Smallville: Season 3, Episode 8

Shattered (19 Nov. 2003)

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While Lex continues to investigate the dark past of his father, he meets Morgan Edge with a new face after plastic surgery, and collects evidence to send Lionel Luthor to prison for the ... See full summary »

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While Lex continues to investigate the dark past of his father, he meets Morgan Edge with a new face after plastic surgery, and collects evidence to send Lionel Luthor to prison for the murder of his parents. However, a hit man tries to kill Lex in the mansion, but he escapes to Kent Farm. Clark goes to the mansion to retrieve the evidence against Lionel from the safe and finds that there is no hint of the claimed attempt against Lex's life. When Lionel goes to the Kent Farm and tells that Lex is paranoid and delusional over the death of Lex's infant brother years ago, Jonathan and Martha question his sanity. Clark decides to investigate deeper to see if his friend is delusional or there is an evil plot against him. As it turns out, the answer is literally... both. Although Morgan Edge is indeed alive and after both Lex and Clark, Lex's paranoia is real, which leads to him injuring Lana after he suspects her to be a part of the conspiracy against him. Clark then tries to stop Lex from... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Lana pours Lex a cup of chamomile tea from a Thermos, however the cap is still on the Thermos, despite the sound of liquid being poured. When Lana moves the Thermos, the red dot on top of the plastic cap can be seen. See more »

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Lionel Luthor: Lex, how'd you get in here?
Lex Luthor: Well when you have a gun in your hand and people think you're crazy they kinda do what you want!
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Delusion or Reality?
8 May 2006 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Lex Luthor is investigating the dark past of his father. He meets Morgan Edge (Patrick Bergin) with a new face after a plastic surgery, and collects evidences to send Lionel Luthor to prison. However, a hit man tries to kill Lex in the mansion, but he escapes to Kent Farm. Clark goes to the mansion to retrieve the evidences from the safe and finds that life is normal and there is no hint of the claimed attempt against Lex's live. When Lionel goes to the Kent Farm and tells that Lex Luthor is paranoid, Jonathan and Martha Kent question his sanity. Clark decides to investigate deeper to see if his friend is delusional or there is an evil plot against him.

"Shattered" is a good episode of "Smallville", but could be better. The conclusion of Lana Lang that being close to Clark Kent is dangerous is simply awful. I am really upset with the relationship of Clark and Lana in this Third Season, since the writer seems to be lost, using the most ridiculous motives to keep them apart. I miss the character of Whitney in this series, because at least there was coherence in the relationship of Clark and Lana. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "Surto" ("Break")


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